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Cyndy Harrison
19:39
Hello from New Braunfels, TX
Karen North
19:39
Houston
Scott Snyder
19:47
Good afternoon from central Pennsylvania.
Deloris Eure-Nutt
19:54
Hello! Deloris Eure-Nutt from Portsmouth, VA
Barbara Finlay
20:16
Hello from Norther Maine
Paul Hardy
20:30
Hello from Michigan!
Al Thomas
20:37
Link to the slides: https://educopilot.link/iste1mindoc
Kim Goode
20:38
Hello from Denver, Colorado!
Lauren Kocher | She/Her - ISTE
20:40
Welcome, everyone!
Larisa Schelkin
20:40
Greetings from Boston! @GlobalSTEMClass
Lydia Croupe
21:30
Hello Al! I’m excited to learn from you today:).
Lancy Collins
22:07
a non-fiction video
Dr. Soren Ashmall
22:11
a reflection of life
Laura Leonard
22:12
A video that is informational
Debbie Tannenbaum
22:12
An informational video about a topic
Terry Stewart
22:15
history
Carrie Bauer
22:15
A story about life
Becki Schulz
22:15
tells a story
Torrey Trust
22:16
A boring overview of a topic
Randy Nothdorf
22:18
Informative summary of a topic
Elizabeth Nye Di Cataldo
22:19
That is based on facts
LeAnne Teruya
22:19
informative non-fiction
Julie Payne
22:19
a quick shot of information
Lydia Croupe
22:20
documentary: true life narrative
Linda Coburn
22:20
tells a story of life
Donna Brown
22:21
piece based on real life experiences
Ellen Brandt
22:21
A true story
Kathleen Pitvorec
22:22
A story told from a particular point of view based on videotaping reality
Abby Manahan
22:22
Documenting a topic in real life
Jen Giffen
22:23
Non fiction account on a topic of importance to the film maker
Kat Crawford
22:24
A video definition
Robert Mayben
22:24
Rattle and Hum
Leigh Zeitz
22:24
It is a story about a specific event, person, or place
Sue McKenna
22:25
Film that tells information about a given topic
Robin McLean
22:27
Video that shares key ideas on a nonfiction topic
Sarah Ray
22:28
Documented reality.
Larisa Schelkin
22:29
A short-film devoted to a cause or an event
DeNeene Henderson
22:29
Informative video
John D'Andrea
22:32
Video record
Mindy Johnson
22:33
A true story with true voices from the story
Leigh Zeitz
22:42
Cosmos
Jen Giffen
22:43
13th
Donna Brown
22:44
RBG!
Cara Montrois
22:45
The War Room!
Ellen Brandt
22:45
selma
LeAnne Teruya
22:46
Sand Wars
Sue McKenna
22:49
NOVA
Lauren Kocher | She/Her - ISTE
22:49
A reminder about the chat: be sure to change the drop-down from "all panelists" to "all panelists and attendees" so we're all part of the same conversation
Abby Manahan
22:51
most recently The Social Dilemma
Becki Schulz
22:51
Wordplay
DeNeene Henderson
22:51
Nina SImone
HelenaMarie Stevens
22:54
Anything bu Ken Burns
Lancy Collins
22:55
I love American Experience on PBS!
Don Shegog
22:55
Super Size Me
Timothy Taylor
22:58
Any Ken Burns material
Cyndy Harrison
22:59
RBG was excellent, but have to say “The Last Dance"
Gary Cipinko
22:59
The Biggest Little farm
Kat Crawford
23:00
Louder Than a Bomb
Julie Payne
23:00
Jane Pittman
Linda Coburn
23:03
Geological journey
Emily Jensen
23:05
Fast Food Nation
Rush Hambleton
23:10
Who Killed the Electric Car
Debbie Kemp-Jackson
23:11
The Netflix one about Nina Simone
Cindy Minnich
23:16
Louder Than a Bomb
Sarah Ray
23:16
My Octopus Teacher.
DeNeene Henderson
23:18
Super Size Me
Sarah Rich
23:19
The Game Changers
Paul Hardy
23:25
13th Man
Elizabeth Nye Di Cataldo
23:32
My octopus teacher was amazing!
