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Assess blended learning with student media

March 16, 2017

Remix project gallery

Week 3 of the BlendKit Course deals with assessment and one topic is the use of projects and authentic tasks as evidence of students reaching learning goals. For me, that translates readily into assignments where students create media. Such projects are the focus of the Remix project at Notre Dame (image above) and they are one of the main topics on this blog. To learn more, watch the video and check out the links below it.

We have lots of material to help blended course instructors explore the possibility of student-created media. Below is a sampling of articles to start with, and there are many more on the projects page.

2 Comments leave one →
  1. Chris Clark permalink*
    March 18, 2017 12:36 pm

    Sounds like an awesome class! Thanks for commenting. It’s always good to know that the message is being heard.

  2. Jennifer Madden permalink
    March 18, 2017 12:22 pm

    Chris, thank you for sharing these great resources! I have used concept mapping, digital storytelling, infographic creation, comics, book trailers, prezis, and various multimedia/video combinations with my high school sophomores. I am always looking for new ideas. I plan on taking a closer look at what you have provided so I can add more options to my course. Its nice to be able to see how they are used in other disciplines.

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