Just saw this on Joyce Valenza’s Neverending Search Blog over at SLJ (yeah I actually went to it in person instead of via the reader–mainly to snag the code for the below!) Making Videos on the Web – A Guide for Teachers – 28 pages–free for the download! Don’t you just love free books shared [...]
Category Archive for 'Video Editing'
Today I posted a video some sixth grade students made for a spot on our news program. One of my loyal readers wanted to know how it was done, so this post is an attempt to tell how the video was made. We did not use any really expensive equipment to make that video. The [...]
I know I should be sharing how to begin a successful year. I’ve seen a number of my favorite bloggers writing about the same thing. But I am taking a slightly different approach. I am writing today about beginning my new job. Maybe I should title it fears. But I’m not really afraid of it. [...]
David Jakes has created a great visual guide that can be printed to help novices use Photostory3, but he has gone one step further. He has also created simple, easy to follow screencasts to view for learners who need visual, audio, and video cues. I can’t wait to share this with our teachers! http://www.jakesonline.org/photostory.htm