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Take 3: Visible Thinking in the Multimedia Classroom

  Tuesday, August 4th was the third time I have led my interactive course Visible Thinking in the Multimedia Classroom. I was very excited to be invited back to WISSIT to offer this course as through my own educational journey and experience I see a fruitful synergy in the intersectionality. My syllabus for last year’s […]

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H Days Four and Five Remixing Thinking Routines

In Photography and Film we’ve been working on finishing our first projects. Photography students did a documentary photography project documenting their day in 50 Photographs. Film students did a short film the was the autobiography of an inanimate object. Photography students created contact sheets and engaged in peer editing of their photographs. During peer editing the […]

Visible Thinking in the Multimedia Classroom: Resources

Here is a list of the class blogs referred to during the Visible Thinking in the Multimedia Classroom Course. These class blogs were created by Kerri Redding in her courses at Washington International School (WIS) during the 2013-2014 school year. My classroom was a computer lab with desktop computers for each students and had a […]


Inanimate Object Story

Using your journal sketch out a proposal for your Inanimate Object Photo Story. In three to five sentences write/sketch a proposal for your Inanimate Object Photo Story. In your photo story please include 3 of the following events for your inanimate object: an encounter with a mirror an encounter with another object of ‘same’ an encounter […]

Monday’s Welcome to Visible Thinking in the Multimedia Classroom 11

Welcome to the interactive course Making Thinking Visible in the Multimedia Classroom.   Course Description: How do we document student learning and visible thinking in the multimedia classroom? In this hands-on workshop Digigriot Kerri Redding will engage participants in multimedia activity that utilizes Project Zero thinking routines to build a culture of thinking and reflection in the multimedia classroom. In addition to creating a multimedia […]