A L A S media + S F E T T + Cine de la Gente. We have been creating WHY to, FOR EXAMPLE, and HOW to videos for 10 years. Flickschool is a collection of ideas that have helped the San Fernando Education Technology Team (and its evolutions) throughout the years. We hope this site helps you produce the coolest projects.
1. Identify your idea (Passion/ B-side). PRODUCT
2. Write some ideas down: PRODUCT: What do you want to share? PROCESS: How would like to share it?
3. Write a script with some of your key points/ ideas. PRODUCT
4. From the script-- identify the images, sounds, video, text needed for the project/ movie. PROCESS 5. Record the script in a quiet place. TIP: Record 2-3 takes. Also, use Garageband or a recorder. Get Music from freeplaymusic.com orincompetech.com.PROCESS
6. COLLECT, MAKE (shoot) your images/ SHOOT your video. PROCESS TIP: Collect "safe" and legal images from compfight.com. TIP: Follow the Rule of Thirds when shooting video or making a picture. TIP: Divide roles to speed up the process.
7. IMPORT your images to iPhoto. PROCESS 8.IMPORT your Sounds/ Music/ Narration to iTunes. PROCESS 9. in iMovie (or Moviemaker, Final Cut Studio, Premiere, Layout the images, the audio, the music. Make adjustments with timing, audio levels. PROCESS
TIP: Experiment, try, vary your options. TIP Advance: Normalize your audio. This means you need to make sure your audio level(s) are level at 0 dB. See this link for more. PROCESS
10. Refine! Add text: Credits, Titles. PROCESS 11. Export (Or Share to MobileMe Gallery). PROCESS 12. Get your pop corn!
Dig deeper into the art (and science) of making great pictures and producing cool and effective movies in you classroom. Regardless what you teach-- multimedia can make your learning and teaching experience more relevant, meaningful, and applicable.
This site is for you-- the learner who wants more cool and friendly tips on the photo making, digital storytelling!
I call it EdSpeak. It will be a series of stories, ideas, and suggestions collected from educators / students from all over the world. I have started this series with the Parramatta Diocese Catholic Education Office (in New South Wales, Australia). I have enjoyed their enthusiasm towards change (now) and I think they have the right people to make it happen. They have a visionary leader (practical in my eyes). His name is Greg Whitby and I believe he gets it. Lets see and listen to the sights and sounds of the schools, the classrooms, the teachers, and the students. See below for movies.
Here are 9 movies I put together for you to watch, talk about, and even use to engage others in the very important dialogue of making a difference in schools-- in transforming them. These are also quick ways of teaching simple and effective ways of using documentary storytelling skills to convey a message.
Using movies as a way to communicate new learning makes more sense than JUST writing about it. This dialogue requires more options. I like to use multimedia (movies, music, design, etc). It reaches a greater audience, not just educators. ................................................ TECH SPECHS> - CAMERA: Canon HV20 (Great HD, 24p Camera). - AUDIO: External Mic: Rode Boom - XTRAS: Students shot most of the B-Roll ................................................ Click on Movies links below (NOTE: These movies were produced by Marco Torres with the help from the wonderful movie making kids from St. Marks Catholic College) ................................................ Director Movie_Greg_ A New Educational DNA.
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