Using Clips to Reflect on 3D Printing Life Logos

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As a final piece after completing and printing our Life Logo designs, the sixth grade students used the Apple Clips app to create a video where they shared about their project. Students used Clips to show photos/videos of their project, talk about the process of how they designed their key chain, reflect on how they solved problems, and evaluate any improvements they could make. Students came up with lots of creative ways to use Clips to share about their projects. Here are a few examples:

Here is a link to Vimeo where the rest of the videos are posted. (We had a few technical problems with Clips and with posting to Vimeo so a few videos may be missing.)

Disclosure: As a part of the 2016/17 Dremel 3D Idea Builder Ambassadors program, our school received use of a 3D40 printer. If you are interested in learning more about the Dremel Idea Builder 3D40 printer, you may contact https://3dprinter.dremel.com/education-request.  I’d appreciate it if you noted Karen Bosch/this blog post as a referral in the comments/questions section at the bottom of the form.  Thanks!

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Devotion Power Point Self Reflection – 12/16

Students, you did an outstanding job on your PowerPoint presentations! I enjoyed looking at them and hearing your presentations.  Please leave a 3 sentence comment reflecting on what you learned, evaluating yourself, and giving me any suggestions for the project in the future.

  • What new skills did you learn about creating a PowerPoint?
  • What did you learn about ways to design a good and a bad looking presentation?
  • How did you feel about giving your presentation in front of the class?
  • What things would you try to improve next time you make and give a presentation?
  • Do you have any suggestions how the teacher could improve this project for next time?

Thank you for your comment.  It is a part of your daily participation grade.

Psalm Video Project – Self Evaluation/Reflection 9/16

Sixth graders, thanks for your great work on your videos. I am looking forward to watching them!

Please leave a comment of at least 3 sentences, telling about the following things:

  • What did you like about this project? What didn’t you like?
  • What new things did you learn from this unit about copyright and/or iMovie?
  • What parts of your project were the best/strongest? What things do you think you could have improved or done better?
  • What suggestions do you have for Miss Bosch to improve the project for next time?

Remember, first names only! Use your best spelling and grammar skills. Thanks!

When you are done with your comment, here are three tutorials to view which will demonstrate the drawing apps that we are going to use this week. Please watch at least 2 tutorials and decide which app you like better and want to use for your upcoming project. Use your iPad and a stylus to try them out while watching the tutorials and after you are finished watching them.  Then practice and explore using the app you like best.

End of Class Reflection/Evaluation December15

Students, sadly, our class is drawing to an end. Thanks for all your hard work!

Please leave a comment of at least 3 sentences to give me some feedback on the class and also to reflect on your work during the quarter. You may look back at some of the blog posts to refresh your memory, just do not get distracted by them.

  • What new things did you learn from this class?
  • What was your favorite project or activity?
  • What project or activity did you NOT like? Please explain why and give any ideas to make it better.
  • Which project that you made were you proudest of and why?
  • What is something you could have improved in this class?
  • Any other suggestions or ideas for MIss Bosch to make the class better?

Psalm Video Project Reflection/Evaluation November 2015

Students, you did a great job putting your videos together – they are beautiful! To wind up this project, I would like you to do a self evaluation.

Please leave a comment of at least 3 sentences, telling about the following things:

  • What did you like about this project? What didn’t you like?
  • What new things did you learn from this unit about copyright and/or iMovie?
  • What parts of your project were the best/strongest? What things do you think you could have improved or done better?
  • What suggestions do you have for Miss Bosch to improve the project for next time?

When you are done, if you did not get 25 points on your project, you may correct your mistakes and turn it in again so Miss Bosch can publish your project.

Then you may view the videos that are already published posted below. (I will publish more if you make the corrections!)

Psalm Video Project Reflection/Evaluation 2015

Students, you did a great job putting your videos together – they are beautiful! To wind up this project, I would like you to do a self evaluation.

Please leave a comment of at least 3 sentences, telling about the following things:

  • What did you like about this project? What didn’t you like?
  • What new things did you learn from this unit about copyright and/or iMovie?
  • What parts of your project were the best/strongest? What things do you think you could have improved or done better?
  • What suggestions do you have for Miss Bosch to improve the project for next time?

When you are done, if you did not get 25 points on your project, you may correct your mistakes and turn it in again so Miss Bosch can publish your project.

Then you may view the videos that are already published posted below.

End of Year Class Survey

Please click on the link below to take the survey. I appreciate your thoughtful comments and suggestions to help me improve the class for next year!  Thanks, Miss Bosch!

Link to Survey

Sphero Disco Challenge from Messmore Ellementary in Utica
http://bit.ly/1dpWZ7s

It was created by Alex and Will, 2 6th graders who spent their media center time and lunch periods learning about Sphero and making this challenge.

 

Six Words, Six Unique Shots

Last November, I was at a conference where the talented educator and Apple Distinguished Educator Don Goble shared some student examples of his video assignment where students build a video illustrating 6 words with 6 unique shots. His wonderful free One Best Thing Multitouch eBook explains and illustrates this entire project! This assignment was a perfect fit for our multimedia tech class because it provided opportunity for students to work on storyboarding, filming, and editing skills. It allowed for lots of creativity, but also was simple enough to fit into a time frame of a couple weeks.

Students worked in groups of 2 to plan and film their story idea. But then each student downloaded the video clips onto their own computer and edited their own version of the story. It is fun to compare the 2 versions and see how each student chose to interpret the story and edit the clips. Here are the videos from the class and links to the blog posts that the students made to self reflect on their work on this project.

Get Your Head in the Game by Hannah, blogged here

Get Your Head in Game by Alex, blogged here

Restricted by Sin by Erica, blogged here

God’s the Key by Austin, blogged here

Bored, Tired, Longing for the Bell by Monica, blogged here

Bored, Tired by Cyan