“There are always three speeches, for every one you actually gave. The one you practiced, the one you gave, and the one you wish you gave.” – Dale Carnegie
TONIGHT’s Recorded Virtual Class – Download nativeplayback.collab and run.
Virtual Class Activity – Choose a resource from slides 59-65 (bit.ly/VKCfKL) to review. Share your review on a blog post (on your personal blog).
Google Site Examples:
Read “Copyright Law and Technology” in Learning and Leading with Technology (April 2005) by E. Langran, R. Langran, and G. Bull
Read Chapter 4 of Universal Design for Learning: Theory and Practice (requires registering for a free account)
Read “High-tech vs. no-tech: D.C. area schools take opposite approached to education” and be prepared to discuss.
Read “Should all educators have a professional social media presence?” and be prepared to discuss.
Post 1 responses on your blog/class preparation:
- Complete copyright questions form (use the copyright resources list to learn more about copyright).
- Virtual Class Activity – Choose a resource from slides 59-65 to either review or create a product. Share your review or product on a blog post (on your personal blog).
*Bring Headsets or Laptops for Digital Storytelling Worksession (last in-class time).
**During our class, I will be available to help all group combine audio and images to help finish your digital story.
“David Thornburg on the Evolving Classroom (Big Thinkers Series).” Edutopia. N.p., n.d. Web. 11 June 2013. Video <http://www.edutopia.org/david-thornburg-future-classroom-video>
Perlman, Bob. “Students Thrive on Cooperation and Problem Solving.” Edutopia. Edutopia. Web. 29 May 2012. <http://www.edutopia.org/new-skills-new-century>.