Paul Hardt's Blog (6)

The Wait (WEIGHT)

As summer winds down, I am once again excited about what technology has to offer, -especially in education. I love the interactive white boards, updated phone systems, and of course internet open source software. I locate these at home on my home computer and excitedly develop and share and swap ideas with other like-minded people online. But when I return to the workplace, the filter blocks these sites, or ITT just can't make them function within the network, "configuration issues" . Then… Continue

Added by Paul Hardt on August 29, 2009 at 9:30am — 3 Comments

Feedback on feedback: Classroom 2.0 and Vid Snacks

Let me tell you just one of the values of the Classroom 2.0 and Vid Snacks community here on Ning. Not long ago I posted a blog, “The World is Watching”. My point was that students needed to understand what they were creating with video would be seen outside the school or the local community. As usual in the classroom setting, the explanation of TEAM received the usual head nods or stares, but when students actually began getting responses from the global community, immediately change occurred.… Continue

Added by Paul Hardt on February 1, 2008 at 7:36am — No Comments

From Narrowcasting to Broadcasting

Last week was a busy digital content acquisition week for me. Eh, I shot a lot of video. I had eleven year old students in preproduction researching and writing copy for a mid-December webcast while others were directing and producing the on-camera talent for the taping of the next weekly Good Morning Eastview. In addition, 5th grade students helped shoot a school musical, but not after we produced and…

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Added by Paul Hardt on January 1, 2008 at 7:26am — 2 Comments

The World is Watching!

I am a regular education classroom teacher, and I’m trying to engage the students. By using technology and media we have the opportunity to have our produced content actually meet an interactive audience. So off we went. This particular class has “bought into” their education more than others and I wondered why. I wondered, what makes this class more responsive learners? Even though I have integrated a lot of media and technology over the years, this is the first year I have made our… Continue

Added by Paul Hardt on December 31, 2007 at 10:02am — 2 Comments

Welcome Back Folks(onomy)

I love some of the tech terms, tags and phrases. While creating a new(ish) word for practical purpose, an older, less contemporary word is brought out of mothballs just in time to be revived by original definition. For example, I recall the TV network Nickelodeon which came to being several decades ago. In general, it runs children’s programming. Being in education, children are amazed that Thomas Edison invented the nickelodeon, and that it was a… Continue

Added by Paul Hardt on December 16, 2007 at 12:05pm — No Comments

WELCOME! Excite and Engage

Welcome! As a elem. teacher, writer, broadcast producer of television and musician I am indeed GRATEFUL to find Classroom 2.0 & Video in the Classroom groups. It's hard to grow unless you have a community from which to learn and compare. I've seen digital content excite & engage students .... me too!

Added by Paul Hardt on December 1, 2007 at 9:46am — No Comments

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