Lauren Kocher | She/Her - ISTE
24:30
Link to the slides again: https://educopilot.link/iste1mindoc
Ammara Osama
26:51
Hello everyone
Elizabeth Nye Di Cataldo
27:22
Awesome!
Ellen Brandt
27:40
Innovation and Creativity is undervalued.
Donna Brown
28:30
I’m a singer/songwriter, and whenever it finds me, I’m delighted and replenished. I try to help my students find their creativity.
Lesley Johnson
31:15
I think 60 second docs is on Snapchat, too 😊
Kat Crawford
31:18
More tires than trees!!!!!
Kathleen Gradel
31:35
Tires have great use off of vehicles.
Sally Burnett
31:44
Garbage is gold
Elizabeth Nye Di Cataldo
31:48
I've visited his site It's stuffing
Lesley Johnson
31:59
NM has a lot of desert, so it makes sense to use tires and cans to craete
Paul Hardy
31:59
Ooooh multi-discipline sustainable buildings
Regina Kenton
32:00
Never been a place that didn’t have tires, cans, and bottles wow
Julie Payne
32:00
Recycling!
Lesley Johnson
32:01
*create
Scott Snyder
32:05
Value in throw-aways
Laurie Hansen
32:13
Garbage is gold!
Ellen Brandt
32:16
Wow! What an excellent way to repurpose garbage
Jackson Blossom
32:16
More tires than trees!
Sarah Rich
32:16
Building houses out of bottles
Vanessa Miller
32:18
How beautiful the walls were
Scott Snyder
32:19
Yes, more tires than trees
Cara Montrois
32:20
more tires than trees 🌳
Elizabeth Nye Di Cataldo
32:24
As a librarian, what are the documented facts?
Deloris Eure-Nutt
32:24
More tires than trees
Jen Kassimer
32:24
We all have tires, bottles.
Deedra Hillard
32:26
More tires than trees. Wow
Lydia Croupe
32:26
Understanding a variety of scientific systems to make it all work
Kathleen Pitvorec
32:27
Throw-aways can be beautiful
DeNeene Henderson
32:27
Beautiful design
Sue McKenna
32:28
There are more tires than trees on earth
Amy Pleet-Odle
32:28
Building houses out of "trash"!!!
Ciane Grossman
32:28
What we can do with tires
Donna Brown
32:29
Love his ability to see new possibilities.
Paula Gehrett
32:30
I would have a lot of questions for him!
Cyndy Harrison
32:31
just the massive amount of garbage
Edgar Monterroso
32:32
How we can use things to do something new
HelenaMarie Stevens
32:33
Loved the design
Leigh Zeitz
32:34
I couldn’t tell, was he living in a tire house?
Rush Hambleton
32:35
Inspiring - easy to grasp the concept. Leaves me wanting more.
Sarah Ray
32:37
I like the reality and humanity of the people in documentaries. No makeup...
Mary McMahon-Chappell
32:40
how cans can provide structure that works in architecture
Beth Cramer
32:41
mindset about garbage
Regina Kenton
32:41
The walls with bottles was brilliant in thinking about not just being useful but beautiful
Debbie Kemp-Jackson
32:44
I think it's a great message to send students that recycling is the future- reuse instead of buying more STUFF!
Sue McKenna
32:46
The buildings using recycled materials were very artistic
LeAnne Teruya
32:54
definitely makes me want to know more!
Regina Kenton
32:55
The walls with bottles was brilliant in thinking about not just being useful but beautiful
Sally Burnett
33:51
Do you have a favorite story board template?
Sarah Rich
34:02
I love doing this with them. So beneficial
Debbie Tannenbaum
34:07
What ages do you have make these 60 sec documentaries?
C Lauder
34:09
Race, climate, weather, SEL, etc
Scott Perloff
34:10
Many rivers to cross for the image on the left.
Lancy Collins
34:16
Community relations
Kim Goode
34:18
fatherhood
Cyndy Harrison
34:20
Left - a man showing his child something new
Jackson Blossom
34:22
Right: A BLM protest?
Julie Payne
34:22
Being confronted; feeling attacked
James Campbell
34:23
On the shoulders of GIANTS
Laurie Hansen
34:23
The picture on the left. What's the relationship between the adult and child?
