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Kids with Cameras

Kids with Cameras provides classroom activities for using digital and video cameras with your students. There are hands-on activities, how to use the camera, and tips on planning, capturing, editing, and ways to digitize the classroom.

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Curriculum Information For Resource

Snapshot
Grade Level(s):All
Curriculum Areas:Performing Arts
Technology
Themes/Keywords: Digitial Storytelling
Integrating Technology
Project-Based Learning
Videos


Vocabulary
storyboards, shot, cut-away, close-up, pan, editing


Essential Question(s)
1. How do you digitize your classroom?

Discussion Question(s)
1. What is a shot?
2. Why is planning important?

Extension and Activities
1. Look at your existing curriculum and develop ideas on how to integrate video.


"Working with Barbara Bray is like working with an angel of the pacific -- her knowledge and talents and generosity exceed anyone I've ever worked with for over two decades in the field of education, especially educational technology. Working within the framework of the Universal Builder helps you to clarify your thoughts and make your project clearer and more appealing, and then, once Barbara steps in and does her magic, your creation goes beyond what you could have ever imagined it to be. I am so grateful and honored to have connected with such talent!"


pictureCamille LoParrino
Reading Specialist
8 - Bronx, New York






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