Wednesday, March 3, 2010

Teacher Video Challenge from AEP

According to the Association of Educational Publishers (AEP) website:

The annual conference of the Association of Educational Publishers wants to hear from you – the actual educator – about what’s working, not working and needed when it comes to using digital resources and technology in the classroom.

To kick off our first Content in Context event, we’ll highlight 20 teacher-created videos to bring your message directly to our members. We call it our Teacher Video Challenge: Classrooms in the Digital Age.

Tell us what’s on your mind. Just create a two-minute video that gives us your perspective on these three questions:

  • What are you most in need of in order to teach effectively in the digital age?

  • What one request would you make of those who create instructional materials to make them digital-classroom friendly?

  • How would better digital technology and content in the classroom help you and your students?

Answer them any way you want in a video, upload it, and let educational resource creators learn from you. We’ll pick 20 of the videos to highlight in the conference's opening general session, From the Field.

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