Thursday, February 5, 2015

Adobe Education Exchange: Flipped Classroom Example

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Visit the Adobe Education Exchange this month to explore how one teacher is successfully flipping his classroom, learn the art of storytelling to create excellent video projects, and guide students to write a story, illustrate it, and produce a final, clean 12-page book.

Mel Wolverson is this month’s featured educator. She is an IT Trainer at the University of Missouri where she covers everything from Adobe products, photography, web design, and social media.

My Flipped Classroom experience

Watch this video, created as part of the Adobe Generation Professional: Video course, about one teachers’ experience with flipping his classroom. In his video, Mark Janke explains why he does it, how he does it, and shares the results. It’s a “flipped report on flipped learning.” And after 2 years the experiment is working – watch and see how.
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The Art of Storytelling 1: Steps of a Story

Storytelling is at the heart of the video making process. Use these steps, found in Alexander MacKendrick's On Filmmaking: The Craft of the Director, as a great method and process for deconstructing the stories we love and as an outline for building new ones.
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Story Book

In this lesson students write a story, illustrate it, and produce a 12-page book. The lesson includes instructions, a template for pre-production sketches, rubrics, templates for the "Story Cubes", and InDesign templates for printed and digital versions of the project. The project can be done completely by hand, using Illustrator and printed out, or the final product can be a product viewed digitally - it is up to you and the students.
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Mel Wolverson

Mel is an IT Trainer at the University of Missouri. She teaches faculty, staff, and students through a range of hands-on lessons, demo classes, and online training sessions that cover Adobe products, web design, the iPad, and social media. Check out the YouTube video tutorials Mel has created and shared - they can help you and your students learn products such as Photoshop, Lightroom, and Dreamweaver.
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