Results for “Multimodal”
The Dilemma of Copyright and Digital Texts
A guide to properly using copyrighted materials while respecting intellectual property through fair use practices.
Power Users’ Guide
One example of a performance-based self-assessment tool for students engaging with online content, discussions, and multimedia production.
Voice and Composition: Authenticity Through Digital Literacies
Learn how recording written pieces to audio can help students better understand their writing.
Discussing the Digital Writing Workshop
These audio recordings, with annotated highlights, showcase teacher-colleagues sharing their ideas about teaching in a digital writing workshop.
My Block is Beautiful
During these workshops participants learn about the science and practical application of drones and use them to take aerial photos of blocks in their community. They then transform these digital images into works of art.
Assembling Identity: Multimedia Collage Self-Portraits
In this two-session activity, middle school students will create a mixed media, identity-based self-portrait involving collage and sewn circuit components.
Green City Remix
This lesson engages learners in improving their historical thinking skills, building critical understanding of change, and creatively visualizing their learning with hands-on making.
Avonworth Galleries Project
The Pittsburgh Galleries Project is an example of a program in which students design, create, curate, and manage exhibition spaces on a school campus.
Video Game Design
This five-session lesson plan uses a video game design tool called Bloxels to introduce middle-school students to video game design.
New Literacies in an Age of Participatory Culture
Henry Jenkins and Wyn Kelley's Reading in a Participatory Culture documents what happened when Project New Media Literacies brought together a multidisciplinary team of media researchers, designers, and educators to develop and implement new curricular and pedagogical models that bring…
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