This video was created for the Dept. of Education's (U.S.E.D.) Doing What Works project.
The website offers educators “practices in action” — examples of schools and districts from across the country that are implementing research-based practices in a variety of settings.
More than just a conceptual guide, this website takes recommendations from the U.S. Department of Education’s Institute of Education Sciences (IES) and translates them into tools and multimedia presentations that can be used to improve the quality of education.
The website content includes:
Stories, interviews, and media presentations that bring the recommended practices to life.
Examples, authentic sample materials, and links to resources that support the practices.
Downloadable tools educators can customize and adapt for use in their own settings.
The Doing What Works (DWW) website helps educators make research-based plans and implement those plans effectively.
NOTE: The U.S. Department of Education has suspended operation of the Doing What Works website.
This video was created as a tool for the CA First 5 (ccfc.ca.gov/) PRO0F system.
After working with the clients, I scripted, produced and edited this video using Screenflow software. Production time was approximately 10 days, including scripting and approvals.
This video was created as a tool for the CA First 5 (http://www.ccfc.ca.gov/) PRO0F system.
After working with the clients, I scripted and storyboarded, produced graphics and edited this video using Adobe & Screenflow software. Production time was approximately 10 days, including storyboards, scripts, and 2 levels of approvals and changes.