https://storify./comNickPreddey/now-i-see-you-welcome-to-the-unpredictable-world-o Now I See You – Welcome to the unpredictable world of Online Video by Nick Preddey Nick’s report is easy to read, it has a strong conversational tone to it and can be clearly understood. Embedded links, images and videos are relevant (sometimes humorous) to his subject of online videos. He explores many forms … Continue reading Week 12/13 – Report critique
http://https://twitter.com/ldmulhall/status/656033034982944768 In 2012, Michael decided to leave the hustle and bustle of his work life within the middle of city in Sydney and move down the coast to the small coastal country town of Kiama. Here, Michael took on a leading manager role within the mining industry, An industry unlike what Michael had managed before. … Continue reading Afraid to be yourself. – What’s Hidden
Charlie Pickering uses twitter as a personal yet self maintained professional platform. Charlie interacts with his audience, commenting on tweets and shares articles and tweets of interest to him on his twitter profile. Charlie expresses his own personal opinions on topics as well as promoting his show ‘The Weekly’ on the ABC and other projects … Continue reading Week 10/11 – Personally I think Twitter needs to remain professional.
It was about two weeks ago, I guess I can say wasn’t the best week of my life. On the Wednesday at around 8:15am, I managed to find myself in the middle of a three lane highway with my car spun out and its pieces, like confetti splayed across each lane. My car unable to … Continue reading 5 or 6 Things I Appreciate || Lauren Daisy
The classroom is a place where Sherri will watch children develop, which in itself is a motivation to continue to develop herself as a leader and educator. Pencils and paper are graciously supplied in generous amounts to evoke imagination and enhance the learning experience within the classroom and Sherri manipulates these for her students skill sets everyday. In … Continue reading A teachers passion.
Week 5 – Critiques A Dark Room The story told was moving, with the narration of the piece having clarity and the audio being clear. Without reading the description of the piece, the ambient noise would not have been clear to me. Once reading it, the ambient noise is effective, more so the breathing than … Continue reading Week 5 – Critiques
Through my audio piece, I want to communicate the connection a teacher shares with not only their school but their classroom and their students. Through the ambient sounds of children talking in the classroom and pencil on paper colouring in, I intend to communicate a warm tone and joyful mood to my piece. With the … Continue reading Week 4 – Reflection on why and how.