Active viewing is great, but it isn't enough. When it comes to videos in the classroom, students shouldn't just get it; they should also have something to say about it. Students need to be active and reactive viewers -- comprehending and critiquing, reading and reacting, getting and giving knowledge. Below you'll find great tools, tips, and strategies for helping to foster both of these essential media-literacy skills.
We want our students to be active viewers. But why stop at comprehension?
Helpful articles and downloadable, printable tip sheets
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From KQED Education, teacher Mariana Garcia Serrato shares these useful tips on using ...Source: KQED Education
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