A website dedicated to informing secondary students and their teachers of copyright law, plagiarism policies, and caveats in order to uphold literary integrity and digital ethics through a compilation of various media.
Can we apply concepts used in video production to Prezi design? Let's find out! In this Prezi I pull terms from Bruce Block's book _The Visual Story: Seeing the Structure of Film, TV, and New Media_. Let me know what you think.
Tim Brook's insight:
I could use this with students using prezi - might need to be taken in sections though...
"This is a blog post from Dr. Alec Couros @courosa outlining (with examples) 10 ideas for different classroom video projects. I like the ideas but as someone with almost no video creation skills or experience I can't comment on the level of video skills required...however I agree with the principle of students moving from being video consumers to video producers.
Thanks to @easegill (Nigel Robertson) from the WCEL unit at the University of Waikato for this link."
I usually shy away from lists that list the the 10. 30 or 50 best ...... but this post goes beyond simple practiclaities and selects examples that encourage deeper thinking such as in "Genre Shifting Movie Trailers:" or reflections on change in "Conversation with Future Me/You:" Screencasting, remixing and social activism where Martha Payne and her blog Never Seconds get a mention. This is a video lesson planning resource that is relevant and timely.
There is just one innovation that has withstood the test of time, fought off wars and conflict, stood tall in the face of adversity and adapted itself to the different means by which it is conveyed. This is the power of story itself.
Storyboard That is a cutting edge Web 2.0 tool for rapidly creating amazing storyboards, no art skills needed. Great for business meetings and in the classroom for students to express their creativity.