Thursday, March 17, 2016

Video as Artform; Video as Research Tool

I presented at the NAEA Convention in Chicago this year!

The purpose of this presentation is to share various animation and video-making techniques that serve to engage the secondary student in using video as an art form and using video to share research on arts related topics. I will share ideas about designing lessons and curricula, and I will also present student videos to show how students have been engaged in the process. Tools used to create movies with students can be as simple as cell phone pictures and videos, and Windows Movie Maker or iMovie, or as complex as HD video cameras, digital SLR cameras, and Final Cut Pro depending on school resources and technology.







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