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Class 5: Educational Applications: Video

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Class Five: Educational Applications - Video


June 10, 2010





Review Immigration Project - Due


Emerging Technology Demonstration:

Virtualization, One to One Computing, 24x7 Access, Netbooks & Thin Clients


Video -  Seinfeld Teaches History


Explore YouTube and TeacherTube:

1. Demonstrate several educational uses (audience)

Watch '5 Second Movies': Titanic, Lion King, Harry Potter.

2. Create a YouTube and/or TeacherTube Account

3. Find (3) Grade or Subject appropriate videos

4. Introduce a tool to download YouTube videos. 

20 More Download Sites

5. Upload a demo video to YouTube or TeacherTube

6.  Explore Free Online Video Editing Tools


Explore Online Editing:

Animoto -

ReMix America  




Explore Podcasts and Vodcasts:

1. Explore iTunes:

Stanford on iTunes

Randy Pausch's Last Lecture

2. Find (2) Grade or Subject appropriate  podcasts


Explore Voice Broadcasts:

          1. VoiceThread


Explore Live Broadcasts:

           1. uStream


Watch - Digital Ethnography of YouTube 


Discussion - Educational Technology Philosophy

     Impact's of Technology: Pros/Cons


Create an Educational Technology Rubric

Describe (1) Entry Uses  (2) Adaptive Uses  (3) Transformative Uses




Personal Philosophy

Engage in the process of deep reflective research and study to create a thoughtful, guiding philosophy that demonstrates an appreciation of the dramatic changes in culture and society brought about by technology including its impact on learning. Your philosophy should integrate your knowledge, understandings and beliefs resulting from course readings, research and discussions. It should be an explicit explanation of the core beliefs and practices that will guide your use of instructional technology in your professional practice.


In your philosophy consider addressing your instructional goals, methods, strategies, student population and most importantly some core educational constructs that guide your professional practice. A quotation, idea, analogy, or metaphor could serve as the foundation of your philosophy. The philosophy should be personal and reflective; it should be understandable by a broad audience, thereby avoiding technical terms and jargon where possible. The following criteria will be used to assess your philosophy:

  • The philosophy is a reflective, first person narrative that explains the author’s ideas and beliefs about teaching, learning, and the use of technology in an educational setting.
  • The philosophy is founded on some core constructs.
  • The philosophy cites educational theorists who inspire or reflect the author’s core beliefs and includes hyperlinks to relevant Internet site on them.
  • The philosophy is two to three word processed pages in length.
  • The philosophy includes digital images and hyperlinks to supporting research and literature.
  • The philosophy is submitted to the course site and published to the author’s class Wiki.



Podcast & Video Project  

Each student will create a 2-3 minute podcast or movie relevant to their classroom subject area(s).  Students will demonstrate proficiency in creating a podcast, adding appropriate music and/or sound effects, uploading the completed project to their blog and explaining how podcasting and video can support learning and student-created content in the classroom.  


Create two movies. The assignment has three requirements. 1) It should be related to your subject area and grade level. 2) It should require the production of 2 short movies (each less than 3 min). 3) Each movie should have its own music soundtrack and narration.


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