A Paper Slideshow for Student Reports

Recording students in the classroom or asking them to record themselves can be a touchy subject. You may have a handful of students on a do-not-photo list. Others simply may not feel comfortable in front of a camera.

How can we continue to leverage video in a way that utilizes available technology, engages students in non-traditional learning methods, yet allows them to feel comfortable with the process?

A paper slideshow may be the solution! But what is a paper slideshow?

It’s exactly what it sounds like. Slides (think PowerPoint slides) that are created on various sheets of paper (one slide per sheet) and then shown on video along with a voice-over. To change slides, simply move one out of the shot and move another in. It’s not the cleanest transition in the world, but offers up opportunities for students to get creative.

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