Exhibit Response: Jane

Now that you’ve had the experience of working through Sherry & Celestine’s Exhibit, write a comment to this post which addresses the following three sentence stems:

  • As we worked on this project, I really liked/enjoyed/was engaged by . . .
  • I’m wondering/confused about/struggled with . . .
  • I think I can modify this exhibit/technology to work in my own teaching this way:

Exhibit Response: Celestine & Sherry

Now that you’ve had the experience of working through Sherry & Celestine’s Exhibit, write a comment to this post which addresses the following three sentence stems:

  • As we worked on this project, I really liked/enjoyed/was engaged by . . .
  • I’m wondering/confused about/struggled with . . .
  • I think I can modify this exhibit/technology to work in my own teaching this way:

Exhibit Response: Deirdre

Now that you’ve had the experience of working through Deirdre’s Interactive Exhibit, write a comment to this post which addresses the following three sentence stems:

  • As we worked on this project, I really liked/enjoyed/was engaged by . . .
  • I’m wondering/confused about/struggled with . . .
  • I think I can modify this exhibit/technology to work in my own teaching this way:

Writing into the Day: #9

Yesterday, we talked a lot about the technologies we do and do not have access to, as well as the problems that unequal access creates for teachers and students. And we talked about our frustrations about what we want/need, what we don’t have (support-wise), and what we fear/worry about.

This morning, start writing your needs/wants for technology and support.  What are your wants? What are your needs? Who can help you with those things? What non-school resources do you need to make teaching with technology more productive/effective?

CARP Design Principles

Here are some links that we’ll look at this morning as we talk about design.  This afternoon, we’ll spend a good bit of time talking about assessment, evaluation, and grading (these are not the same things, right?) in relationship to digital projects, so this morning’s work will provide some language that we might find useful this afternoon.

First, a Prezi on the CARP principles from Shawn Apostel @ EKU’s Noel Studio for Academic Creativity: Working with Visual Arguments.

Second, here’s a student talking about his experience using Prezi and attempting some of these visual arguments. Pay attention to how the student talks about “composition” (process, method, intention, audience, purpose, etc): “Top 5 Reasons to Use Prezi …

Now, look at the Prezi you made the other day and share it with those in your group. Working together, explore some of the CARP principles and how they function in your Prezi. What might you do differently?