Video Editing Technology

Views:
 
     
 

Presentation Description

No description available.

Comments

Presentation Transcript

Video Editing Software :

Video Editing Software Creative Uses in the Classroom

Video Editing Software:

Video Editing Software What is it?

Video Editing Software :

Video Editing Software What is it? Computer based editing of recorded footage in a creative way often including sounds, music, scene manipulation, and special effectsto produce an original video iMove and Window’s Movie Maker are popular and easily accessible

Video Editing Software:

Video Editing Software Who is it for?

Video Editing Software :

Video Editing Software Who is it for? Educators Can be used for any age group Teaching in a new and engaging way Sharing information on a global level

Video Editing Software :

Video Editing Software Who is it for? Students Best for Upper Grades (6-12) Must have a basic knowledge of how to use a recording device, cable plug-ins, computer navigation, and able to learn how to use the software

Video Editing Software :

Video Editing Software How is it useful? Engages students in the learning process in a more holistic way “Digital video editing can increase students’ overall visual literacy, engage both diverse cultures and diverse learning styles, and improve student’s skills in writing, proofreading, and analytical thinking” (Brown 2006)

Video Editing Software :

Video Editing Software How is it useful? Short clips, documentaries, news footage, Fictional films, all are a way to demonstrate learning in a creative and fun way “Improves students’ basic reading, writing, and arithmetic skills, encouraging collaborative learning, refining focus on and internalizing abstract math and science concepts, and motivating students who have lost interest in traditional schooling” (Brown 2006)

Video Editing Software :

Video Editing Software What’s so Great?

Video Editing Software :

Video Editing Software What’s so Great? Easy to share with other teachers and classrooms Can be uploaded, saved, and shared across a broad spectrum of users once finished Provides a range of skill sets spanning across all learning styles Provides a new way to assess student learning Necessitates collaboration at times

Video Editing Software :

Video Editing Software What’s so Great? Develops technological skills in this growing tech world Engages students in a fun and challenging way Great way to display learning

Video Editing Software :

Video Editing Software What’s in the Future?

Video Editing Software :

Video Editing Software What’s in the Future? Broader sharing of information, locally and on a global level Students can contribute to community communication through news broadcasts The students creativity and abilities are the limit New and Innovative teaching methods

Video Editing Software :

Video Editing Software Where can you Start?

Video Editing Software :

Video Editing Software Where can you start? How-To TUTORIALS Apple’s Official iLife Tutorial – how the makers of iMovie recommend mastering the product Windows XP Movie Maker for Beginners – as the title infers, an officially sponsored online tutorial for those just getting familiar with the software Windows Movie Maker Tips and Tutorial – independent yet sponsored page with extensive guidance into the depths of Microsoft’s digital video editing software MightyCoach.com – another independent site designed to explain Movie Maker 2.0, along with general digital recording tips, in layman’s terms

Video Editing Software :

Video Editing Software Resources Brown, Zach (2006). Digital Video Editing. Retrieved from http:// edtech.wetpaint.com/page/Digital+Video+Editing Apple Inc. (2011). iLife ’11. Retrieved from http:// www.apple.com/ilife/imovie /

authorStream Live Help