Week 10 Theme: Your Create to Learn Journey: How can “create to learn” pedagogies be applied to the context of your work and life?
If you did not participate in the live synchronous class, watch the video and answer the question, “How can digital storytelling be adapted to the context of your work and life?” in the “Leave a Reply” space at the bottom of this page.
- Highlights and Lowlights – LEAP #3
- How can digital storytelling be adapted to the context of your work and life?
- Considering the relationship between self-expression and communication
- Connecting digital storytelling to Common Core State Standards – skim/browse and share
- What research questions emerge from your experience with LEAP 3?
CLASS PARTICIPATION ACTIVITIES/HOMEWORK. Please complete the following activities by April 11. Note: Change in the syllabus.
Theme for Week 11: Transformativeness. How do digital authors build upon and advance knowledge by using the creative works of others?
1. REFLECT ON YOUR LEARNING. Take time to reflect on what you learned as you completed LEAP 3. You can select any medium or format to express your reflection. Perhaps you will write an email, compose a written work, or share a voice memo. Post the reflection to your blog before April 11.
- Review examples of pecha kucha and final project -scroll down
- April 11: Submit a creative brief – email a Google doc link to the instructor
- April 18: Submit a scope of work plan – email a Google doc link to the instructor
- April 25: Talk with a class member about your project (your choice)
- April 30: Submit a Pecha Kucha – posted to your blog
- May 7: Submit final work – posted to your blog and send a Tweet using #EDC534 hashtag
3. HOMEWORK ASSIGNMENT. After reading and viewing the materials below, please compose a blog entry offering a synthesis of key ideas in under 500 words. Consider answering these questions;
- What were the most interesting new ideas that you encountered?
- What questions did these readings raise for you?
- How are the ideas relevant to your work and life?
Tweet a link to your blog page using the #EDC534 hashtag or post a link using our closed Facebook page, Digital Authorship.
- Hobbs, R. (2011) Copyright Clarity: How Fair Use Supports Digital Learning. Thousand Oaks: Corwin/Sage. OR Media Education Lab (2008). Code of Best Practices in Fair Use for Media Literacy Education.
- Aufderheide, P. (2012). Creativity_Copyright_and_Authorship. In D. Gerstner & C. Chirs (Eds). Media authorship. New York: Routledge.
Ferguson, K. (2015). Everything is a Remix: The Force Awakens. YouTube.