EduMachinima Fest 2017

Location: Room 301A

Engage and connect

[Engage and connect : Social event]

Tuesday, June 27, 5:45–7:00 pm
Location: Room 301A

Trish Cloud   Mary Howard   Chris Luchs   Tanya Martin   Scott Merrick   Kae Novak   Barbara Seaton   Andrew Wheelock  
Machinima is screencapturing and editing of video games and virtual worlds. Are your students or maybe you making these? Come join us for screening of the videos and the student and educators awards. Think of it like the Oscars....done EdTech Style.

Attendee devices: Devices useful
Attendee device specification: Smartphone: Android, iOS, Windows
Laptop: PC, Chromebook, Mac
Tablet: Android, iOS, Windows

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Proposal summary

Additional Information

The Fest is sponsored by two ISTE Networks; the Games and Simulations Network and the Virtual Environment’s Network.

The EduMachinima Fest is a new media Film Festival showcasing games and virtual environment formats combined with cinematic arts to teach, inform, entertain and inspire. It features a variety of categories and explores how screencapture and livestreaming of games has now become part of popular culture.

RSVP is requested at http://edumachinimfest2017rsvp.eventbrite.com

For more information on how to submit videos for the Fest please go to http://bit.ly/edumachinima17

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Presenters

Trish Cloud, Charlotte Mecklenburg Schools Technology

Mary Howard, Grand Island Central Schools

Mary Howard is a sixth grade teacher in Western New York State. She considers herself a FEARLESS educator and an early adopter of many EdTech. Mary attempts to create a culture of inquiry in her classroom and hopes to build future innovators Her blog, yoursmarticles.blogspot.com features many of her EdTech pursuits including an Augmented Reality Sandbox that she uses in her classroom as well as the use of Virtual Reality/Virtual Environments in her classroom. She has presented throughout New York State and numerous other conferences including MACUL (Michigan) and at ISTE Philadelphia and ISTE Denver.


Chris Luchs, Colorado Community College System

Tanya Martin, Broward County Schools

Scott Merrick, Metro Nashville Public Schools

Scott is a K-8 educator in Nashville, Tennessee who is perennially curious about the relationship between learning and teaching and virtual environments. He has been attending ISTE Conferences since before they were called that! (Think NECC.)


Kae Novak, Front Range Community College

Barbara Seaton, University of North Georgia

Andrew Wheelock, Erie 1 Boces/ WNYRIC

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