What is it? One of my favorite things to do in the classroom is to make movies. It’s an amazing tool to teach a subject or to check for understanding. It engages and enchants students. When they see what they’ve created, their faces light up. And really, isn’t that what we strive for, to find […]
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Posted by Mr. Avery on Monday, September 19th 2011
category: Video Tools
tags: chroma key, chroma keyer, green, green screen, iMovie, movie, movies, muslin, muslin fabric, Pinnacle, Pinnacle Studio, projects, screen, videos
I am a 6th grade teacher in Plympton, Massachusetts. I have a passion for integrating technology into the classroom. You can find my classroom blog here.
Terrific blog post Shawn; thanks so much for shari...
Terrie Wood says
I am getting ready to use Storybird in my high sch...
Tracy Watanabe says
Hi Shawn, This looks incredible. How does it co...
Reshan Richards says
Hi Thanks so much for mentioning our app in your ...
Mr. Avery says
Hi Rachel, I'm not sure that there's a way you co...
Mr. Avery says
Thanks Julie! I hope it's not blocked either. Gl...
Mrs. Hembree says
Great article Shawn! I will share with our teacher...
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