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TTP 2009 Project Gallery

Teach, Think, Play 2009: The Moving Image in the Classroom was both conference and class. To those ends, every person in the class was required to do a final project. The project could take many forms, a final paper, a blog, a podcast, a short film. You'll see the entire range below. The following questions were given to students as guidelines:

1. Does your project relate to the conference theme of “the moving image in the classroom?”
2. Does your work connect to the class/presentations/readings?
3. Does your project show evidence that you got some cool ideas from the class/presentations/readings?
4. Is this work useful to you and your teaching, research or artistic practice?
5. Did you do an appropriate amount of work for your credit level?

If the project title does not have a hyperlink that means this student elected not to share their project publicly - however, if the title sounds interesting to you, feel free to contact the author via the Ning as I'm sure they'd love to share. Should you want to use some of these materials in your classroom, please follow best practice and cite/credit the author and their work as your source or inspiration should you use/rewrite their materials. These projects represent a lot of blood, sweat, tears and hysterical laughter that must be respected.

Prologue out of the way, we ask that you enjoy this gallery of fascinating works by the educational artists that participated in this year's event. Feel free to add comments to the projects - especially if you dig it!

Media Circles Using Pixar Short Films
Cheza Al-Kudmani, Sophy Joseph, Mollie Mcallister, Amy Roth

Making Multidisciplinary Connections with Digital Video Narratives for a Web 2.0 Audience
Hilary Behrman

Langston Hughes, Henry Longfellow & Documentary Film (7th Grade)
Jacobe Bell

Beyond Hollywood: An Afterschool Course Syllabus
Kate Burch

PENDING
Regina Casale

5th Grade Unit of Study: The Holocaust
Wynne Callcutt, Blair Chipkin, Daniella Nusblat, Callie Sharkey

Towards Responsive Teaching and Participatory Learning in the 21st Century School: Developing a Multimedia Literacy Program - NING?
Danielle Da Giau

PENDING TITLE INFO/NING?
Diane Dobry

PENDING TITLE INFO/NING?
Leeran Harel

Media Literacy - What is the Truth?
Alex Jones

Julia's ABC Song Finds Its First Images
Julia Kim

GREAT PROJECT - PLEASE POST RATIONALE PAPER AS TEXT IN NING WITH LINK TO COOL BLOG (i.e NO NEED FOR THAT WORD DOC
Alice King

Opera Unit using Media for High School - Jennifer Lee

A Multimodal Approach Garage Band: Shakespearian Music Videos
Yoonkyung Lee

Vietnam & The Moving Image: From Full Metal Jacket to The Things They Carried - POST TO NING?
Alicia Lerman

Melting Clocks and Donald Duck: Discovering Connections Between Dali and Disney
Megan Lucas

Music Video in the Humanities Classroom: A Differentiated Lesson Plan for John Mayer’s “Waiting on the World to Change”
Ann Heilman Murphy

Media Literacy for Girls Resource Page!
Kate Rosenbloom with assistance from Caitlin Nagle

Using Popular Music and Images In the Everyday Classroom
Sean Owens

The Social Significance of Modern Multi-Media Curricula: Towards Construction of Political Awareness Through Global Media Schooling
Dina Paulson

Reading Images: Smashing Pumpkins' "Tonight Tonight," Madonna's "Ray of Light," and Michael Jackson's "Thriller" (6th Grade)- NING?
Virginia Pourakis

HIP HOP & FILM FINAL TITLE?
Lavie Raven

Comic Strips as a Teaching Tool: Using Bitstrip to Explore New Literacies
Arshi Saeed

DROPPED AT JOHN'S OFFICE? TITLE?
Leticia C. Sanchez

Social Studies 2/3 Day Lesson Plan on the Civil Rights Movement (Jr. High)
Cindy Scalone

"Torn Earth" - Teaching Environmental Consciousness through Children's Art and Art Film
Lorne Schussel

The Moving Image in the Art Classroom
Elizabeth So

Vodcast: Why Does Media Production Matter?
Jen Spence

The Importance of Teaching about Moving Images in the Classroom
Jiyean Yoon

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