Welcome to the Education group
Posted 25 November 2008 - 02:58 PM
Whether you're a teacher, or an educational researcher, or a student wondering how this can be used in a classroom, use this group to ask questions, suggest ideas, or relate your experiences with Moviestorm.
Posted 27 December 2009 - 03:44 AM
Posted 25 February 2013 - 04:49 PM
Posted 25 February 2013 - 06:26 PM
I have briefly shared some of my experiences using Moviestorm to model some of the ways Moviestorm is being used professionally. Just by being here in this forum, you have demonstrated an interest in finding new and creative ways to teach your lessons. There are many ways to use Moviestorm in the classroom as is being demonstrated everyday by students and teachers from around the world in classrooms of all ages. Since video educational content creation is a growing business and people with those skills are needed, why not design your blended learning project based classes around those skill sets?
Flip your class by having the students work collaboratively and cross curricular to capture your lesson's lecture and other content digitally. There are several advantages to doing it this way. First and foremost the students will be engaged. Next, they will learn to work collaboratively. They will also learn your lesson in the process of making a video about it. Once, your lesson is turned into a video log (Vlog), video documentary (ViDoc) or other multimedia video based asset it can be used over again and shared with the world on YouTube, or your school's website.
Why flip your classroom, you may ask? Flipping your classroom, allows the teacher greater opportunity to differentiate instruction. How is this accomplished? By recording your lesson in this way and making the resulting ViDoc the "homework", the students will have access to the details of your lesson to study and review as often as needed outside of the classroom over the internet. Then what use to be the "homework" is done in the classroom, where the students can help each other and you can move among them and differentiate your instruction accordingly.
I foresee a day when schools, who embrace this concept, will have a core of students who work with the school capturing, creating, producing and exhibiting teachers' lessons. Rather like they do now for the school's newspaper or website. Their new skills and productivity will add value to their educational institution and community at large. If you can envision this as well and want my help making it a reality in your school, then please contact me. I will be starting a forum topic on Flipping Your Classroom with Moviestorm, so you can participate in the discussion.
Posted 23 October 2013 - 09:55 PM
Posted 23 October 2013 - 10:01 PM
Does that work for you?
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