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Hi allI am wondering if you use any warmers/ ice-breaker exercises in your creative learning environment you want to share.Thank you.Have a great day Chris
This is a chart with examples of 11 of basic shots for video shot composition. The attached powerpoint file is meant to be used as template for storyboarding. It is for 16x9 aspect ration storyboarding.
These steps are found in Alexander MacKendrick's On Filmmaking: The Craft of the Director. Storytelling is at the heart of the video making process. These steps are a great method and process for deconstructing the stories we love and as an outline for building new ones.
As the year winds down, we have had many great resources shared here on the Ed Exchange, some found and others created by our members. Which ones stand out as the best resources this year? Why not comment and we can compile a shortlist of the best of the best?
I've been teaching for 10+ years. I am now teaching Media Arts for P-6 in Melbourne, Australia.
Digital Video: Foundations of Video Design and Production is a project-based curriculum that develops career and communication skills in digital video production, using Adobe tools. The Digital Video curriculum develops four key skill areas: project management and collaboration; design; research and communication; and professional video production, using Adobe tools.
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This workshop provides an overview of the three Adobe Digital Careers Curriculums: Digital Design, Video Production, and Visual Design.
Portfolios communicate accomplishments, works in progress, or personal history. Individuals use portfolios to showcase their work when applying for a job, pitching to clients, or applying for higher education. Traditionally a portfolio is a book containing design samples. Portfolios can also be electronic, easily and quickly sharing a designer’s work with anyone in the world. In this project, students create the elements of a portfolio that features work they have completed and work to be completed, concentrating on a particular career area. As students create their portfolios, they plan, implement, and test their designs; students then reflect on and evaluate their work. Student product: Portfolio
Research and screenwriting are an integral part of the pre-production workflow. Use this activity to introduce writing for video best practices and how to use Adobe Story in the screenwriting process. File Updates: Files updated on September 25, 2017 to Adobe Story CC (March 2015) release.
Shooting and editing video is fun and easy. With today's technology, you can make compelling videos and films. Use this activity to introduce students to digital videos, the digital video production workflow, and the tools used to produce excellent video projects. File Updates: Files updated on July 17, 2017 to Adobe Premiere Pro CC 2017.1 (April 2017) release.
Digital photography is fast, fun, and easy. One of the coolest things about digital photography is that you can see your picture right away. With just a few clicks of the mouse you can download, organize, edit, and share all of your digital photos. In this activity, students take photos and gather images from various sources, identifying elements of visual design that reflect good composition. Students also learn about scanned images, Camera RAW, video stills, and key digital image terminology. File Updates: Files updated on December 5, 2016 to the Adobe Photoshop CC 2017 (November 2016) release.Files updated on January 29, 2018 to Adobe Photoshop CC 2018 (version 22.0 - October 2017) release.
Portfolios communicate accomplishments, works in progress, or personal history. In this activity, students plan and organize content for a portfolio that will feature work they have completed and work to be completed. They determine the audience, goals, and structure of their portfolio and organize the portfolios content through creating a flowchart. As students plan their portfolios, they reflect on and evaluate their work.
There are many kinds of jobs within the design field including careers in graphic design, web development, video production, and so on. In order for students to take the skills they are using and apply them in the real world they should understand what career choices are available and what qualifications and skill sets they will need to be hired for a job in their desired field. In this activity, students research career areas and job titles to help them identify career goals, necessary certifications and qualifications, and to help them determine the focus and goals of a portfolio.
Continually reviewing ones work and redesigning as you go will ensure high quality outcomes. Engaging in review and redesign cycles is a useful step in the overall design process intended to help students improve and expand their designs and design skills. In this activity students engage in a formal review and redesign process where they will make any necessary changes to their project according to the feedback from the design review.
A reflection paper is used to capture reactions, feelings and analysis of an experience in a more personal way than in a research essay or formal presentation. Use this activity to introduce reflection papers and how your students can use them to reflect on the process of creating a design project by identifying areas for improvement for their project and process.
Depending on the project, sometimes a client or another team member will provide the content and sometimes the designer is expected to create or take the content and make it project ready. Use this activity to review the general rules of writing to facilitate how the content is written and presented and/or giving advice to a client on content creation and presentation. Additionally students will learn how to research and write content for theme, purpose, and audience.
Most jobs in the design world require teamwork and will use project management and planning tools to ensure successful project deliver, especially to clients. In order for students to learn these important skills, use this activity to introduce the concepts and best practices used for project planning, production phases, project management and working in teams.
Project planning is an important step in the production phases of design projects. In this activity students learn how to create a project plan and use it to plan and track project milestones, meet their project deliverables, and understand teammates roles and responsibilities.
The ability for a designer to be able to present design projects is an important skills to have as it can happen at various junctures and in various ways throughout the design cycle. Presentations can take many forms and be made to a variety of audiences. Use this activity to teach your students how to communicate clearly, ideas for creating effective presentations, and guidelines for presenting to teammates, groups, and clients.
Revision is an important part of the design process and many designers can benefit from peer review. Additionally, peer review occurs in many professional environments and it will be good practice to start on this essential skill now. In this activity, students are introduced to guidelines for how to participate in peer review so they can communicate information and listen to and provide feedback.
Focus groups are an effective way to reach out to your potential audience so they can provide feedback and comments that help designers evaluate their projects and/or test new ideas. In this activity students are introduced to the purpose of a focus group and general tips for conducting them so they can use the feedback to inform and improve their designs.