Video Production and Digital Media for Teachers & Students

Summer Academy
PDPs: 
10
Offered by: 
Professional DevelopmentSummer Academy

Description

In addition to covering many aspects of digital video production, I will also cover other helpful aspects of incorporating technology successfully into classroom work. Including: Using Free and Open Source software for picture editing, such as Gimp (a free image manipulation program), using Free and Open Source software for music creating & editing (Audacity, FL Studio and more) and learning about different file formats and converting audio/video files with free programs.

Teachers will learn how to complete video and digital media projects, getting media files ready for uploading, posting and sharing, how to download and save picture, video and audio files to use in projects, and basics of copyright law guidelines for Projects.

Participants should bring ideas for projects that they want to develop and work on during this class. Bringing your own devices to class, such as cameras, iPads, and smart phones, would be helpful, but not required. Also, if participants could bring flash drives for storing project files, that would be helpful, but not required. By the end of the class, each participant will finish a short video/media project that they can share with others based on a topic that relates to their curriculum area and/or a topic of interest.

Audience and Grade Level

Teachers, Paraprofessionals, Special Education teachers, Librarians, Media Specialists, Technology Teachers, PreK - 12.

Credits

10 PDPs.

Availability

Future training dates will be announced here. If you have questions or are interested in offering this training on-site, please contact us.

For more information, contact:
Position: 
Events Coordinator
Phone: 
413.586.4900 x5981
Email: 
esullivan@collaborative.org