Read and record your poem.
Present and record your findings.
Conduct and record your experiement.
Assignments that begin with these three sentences reduce video projects to low-level digital recording activities. The power of video comes from the combination of
- meaningful visual representations
- powerful auditory content, and
- engaging kinesthetic expressions.
Joining these three modes of communication creates synergy, going beyond what each element can accomplish on its own.
The key to an effective video project is the meaningful mission behind the recording and editing process. Rather than simply exploring video production, this workshop examines how to think differently about presenting ideas, connecting concepts, and creating communications.
Take time to explore the wide range of curriculum-based video activities. Explore student video collections such as AFI Screen Nation, California Student Media Festival, ISMF, Teen Scene Film Festival, and Scenarios.
Explore eight meaningful missions that will enhance your video production projects: