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#EDC534 Feb 6 2019 Digital Authorship

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We explore the relationship between critical and creative ways of learning through a hands-on media production project critically analyzing a meme.

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#EDC534 Feb 6 2019 Digital Authorship

  1. 1. DIGITAL AUTHORSHIP CRITICAL & CREATIVE KEY IDEAS FROM STUDENTS #EDC534
  2. 2. Reflecting on Candance Doerr-Stevens: So much of teaching high school English revolves around the concept of identity; we study it when we read the classics, when we write, trying to find our "voice". We talk about societal expectations and pressures, and how kids so often feel trapped by what they are "supposed" to be. As students choose images, songs, words, etc. and arrange them to highlight a new meaning or representation of truth, they have the power to "author themselves" (166). This type of production not only deepens their own understanding, but it helps them connect with others, and challenge existing beliefs or stereotypes. Lauren Hopkins
  3. 3. Reflecting on Karen Festa: I find this sentiment about mistakes and risk taking to be applicable in all areas- not just teaching or taking classes- but it has a special meaning to me when thinking about best teaching practices and my professional life. Some of the best teaching moments I have ever had came out of something that didn't go the way I had initially intended. We don't grow from playing it safe and doing what we have always done. We grow from change, challenge, and putting ourselves out there. In doing so, we are modeling such important life lessons and life skills to our students: Try. Get started. Get messy. See what happens. Lynn Adams
  4. 4. Reflecting on Hobbs Create to Learn: One reason why children are thought to be more vulnerable to negative influence from viewing media violence, racism, or sexism is because they have less direct real-world experience to compare with the representations provided by mass media. The media influences everything, not only children but all of us. I'm from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil and many times when talking to people, they ask me if it's dangerous there. They say they want to visit Rio but they are afraid. This is a perfect example of what the media does. Rio is no more dangerous than some cities in the U.S. but people only hear the horrible stories the media shares. We should always be critical about what we see, hear, and read, take into account different perspectives, and be opened to seeing the whole picture. Cynthia Forte
  5. 5. Reflecting on Hobbs Create to Learn: One reason why children are thought to be more vulnerable to negative influence from viewing media violence, racism, or sexism is because they have less direct real-world experience to compare with the representations provided by mass media. The media influences everything, not only children but all of us. I'm from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil and many times when talking to people, they ask me if it's dangerous there. They say they want to visit Rio but they are afraid. This is a perfect example of what the media does. Rio is no more dangerous than some cities in the U.S. but people only hear the horrible stories the media shares. We should always be critical about what we see, hear, and read, take into account different perspectives, and be opened to seeing the whole picture. Cynthia Forte
  6. 6. Making a Podcast with a Meme as a Mentor Text https://anchor.fm
  7. 7. How does this meme make you feel?
  8. 8. What do you see and read in this meme?
  9. 9. What stereotypes are activated in this meme?
  10. 10. Accurate or inaccurate? Math skills are not needed to be a video game maker
  11. 11. How might students and teachers interpret this meme differently?
  12. 12. GOOGLE IMAGE SEARCH REVEALS A SOURCE: Who made this meme?
  13. 13. What is the mememaker’s purpose?
  14. 14. Would you share this meme with your social network? Why or why not?
  15. 15. In other words, young media producers often sense intuitively that production of media content alone does not lead to communication. Rather, media content needs an audience, and popular culture resources can maintain that audience.
  16. 16. And finally, interperformativity describes the hybrid performances in which actions simultaneously speak to multiple audiences in different timescales and different spaces. Observing the interperformativity of actions proves important to understanding the effects of various attention structures that occur within sites of engagement where social practices, perhaps conflicting, intermingle. Such interperformativity reveals relationship building and identity positioning among multiple audiences.
  17. 17. How do these ideas relate to this meme?
  18. 18. Making a Podcast with a Meme as a Mentor Text https://anchor.fm

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