This is the archived Workshop page from 2011.
These resources are designed for participants in Wesley Fryer’s workshops about “Playing with Media: simple ideas for powerful sharing. (* See permissions guidelines below.) Referenced resources relating to digital text, images, audio, video and copyright are available as “pages” hyperlinked at the top of this site. Please contact Wes if you’re interested in having this workshop shared for your school / organization.
Digital Text: Playing with Media – simple ideas for powerful sharing
Overview: “A-Ha Moments”
These activities are organized as a media scavenger hunt. Workshop participants are encouraged to complete as many sharing activities as possible and SUBMIT your results as hyperlinks on the Google form linked below. Please tweet links to your media shares using the hashtag #playingwithmedia. Use the tag “playingwithmedia” when sharing on sites supporting tagging like YouTube, Flickr, AudioBoo, etc.
The goals of this activity are:
- To more fully embrace the moral imperative of digital sharing
- To introduce educators to web-based tools supporting idea sharing using text, audio, images, and video
- To share and amplify “A-Ha Moments” with educational technology
- To demonstrate how media created during collaborative projects can be aggregated using tags
What’s an A-ha Moment?
An “a-ha moment” (in the context of this project) is a short story about a valuable resource, helpful strategy, or innovative idea which you can apply in your role as a professional educator, parent, citizen and/or community member. Share your own “a-ha moments” from a recent conference or other professional learning experience and interview others (who give permission for you to share their ideas on the Internet)
- Read, understand and follow the PERMISSIONS GUIDELINES at the bottom of this page. 🙂
- Submissions are moderated and will show up on the public website edusandbox.posterous.com after approval.
- Choose clever & relevant titles for each post. (Don’t be generic.)
- Please include “Posted by (your name)” in the message body, as well as a contact link to your Twitter, blog or wiki site.
1. Text Share
Type several sentences to share an #iste11 “a-ha moment” with text. Include hyperlinks if possible. Email your text to email@example.com.
2. Audio Share
Use a “no-edit, cloud-based audio recording” service to record and share an #iste11 a-ha moment audio interview. (AudioBoo, Cinch & iPadio) Email the link to your published interview to firstname.lastname@example.org.
3. Image Share
4. Video Share
Record a short video interview (max 2 minutes) sharing an #iste11 a-ha moment. Publish your video to YouTube and email the direct link to your published interview to email@example.com. If you do not have a YouTube account, upload using PixelPipe (choose Quickpost) and login as ttuviper-sandbox [at] yahoo [dot] com with the password (to be provided at workshop.)
5. Comment Contribution
As teacher-leaders we need to help develop learning cultures in which each participant takes responsibility for contributing the learning of their peers and the group. Leave a thoughtful, constructive comment one on of the blog contributions on edusandbox.posterous.com.
6. Project Submission
Please use this Google Form to submit your digital shares from this workshop!
By participating in this project and activity, you grant permission for your image and ideas shared as text, audio, and/or video to be shared online under a Creative Commons Attribution-Only License. As a participant, you are responsible for obtaining permission from individuals you interview to share their ideas, images, audio and video recordings. After explaining the project, be sure to ask each person explicitly, “Do I have your permission to publish this interview on the Internet?” If you are interviewing or photographing a minor (someone under age 18) be sure to also obtain permission from their parent or guardian.
ISTE11 BYOL Session Evaluation
If you participate in this ISTE11 workshop, afterwards please complete the official, online evaluation.