Tuesday, July 24, 2018

Student Videos: Empowering Creativity and Video Journalism


Teacher videos are terrific learning tools, but student-created videos are even richer. Creating videos, motion graphics, and animations nudge students to blend a host of proficiencies. It involves visual design using colors and templates, just as it requires language skills of narration and storytelling.

The process of using a storyboard to stitch together a narrative enables students to combine logical reasoning, cause-and-effect, and content mastery. These compelling presentations provide opportunities for students to learn, share, and teach others. It reinforces the graphicacy skills they need to learn, design, and communicate a message as journalists.



Kids teaching kids is the purest model of learning where they become the educators of their peers. The examples below are just some the different types of videos, motion graphics, and animations made by our students.

MySimpleShow





 

Biteable






Magisto








Adobe Spark






Splice






 

iMovie & WeVideo







Stop Motion


 





PowToon

 

  

Renderforest




Vine














































Class YouTube Channels

Patricia Russac
Mercer Hall

Class Tumblr  Pages

Mercer Hall



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