Student video projects: Promoting critical and creative thinking. Part 2: Video production

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Fri, 03/04/2011 - 2:00pm - 4:00pm

Student video projects: Promoting critical and creative thinking
Are you interested in having your students create video projects, but don’t know how to start? In these interactive workshops, participants will explore the fundamentals—pedagogical and technological—of incorporating student video projects into their teaching. In the first session, we will focus on pedagogy and assessment, while in thesecond session we will focus on the hands-on production of video. In both sessions we will address common challenges and concerns associated with student video projects.  Participants may register for one or both sessions.

Session 2:  Video Production Overview
Date:  Friday, March 4th, 2011
Time: 2:00-4:00pm
Location:  Library Lower-level B238
Enrollment limit:   15
Workshop facilitators:  Julie RudderClaire Stewart

Registration is required:  REGISTER HERE.
Session 1:  Pedagogy and Assessment
Date:  Wednesday, March 2nd, 2011
Time: 2:00-4:00pm
Location:  Library Forum Room
Enrollment limit:   20
Workshop facilitators:  Susanna Calkins


This workshop is part of the annual Teaching, Learning & Technology workshop series.  The Teaching, Learning & Technology workshops are designed to help faculty, post-docs and graduate students consider how technology can impact teaching and learning.  Participants will be introduced to current technologies and meet staff who are technology, pedagogy, and information specialists at Northwestern University.