Teacher Jana Elliott, along with Collis Robinson (3rd grade teacher), and Vance Jouett (parent), brought students from Mount Sterling Elementary to KET for a Media Lab workshop in Greenscreen Effects for iPad Video
Using the Greenscreen by DoInk app for iOS, these students demonstrated how easy it is to use greenscreen effects to make videos for classroom projects, in this case a report on the history of pirates!
Here’s a clip from the greenscreen video they made. Notice that the greenscreen background had been replaced by a picture of a sailing ship to make a new background to match the student’s report subject. And the hat was a hit. Greenscreen effects for video are great tools to aid students’ imaginations in helping them use multimedia tools and resources for classroom projects. To schedule a KET Media Lab workshop in Greenscreen Effects for iPads or one of our other titles, contact Jeff Gray, KET, at firstname.lastname@example.org; 859-258-7263.
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Teacher Jamie Tipton brought his Madison Central High students to KET for a workshop in Stop-Motion Animation for the Classroom. Using digital cameras, toy animal props, colored paper backgrounds, and a lot of imagination, the students from Madison Central made some creative short animations. Here’s an example titled, Swimming.
Ms. Charlotte Haycraft brought middle school-aged students from the Berea Community School to Lexington for a KET Media Lab workshop in Basic Video Editing and a tour of our multimedia production facility. Here is KET’s Deborah Harris leading one of her entertaining tours…
Assisting Ms. Haycraft were Berea teachers Robert Gamble and Matthew Jenkins. The students followed-along with presenter Jeff Gray in the lab as he demonstrated the concepts of timeline video editing and basic greenscreen effects for classroom projects.