Jackie Gerstein shares Wes Fryer's "Making Media for the Curriculum" that illustrates the media that can support multiple means of expression and ways for all leanrers to demonstrate understanding of the content.
The following guidelines related to Provide Multiple Means of Action and Expression are addressed when learners make personalized meaning of the content:
> Use social media and interactive web tools (e.g., discussion forums, chats, web design, annotation tools, storyboards, comic strips, animation presentations)
> Compose in multiple media such as text, speech, drawing, illustration, comics, storyboards, design, film, music, visual art, sculpture, or video
> Use web applications (e.g., wikis, animation, presentation)Use story webs, outlining tools, or concept mapping tools
Free K-12 educational videos … organized. Tens of thousands of excellent, educational videos in a huge, intuitive directory. Organized, reviewed, rated, and described by teachers. Ideal as a supplement to a curriculum or for independent study.
I spend a lot of time viewing, collecting sharing videos. In this post, I share ideas on certain types of videos that I’ve gathered and how educators might use related methods or styles to engage students in constructing and deconstructing media while becoming critical consumers and producers of digital media.
PowToon is a new animated presentation tool that can be used by students or teachers to create videos or just presentations. If you’ve used Prezi before, you’ll definitely like this! We even made our EdTech discovery app campaign video with it.
The Khan Academy is a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) with the mission of providing a world-class education to anyone, anywhere. The Khan Academy is all about using video to explain the world, so what better way to explain the Khan Academy than through videos.