Vanessa Miller
34:25
I can see the men in the foreground with what looks like police uniforms on
Kathleen Gradel
34:25
youngsters taking the lead
Amy Pleet-Odle
34:25
Daddy sharing an event with his child
Kim Goode
34:27
life of a young teen
DeNeene Henderson
34:27
Image #2 - What led to this?
HelenaMarie Stevens
34:28
Black Dads are around
Lesley Johnson
34:29
What tools are COPPA and FERPA compliant for the creation of these documentaries
Beth Cramer
34:30
Generations/family ties
Lydia Croupe
34:31
Family relationships/dynamics
Julie Payne
34:34
being a single parent
Ellen Brandt
34:34
Our lives changed so dramatically last year! Suddenly we all are wearing masks
Abby Manahan
34:38
confrontation, seeing something, lifting up
Cat Nostrand
34:38
Peaceful confrontation
Sarah Ray
34:39
The image on the left feels like a father introducing his child to the world. The black and white colors personify the good and bad of the world for this family.
Jen Giffen
34:39
Standing up from what you believe in
Terry Stewart
34:39
Dad and son viewing a site. Would want to know where and what?
Kat Crawford
34:40
Each generation gets to level up from the last…
Mary McMahon-Chappell
34:41
A father is lifting his child to see something. What is he teaching the child about?
Vanessa Miller
34:41
girl in background looks like she is protesting
Paula Gehrett
34:42
It looks like the woman is standing in front of the police.
Scott Snyder
34:43
Left6: Raising someone up; getting a new perspective
Kim Goode
34:44
looking forward and continuing your life
Jen Kassimer
34:49
Capacity to feel love and empathy for another human
Regina Kenton
34:50
Father is holding us his son so they can have the same experience. What does he want to make sure his son sees?
Donna Brown
34:50
Who is she, and why does she appear nervous.
Sarah Mamaril
34:51
what is the wider picture?
Vanessa Miller
34:55
I Want to know what the adult and child are watching togehter
Frances Peterson Murray
34:56
Man showing his daughter the sunset
Paul Hardy
34:58
Left - would the context of the picture change its meaning?
John D'Andrea
35:04
Observation
Will Austin
35:18
Imagining growth…the woman on the right is the child on the left
Sally Burnett
35:20
I just love on the left that the point of view of the photographer - we don't usually derive meaning from the view of the back of individuals
Sue McKenna
35:20
Father and child at a performance/concert
Jen Giffen
36:15
computer
Torrey Trust
36:16
The first computer
Paul Hardy
36:16
A computer
Lydia Croupe
36:17
A computer!
Donna Brown
36:17
computer
Laurie Hansen
36:18
computer
Cyndy Harrison
36:18
mainframe computer
DeNeene Henderson
36:18
Computer
Terry Stewart
36:19
moving a piano
Lancy Collins
36:20
Moving computers
Becky Morris
36:21
Data confiscation
Scott Snyder
36:21
Mainframe
Vanessa Miller
36:22
yes - ONE computer
Paula Gehrett
36:22
An early computer
Kat Crawford
36:23
The first super computer
Beth Cramer
36:23
AI
Regina Kenton
36:23
server
James Campbell
36:23
Piano
Tiffaney Trella
36:24
First computer
Torrey Trust
36:25
Robot!
Sue McKenna
36:25
Early computer
Ciane Grossman
36:26
server
Ammara Osama
36:26
Computer
Sally Burnett
36:26
A super computer
Sarah Ray
36:30
The age of technology.
Isabel Bustindui
36:32
A flash drive
Ellen Brandt
36:40
Cars show that this was from a long time ago
Sally Burnett
36:44
main frame
Mindy Johnson
36:45
amazing
Amy Pleet-Odle
36:46
IBM sponsored moving an baby elephant
Regina Kenton
36:48
whoa
Paula Gehrett
36:55
OMG!
Ammara Osama
36:55
Wow
Sally Burnett
36:56
Whoa
Terry Stewart
36:56
oh my goodness
Elizabeth Nye Di Cataldo
36:59
what year?
HelenaMarie Stevens
37:17
Checking out the background information
Jen Giffen
37:41
Date around…LOL
Mindy Johnson
38:18
One of my favorite quotes: Date the app, marry the ability.
