Day One Recap (with a new app)
iCreate: A "5 Photo Story" Narrated Slideshow with Explain Everything
- Use Five Card Flickr to save 5 new images to your iPad photo roll.
- Create an original, fun, and school-appropriate story using Explain Everything using these photos.
- Save your finished project as a video in your iPad camera roll.
- Upload your video to your YouTube account OR upload it to Gail via dropitto.me/glovely
Five Photo Stories...
Overview Day Two Learn to shoot, edit, and publish a video on an iPad in a fraction of the time this process takes with a laptop computer and “traditional” video gear! Participants will learn:
- How to use their iPad video camera, the iMovie app, and a free YouTube account to create and publish “quick edit” videos.
- Techniques for recording, editing, and publishing higher quality iPad videos.
- How to successfully facilitate student-created iPad videos.
- How to create "green screen" videos"
- Options for puppet videography with iPads, including actual finger puppets as well as virtual puppets using apps like Puppet Pals.
Prepare to have fun and unleash a wealth of creative ideas on your students during and following this session!
iCreate: Paper Slide Video
- With your group, create your portion of a paper slide music video project.
- EACH PERSON should draw/illustrate at least 1 piece of paper.
- PRACTICE moving your papers with your section of the music.
- Together our whole group will record 1 paper slide video and then we shall upload it to YouTube.
RESOURCE SITE for this ACTIVITY:
Here is the finished product from the workshop:
Activity 2: Green Screen Composite Video
iCreate: Green Screen Video
Activity 3: Annotated Quick Edit Video / Trailer
App to use (built-in): Camera
iCreate: Create an Annotated Quick Edit Video
Option 1: Interview Video
- With your iPad, record video Interviews with 3 - 5 other people who answer an open-ended interview question. Aim to create a 2-3 minute video Share your idea for an interview with your workshop facilitator.
- Select a different THEME in iMovie for iPad.
- Use several different "lower third" text annotations during your video.
- Here are ideas for interview topics:
- Why did you become a teacher?
- Who was the teacher who made the greatest impact on your life?
- What is something you do for fun when you are not teaching or working?
- What is one of your most powerful memories from childhood?
- What were you scared of as a child?
- What is your favorite movie, and why do you love it?
- What is your favorite book, and why do you love it?
Option 4: Lego Stopmotion Video
Past Project Resources....
It is VERY important to turn comment moderation ON for each YouTube video you upload. Unfortunately, it is NOT possible at this time to make comment moderation the DEFAULT setting for a YouTube channel.
Example Teacher Videos
Using Technology (3 min - Teachers share innovative ways they've integrated technology in their classrooms and been inspired to use technology in transformative ways during iPad Media Camp)Cancer (1.5 min - a teacher shares powerful lessons she learned with her students about courage and perseverance)Advice To New Parents (3 min - Teachers share sage advice for a soon-to-be mom)Digital Books Vs Traditional Books (1.5 min - an 8 year old shares her thoughts on the benefits of eBooks)