Students are media producers as well as consumers, so our pedagogical use of video is as important as the quality itself. In March 2016, I had the honor of presenting on this topic at the CUE National Conference together with the talented Michelle Sadrena Clark, Regional Consultant for the USC Shoah Foundation and a humanities teacher at High Tech High North County. Read on for links and lessons!
The CUE National Conference is the largest and oldest education technology conference in California, and among the largest in the United States. This is a great conference featuring ways teachers are using technology in innovative and effective ways.
Our session at CUE was called True Engagement: Using Rich Video More Effectively. Scroll down for our slides! But first, here are six tools and resources that provide a great starting point.
Related additional resources:
- EducationNext article, "Children, be quiet and watch your lesson" on video to build context even for elementary students
- Tap, Click Read: Growing Readers in a World of Screens
- Check out the series inspired by last year's conference and keynote: Powering Up Facing History Lessons.