The use of a video camera, editing and publishing tools represented hope and possibility.
Clay Shirky talks about something fairly radical for a person who is generally seen as an advocate for social media and technology.
Those that follow me on Twitter, Instagram or have heard me speak, might know about my jumping photos.
My recent post and exploring on residents vs visitors makes me think about some of the problems around the conversations about digital citizenship.
During a unconference today in Halifax a group of teachers were discussing and exploring Project Based Learning.
What started out as a lesson on the use of green screen and Chroma key ended up as a Google commercial during last night’s Oscars Ceremony.
I should really change my blog title to include the phrase, “half-baked ideas and thoughts” since that’s essentially what I enjoy most.
The desire for more equity is admirable but in some cases unrealistic and perhaps misguided to a degree.
The process is to create a keynote presentation with all the builds and animations, export it out to iMovie, add your music and voila.
You would think we would learn the way these things work, which is this: 1) everything that’s already in the world when you’re born is just normal;
My last blog post started with this sentence: “Here’s the lastest videos educator’s are jacked about”
We know the power of their voice but I think we do a disservice when we usurp their real voice with ours.
No one denies the need for differentiated instruction but few teachers have adequate training to understand and help all students be successful.