Lauren Kocher | She/Her - ISTE
38:37
LOL Mindy!
Sally Burnett
38:43
@Mindy - amen!
Mindy Johnson
38:44
;)
Regina Kenton
38:45
Yes @mindy!
Sarah Rich
38:54
Sometimes w/ privacy and IT demands teachers are limited to certain applications. Rather than the ones we wish they could use.
Rush Hambleton
39:01
:)
HelenaMarie Stevens
39:21
Adobe Education site has 60 second doc class - great course
Sarah Rich
39:34
Oh neat!
Elizabeth Nye Di Cataldo
41:26
Premiere is a great tool that my kids use regularly!
Sally Burnett
41:31
@HelenaMarie Stevens - thanks for the info!
Debbie Tannenbaum
41:41
Could you do this in Adobe Spark too?
Regina Kenton
41:55
+1 @Debbie
Kathleen Gradel
42:08
Adobe Spark is way functional
Karen North
42:14
Jane Goodall’s Master Class has an excellent lesson on creating documentaries. All are excellent examples, but lesson on communication builds on what learning here. https://www.masterclass.com/classes/jane-goodall-teaches-conservation/chapters/communication: https://www.masterclass.com/classes/jane-goodall-teaches-conservation/chapters/communication
Sydney Beauchamp
42:37
Can you separate sound from image like premier pro?
Stacy George
42:45
Is adobe rush a paid subscription? Or free?
HelenaMarie Stevens
44:06
When you take the course at Adobe Education the subscription is free just for the course
Paula Gehrett
44:13
That is a great feature!
Leora James
44:25
Very cool feature!
Leora James
44:53
Very cool feature!
Karen North
45:17
Can you put the link to the slides in the chat again? Thanks.
Lauren Kocher | She/Her - ISTE
45:30
Slides!: https://educopilot.link/iste1mindoc
Ellen Brandt
46:16
Thank you, This is a great resource
Debbie Tannenbaum
46:18
Do you have any examples with lower elementary grades?
Jen Kassimer
46:41
This is great PD!
Regina Kenton
48:38
I was just thinking about this Debbie. I wonder if we focus on telling a story with pictures and we capture? Wondering what’s developmentally appropriate or the affordance for 1st-3rd grade?
Debbie Tannenbaum
49:12
Regina, I would love to connect and collaborate on ideas- @TannenbaumTech on Twitter
C Lauder
49:13
Did they create a storyboard or need to create a storyboard?
Regina Kenton
50:19
Sure! @iCoachKenton.. +1 @C Lauder
bob Kahn
50:43
Remember too, that the produce is the students and not yours as the teacher. I sometimes have difficulty not imposing my own preferences on my students work and I have to remind myself that it is theirs, not mine.
bob Kahn
50:57
Product, not produce
Abby Manahan
51:15
I love this approach because the storyboard piece seems to be an obstacle to the completion of the process. sTudents think they have to be good at drawing to make a storyboard and that can get in the way of telling their story.
Kim Goode
51:23
I had my preschoolers work with the class camera, document something (life of an ant, what's going on in the dramatic play center, the different carpets in the center - I had an odd group of kiddos (maybe because I was an odd teacher!!)) a decade ago and then together we would make a book or a slideshow. I imagine you can do so much more with the technology we have now!
Kim Goode
51:47
I had my preschoolers work with the class camera, document something (life of an ant, what's going on in the dramatic play center, the different carpets in the center - I had an odd group of kiddos (maybe because I was an odd teacher!!)) a decade ago and then together we would make a book or a slideshow. I imagine you can do so much more with the technology we have now!
Elizabeth Nye Di Cataldo
52:07
How do we discern between conjecture and fact?
Elizabeth Nye Di Cataldo
52:32
I want these voices, but we need to take care of this
bob Kahn
53:08
@Elizabeth- have them create a bibliography.
Elizabeth Nye Di Cataldo
53:09
I teach AI...deep fakes...
Karen North
53:20
Shoot Cameras not guns! Love this but policy needs to be changed so this is part of accountability.
Elizabeth Nye Di Cataldo
53:24
Yes please! I'm a librarian
Regina Kenton
53:45
That was so powerful!❤️
C Lauder
53:48
@Karen. I like that quote.
