Amrita Deshpande
Educator, Independent Artist

Getting Students interested in Exploring, Learning and presenting using Adobe video projects

Project Published 10/16/19 Last updated on 10/16/19

Attached is a video that helps teachers use video projects to get children interested in the concepts that are difficult to understand.

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In this project, children get involved in the creation of the video as well as finding and learning the concepts being taught in school.

Making the physical model for the video also makes children be creative in building tangible prototypes of the ideas they come up with.

Recording a video and presenting it to the class helps children revise the concepts and also teach what they know and have learn't . It helps them overcome fear of public speaking. When they are presenting to the camera they are much comfortable as it could be done in their own space. However, they still have to present the video to their peers and explain the concept to their peers. Learning to put together a video also helps them learn the essential concept of editing and talking in a precise, time based format.

  • Adobe Premiere Pro

    Edit media in its native format and create productions for film, TV, and web.

Age Levels
1+ Week
Content Standards
Video Communication with Adobe Premiere Pro
ISTE Standards
Students: Creative Communicator, Students: Empowered Learner, Students: Innovative Designer, Students: Computational Trainer, Students: Knowledge Constructor

Premiere Pro CC software for recording video.

Material needed for the physical Prototype. Recycled paper, cardboard, buttons, pins, glue. etc.

Audition software for recording audio and editing it.

CC License
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