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
5. Did you do an appropriate amount of work for your credit
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!