Students Learning with Video Projects #EdtechMissions

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In today’s #EdtechMissions chat we shared ideas for learning with video projects. We talked about the importance of storyboarding to plan their projects and learning how to edit. Students also need to learn how to properly remix and attribute Creative Commons content into their projects. In my book, Hacking Digital Learning Strategies: 10 Ways to Launch EdTech Missions, students learn these skills by completing missions to produce a newscast and create a video tutorial. You’ll find templates, handouts, resources, and assessment tools to help with each project. In the book, you can also find an example of this Mission in Action contributed by Jon Samuelson. Below, check out one of the several newscasts produced by the students in his district.

Join us on Twitter every Sunday for the #EdtechMissions chat! We meet from 10amET to 10:30amET (click for more time zones) to share ideas on how to motivate our students to make a meaningful impact on the world with technology. Just add #EdtechMissions to the end of your tweets. If you are new to Twitter chats then check out, A Quick Start Guide to Participating in a Twitter Chat. You can also share your ideas, tips, and resources for this week’s #EdtechMissions chat on Flipgrid, an easy to use video response web tool and app. Click here (code: 04c535) to record your response to this week’s topic, “Learning with Video Projects.” It’s free and takes less than 2 minutes to share! We have 2 guiding questions. How do we ensure students learn valuable skills when producing their videos? What types of video projects promote creativity and innovation? To learn more about mission minded learning and launching digital missions, check out my book, Hacking Digital Learning Strategies: 10 Ways to Launch EdTech Missions!

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