I truly enjoyed teaching both my graduate and undergraduate courses this past semester. There were a number of really hard-working students who produced some very meaningful work, and overall, I can say that I am increasingly excited by the quality of students I am encountering both in schools (my graduate students) and soon to be teachers (my preservice groups).
I thought I would quickly share a few of my favorite student reflections and projects over the past semester. These represent various forms of digital expression, and will help provide inspiration to my students in future semesters.
- Amy’s Final Reflection – Digital imagery, animated, and set to music.
- Anne-Marie’s Adventures in EC&I 831 – Nicely narrated reflection with imagery and music.
- Dan’s Summary of Learning – Mashup of Comics with Prezi – fun approach.
- Delise’s Final Reflection – Nicely narrated video, reflection on learning.
- Jay’s Final Blogpost – Nice final written description with video.
- Russel’s EC&I 831 Christmas – Fun, short Claymation movie.
- Story of a Girl – Bethany, Sarah, and Gabrielle’s first stab at stopmotion animation, deals with eating disorders.
- Sarah’s Reflection – Nicely reflection using video & screencasting.
- History of Technology in Education – Decent Prezi by Bradie and Kelsi
- Bradie’s Reflection – Another nice reflection, narrated slideshow.
- Erin’s Reflection – Solid reflection using Voicethread.
- A Garageband Tutorial – A series of videos showing how to create a techno song by Justin.
- The Decision Game – A decision-based game that utilizes the annotations feature in Youtube (think, choose-your-own-adventure), by Cody, Justin, Sheldon & Seanna.
- Didn’t Trip, Got a Grip, On the Basics – A song Katherine wrote & performed summarizing her course experience.
I hope these are useful and/or entertaining to you.
Oh, and seeing that it is New Year’s Eve, Happy New Year to all of you, and all the best in 2010! Thank you so much for taking the time to visit this space, and for connecting with me in other meaningful ways. I am truly a lucky person to be tied to such a caring and passionate network of individuals.
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