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Join us in Boston November 13-14th, 2015 for our annual iPad Summit. Registration and more details at ettipad.org/Boston

NOTE : PRESENTATION MATERIALS ARE LINKED FROM INDIVDUAL SESSIONS
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Thursday, November 13 • 2:15pm - 3:15pm
'iSee, iCreate, iUnderstand: Video Projects that Strengthen Learning and Promote Digital Literacy'

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Discover simple ways to design student video projects that beef-up learning, actively engage students, and promote digital literacy. Independent and collaborative movie making projects encourage students to use creative thinking and problem-solving skills, as learners reflect on ways to share their personal research, knowledge, and stories. Like reading and math, digital literacy skills should be taught and used in every grade level, with a variety of content, to prepare students for a technology rich future.

In this session, participants will view examples of simple to elaborate student produced video using iPad apps and/or free computer software. They’ll get resources to share with learners about taking better photos and video, finding and adding copyright free music and sound, and examining techniques for effective video production.

Storyboards and rubrics will be shared to show their importance in successfully guiding learners. Participants will examine ways to create differentiated projects that are achievable yet challenging for learners of all skill levels. In addition, digital etiquette expectations will be reviewed.

By the end of this session, participants will not only have resources to share with students, but they will have clear-cut steps for incorporating simple to advanced, innovative video projects that inspire learners to learn more, develop robust digital literacy skills, and create projects that exceed teacher expectations. 

Speakers
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Cindy Perry

Instructional Technology Coordinator, Charleston Day School
MEd (Educational Technology) University of South Carolina; BA Kent State University | Cindy is an educational technology consultant collaborating with others to create efficient 1:1 iPad/technology environment, an instructor who engages students in creative, problem-based learning, and a technology coach. She worked as the educational technology coordinator/instructor and led the 1:1 iPad initiative at Charleston Day School in SC. She worked... Read More →


Thursday November 13, 2014 2:15pm - 3:15pm
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  • Target Audience Elementary School Educators, Middle School Educators, Library Media Specialists

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