Networking site for teachers integrating video production in the classroom.
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I love photography and video as a hobby, and it's nice when I can incorporate it into class. Things like StudentCam are great tools for teaching civics, and I'm toying with the idea of having students record their own current events videos / newscasts.
I have just joined this group, I have spent quite a bit of time looking around the internet at digital storytelling and have loved what I found. However I now realise that while I can see how digital storytelling is excellent and I will begin to incorporate it into my classroom, I have now worked out that I want to find out about video making in the classroom. Is it correct to think that video making is a form of digital storytelling? How do others understand it?
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I'm a teacher from Sri lanka. We have a school media unit which use television media in the school. We use skype in our learning activities. When we are doing our TV studio, we use skype to talk with our friends from another countries.
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