February 2018 Agenda—Green Bay, Wisconsin

Green Bay, Wisconsin

Facilitating Technology Enriched Classrooms for 21st Century Learners.

Begin at 9:00am
  • Today’s Agenda: https://goo.gl/XHFkeu

Getting Connected

Digitally…Socially…Spiritually
  • To Wifi: 
    • Network: PLCS-INTERNET
    • Password: pilgrim123
  • How to get to today’s agenda: If you can read this, you’re already there.
  • To each other – Meet your fellow TEC21 participants!
  • Check the Sign up for Snacks – The List for snacks.
  • Group Sharing of Technology Integration: What is one technology project you tried tried in the classroom? How did it go? Do you have a student sample to show?
  • Mike’s List of Apps we’ve done so far – In writing this Agenda, I couldn’t remember all of the things we’ve covered so far, so I made a list!  Check out this list for a quick review/refresher on where we’ve been.

 Devotion

The Passion of the Christ

Write a Diamante Poem about Jesus starting and ending with either synonyms or antonyms.

Examples for Inspiration!

That’s My King -Dr. S.M. Lockridge

YouTube credit

Announcements & Review

1. Upcoming events:

  • The next workshop date is scheduled for Thursday, April 5, 2018.
  • Today is Digital Learning Day!
  • #LuthEd Twitter chats take place on Monday evenings from 8:00-9:00CST throughout the school year.

2. Continue to move on this technology continuum:

-I’ve heard of it – I’ve seen it – I’ve used it – I’ve created with it – I’ve used it with my students – I’ve had my students create with it –

3. Let’s take this time to reflect on last month’s TEC21 Challenges and share experiences. What happened? Were you successful? Did you come across any challenges?

4. Who’s taking the course for graduate credit?

Goals

1. Discover the value of video creation.

2. Explore video creation tools and resources to use with your students.

3. Identify a tool or resource to share with another teacher at your school.

Video Creation

Student Video Creations
Pray and Be WatchfulStudent chapel video about Jesus in Gethsemane produced by Doni Douglass using iMovie Trailer. Published to YouTube on April 14, 2015.
Video Paper Slides
The Paperside Video. Rapid Video Creation for the Classroom by Dr. Lodge McCammon
Green Screen

Easy-to-Use Green Screen App by DoInk enables creation of green screen effects on iPhone and iPad.  Simply get some green fabric from Hobby Lobby and film students in front of it with pictures and topics in the background.

Project Ideas include, historical locations, weather map, diagrams of the human body, Bible stories, etc.

Another Green Screen Tutorial for DoInk.

Sample Video on President’s Day

Flipped Classroom
Let’s Use Video to Reinvent Education – TED Talk by Salmon Kahn

Check out Khan Academy for subject by grade level from K-12.

Digital Storytelling with Adobe Spark

Adobe Spark Video allows you to combine videos, pictures, text, and provided icons with music and audio to create a video. Here is a tutorial video to explain how. Only one component per slide. Automatically includes a list of references for images selected. Students can create these quite quickly and add their voice to tell about what they learned.I am a text block. Click edit button to build out any additional topics.

Pear Deck

Interactive, engaging Pear Deck presentations stimulate discussion with formative assessment in real time. Google Slides Add-On. Create slides where students input short answers or numbers, explore websites, or answer multiple choice questions. Displays student responses anonymously. When you close the session it saves student responses in a spreadsheet. Let’s try it out! joinpd.com  Works like Nearpod. Now try making your own Pear Deck using this tutorial.

PowToon
Powtoon lets you drag and drop or fill in ready made templates to create animated videos. Here are 11 PowToon uses for the classroom.
Virtual & Augmented Reality

Virtual Reality – Google Cardboard, Expeditions, and a bunch of other ones!

Augmented Reality – We had examples from last time we met like Quiver.

The top 10 VR headsets

Digital Citizenship Integration

What aspects of digital citizenship need to be addressed when integrating video creation in the classroom?

  • Internet Safety
  • Privacy & Security
  • Relationships & Communication
  • Cyberbullying
  • Digital Footprint & Reputation
  • Self-image & Identity
  • Information Literacy
  • Creative Credit & Copyright

