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The Benefits of Using Moviemaking in Your Classroom with Jessica Pack – Easy EdTech Podcast 131

In this episode, ISTE author and California Teacher of the Year Jessica Pack joins me to discuss bringing moviemaking into any subject area with students at any grade level. You’ll also hear some of Jessica’s favorite strategies and creation tools along with the brain science of storytelling and social emotional benefits of moviemaking in the classroom!

This week’s podcast episode is all about moviemaking and I’m so excited to have ISTE author Jessica Pack join me today. It was so much fun hearing her inside suggestions and advice for bringing moviemaking into the work you do in any subject area with students at any grade  level.  During our conversation we talked about some favorite strategies, some different tools and you hear us mention her new book which comes out in October. I’ve added the link to the book where you’re listening to this episode so you can check it out and learn more about Jessica’s work. Let’s go ahead and dive into today’s conversation!

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Moviemaking Tips

  • First, use moviemaking as an artifact of learning.
  • Next, pair moviemaking with experiential learning.
  • Then, exploration can be a capstone of learning.
  • Finally, use a lesson frame to set up students for success.
Hear some of Jessica Pack's favorite moviemaking strategies and creation tools along with the brain science of storytelling.

Sponsored by Hello PLATO

This episode is sponsored by Hello PLATO. Hello PLATO is an AI-powered teaching platform that delivers teachers’ lessons and quizzes to students via messaging like Whatsapp and SMS. Students love that they can learn on their phones, guided by a friendly and safe AI bot that feels like a teacher’s assistant. Teachers love that lesson creation is easy and quick. And administrators love that the solution can reach students with no wifi at home, increasing educational equity. Hello PLATO’s web based creator tool comes in a free version for teachers and paid version for schools and districts. Teachers can sign up to use Hello PLATO for free at https://helloplato.com/pilot/

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Blog Author and EdTech Consultant Dr. Monica Burns

Monica Burns

Dr. Monica Burns is a former classroom teacher, Author, Speaker, and Curriculum & EdTech Consultant. Visit her site ClassTechTips.com for more ideas on how to become a tech-savvy teacher.

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