STOP ANIMATION DAY 3: FILMING

PART ONE. RE-CAP GUEST SPEAKER’S LECTURE

We certainly attempted to do a multitasking. My role is to let you be conscious about multitasking. If you want to read the article that Eddie mentioned, click here to view Sana, F., Weston, T., & Cepeda, N. J. (2012). Laptop multitasking hinders classroom learning for both users and nearby peers. Computers & Education. You can download the article here.

PART TWO. MID-EVALUATION & GRADES

Thank  you for your sincere feedback. It encourages me a lot!

Your progress so far has been shared via Google Doc. Check your uga email and if you have any questions, please feel free to contact me.

PART THREE. FILMING YOUR STOP ANIMATION

As we promised, you should begin your filming today.

Things to remember:

  1. What content is your video teaching? Is it clear to the viewer? How can you make it more clear?
  2. Does your video tell a story? Are you sure? Who is the main character? What is the plot?

PART FOUR. SUBMIT YOUR STOP ANIMATION

As you can see in our Oct, 3rd blog posting, you have completed step 1 to 5 for your stop animation . Now, it is time to submit your “baby”,

Step 6. Import the pictures to iMovie. To see how to use iMovie, click here.

Step 7. Edit and animate your pictures. Add narration and music if necessary.

Step 8. Once you’ve finished your videos – “share” them to our class Youtube account. The login information will be announced in class.

Step 9. Share the Youtube link with your group.

Step 10.  Each group member should create a “Stop Animation” page in their BLOGS.

Step 11. On the page, embed your slowmation video and write a short description about the video and the project in general. In your description, please respond to the following:

  1. Which grade/age level is your video targeted at?
  2. What is the subject?
  3. What is the topic of the video?
  4. [K-12] What Georgia Performance Standard does your video address?
  5. How might this video help audiences/students to understand the concept?
  6. What do you think are the merits of student-generated educational videos?
  7. What advice would you give to students and teachers when creating videos?

FOR THURSDAY AND NEXT WEEK:

10/17 (Thur): Production (No class but I will be here /SUBMISSION Due date: Midnight)

10/22 (Tue): Presentation for Stop Animation & Reading response Due

Read Shively, C.H., (2011). Grow Creativity. Learning & Leading with Technology. 38 (7), pp. 10-15: click reading material. Also, the reading response should include your thoughts about guest speaker’s lecture. Please share your thoughts on this question, “How much do you think you are self-regulated when you use technology for your learning?”

10/24 (Thur): SMARTBOARD

10/29 (Tue): 20% Project

10/31 (Thur): No class

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