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Let Them Film: Promote Student Ownership in Learning with Video Cameras

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Overview

How would you like to get rid of the packets and worksheets and offer students an interactive way to learn? Would you like to have students participate in the learning conversation, becoming more aware of their goals and challenges? Then join this webinar and discover ways to integrate video cameras into your curriculum. With this simple tool, students can go on grammar hunts, report their science findings, and teach other students how to do math. We will explore how to integrate the cameras without changing your learning goals, as well as discuss some meaningful activities that you can begin with.

Details

Status: Available On-Demand
Subject: ICT
Last aired on: Tuesday, April 16, 2013 @ 4:30 PM EDT
Duration: 30 minutes
Credit Hours: 0.5
Categories: Digital Media, Tools for Student Projects
Tags: cameras, Digital Media, engage, grammar hunts, report, technology, Tools for 21st Century Student Projects, video cameras, videos

Reviews (9)

Full Member
+7
 
Thanks!
Full Member
+6
 
Very nicely done!!!
Full Member
+10
 
Wonderful ideas. Thank you!
Full Member
+8
 
Wonderful webinar! Great ideas.
Full Member
+1
 
This was a wonderful webinar, lots of great ideas! My students will love using the iPads to create a video to demonstrate their learning instead of using a worksheet.
Full Member
+6
 
Wow! Finally someone who understands that adding more isn't helpful. Wish more administrators understood. Thank you for the great ideas.
Basic Member
+8
 
My students will be using a video camera to create a commerical. Thank you for the webinar!
Full Member
+5
 
thanks ..Iam working with this concept with my Spanish class..student are learning and having lost of fun ...more them less me.. Gracias
Basic Member
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I like how you said, "what am I not going to do if my students use the video camera. I did an activity with adults in a workshop with a flip cam and a digital camera. They had a great time. Our focus was geometry (shapes and angles) found in the grocery store, convenient store and in the parking lot.
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