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Tuesday, April 8 • 1:15pm - 2:30pm
BEA Ignite!

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BEA Ignite shares the best enterprise ideas for the classroom. Presenters will have 5 minutes, and 20 slides, to share their top teaching tip. Following the traditional IGNITE format, attendees should come prepared to take home these passionate teaching ideas. BEA Ignite shares the best enterprise ideas for the classroom. Presenters will have 5 minutes, and 20 slides, to share their top teaching tipping points. Following the traditional IGNITE format, atendees should come prepared to take home these passionate teaching ideas. The ELEVEN best IGNITE ideas have been peer reviewed, and are ready to make their presentations live during this BEA2014 session.
Moderator: B. William Silcock, Cronkite School/Arizona State University
Creative Producer: Michael Bruce, University of Alabama
Creative Director: Ken Fischer, University of Oklahoma
Respondent: Deborah Wilson, University of Lincoln

Anthony Adornato, Ithaca College; Using Vine to Teach Video Sequencing
Use the Vine app to reinforce video sequencing concepts in a fun and creative way!

Joe Champ, Colorado State University; Icebreaker: A semester’s most important lesson from the first minute of Class
Don’t bore! Practice what you preach! Kick off your com class with a bang by asking students to share a Near Death Experience. The Lessons will be felt their entire career.

Chandra Clark, University of Alabama; Producing Cross Country
Producing hundreds of miles apart sounds like an impossible task but industry experts do it daily. Teaching collaboration and high tech skills to students is doable.

Jamie Cohen, Molloy College; Conflict/Conflict Resolution…in 6 Seconds…Explained in 5 Minutes…
How to teach writing for the screen and conflict resolution in 6 seconds in media classrooms... Using the @vineapp of course!

Keith Corso, Westminster College; Myth as a Framework for Social Video Creation
Students will learn how to create compelling social video using a classic mythic storytelling technique of the hero's journey.

Barth Cox, Fort Lewis College; Make Your Own “Cover Story”! Using Gamestorming in the Video Production Classroom
Cover Story is an innovative gamestorming exercise that helps media production teams visualize final product and work toward their goals.

Gwin Faulconer-Lippert & Rick Allen Lippert, Oklahoma City Community College; SMARTer MoJo
This timed observational game introduces students to mobile journalism. By using or misusing the 5 MoJo principles, students learn through the discovery method.

Kim Fox, The American University in Cairo; Taking SoundCloud for a Ride
The flipped classroom is all the rage but you can flip the flipped classroom by adding audio; seamless solutions w/@SoundCloud.

Alan Goldenbach, Utica College; Sharpening News Judgment Through Twitter
Twitter has become a chief gateway for news producers and consumers to stay abreast of information. The ease of use, however, opens the door for audiences to be manipulated, if not misinformed altogether, by this medium. Twitter users, meantime, need to learn how to execute news judgment when using this medium.

Jennifer Meadows, California State University – Chico; Showing Deconstructions: Breaking Down a Studio Production
Help your production students understand show construction with deconstructions.

Rebecca Taylor, Siena College; Sued or Not Sued? Limiting Liability on Social Media: Identifying Legal Exposure in Gathering and Disseminating Information on Social Media
This session is designed to identify the risk of liability for users of social media and to enhance broadcast educators' understanding and appreciation of communications law in a digital age.

Tuesday April 8, 2014 1:15pm - 2:30pm
Pavilion 3

Attendees (31)