Minds On Media
Activity 1: Creation vs. Consumption Apps with Angie Harrison
(to create) vs. (for function) @TechieAng
My Story - Exports into iBook
(incorporates writing, drawing & speaking)
Explain Everything (like show me)
- records voice as they draw
- easy to put into iMovie & email or share
- you can insert pictures & have them draw on photo & talk about their thinking
- unlimited use for math explanations
- great apps to use in different languages
Show Me (similar to explain everything)
Session #2 - Google Apps vs. MS Office 365
with Jim Pedrech @jpedrech & Matt Arnold @Mrmarnold
Hosted by Chris Demers @demers_chris
An interesting look at the similarities and differences between MS Office 365 & Google Apps for Education.
I must say...I still love Google - check out my Google Resource Pages.
Minds on Media:
The Association for Media Literacy
Monday night Twitter Chat Hashtag: #K12MediaDiscussion with Ms.Solomon @msolomonteacher
Mematic - App
- create a Meme that conveys a message that can become a media literacy discussion
Learn about Memes:
Videos PBS (Off Book)
Know your Meme:
Media Literacy/Procedure Idea:
Create a cooking show...showing step by step how to cook a meal.
- step by step instructions (procedure)
- different angles & settings
- voice over
- text overlay
Kindergarten Media discussion focus questions:
What an exciting time we live in. We are lucky enough to have access to amazing resources that allow us and our students to connect with and learn from the world. Let's jump in!
This site is a resource for educators. We need to trade, share & learn. Some people come to me for support, thinking I know the answers...the funny thing is, in relation to the people I follow online, I know very little...what makes me different perhaps is that I will ask, research & figure it out.
I am petrified of heights, need to take anti-anxiety medication when I step foot on a plane, and in most aspects of my life I'm a big old fraidy cat. However, when it comes to asking for help, or acknowledging my ignorance, I'm absolutely fearless. We all have our strengths I guess.
If you ever wonder why, when you say to me, "I have a question..", my reply is almost always "I might have an answer." That's my way of acknowledging that I don't know everything...I will never know everything, nor will anyone else. How can anyone know everything about the Internet or technology? It's always changing! That is what makes it so amazing!!! In our ever-changing world, my strategy is to openly acknowledge my ignorance, embrace my ignorance and then say, bring on the learning.
How can we teach our children that? They are growing up in a world that is changing so quickly and evolving constantly. Our students need to be adaptable. I firmly believe we need to model this for them. It's okay to tell them you don't know the answer...but you also need to show them that you know how to ask the questions and find the answers.
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