Visual literacy has been upon us for almost a decade. YouTube, Vine, iMovies, and more all surround our daily lives. Yet video projects are still non-existent in many classrooms. Whether it’s from a lack of technology, a lack of teacher comfort with the medium, or a lack of knowledge on how to effectively carry out and assess student video projects, there are many reasons why it may not be happening in your classroom. Ben Rimes leads us through a chat about student video projects, and helps facilitate a conversation around overcoming obstacles to video projects, and where video fits into our instructional environments.

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