Today, I am in a workshop about student creation for assessment. These assessments are flexible and can be used as formative or summative assessments.
Other options for video project creation are described in the presentation.
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Some things to consider in advance:
- Setting up your classroom for effective video recording/presentation.
- Having access to supplies – magazines, paper, crayons, markers, etc.
- This does not have to be expensive. Use what you have on hand to create these videos.
- Use technology for the feedback, too. Google Docs can be a powerful and useful tool for this.
Flexibility is key, but with parameters. Be sure to plan for and allow student choice.