The use of iPads in education is a revolution that's only just begun. One of the most exciting prospects for schools that have bought iPads is filmmaking, because now pupils can shoot, edit and upload with a single device. Not wishing to overdo it, but as a step in the progress of information technology this is as significant as the Guttenburg press or the invention of television!
The use of iPads (and other mobile devices with cameras) speeds up and simplifies the process of filmmaking and makes it accessible to all teachers and pupils, not just the Media Studies department. Filmmaking in education, as in the outside world, is becoming a core skill because devices keep getting more powerful and more universal.
iPad filmmaking is a new course for teachers' continuing professional development (CPD) in schools that have invested in iPads.
The aim of this one-day course is to give you confidence in running your own filmmaking projects with your class. It's completely hands-on from the outset and is structured to give you all the skills you need to make iPad filmmaking take off at your school.
✔ Ideas for curriculum-friendly projects
✔ iPad filming tips
✔ How to record great quality sound (essential!)
✔ Apps and Accessories
✔ Styllistic tips and tricks
✔ Using the iPad in conjunction with other devices
✔ Uploading to the Web from anywhere
Who's it for?
The course has been desinged for teachers of all subjects and the framework and equipment could be used by classes at Key Stage 2, 3, 4 and 5. You do need to bring you own iPad and you'll also need to download the editing software called Pinnacle Studio which (as of November 2012) costs £6.99 from the App store.
£259 + VAT per person
Please choose a date and venue to suit you from the list below. This training is also available as an INSET day.
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