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Production as Plug-in

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Brett Boessen

on 19 August 2014

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Transcript of Production as Plug-in

Production as Plug-in
Using Video Production for Digital Pedagogy
Video Essay
Remix/Mashup
Digital Story
Documentary
How-To
Screencast
Film
Genres
Core Skill Clusters
Recording
Editing
Importing/Exporting/Sharing
Capturing/Ripping
Key Planning Questions
How much
time
in class will I give to this?
How comfortable am I relying on student
self-guided learning
?
How important is it to me that students
learn actively
, by doing?
In-Class Time
Out-of-Class Time
Faculty-Driven Learning
Student-Driven Learning
Scaffolding Assignments
In-Class Workshops
Peer-Learning
Additional Workshops
Faculty-Guided Student Learning
Self-Guided Learning
Active, Hands-on Approaches
A Range of Approaches
Scaffolding Assignments
In-Class Workshops
Peer-Learning
Additional Workshops
Faculty-Guided Student Learning
Self-Guided Learning
Exemplars*
Approaches
Questions
How much
production skill
can I assume students have, and how much will I need to teach them?
How much
will I have to learn
myself?
How will I define
what makes a “competent” video
in my class?
What are the
most effective approaches
?
"Most"
"Some"
"Few to None"
It depends...
but...
“allows students to think about and through forms of visual communication”
source: http://www.archiva.net/hist697ay10/hist697ay10_work.html
source: http://www.jenterysayers.com/wp-content/uploads/2008/09/SIAH_Syllabus_Online.pdf
https://diigo.com/021sd5
source: http://dss.usc.edu/wp-content/uploads/IML-466-syllabus.pdf
sources: http://www.teachingmedia.org/visual-media-assignment/#comments
http://www.teachingmedia.org/author/ldhall/
source: http://sites.middlebury.edu/mediatech10/assignments/remix-video/
source: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1rh7FdsauBY2kVf1PeMvmGV0ZjH2C3buIKOLyxVzz8hk/edit
e.g.
Discussion/Questions
"Teachers'
Digital Stories"
Education course
“lets students practice working with partners/in groups”
“re-presents print materials on a screen”
“meets certain aesthetic criteria that engaging videos should have”
“helps students practice video production skills”
Wanted to help students, but did not want to take class time
No prior knowledge
Wanted more opportunity for Q and A
Previously Presented
source: http://www.teachingmedia.org/production-as-plug-in-considerations-for-teaching-production-skills-in-non-production-courses-2/
Also, "Tech Mentors" http://chronicle.com/blogs/profhacker/deploying-students-as-tech-mentors/22636
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