Presenter 2010- Dr. Elizabeth Claytor





Presenter 2009- Tim Cooper

PowerPoint used in Movie Maker Introduction

Video Production with Microsoft Movie Maker EETT Seminar.ppt

Video used in Movie Maker Session
genxp600k.wmv

Movie Maker Handout

Page 1
Movie Maker Handout page 1.doc
Page 2
Movie Maker Handout page 2.doc

Digital Native, Digital Immigrants article by Marc Prensky

Online Tutorial

http://movies.atomiclearning.com/k12/moviemaker2
Atomic Learning tutorial videos. Good for you or your students!

What do you need to do to have a successful Windows Movie Maker project in your classroom?

  1. Plan: Storyboard and Write
  2. Produce: Record the pieces
  3. Chop: Edit the pieces
  4. Publish: Share your creation
http://www.digitales.us/resources/seven_steps.php
More specifically, 7 steps to create a Digital Story.

Hardware needs

During this session, I'm using a Flip Mino digital camcorder. This camera has a built-in USB connector and can record an hour of video, more than enough for use in your classroom. After a simple installation by your tech contact (installing the video driver and codec, which is automatic), you can plug this into your computer at school and it will appear as a flash drive (E:, probably).
Additional Flash Drive (I'd recommend the largest one you can by for $25 (as of March 2009 that's a 8 GB drive, typically)

Website Links for online resources

http://handouts.wesfryer.com/copyright
As you begin creating podcasts, you also need to be aware of copyright issues and teach your students about them as well. A great starting point for discussions with your students about copyright.

http://handouts.wesfryer.com/digitalstorytelling
Wes Fryer's Digital Story Telling links and lesson ideas.

http://www.toolsfortheclassroom.com/page8.html
Some digital storytelling examples, ideas, and grading rubrics

http://www.windowsmoviemakers.net/
Online forum and resource for using Movie Maker

http://www.papajohn.org/
PapaJohn's website with tons of resources and support for Windows Movie Maker