We will NOT have a synchronous class on Wednesday, May 1, 2019 at 7 pm EST as I’m still in Europe and there is a six-hour time difference.
MAY 10, your FINAL PROJECT + YOUR IGNITE VIDEO IS DUE. Both works should be posted to your website. As you complete your work, please review the criteria for evaluation:
Criteria for Evaluation
1. My work substantially relates to the topics, ideas and issues explored in this course and I am able to make connections to course readings, discussions and activities to show direct relevance. The content and format are appropriate for graduate-level work.
2. My work enables me to develop
one or more of the core learning outcomes for this course.
3. The work has strong content and is coherent, creative and complete. It uses conventions of the genre/form appropriately and is professional and polished. I have tweeted a link to the final paper /project using the #EDC534 hashtag.
We meet for Class on WeDNESDAY, APRIL 10 AT 7 p.m.
How can “create to learn” pedagogies be applied to the context of your work and life?
It’s time to create! As you work on your Final Paper Project, this is an informal time for fellowship and idea sharing.
Review specifications of the Final Paper/Project here
Sign up for a time to talk with the instructor
PechaKucha: Dan Riley
PechaKucha: Jen Carlson
PechaKucha: Jillian Belanger
April 3, 2019
We meet for our synchronous class on Wednesday, April 3 at 7 pm EST. See the Pathwright for the link.
Reflecting on Sparking a Reading. Some ideas that captured us this week:
3. View and Discuss: Advice on Creativity and Innovation in Organizations
4. Questions about Final Paper/Project. REMINDER: Schedule time for a call with the instructor by April 19:
Click here to schedule time
5. Preview the focus of your work for next week
March 20, 2019
Join the live synchronous class if you can on Wednesday, March 20 at 7 PM EST. Find the link on the Pathwright.
Sing along to “User Rights, Section 107” DISCUSSION: What should teachers and librarians understand about the following laws in relation to the practice of digital literacy? Section 107: fair use exemption Section 108: when libraries can make copies Section 110(a): face-to-face teaching exemption Section 110(b): TEACH ACT DMCA 1201: ripping DVDs by students and teachers Leading on copyright in your school. Resources and strategies for moving forward Questions and Answers Small group learning: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1sBtTl4gkPcGC0aT7FnxPMLwGi95SnDkaSOgnnIjtzWk/edit?usp=sharing Practice your “sound bites” of the takeaway ideas Preview work for next week
Wednesday, March 6, 2019
What are the author’s social responsibilities in the practice of representation?
If you missed our live discussion, you can review it here
Wednesday, February 27, 2019
Our recorded meeting is available for viewing here.
REVIEW OUR FLIPGRID DIALOGUE:
View and Discuss: Online vs Offline Self: Who is the Real You?
Research is a Conversation. Pair-share activity. Connect key ideas from the readings and discussion. Through dialogue, generate some possible research questions about the issues of identity in a digital age. Post your questions on this Google Doc as you work with your partner.
Review learning activities for next week
Our inquiry question:
What are the challenges of implementing digital production activities in and out of school?
If you missed the live synchronous class, watch the video and answer the questions on the Pathwright to receive class participation credit.
Polling as Pedagogy. We’ll use Sli.do to share opinions and discuss ideas. Use Join Code #7503 to share your opinion.
Compare and Contrast. Teachers describe their classroom management strategies. Consider these questions:
What similarities and differences are evident? What are the advantages and disadvantages of these approaches? How do these videos reveal or embody concepts explored in this week’s readings?
Renee reviews your work as digital learners
and explains learning activities for next week on the Pathwright
5. Imagining your final Project. Questions and comments
OPTIONAL: Youth Filmmaker Showcase
Reel Connections program, part of the Providence Children’s Film Festival, you can screen and discuss examples of youth media. Join me for one of these 2 events this weekend. Bring your family!
VOLUME 1. Friday, February 22. 7 PM. RISD Museum, Metcalf Auditorium. 20 N. Main Street, Providence. Ages 13+ VOLUME 2. Sunday, February 24, 3:30 PM. RISD Auditorium, 7 Canal Walk, Providence. All ages.
We had a live synchronous class on Wednesday, Feb 6 at 7 pm EST. If you missed this session, you can watch the video and answer the questions in the Pathwight.
Theme of the Week. Critical and Creative: What is the relationship between readers and writers in a digital age?
Renee reviews your completed work on the Pathwright Review Twitter #EDC534 stream Group Activity: Analyze a mentor text AND create a podcast through dialogue Questions on LEAP #1 DUE Feb 15 Review class participation for next week