Help wanted – Videos of 21st century classrooms?

Are there videos out there of 21st century classrooms in practice? In other words, has anyone captured what high-level, technology-facilitated pedagogy looks like (or might look like) in action?

If you’ve got a link, please share in the comments area!

11 Responses to “Help wanted – Videos of 21st century classrooms?”

  1. Scott:

    I am from Argentina.

    http://campus.ort.edu.ar/crea/hptablet

    I am not sure if this is what you are looking for.

    There´s a couple of videos and some pictures…

  2. Scott,

    Here’s a website that documents the story of a year-long history project from a grade 7 classroom in Calgary, Alberta. The project used 21st C skills to have students remix historical artifacts to create their own interpretations of Canadian History.

    http://www.galileo.org/initiatives/vmuseum-v1/

    Neil Stephenson

  3. First thing to realize before clicking: this is an Animoto blurb:

    http://nashworld.edublogs.org/2008/09/10/bringing-it-all-together-tpack/

    Animoto is amazing for marketing, but not so hot for real teaching just yet. However, I DID get the e-mail today touting the fact that they have just activated text within the system which should help. But no, not exactly “instructional.”

    I hope the embedded clip there adds a tiny something to your quest. it is certainly no more than a wee sliver. I really… really need to get going on the video scene. If I had a video clip for every amazing lesson I have witnessed as an instructional coach these past three years, I would really have a resource for you!

    Oh well, here’s to great beginnings….

    Sean

  4. This is a video of Mark Lada, teacher at Sarah Banks Middle School (Walled Lake, MI) teaching a 6th grade lesson about electromagnets.
    http://www.mistreamnet.com/videtail.php?who=BP_Electromagnet

  5. Scott,

    We use ustream, IM, and cell phones to create a mock futures exchange in our econ classroom. Customers call in from all over the world to help place orders and participate in the mock trading. We use a blog site for the intro lessons. The kids have a blast. Technology has certainly helped this project. At the end the students understand price discovery, hedging, speculation and the role of futures markets is risk management. Not too bad for a group of 18 year olds.

    video of project here:http://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=pnd+trading&search_type=

    link to class website here: http://www.comtrading.blogspot.com

    All the best,

    Charlie Roy
    Principal
    Peoria Notre Dame High School

  6. Scott,
    We have been trying to document what a 21st century 1:1 classroom looks like and here is a video that was produced in my classroom. Hope it is helpful. There are other videos on the site as a whole.

    http://www.fi.ncsu.edu/1to1/?p=302

    Joselyn Todd
    Middle School Science Dept. Chair
    Cary Academy, NC

  7. Alexandra Hutchison Reply November 12, 2008 at 6:55 pm

    http://www.amdsb.ca/yourschoolsblog07-08.htm#StoneAge

    My teaching partner and I have been involved bringing various types of technology into our classrooms. Above is a link with a short video our board made last year or our classes at work.

  8. The California High Speed Network hosts a selection of videos, including student-created work and video “news stories” about promising practices.
    http://showcase.k12hsn.org

  9. Hi Scott,

    Here is a video I created to spotlight how technology has become infused with our PE (now called Wellness/Health) curriculum.

    The focus is on the use of our new SportWall.

    Here’s the link:
    http://chshowcase.edublogs.org/wellnesshealth/

    Hope this helps…

    Fred
    http://fredkoch.edublogs.org

  10. Hi Scott,
    The link below is to a video about some of the work we do at Lewis Elementary…

  11. Scott,

    Just finished this project for Connectivism course. My son, Alex, helped out. The video represents a project I’m currently doing with my Contemporary Issues students.

    I would be thrilled and honored to have you share this with as many administrators who will listen.

    Wendy

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