Exhibit your students' stories, essays, speeches, presentations and artwork on video and share the projects on your rvschools youtube channel. It always begins with the writing process, where students are scaffolded through drafts, feedback and revision. Trying to get the words or the script just right. Then the recording, using whatever they have at hand, even if it's their mom or dad's smartphone. Younger students can even have their presentations recorded by their teacher in Zoom or Google Meet. With consent, the edited videos can be shared on a teacher's or school's youtube channel and organized into playlists that serve to connect with community by exhibiting student learning.
Take a closer look at the storytelling process and practice guide for sharing student work in the Rocky View Studio Classroom. In the meantime, check out these examples of #VisualLiteracy that have been created in #rvsed with many more to come the new year! You can see dozens more examples of student video projects in the #rvsed Student Showcase and the RockyTalks playlist gallery on the RVS YouTube Channel.
Check out the Rocky View Studio Bookshelf to inspire ways to Write, Speak & Represent in your classroom!