DeNeene Henderson
54:07
Thanks for the "Activity Suggested Steps". I can build on it and encompass Steps 1-4 as pre-production including storyboarding & treatments; Step 5 as production including setup and direction; and Step 6-8 as post production.
Karen North
55:14
I have been using cameras in my classroom since buying a Mavica camera - now this is history.
Vanessa Miller
56:03
I have to go. This was great. Thank you!
Donna Brown
56:46
@Karen—I remember my Sony Mavica:)
Sally Burnett
57:34
Can the link for the Activity Suggested Steps be reposted? TY
Larisa Schelkin
58:33
What about privacy?
Catherine Ousselin
58:41
One major idea we as educators need to support is blending traditional writing tasks (compositions, research papers) with the visual exposition. We can weave the skills & products together. Many times, Ts don’t bring this option to the table because the skills are not in unit plans, standards, or state tests. We can model & produce language outcomes in multiple ways.
Catherine Ousselin
58:53
One major idea we as educators need to support is blending traditional writing tasks (compositions, research papers) with the visual exposition. We can weave the skills & products together. Many times, Ts don’t bring this option to the table because the skills are not in unit plans, standards, or state tests. We can model & produce language outcomes in multiple ways.
Karen North
59:20
@Donna - I still have my Mavica - want to do a 1-minute documentary on this history?
Will Austin
59:59
Don’t copy that floppy.
Donna Brown
01:00:04
@Karen Wow! I’m impressed you still have it. Mine had a floppy disc—same?
Catherine Ousselin
01:00:34
Thank you for including multiple languages. Do you need assistance with others?
Ciane Grossman
01:01:10
@Sally https://docs.google.com/document/d/1rc-60Rcj0n56NrpoGMMCDns86KI89xZK0tplPRNFMe0/copy
Karen North
01:01:28
@Donna Yes, and I still have floppies and an Apple IIE. When I was in the classroom my tech students got it working.
Will Austin
01:01:54
Thank you!
Sally Burnett
01:02:07
@Ciane TY TY!
Larisa Schelkin
01:02:15
Can you talk about privacy issues? Thanks!
DeNeene Henderson
01:02:21
LOL - Don’t copy that floppy.
Karen North
01:02:26
@Donna - here is a documentary I made with photos from the Mavica: https://cscurriculum.shutterfly.com/58
HelenaMarie Stevens
01:02:44
Excellent site!
Ammara Osama
01:02:54
ACE is great
Donna Brown
01:02:57
@Karen Awesome, thanks!
Elizabeth Nye Di Cataldo
01:03:11
This is great! Thank you!!
Ammara Osama
01:03:23
Thank you
Regina Kenton
01:03:29
This has been super helpful and informative and encouraging!
Scott Perloff
01:03:46
Thank you Al!
bob Kahn
01:03:47
Thank you so much, Al. This has been really great.
Edgar Monterroso
01:03:49
How do we get the slides?
Laura Sawyer
01:03:50
This was a great webinar- one of my favorites this year ;p. So many things we can share with our teachers!
Dr. Soren Ashmall
01:03:54
Thank you, Al!
Karen North
01:04:04
How can we make creating documentary as part of accountability to reduce use of testing and increase PBL.
Will Austin
01:04:06
Best zoom time I’ve spent this year ;)
Lauren Kocher | She/Her - ISTE
01:04:14
Slides here: https://educopilot.link/iste1mindoc
Regina Kenton
01:04:16
For real!
Edgar Monterroso
01:04:53
@Lauren, thank you!
Tiffaney Trella
01:04:53
This is amazing! Thank you so much for sharing this activity and the process
Larisa Schelkin
01:05:10
Can you please talk about privacy issues? Thanks!
Donna Brown
01:05:19
Thank you so much! Great presentation:)
Regina Kenton
01:06:05
Thanks for the push Al! This has been great!
Laurie Hansen
01:06:06
This is just what I needed to get me out of prepping for state testing. We've got to give more opportunities for creativity.
Catherine Ousselin
01:06:23
We use MySchoolAvatar app to support students who are not ready/comfortable being on camera. Edit the multiple clips in Adobe/WeVideo.
Larisa Schelkin
01:06:39
Great webinar! THANK YOU!
