My guest entry vlog for http://blog.cue.org/ compliments of editor Doug Robertson, aka "The Weird Teacher" . In this video entry I discuss the concept of the DV Quilt and how it can be used across grade levels and curricula. With one cam, one internet connection and one innovative teacher your class can be producing stellar commercials, PSAs and Movie Trailers.
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