Little or No Prep Tools & Resources

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Educreations is a simple tool to use! Change backgrounds, write while you talk, capture images and voice. Students can use to explain their process in math, or expand upon a picture story they created. Simply take a picture of the child’s work or let them work it on the iPad or laptop, then record the student’s voice explaining process. Engage students with video to capture ideas, share instantly, replay anytime. Publish current Educreations video before beginning a new one (only one new project may be worked on at a time).  Here is a sample made by my daughter, Jaden, using Educreations.  She was about 5 when she made this video about a cow.  Keep it short, less than 4 minutes for teaching and 1 minute for students demonstrating learning, and it doesn’t have to be perfect.
Screencastify
Screencast-O-Matic is a web-based tool that let’s you record on-screen activity for short tutorials, visual presentations, and communicate while you demonstrate! You can make a free 15 minute recording of the screen only or even put yourself into the video down in the corner. Publish to YouTube or save as a video file. Or try a similar tool Screencastify as a Chrome Add-On with 10 minute recordings.
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iMovie Trailer Planning Sheets. Take pictures or video to fill in each box. Add text. Produce! Share! Also take videos in iMovie and edit.
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Green Screen by Do Ink makes it easy to create incredible green screen videos and images right on your iPad or iPhone. The app lets you combine photos and videos from the camera roll with live images from your iPad or iPhone’s camera. Featured in “Best New Apps in Education.”

touchcast
TouchCast Studio app is now free! Annotate, explain and present anything easily and quickly with TouchCast Studio. Add webpages, files, images, videos… nearly anything! Then record or live stream* and share across the web. Here is an example “Presidential Debate” for fun and see how you can bring in websites, Twitter feeds, images, Google documents and more to your screencast. Realistic backgrounds allow you to film a sports clip, news clip, and more. Note that I made this screencast in front of a green screen so this newsroom background shows up. I didn’t write out a script. You don’t want to spend too much time on these screencasts to make them doable.
toontastic
Toontastic 3D is both an app and a Google Play app on Chromebooks. It lets you create animated stories by selecting setting and characters, then using your voice to tell the story as you move the characters. Select Historical Films, Mysteries, Social Studies, School Reports, Documentaries, and more! Look fabulous.
msqrd
MSQRD (Masquerade) is automatic selfie video recording app where your students can put on a mask and tell a story as a character. When they are finished it will save to photos where you can export it to Seesaw, Google Drive, any place you can share photos! And it’s so fun! Try it out.

Download ClipChamp to allow recording from webcam including on Chromebooks. Limited number free.

Have Chromebooks? Check this list of best video tools for use on Chromebooks.We Video is the top recommended video app for Chromebook, paid premium version gives you Green Screen capabilities and templates. Check it out!

Know Lounge allows you to host live tutoring sessions where students join with a code you give them. You can also record videos as screencasts here for flipping the classroom or saving for students who were absent.

Create a one-take video by playing a song relating to what you are teaching and having your students act it out.

STUDENT (and Teacher) EXAMPLES

Where do I find these cool songs? MATH SCIENCE SOCIAL STUDIES LANGUAGE ARTS

Check out this YouTube 360 channel to pan around Mars or other topics! How could your students make a 360 degree movie of your school? Perhaps put it on your website.

Using Video to learn history. Explore the battlegrounds of history at this digital location. Watch the map come alive following a timeline of events in this 360 video. With links to other battle interactive maps.

Chatterpix Kids can make anything talk — pets, friends, doodles, and more. Simply take any photo, draw a line to make a mouth, and record your voice. Then share your Pix with friends and family as silly greetings, playful messages, creative cards, fancy book reports, or retellings of learning about anything. And best of all, it’s FREE!

Select images from these free-to-use pictures for your videos. I still right click on the image and put the URL below the picture or at the end of the project to teach students about copyright.

Simply sketch a character, then select the character and move it across the screen. It automatically records as an animation movie.

Ignite Talks are a new form of presentation. Students create 20 slides and talk 15 seconds per slide for a 5 minute talk! Honing Students’ Speaking Skills

Games, mind, strategic activities, competition mode organized by grade level

Try in your literacy center to teach speed & accuracy with words, letters, sounds, and sentences for PreK and elementary. Cost $4,99

Try in your math center to teach fractions, money, geometric shapes, math vocabulary and much more! This site offers each of these free apps as web apps, Apple apps, and Chrome apps! Click on the site and start trying these tools out! Note that you need to provide problems and feedback to students to facilitate their learning.

Lunch Hour at 11:30am/Back to Work at 12:30pm

Project Development

Collaboration! We are each other’s BEST resources :-)

TEC21 Challenges

1. Apply what you learned today by creating a student-created video activity or a teacher-created screencast to teach a lesson to your students.  Share your experience by adding it to the Padlet above!

2. Post a comment, link, or student work to the TEC21’s online Google+ community.

3. Be a resource to at least one new person on your faculty before we meet again.

Reflection

Dismiss at 2:00pm

My Contact Info

Mike Schmidt

SchmidtM@newlhs.com – on Google+ – @tchrmschmidt – on Facebook – Instagram –Pinterest – LinkedIn – 715.509.0002

Connected teachers inspiring students in Technology Enriched Classrooms.