I am quite interested in some of the work going on in this community, and how video in general can make an impact. I wonder if a few of you would be game for joining this roundtable hangout on creating and sharing video in the classroom to shift practice. Let me know if you have questions about it.
Originally shared by Ben Wilkoff
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Whether it is the creation of a couple screencasts, the capturing a lesson in your classroom, or simply reflecting upon your practice, the process of creating and sharing those videos have the power to shift practice and possibilities for teachers and students across the board.
Roundtable Purpose: Video in the classroom can either be an empowering force for student and teacher voice or it can be a mind-numbing expansion of the lecture into bite-size chunks without deeper learning. It is our goal in this roundtable to explore the former.
1. Any teacher that is interested in using screencasts, classroom/lesson capture, and/or other teacher-created video within their classroom to shift their practice.
2. Any teacher/leader that is interested in furthering their reflective practice and collaboration in using and sharing video.