317Thursday, March 15, 2007

7:30 AM-8:30 AMConvention Center:324-325
AAHE/School K-12
Making Movies Can Be Fun
This session will be presented by a Health Educator, Music Educator, and a Librarian to show teachers a new and different way to disperse content information to their students using Windows Movie Maker. Cross curricular benefits will be emphasized in this session. Teachers will see part of a movie that was created by eighth grade students. An explanation of the Movie Maker program will be given including what works well and what does not work well (including large group organization). Teachers will be given time to practice working with Windows Movie Maker using sample movie clips provided by the presenters.
Keyword(s): technology
Presider: Christina Chen, Texas A&M University, College Station, TX
Speakers: Beth Harvey, Chesterfield County Public Schools, Richmond, VA; and Rita Driscoll and Misti Wajciechowski, Bailey Bridge Middle School, Midlothian, VA

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