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Interactive Digital Media Grades 9-12 Framework

Posted on Nov 23, 2015 by Jamie Leduc Last Activity on Nov 23, 2015

The Interactive Digital Media program is a new Technical Vocational Education (TVE) framework. The TVE is an important part of the educational structure and plays a major role in developing a flexible and well-educated work force to address current and emerging industry and labour-market needs and allow Manitoba to compete globally. Alumni from this program have found employment at Complex Games and SkyBox Lab games. A minimum of 8 of these approved credits are required from within this approved Senior Years Technology Education Program cluster. In addition, students must fulfill the graduation requirements by completing optional credits. A Grade 11 Social Studies credit is not compulsory for Technology Education Program graduation.
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PowerSchool-SchoolMessenger Integration

Posted on Nov 10, 2015 by Beverly Baker Last Activity on Nov 10, 2015

Down to the wire on this one.  I had a lot of fun using After Effects for the title page the animation screen.  In fact, I hope to find time to go back and use stills with animations for the rest of project rather that camera video.  While I drew I drew on Marks skill set to do the title page, Deila skills helped me through the second sequence's animations.  I also played around with orientation animations and even clip art. A word of thanks to all the facilitators for the course, I enjoyed it ever so much!  Can't wait for games tomorrow! PowerSchool-SchoolMessenger Integration
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Digital Media Project Management Course

Posted on Nov 10, 2015 by Jamie Leduc Last Activity on Nov 25, 2015

Digital Voices is comprised of the following two “Interactive Digital Media” courses: Interactive Digital Media Project Management 40s (DM100V4S),Futures In Interactive Digital Media 40s (DM101V4S). Innovation, flexibility and creativity! Digital Voices is a unique 2 credit block digital media course designed for students interested in project-based learning. Learn how to plan, create and promote a project of their choice (i.e., an animated feature, an app, a game, a short film, etc) while experimenting with cutting-edge digital technology. The tools to create the digital media projects will be up to the discretion of the student. Students will be required to combine web 2.0 portfolio development tools and with trending digital media tools such as: web 2.0, Social Media, and augmented reality, etc. Students will have an opportunity to collaborate with peers and experts in the industry through in-person meetings, social media and video conferencing.
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The Concept of Story - A Media Arts Talk

Posted on Nov 9, 2015 by Jamie Leduc Last Activity on Nov 21, 2015

Presented by Vancouver Film School Instructor Paul Jensen Talk Theme: The concept of story is as old as human experience, language, and the desire to make sense of our existence. Throughout this lecture we will explore the origins of story, its archetypal structure in myth, and we’ll focus on how these journey patterns are fundamental in various art mediums; including Film, TV, Video Games & Digital Design. VFS Media Arts Educational Talk @ Sisler High School Date: Oct 26, 2:10 pm CST (3:10 pm EST)Location: Sisler High School LibraryInstructors: Vancouver Film School instructor Paul JensenParticipate online: Twitter: @SislerIDM, @DigitalVoices1, @Soapbox.ED, & #vfstalk
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Creativity in Education Best Practices Workshop

Posted on Nov 5, 2015 by Tim Kitchen Last Activity on Nov 15, 2015

This post features slides and resources shared by Dr Tim Kitchen during the 'Creativity in Education Best Practices Workshop' in Singapore on November 16, 2015.  Find out more about the Adobe in Education active use program in APAC via:?Our Vimeo Channel - CreateEDU TV Tim's online journal??
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Imagine a component, Draw it with Illustrator, Save it to a Flash Drive, Cut it with a Laser Cutter, Assemble the component, Use it!

Posted on Nov 1, 2015 by Andy Marks Last Activity on Nov 1, 2015

I am a M.E.S.A. adviser in Utah's Granite School District: MESA stands for Mathematics, Engineering, Science Achievement. This year's project is a prosthetic hand with "integrated computer science elements". The hand is to be controlled with an Arduino. In the past, other MESA advisers and their students have struggled with the "carpentry" aspects of designing and building things. I thought this year's project would be no different as I played with designing and building a hand that could be computer controlled.  I modeled the hand after my own, limiting it to an index finger and opposing thumb. The first hand I made took hours to build from three 1/2" layers of plywood, hand machined to accept a small stepper motor and to have enough room for a 16T, 32P, 5mm bore pinion gear driving a "gear finger" drawn in InkScape. The finger looks like my index finger, but at its base, where a knuckle resides, is a 48T, 32P gear. My first "gear finger" was cut b... Read More
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Publishing Workshops at Mona 2015 - Dr Tim Kitchen's resources

Posted on Oct 30, 2015 by Tim Kitchen Last Activity on Oct 30, 2015

This post features resources shared by Dr Tim Kitchen during his workshop/presentations at the 2015 Publishing Workshops at the MONA Gallery in Hobart, Tasmania (Australia) on Oct 31 & Nov 1. Find out more about the Adobe in Education active use program in APAC via:? Our Vimeo Channel - CreateEDU TV Tim's online journal??
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What is flipped leaning all about and why is it important?

