Adding another level, interact with student stories

My second blog post was about the eight-second attention span of our Gen-Z audience. These students who live with multiple social media, gaming, and shopping apps open on their phones at all times. Not only are these apps open, but our students simultaneously bounce back and forth without missing a beat.

My real hope in taking the TEACHING MULTIMEDIA course at Kent State was to provide my students with a way to compete for the attention of these students. I believe one way to compete is by adding an interactive element to their stories.

This week, I was able to create a tutorial video detailing how to make three of these interactive elements. Here is my lesson plan, worksheet and rubric to accompany my video tutorial. Enjoy!

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