Tonight's chat is a compilation of ideas, but it started with the video from question 1. I was immediately drawn into the story of the changing of times. It reminded me of a decades project I did in high school. I started thinking about what else could be done. Then I saw a few more video clips along the week that led me to the idea of what can you do with the various examples provided. How can you make them work in your classroom?
Q1 Fashion through the ages - How could you use this to chronicle history, social movements, art, architecture, economic movements? http://goo.gl/YWvHAk #sstlap
More examples on the link above - inspirational video below.
Q2 Hip Hughes grants you 3 wishes - https://goo.gl/Zm1NnC how could you use this concept in your Ss? What content and how use? #sstlap
Q3 At a conference the presenter asked us to take a selfie to demonstrate how we were doing with our comfort or understanding level. I thought it was a great idea. So how can we use student technology to do check in's? This can be faketweets or fake texts for younger kids but concept is the same.
Q3 SELFIE - How can we leverage Ss own tech in your lessons, text, snapchat, selfies? #sstlap
Q4 Art - How can you use art in your lessons? Examples - https://goo.gl/PaOHhE or http://goo.gl/6hl70P or Art trading cards from last chat- #sstlap
Q5 2Pac teaches sociology - How can you use video clips or create your own to explain concepts? How can you turn this over to students? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8s5o7ivNKhg #sstlap
Q6 Confessional Videos - How can you infuse confessional type videos into your lesson plans to have students reflect on their learning process? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EVSNgOMJmno #sstlap
Q7 PAN- We teach History from past to present- What if we flipped the process? Discuss the current reality and then fill in the rest of the story from the beginning. How can you use this strategy with Ss https://goo.gl/HWzqQt#sstlap
Tonight was about taking inspiration from concepts, some can be easily translated into our content area, some we have to be more creative. I hope you share out your incarnations of lesson plans and uses for these concepts you infuse into your curriculum.
Oh and one late edition just because it's awesome video creation and reminds me of ISTE!
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