Posted on Oct 27, 2015 by Tim Kitchen Last Activity on Nov 2, 2015

This post features resources shared by Dr Tim Kitchen during his presentation titled What is flipped leaning all about and why is it important with teachers at Northern Bay College in regional Victoria on Thursday October 29, 2015. Find out more about the Adobe in Education active use program in APAC via:?Our Vimeo Channel - CreateEDU TV Tim's online journal??
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Adobe Video Solutions for Education

Posted on Oct 23, 2015 by Tim Kitchen Last Activity on Oct 23, 2015

This post features resources shared by Dr Tim Kitchen during his workshop/presentation with Northern Territory educators and students on Friday October 23 at Sanderson Middle School in Darwin. Find out more about the Adobe in Education active use program in APAC via:? Our Vimeo Channel - CreateEDU TV Tim's online journal??
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Shot Construction Worksheet - Flipped Learning Lesson

Posted on Oct 21, 2015 by Kev Lavery Last Activity on Nov 19, 2015

This is a revised version of this post. This short activity provides students with an opportunity to practice storyboarding a range of shots portraying familiar situations. There is a predominant focus on subtlety and it also provides opportunities for sharing and reflection to better deconstruct the work they are doing. This lesson is designed for Media and Photography classes but would work well in an English class that is working on a film as text assessment. Realising that I often spend a good portion of beginning of the lesson going through examples and shot types I thought I would try a flipped learning approach - the lesson begins with a Video Essay to be watched by the students before the lesson so that they can get straight into the activity and use the class time to their advantage. I have attached a link to the YouTube video and also the shot construction worksheet.  Just in case the YouTube link doesn't work, this is it: Read More
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Advertising Portfolio Project

Posted on Oct 20, 2015 by Brian O'Dell Last Activity on Oct 23, 2015

This is a combination project where students will write scripts, create advertisements in video, radio, poster or web design concepts.  This portfolio includes:Rubrics, Script Samples, A full description Focus for Learning, Do's and Don't of design and much more. Teachers can put their own twist on the project themselves to meet standards they are covering.  This can be done in Digital Media Classes (film. graphic design, photography), Theater Classes, Art Classes and Web Design Classes, Business Classes, etc.
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Lord of the Rings Edit

Posted on Oct 19, 2015 by Brian O'Dell Last Activity on Oct 20, 2015

I received this project a few years ago.  Its the script, soundtrack and RAW video clips from the first Lord of the Rings movie. The project included script comprehension, clip edits and cutaway designations, sound/audio design and timing of reaction shots according to the actual movie.  The best part of this is the students have to determine the correct clips, sound files from the clips and clip designations and they can add reactions and cutaways the actual movie does not have.  This is a great production edit project! PS: The video starts at Aragorn saying "If by my life or death....The audio quality will need edited!!!! Let the fun begin! PLEASE HAVE YOUR STUDENTS CROP THE TIME CODE OFF THE PROJECT! I have created a drop box to download the zip file of items.  If you do not have a drop box log in, go to and create an account, Its Free.  
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Graphic Designers _ Resource Materials

Posted on Oct 17, 2015 by Vivens Joachim Last Activity on Oct 18, 2015

Here's one website that I believe if everyone follows and learns from the many different type of great tutorials offered, the sky is the limit for how high one can jump. Andrew Kramer is simply one of the best in the business. His recent success just tells you how talented this guys is. If you're in for great tutorials, check out his site.
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Creating A Movie Trailer

Posted on Oct 10, 2015 by Brian O'Dell Last Activity on Oct 10, 2015

This project uses multiple phases of production involving scriptwriting, voice-over narration, acting, filming, lighting, color corrections, sound design and creative thinking to develop a short movie trailer.  These students were lucky enough to find an abandoned school that the owners let them use.
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Exploring Creativity in the Classroom

Posted on Sep 26, 2015 by Maureen Clark Last Activity on Nov 9, 2015

I was inspired while working on the Train the Trainer Course with the section looking at creativity. As I went through the various resources, I felt I could implement Brown's and Seelig's thoughts on creativity into my classroom with my students. I created 2-3 day lessons (90 minute blocks) for covering the information in the videos and classroom activities.  The students had a good time and learned about play and how it can lead to creativity. Results for the activity have been included with this lesson. Enjoy! (note: instead of using finger rockets, I had the students make paper airplanes before we started the lesson) 
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"The Worst Roommate Ever" Practice Edit

Posted on Sep 25, 2015 by Brian O'Dell Last Activity on Oct 21, 2015

I found this video on Film Riot which they suggested be shared for basic video editing practice.  The material depending on what grades you teach may not be appropriate for school.  Not for foul language but just in general content.  This is up to your discretion.  I am attaching the script and the video for this project that teaches practical editing, timing, reaction shots and cutaways from raw footage shot by the Film Riot Team.  Please have your students give credit to Film Riot in the credits of their project.
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Kingswood News

Posted on Sep 24, 2015 by Tim Creighton Last Activity on Sep 24, 2015

An example of the news broadcast at Kingswood High. We used an AE template from Video Hive to make the project appear more professional
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