Archive for the ‘video production’ Category

Breathitt County 4-H Students Make Video at KET Media Lab

Friday, June 24th, 2016 by Jeff Gray, KET

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Jessica Ritchie, 4-H Cooperative Extension Agent for Breathitt County, assisted by Jacob Brandenburg, Summer Extension Intern, brought several Breathitt County 4-H students to KET on 6/23/16 for Media Lab workshops by KET’s Cynthia Warner in Basic Video Production and Greenscreen Special Effects using iPads.

Here are pictures from their workshops in which they made video PSAs (public service announcements) about 4-H…

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If you’d like to bring public, private, or homeschool students to KET for a free
KET Media Lab multimedia production workshop and a tour of KET, please contact Jeff Gray, KET Education Division.

New KET PBS LearningMedia Classroom Video Production Course

Thursday, February 4th, 2016 by Jeff Gray, KET

KETPBSLM_classroomvideo1There’s a new KET-built online class for teachers at Kentucky PBS LearningMedia:
LEAD 1171 Classroom Video Production

Course Description:

This introductory course provides teachers with the tools to facilitate student video production across the curriculum and at all levels. Participants will learn about video production techniques, basic equipment needs, production roles, and careers. Throughout the course, fellow teachers and the KET production team will guide and inspire participants to initiate student video projects.

Note: This is a self-paced course accessible for one year after enrollment, and not eligible for graduate credit.

Subject Area: Leadership

Grade Level: Kindergarten-12th

Hours: 3.0

Cost: Free

Elkhorn Middle School, Scott County, at KET for Video Production

Wednesday, December 16th, 2015 by Jeff Gray, KET

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Kate Osterloh, LMS/STC/Drama Club Sponsor for Elkhorn Middle School, Scott County, brought students to KET’s Media Lab for a workshop in basic video production and editing. Here are students from the group making a greenscreen/chromakey special effect video.

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Birds have now replaced the greenscreen background in the video activity, demonstrating how easy it is to introduce a variety of background images and videos into a classroom video project. Students can place themselves and their teammates into any scenario they choose to enhance classroom projects from history to the arts.

If you’d like to bring public, private, or homeschool students to KET for a free
KET Media Lab multimedia production workshop and a tour of KET, please contact
Jeff Gray, KET Education Division.


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