Monday, April 27, 2015

ED 305 Student Videos

305 students created original videos this semester around the topic P21. View and vote! Let's see who takes first this semester.

Video 1: P21 - Core Competencies
Ashton Cowan, Kassie Miller, Christian Gilliland & Kayla Goad

Video 2: View this video
Reduce, Reuse & Recycle
Rachel Chaparro, Anna Baugher & Lindsay Meyer

Video 3: P21 - Physical Health and Well Being
Morgan Price, Amberlee Benson & Rebekah Duvall

Video 4: P21 Life & Career Skills
Olivia Haley & Mary Fouse

Video 5: P21 Impact - Communicate Clearly
Keri Callahan, Brittany Flemming & Jada Callahan

Video 6: P21 - Diversity
Mallory Hall, Meagan Johnston & Melody Passwater

Video 7: P21 from Classroom to Business & Industry
Katie Shubert & Stephanie Hogan

Who takes first?

ED 305 Awesome Teacher Websites!!

ED 305 students submitted awesome teacher websites this semester. This class is full of "above and beyond" students who will make the best teachers ever! I'm proud of all of them.


Lindsay Meyer:

Saturday, April 25, 2015

ED 307 More Great Videos

Once again, ED 307 students do a great job! This past week 307 students submitted their second presentation about a specifically assigned partnering pedagogy. As usual, all students did a terrific job with the content. The students below did an outstanding job overall - creating visually engaging, content-packed presentations -

Tuesday, April 7, 2015

ED 307 Multimedia Presentations

I have a truly gifted group of ED 307 students this semester....

If asked, I feel certain that each 307 student would state that "ED 307 is a very demanding course." However, these students amazingly meet the challenges of the course, time and time again. I am very proud of each of them, as every student has stepped up in multiple ways throughout the course - I've seen lots of strengths in them that they may not even be aware of.

307s most recent assignment was to construct a multimedia presentation about an assigned partnering methodology. Some of the methodologies are very popular, but others not so much. Regardless, the content presented was very thorough - and I learned a lot of new information by viewing their submissions.

To make the assignment even a bit more difficult - the video standards were set fairly high - requiring students to dig deep and think "outside" the box in regard to presentation format. In my opinion, this was probably the most difficult aspect of the assignment. But again, students really stepped up.

As stated, almost every submission included excellent content coverage, however, the videos below are student submissions that I found most impressive due to the hard work put forth to create a true multimedia viewing experience.
Thanks 307 folks for your continued hard work. Keep it up!