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					                            iPhoto & iMovie
                           in the Classroom

                              SVUSD
                         September 5, 2006


Agenda

Welcome and Introductions
District Resources and Reminders
Overview of iPhoto and iMovie ‘05

Introduction to iPhoto 5
Hands-On with iPhoto 5
      Importing
      Editing
      Viewing, Sorting, and Searching
      Albums and Smart Albums
      Removing, Deleting, and Duplicating
      Slideshows, Books, and Sharing
iPhoto 5 in Education

      Stretch Break

Introduction to iMovie HD
Hands-On with iMovie HD
      Importing
      Editing Video
      Photos
      Audio
      Titles, Effects, and Transitions
      Exporting and Sharing
iMovie HD in Education

Overview of iPhoto and iMovie ‘06

Reflection and Evaluation
      http://www.svusd.org/help/


Mark Wagner, CUEtoYOU Coordinator
Computer Using Educators, Inc.
949-394-6071 mwagner@cue.org
                            iPhoto & iMovie
                           in the Classroom

                               SVUSD
                          September 5, 2006


Links

Handouts and Links for This Class:
http://www.cue.org/cuetoyou/workshops/2006-09-05/

iPhoto 5 Resources:
http://homepage.mac.com/lainiemcgann/iPhoto/FileSharing18.html

Digital Video in the Classroom:
http://www.tsof.edu.au/resources/video/

Meaningful Digital Video for Every Classroom (By Hall Davidson):
http://www.techlearning.com/story/showArticle.jhtml?articleID=18700330
or http://tinyurl.com/ma9hy

Using iMovie in Elementary Science:
http://edweb.sdsu.edu/sciencetg/ie/

Apple Learning Interchange: http://ali.apple.com


iLife ’06 Links

iLife Quick Tours: http://www.apple.com/ilife/quicktour/

iLife Multimedia Tutorials: http://www.apple.com/ilife/tutorials/

iLife in the Classroom (Including lesson plans, tutorials, and tips!):
http://www.apple.com/education/solutions/ilife/

iLife How To Guides for Educators:
http://education.apple.com/education/ilife/howto/


Mark Wagner, CUEtoYOU Coordinator
Computer Using Educators, Inc.
949-394-6071 mwagner@cue.org
                           iPhoto & iMovie
                          in the Classroom

                             SVUSD
                        September 5, 2006


Inspiring Ideas: iPhoto in Education

   1. Slideshows for Back to School Night or Open House

   2. Slideshows of Performances, Celebrations, Assemblies, or Field Trips

   3. Photo Yearbooks (For a school, a class, or a club!)

   4. Photo Journalism, Documentaries, or Dramatizations

   5. Time Lapsed Photography (Especially in science!)

   6. Class Books (Think big books!)

   7. Story Books (“Digital Story Telling”)

   8. How-To Guides (Address non-fiction standards!)

   9. Exercises in Classifying, Categorizing, or Compare and Contrast.

   10. Photos as Anticipatory Sets, Writing Prompts, or Review

   11. Document Learning (Great for parent conferences!)

   12. Photo Portfolios (Can be used for student presentations, too!)

How can you use iPhoto in your class?

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Mark Wagner, CUEtoYOU Coordinator
Computer Using Educators, Inc.
949-394-6071 mwagner@cue.org
                           iPhoto & iMovie
                          in the Classroom

                             SVUSD
                        September 5, 2006


Inspiring Ideas: iMovie in Education

   1. Videos for Back to School Night or Open House

   2. Videos of Performances, Celebrations, Assemblies, or Field Trips

   3. Video Yearbooks (For a school, a class, or a club!)

   4. Video Journalism, Documentaries, or Dramatizations

   5. Video Reports or Final Projects (Anything from history to science…)

   6. Interviews (Think oral history reports… or experts!)

   7. Class News or a Class Show (Think “This Week in Learning.”)

   8. “Reading Rainbow” Style Book Readings (With the Ken Burns effect!)

   9. Video How-To Guides or Class Rules & Procedures

   10. Videos as Anticipatory Sets, Writing Prompts, or Review

   11. Document Learning (Great for parent conferences!)

   12. Video Portfolios (Shy students can even present this way.)

How can you use iMovie in your class?

   1.

   2.

   3.

Mark Wagner, CUEtoYOU Coordinator
Computer Using Educators, Inc.
949-394-6071 mwagner@cue.org

				
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