Tag Archives: Video

Stop Motion Remix Examples

My kindergarten students made a stop motion movie that they shared with the world (which you can read about here). They asked people to take the video that they had made and to create their own version, or remix, and … Continue reading

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Creating a Stop Motion Remix

One of my goals this year was to work with my students to make a stop motion movie out of one of the stories they created. We had a story last fall that I though would be good but it … Continue reading

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The Power of Connections

Jason Graham (@jasongraham) and I were giving an unconference at Learning 2.012 in Beijing about the power of “Twitter Chats” and in particular #kinderchat. I was talking about how increadibly meaningful and relevant chats can be and I just wasn’t … Continue reading

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Is the Future About Flipping?

I thought it was kinda funny that I sat down to write this post on “Flipping” the classroom last night and the internet was down. I’ll state right off the bat that I think flipping the classroom is a really … Continue reading

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Increasing Visual Literacy in My Classroom

This course in media literacy has come at the perfect time for me. It’s just the motivations I needed to start implementing some tools I’ve been meaning to incorporate into my classroom. As a kindergarten teacher images play an important … Continue reading

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