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Media projects can feel new and different, but this course will show you how to apply all your best practices and incorporate new media-specific assessment techniques. In this free, hands-on course you will learn about formative and summative assessment formats for media projects (audio, video, infographic, or image), explore ways to set up student self-reflection, along with ideas for peer feedback, and create a rubric or checklist for an actual student media project that supports your curriculum goals, no matter what content you teach.
You can register for this free course at https://teach.kqed.org/p/assessing-student-media
- Unpack the production techniques and technical elements that help students communicate using audio, video or graphics
- Explore resources, examples and ideas for formative and summative media project assessments made by KQED and fellow educators
- Apply what you’ve learned by creating an assessment tool for a media project to use in your classroom or learning environment
Number of Units: 0.5 graduate level extension credit(s) in semester hours
Who Should Attend: This course provides continuing education for K-12 educators in all subject areas who want to develop skills and confidence with media making and media literacy.
Directions to Enrolled Participants for University Credit: Submit your Certificate of Completion by email to email@example.com after enrolling for credit and completing the course to receive an official transcript.