The rich medium of video lets you combine moving images with an audio track. It's probably today's most-consumed medium, and it's technically the hardest to produce.
Learn the basics of Adobe Premiere*
AND watch (below) Video 101: Shooting Basics (Vimeo)
Produce a a 45- to 90-second video that could be used with a class in your discipline. video. It could be an elevator pitch, a how-to video or a digital story. Use Adobe Premiere or other software* that allows you to work in multiple tracks.
* You may use iMovie, MovieMaker, or other video editing software, but it must allow you do do what's required in step 3: EDIT and step 6: DOCUMENT.
In your ePortfolio, first rename the "(media badge)" page "Video Narrative", then write a reflection of at least 250 words.
Include (at least) the following in your reflection:
Connections - relate your learning for this badge to your own teaching & learning, both past experience and future plans
Link - at least one other resource, article, website, etc.
Media - at least one embedded image or video (include the source).
These prompts may help: