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Thank you Ms. Hennessey for your feedback. Unfortunately when the final copy was due my completed video was lost into cyber space. I had to quickly pull all of my resources in my remaining class period to make a completely new one and I agree that the video does not convey digital citizenship as much as I wanted it to and compared to my first video. I was trying to use the animated panda bear as a way to show teachers and other students that technology isn't that bad and can be used in many different ways. If I had more time I wished to have elaborated more on the students' side to the argument. I really appreciate your time and effort into giving me much needed critique. As much as I was glad to have finished the video in the limited amount of time I was given, even I find serious problems with the video. Thank you for sharing your comments and I hope you have a wonderful day.
Thanks again :)
Quite the initial hook of student throwing away textbooks and keeping her laptop. I liked how you framed the opening with the question: technology as tool or distraction? The digital panda was an interesting choice to answer this question. I understood how you were trying to make a point about how he could "brighten up" an assignment and be interesting and creative, but I was left unsure of just how informative he could be without being too much of a distraction. I understood how you were using the voices of students to speak to the counterargument of the negatives of technology but then didn't quite see the convincing argument on the positive aspects side and was left wondering how all of this connected to digital citizenship as defined at the end. Thanks for sharing your efforts.
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