Lecture and Storytelling with Technology
Prepares high-impact lecture/digital story materials using essential teaching/learning methods, curriculum, & educational technology terms & phrases; critiques others' lecture/digital story materials according to best practices for teaching & learning and the meaningful & appropriate use of current & emerging technologies; and curates a collection of tools/technologies/resources for use in the creation, storage, & distribution of multi-media-rich lecture materials & digital stories. [0.5]Additional Details
An original multimedia lecture/digital story/virtual field trip that incorporates essential teaching/learning methods, curriculum, and educational technology terms and phrases to help accomplish specific educational goals and outcomes. The video is: a minimum of 3 minutes in length; accessible for most learners with either text-based transcripts or text-captioning included; is hosted online and available to the badge host and peers at CU.
(cont.) The video is also viewable on a variety of desktop and mobile devices and via multiple operating systems, such as iOS, Android, Windows-PC; accompanied by a either the associated lesson plan(s) or a brief description of the learning context and identification of related goals and outcomes.
A critique of no fewer than three multimedia lectures or digital stories made by other educators. Notes how well each: modeled or demonstrated best practices in teaching and learning; and made meaningful and appropriate use of current and emerging technologies. Includes a brief description and the complete URL of each.
A brief review of no fewer than 10 tools, technologies, and resources that can be used in the creation, storage, and distribution of multi-media-rich lecture materials and digital stories. Includes the following for each: the full name and identification of any parent or partner tools and technologies; a brief description of at least one potential use for the item within a specific learning context; an identification of no fewer than three potential strengths/limitations; and a URL.