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Kansas: The Greatest State in the Union Pt. II: History

Kansas: The Greatest State in the Union Pt. II: History | Classroom Technocracy | Scoop.it
Thank you to those of you who read and shared and enjoyed the first part of this. For those of you who didn't, strap in because it's about to get a lot worse before it gets better. The first post, ...
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How to Use Greenscreen on Windows Movie Maker

How to Use Greenscreen on Windows Movie Maker | Classroom Technocracy | Scoop.it
The Green Screen is an essential technique used for creating a successful movie in most major producing companies today. With a Green Screen, there is no need to travel to Paris to film a scene in front of the Eiffel Tower.

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Master Storytellers | Video channel on TED.com

Master Storytellers | Video channel on TED.com | Classroom Technocracy | Scoop.it
Nowhere has the timeless power of narrative been more apparent than at TED: here, storytellers both professional and provisional use the personal tale to...
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writing prompts

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These are some of the daily writing prompts I use in class. If you have questions, comments, or...
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Halifax Day of Discovery | Digital textbooks and standards-aligned educational resources

Halifax Day of Discovery | Digital textbooks and standards-aligned educational resources | Classroom Technocracy | Scoop.it
Halifax Day of Discovery. Professional Development including keynote by Dean Shareski.
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Digital Storytelling

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Leave a legacy of cultural history for future generations through digital storytelling. Stories are important because they provide us with a voice in time and place about our heritage. Rich digital stories can be created using many different technologies such as iMovie, Moviemaker, and Photo Story 3. Stories can then be published or broadcast over the Internet. To construct a lasting record, stories should also be preserved in print on acid free paper and both the digital and print copy donated to a repository such as a local library or museum

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#Education Tackkboard - Tackks

#Education Tackkboard - Tackks | Classroom Technocracy | Scoop.it

Tackks about #Education

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Tackk is a simple and sweet media driven presenation tool. No sign up required! Challege your kids to complete book reports, historical invintations, visual tutorials and more!

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Digital Storytelling | Digital textbooks and standards-aligned educational resources

Digital Storytelling as a learning experience. Students and digital storytelling. Teaching with digital storytelling.
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Digital Story Telling through the eyes of Discovery

 

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Tech Learning : Tech Lessons That Don’t Need a Connection

Tech Learning : Tech Lessons That Don’t Need a Connection | Classroom Technocracy | Scoop.it
The Resource for Education Technology Leaders focusing on K-12 educators.
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Commercial Ads: Students create short video commercials in groups. Discuss stereotypes in commercials and recreate them without the stereotypes.

Previews: Students create a movie preview of a book they enjoyed and want to see adapted to film.

Digital Stories: Students work in groups to create a digital story. There are various video editing apps that work on any device that works offline.

Show ‘N’ Tell with a Cell: Students show pictures they took on their devices to their peers and have a discussion of where they took the picture, what it is about, etc.

Visual Vocabulary: Each week the students take photos or record a video representing the concepts, vocabulary, and topics being covered. They upload these collected artifacts to a class laptop via flash stick.

How-to Videos: Each learner can create a how-to video showing a special skill, such as cooking a reci

- See more at: http://www.techlearning.com/magazine/0007/tech-lessons-that-dont-need-a-connection/53853#sthash.5KNZgKBt.dpuf

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