After reading the Neinsteins’ blog during quad blogging we decided
to try a time lapse of our own. Here’s the first …. there’ll probably be
We are writing letters to a school in Christchurch as part of ‘chip-in for Christchurch” day on July 15. In our letters we are including a QR code to a YouTube video we made- “Smiles for Christchurch“. You can see the video below.
by Room 11
It seems my time is spent on Twitter these days, but here’s a new post for my edublogs blog. I saw a link from Mashable on Twitter today and it gave me an idea for a class project. Here’s a quick video I made to explain.
Of course it needn’t be the student’s own face that the talking mouth is added to. It could be a character from a book, an historical character or anyone/anything else that suits. I didn’t use a QR code on my image, but if you use a QR Code generator and upload videos to YouTube you can use the same QR enabled device for many different objects.
The original Mashable post is here.
And this is me… (click the image to embiggen)
Year 4 Media Team – 2009
Students from rooms 7, 8 and 9 interviewed Mr Mangan last term. They wanted to know what he thought about recycling and about Glenview becoming an Enviroschool.
The team only had one camera – see if you can work out how they filmed the interview.
There were lots of photographs taken and I’ll add them here later.