1. #16 - Multimedia Definitions

    Create an image using a vocabulary word. Let students add links with photos, videos, text or even webpages that demonstrate the meaning. For example could link to an audio file with pronunciation an audio or text file using it in a sentence a video and/or photo that demonstrates the meaning. I chose the word “Perseverance.”

     
  2. #11 - I Can Do It Better Now

    Document progress in a skill or competency. For example, reading fluency: Record samples of a student reading at different times over the year and add those with dates and progress notes or use video clips of motor skills, etc. I chose Ashrita Furman who specializes in improving on his previous achievements - or as he says, “Self-Transcendence.”

     
  3. #2 - Create an Interactive Report


    Ask students to locate and download a Creative Commons image that best illustrates the general topic of the report; for example, the heart, Slovenia, a myth, a painting by an artist, a photo or illustration of a famous person, a map. They should create a tag with the citation for the image. Then add information as appropriate: Short audio clips recorded and uploaded to Soundcloud, Primary source documents, Podcasts or speeches, Video about the topic, A Google doc or presentation they’ve created. I chose Australia.

     
  4. #1 - Getting to Know You


    Ask students to take photos of one another or draw self-portraits using an online drawing tool. Each student should upload his/her image and add tags to help others get to know him or her.  For example, create a tag or link to a photo, video, or audio file to describe his/her: Favorite subjects, Hobbies or sports, Ancestry, Map with places they’ve lived or visited, Favorite song, band or group, Favorite TV show, website, or game. For this example I chose Clark Kent.