For some time now, I have known that there is a big hole in my knowledge about educational technology. I have absolutely no experience in working with video.
I was thrilled to see that the first assignment for #etMOOC was to make a video. I don’t have a lot of time to spend on this, so this afternoon, @colleenkr came into my office and showed me one thing – that’s all we had time for – but one thing is something.
So tonight, in a stretch of 30 spare minutes I managed to find, I made a video.
It’s awful. Honestly. But I don’t care. I learned so much in that 30 minutes!
Besides, by posting it here for all to see, I can only improve. We can all laugh at this by the end of #etMOOC.
By the way, kudos to my friend @cogdog for his intro video. Of all people, he could have made his spectacular. But we are all here to learn, and his one shot intro made me feel like it was safe to learn in this space. We are not competing. This is not for marks. It’s to make learning visible, and then share it.
Here is my learning for tonight:
This is one reason why making your learning visible is so important!
A 30 second pass in the hallway this morning, and @colleenkr has already taught me to take my iphone videos sideways to fit better on the screen, and later today I am going to learn how to make the volume the same all the way through the video. Can’t wait!