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Metcalfe County Students Visit KET for iPad Video Workshop,Tour

Wednesday, April 30th, 2014 by Jeff Gray, KET

DSC_0037aAn eager and lively group of intermediate-to-high school students from Metcalfe County visited KET for a Media Lab workshop in iPads for Video Production and a tour of KET’s multimedia production center. All had participated in a local district video project to feature their schools and were rewarded by a trip to KET in Lexington.

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See the Metcalfe County Schools Community Education web page for a look at the collected student-produced videos from the Metcalfe County Film Festival.

Here are three short videos made by the student group during their 1.5-hour introductory workshop to video production using iPads. The first video is an iMovie “trailer” example. The other two use built-in iMovie themed templates for graphics and music. Metcalfe County’s student and teacher group learned basic iPad video recording and iMovie editing quickly. Everyone had fun and they plan to make more student video projects with their school iPads back home.

The MCS KET Tales
Metcalfe County Schools at KET
Metcalfe County Trip to KET

If you’re within driving distance of Lexington and would like to bring your K-20 students to KET for free tours and workshops in multimedia production, please visit our KET Media Lab page to see what’s available. Then contact Jeff Gray, KET Education Division, at jgray@ket.org; 800-432-0951 ext. 7263; 859-258-7263. You’re welcome to bring lunches and eat at KET if you like. To help pay for bus travel some schools have applied for U.S. Dept. of Education Gear-Up grants. See our school Multimedia Education Resources page for more information and projects.

Junction City Elementary Visits KET Media Lab for iPad Video

Friday, November 1st, 2013 by Jeff Gray, KET

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Barb Anderson and Sara Cavitt (l-r), of Junction City Elementary in Danville, brought their broadcasting club students to the KET Media Lab for a workshop in Using iPads for Video Production and a tour. Using camcorders or iPads to record video, they usually edit their student news productions with the iMovie program on an Apple Mac pc. At KET, they explored using an iPad as a complete production tool for both recording and editing using its built-in camera and the iMovie app.

Here are some examples of student-produced videos that demonstrate quick and clever group work in story planning, recording, and editing including background music application, text generation, use of still pictures and recorded audio, and more from the 5th graders’ work in the 1.5-hour workshop (mouse-over image for navigation arrows, swipe on portables):

The 10-Year-Old Spy - Junction City Elem.

iPad Student Video Example

An iMovie trailer project
IPads at KET - junction City Elem.

iPad Student Video Example:

An iMovie project
Junction City Elem Stlp Kids' Movie Making

iPad Student Video Example:

An iMovie Project

Junction City’s students were a lively and creative group. We look forward to seeing more of their video production work soon. If you have a school group of public, private, or homeschool students you’d like to bring to KET for a free workshop in multimedia production and a tour, please call or email Jeff Gray at 800-432-0951 ext 7263; 859-258-7263; jgray@ket.org. Resources: www.ket.org/schoolmedia.

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KET Multimedia Workshops for Murray State University Project

Friday, August 16th, 2013 by Jeff Gray, KET

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Teacher workshop participants viewing their group iPad video project.

KET Education Consultants Brian Spellman, Amy Grant, Larry Moore, and Helen Morrison traveled to Murray State University on July 15-17 to present at the Department of Education’s Developing Standards-Based Digital Content for Next Generation Learning professional development program (year 2). The event was coordinated for area K-12 teacher professional development by Dr. Yuejin Xu and Dr. George Patmor.

MSU’s educator participants in the program were a very enthusiastic and creative group. KET’s education consultants delivered day-long multimedia workshops in stop-motion animation and basic video production for the classroom. KET ‘s Jeff Gray also joined the group to help give a workshop on using iPads and iPhones for school video production.

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Pictures from KET-MSU workshops in stop-motion animation and iPad video production.

KATE (The Kentucky Academy of Technology Education) is also based at Murray State. Director Ron Milliner, Patti Oakley, and others at KATE produce useful education resources from their offices at MSU, including recent training for Kentucky educators in using the newly statewide-implemented Microsoft Office 365 software suite of tools.

Kentucky schools can contact their regional KET education consultant for free in-school workshops in using many KET multimedia resources. For Kentucky schools and public service organizations within driving distance of KET’s Network Center in Lexington, KET also offers free workshops in multimedia production and related topics in its KET Media Lab. Schedule a workshop for students or teachers, along with a tour of KET’s broadcast production facility, by contacting Jeff Gray, KET Education Division, at jgray@ket.org; 800-432-0951 ext. 7263; 859-258-7263.


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