Paul Hardy
01:07:00
Awesome webinar thank you!!!
Julie Payne
01:07:04
I did my dissertation on digital citizenship. I found that there are very few teachers teaching this in the classroom. It is a need!
Catherine Ousselin
01:07:23
Exactly, Laurie! We concentrate so much on state testing that we loose out on developing deeper connections to student voice.
HelenaMarie Stevens
01:08:21
Thank you!
Catherine Ousselin
01:08:29
We model the practices: ask permission before taking pictures.
Karen North
01:08:29
@Julie - can I can get a copy of your dissertation? The few teachers is the problem - have been there for decades. How do we make part of accountability?
Laurie Hansen
01:08:42
WeVideo is great for student privacy and what we use. Using Storyboard mode simplifies it for younger students.
Catherine Ousselin
01:09:08
ACTFL teacher org can help with translations.
Ciane Grossman
01:09:32
Great ideas shared here!~ Thanks Al! 😃
LeAnne Teruya
01:09:38
Thanks—I feel so inspired!
Will Austin
01:09:40
!!
Karen North
01:09:43
Can you ask my question on accountability using videos?
Sally Burnett
01:09:46
Thank you Al, Angela, Lauren and all my colleagues in the chat for sharing your inspiration, insight and resources.
Gary Cipinko
01:09:46
Thank you!
Julie Payne
01:09:47
@Karen yes email me
Kat Crawford
01:09:47
Incredible!!!!
Kim Walter
01:09:47
Thanks for the great ideas.
Cyndy Harrison
01:09:50
This has been excellent! Thank you!
Cindy Minnich
01:09:52
Thank you!
Cara Montrois
01:09:54
The materials presented are so accessible and realistic. I can do this TOMORROW.
Raymond Mitchel Africa
01:09:55
Thank you so much.
Barbara Liedahl
01:09:55
Thank you for a great session!
Laura Sawyer
01:09:57
Thank you!! Leaving inspired for sure!
C Lauder
01:09:58
Thank you.
Michael Brooke
01:09:58
Thank you.
Larisa Schelkin
01:09:59
THANK YOU!!
Elizabeth Nye Di Cataldo
01:09:59
Thank you!
Edgar Monterroso
01:10:00
This was great! Time was well spent!
Will Austin
01:10:02
Thank you all!
Carrie Bauer
01:10:03
Thank you!
Laurie Hansen
01:10:04
Thank you!
Monica Vassiliou
01:10:04
Thank you
Scott Snyder
01:10:05
Manythanks!
Catherine Ousselin
01:10:05
Is there a YouTube channel we can tag with out student videos?
DeNeene Henderson
01:10:07
Thank You!!!
Lydia Croupe
01:10:09
Thank you! This was awesome.
Deloris Eure-Nutt
01:10:10
Thank You!
Silviya Bobekova
01:10:14
Do you need Bulgarian? Thanks a lot! Outstanding!
Linda Coburn
01:10:15
thanks a lot of great ideas
Barbara Finlay
01:10:16
Thank you!
Paula Gehrett
01:10:18
Thank you for all the information! Short and Sweet!!!
Amalia Liogas
01:10:23
Thank you. This was excellent.
Lauren Kocher | She/Her - ISTE
01:10:26
https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/ExpertWebinars
Catherine Ousselin
01:10:29
Many thanks for this presentation.
Angela Popplewell
01:10:34
Bulgarian would be amazing, yes thank you!
Al Thomas
01:10:40
Thanks for joining!
Maria Carrera
01:10:41
Thank you!!
Diana Abukazam
01:10:48
Thank you!
Linda Coburn
01:10:49
Lots of opportunities for student driven learning
Lauren Kocher | She/Her - ISTE
01:10:53
https://www.iste.org/membership/become-a-member
Larisa Schelkin
01:11:06
THANK YOU, Lauren, Al and Angela!!
Catherine Ousselin
01:11:08
ISTE is creating stronger connections with World Language educators. Hurray!
Lauren Kocher | She/Her - ISTE
01:11:21
https://iste.zoom.us/webinar/register/4316177244744/WN_rGHn_E6TRc2ioEbDEg9h9A
Julie Payne
01:11:22
Enjoyed this very much!