Wednesday, April 18, 2018
Watch the video below if you did not participate in the live synchronous class. Reach out to a class member to discuss your Final Project.
- Using the Scope of Work Template
- What is the difference between a Creative Brief and a Scope of Work? How are these used in professional media and communications fields?
- What is a Pecha Kucha? Why will your Pecha Kucha ultimately have both a persuasive & informative purpose?
- Review of student Final Projects – progress reports
- Reflecting on the Challenges and Opportunities of the Creative Process
- Cornelia: exploring the digital identity of teachers and its impact on learners and colleagues
- Meg: esports in relation to digital identity and digital authorship
- Erica: podcast about new immigrants
- Adam: essay on popularity in a digital age
CURRICULUM PROJECTS: Elementary
- Barbara: curriculum in digital authorship for Grades K – 5 library class
- Jamie: digital teacher’s guide for using Seesaw portfolios in K-5
- Angie: StoryCorps for elementary students – community focus
- Denise: video PSA to promote Pennies for Patients with K-2 students
- Sherri: Grade 4 library class: digital storytelling
CURRICULUM PROJECTS: Middle/High
- Matt M: a digital literacy course for Grades 5 – 8 using Google Classroom
- Matt P: a vlog assignment featuring older students giving advice to younger ones
CURRICULUM PROJECTS: University/Adult Learners
- Tim: a academic research paper assignment for undergraduates on different types of social media
- Mary: a unit on digital authorship for an undergraduate course in Media and Society
- Pat: an online mini-course for K-12 teachers introducing them to social media in education
Miller, A. (2011). Twenty Tips for Managing Project-Based Learning. Edutopia.
Mergendoller, J. R., & Thomas, J. W. (2001). Managing project based learning: Principles from the field. Buck Institute for Education.
Moore, D.C. and Landis, J. (2018). “I Got it from Google”: Re-contextualizing Authorship to Strengthen Fair Use Reasoning in the Elementary Grades. In R. Hobbs (Ed.). The Routledge Companion on Media Education, Copyright and Fair Use (preprint copy). New York: Routledge.
- April 18: Submit a scope of work plan – place a link to you Google doc link here
- April 25: Talk with a class member about your project
- April 30: Submit a 20×20 Pecha Kucha presentation – posted to your blog
- May 7: Submit final work – posted to your blog and send a Tweet using #EDC534 hashtag