Make Your Video

MAKE A VIDEO

Video Production Curriculum

Video, audio, and images can spark students’ imaginations in ways that text alone sometimes can’t. Likewise, multimedia often helps students gain a deeper understanding of a question. In the past a struggling reader might have had assessment questions read aloud to him or her. Now, online video and audio allows these students take tests without another reader present.

WHY make a video about what your work and put it up online? 

“Because sharing what you know and did has mutual benefits and will endure beyond a single lifetime. Peer to Peer learning reinforces and builds community. And your work, transforms student engagement from a metric to a purpose driven culture.”  ~ Karen Ellis

Your work will prove what you did and what you know. The whole world will see it. Future employers will see it.

#STEAM VIDEO PROJECT  #Science, #Technology, #English, #Arts, #Math
“FEED THE DOGS CHICKEN DINNER”

#STEAM #Science, #Technology, #English, #Arts, #Math
Your work will prove what you did and what you know. The whole world will see it. Future employers will see it.

STUDENTS SHOW PROOF OF WORK
EVIDENCE OF YOUR SKILLS

Future Employers, Colleges, Vocational Technology – Employers, and Teachers will be able to see your skills and talent if you display your work online.

EVIDENCE YOUR KNOWLEDGE AND SKILL

Show and tell us what you know!

Put your video up ONLINE FOR FREE USE
youtube.comvimeo.com, or Flipgrid.org

The ArcGIS for Schools Bundle is available at no cost for instructional use to individual US K–12 schools, school districts, and states direct from Esri. Beyond the United States, the bundle is available to schools worldwide through Esri’s network of international distributors. Every public, private, home school, and youth-serving club is eligible.

ArcGIS StoryMaps Esri VIDEO STORY MAPS
Tell a Teacher or School about ArcGIS Esri’s
Free STORY MAP Online Organizational Account

The ArcGIS for Schools Bundle is free to primary and secondary schools.

Sign up with free ArcGIS public account designed for personal, non-commercial use.
With a public account you can:

  • Create, store, and manage maps, scenes, layers, apps, and other geospatial content.
  • Share content with others.
  • Access content shared by Esri and GIS users around the world.
  • FAQ Esri’s 2020 ArcGIS US School Competition is open to high school (“HS,” gr.9-12) and middle school (“MS,” gr.4-8) students in the US who can analyze, interpret, and present data via an ArcGIS web app or story map. Esri offers to all states (and districts, territories, and DoDEA) the chance to participate
  • Resources

Create inspiring, immersive stories by combining text, interactive maps, and other multimedia content. Publish and share your story with your organization or everyone around the world. TEACHERS / PARENTS Story maps relies on ArcGIS, but unlike the GeoPlatform maps, story maps let you combine maps with narrative text, images, and multimedia content. https://storymaps-classic.arcgis.com/en/

TEACHER  / STUDENT VIDEO TOOLS FROM ESRI STORY MAPS
students in kindergarten through the twelfth grade in the United States become effective digital learners.

K12PlayGround.com website
Link to your video from your school information page #Use #Hashtags that describe your #STEAM VIDEO PROJECT

#SCIENCE  #TECHNOLOGY #ENGINEERING #MATH #ARTS

#ARTS –  #music, #writing, Write and essay or paragraph that explains what you did, what you learned while doing it, describe the purpose.

#SocialStudies Describe the place where this chant, or song was collected, where is the town? Interview your Parents or Teachers over the phone about the town history.

– #MATH –  Here is an example. Rhythmically  notate the syllables of the words in your playground chant.

MAKE YOUR VIDEO PROJECT
Use  FOR FREE

Create amazing animated and multimedia stories and get everything you need to either add your project link to your school information here on this site.

Tribal Story Map Challenge Tell Your Tribe’s Story

BLACK LIVES MATTER: ART AS PLATFORM FOR JUSTICE

A sampling of the vast repertoire that Black folk musicians have contributed to the folk genre and the struggle for freedom and justice. Leon Bibb, Harry Belafonte, Paul Robeson, Odetta, Eric Bibb, Dr. Bernice Johnson Reagon, Toshi Reagon, to start.

REMEMBER PLAY BUILDS BIG BRAINS AND MAKES YOU INTELLIGENT
“Language is Music and Music is Language”
~ Karen Ellis

PLAYGROUND CHANTS AND FOLK SONGS FOR KIDS – NCFR
#NCFR collecting playground poetry since teaching school and collecting playground chants and songs (during recess) while living in St. Croix, USVI , starting in 1977. 

IT IS ALL ABOUT THE PROCESS –
working together, problem solving, team building, imagination, creativity and failure, which carries into art, math, writing, science, reading, social studies, and all other parts of the curricula. Help students gain enduring skills and knowledge for current and future challenges.

REMOTE LEARNING:
MORE PROJECTS STUDENTS CAN DO FROM HOME

Join Interdisciplinary #STEAM #STEM K12 School Projects. Link to your video project from your school information page and promote your work.

Center for Story-based Strategy and the 4th box thought exercise
https://www.storybasedstrategy.org/tools-and-resources

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