I met with our upper division (high school) video production class teacher this afternoon, and we discussed ideas for her upcoming 12 week (trimester) class. These are the links and videos I shared with her, which may be of interest to you if you’re working with students on video production!

The “Show What You Know With Media Links / Resources:
http://showwithmedia.com

Quick Edit Video
http://showwithmedia.com/quick-edit-video

Digital Storytelling
http://showwithmedia.com/digital-story

What Makes a Hero Video (TedEd)

Miami Device workshop resources “App Smashing to YouTube”

Playlist of Quick Edit Video examples

Vertical Video Syndrome PSA (edited for kids)

 

About Storychasers

Whiteboard Animation (Why Become a Storychaser?)

YouTube Capture App for iPad (free)

Green Screen by Do Ink (video & iOS link)

Budget Ideas:

iPad Air 1 – We can get these used/refurbished for about $275 each at CD-R Electronics, I would recommend getting at least 2 or 3. Cases are about $20, so figure $300 each with cases.

ioGrapher (kit for iPad including mic, lenses, and shooting case)

Green Screen with light setup ($140)

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