iMovie is an amazing tool that many do not take advance of using.
Glen Weibe, (https://twitter.com/glennw98) former Kansas History teacher and now doing professional development full time through the educational service center, ESSDACK. Glen’s blog, History tech, is full of great resources each day, but today, his post is full of good ideas for using iMovie. I think you will find it inspirational and maybe give you an idea for using iMovie in your course. I have also included a resource for learning to use iMovie. Our students learn iMovie in DED 318.
Teaching with Movies: 20 tools for integrationby glenn weibe on February 18, 2015
Four times a year, I get the opportunity to work with 25-30 classroom teachers as part of an ongoing professional learning community. We chat about all sorts of things. Video games. Primary sources. Technology integration. Literacy standards.
Today, we spent the morning chatting with Don Gifford, KSDE social studies guru, about the upcoming state assessment and sharing strategies for encouraging discipline-specific writing skills. Evidence-based terms. Writing prompts. Good stuff.
We started by spliting up into two imaginary groups – parents and teachers. Each researched the following question:
Should movies be part of the instructional practice in a social studies classroom? (any classroom)
Read the full story: https://historytech.wordpress.com/2015/02/18/teaching-with-movies-2015/