Sunday, January 27, 2013

Free Technology for Teachers: Video Projects and Common Core Standards

Here's a post from Richard Byrne's great FreeTech4Teachers blog, one of my go-to resources. Embedded in the post are copies of his slides from a recent workshop and to what standards video creation applies. Take a look!

Free Technology for Teachers: Video Projects and Common Core Standards: Last week I ran two workshops on video creation in the classroom . A part of that workshop was a discussion of Common Core standards...

Richard mentions Next Vista for Learning, a site by our friend Rushton Hurley, which provides a library of free videos made by and for teachers and students. Check it out!

CC Connection: Creating videos (which does NOT necessarily entail a gigantic project, contrary to popular belief...) is a great way to cover Common Core standards and help students grow their communication, creativity, collaboration and critical thinking skills in support of deeper learning.

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