Have you ever noticed? There are common camera composition conventions that professional news video shooters, cinematographers, and broadcast engineers use to appeal to viewers. With this 10-Shot Camera Challenge, students can practice and hone basic camera composition shots.
The Utah Museum of Contemporary Art has provided this lesson plan to accompany the three 2022 mindfulness videos. This lesson plan covers how students can respond to and further develop the concepts explored in the videos. The lesson plans covers stress management, positive self-talk, breathing and more.
SFUSD's creative computing curriculum introduces computer science as a creative, collaborative, and engaging discipline to children in third through fifth grade.
Across 15-20 lessons at each grade level, students will learn about algorithms and programming, computing systems, the Internet, and impacts of computing, while developing strong practices and dispositions. Lessons are designed to be implemented in 45 to 60-minute periods approximately once per week.
- Information Technology Education
- Educational Technology
- Computer Science
- Material Type:
- Full Course
- Adapted primarily from Creative Commons licensed resources developed by the ScratchEd team at the Harvard Graduate School of Education and Code.org. See also the original ScratchEd Creative Computing curriculum guide.
- Created by the San Francisco Unified School District (SFUSD) Computer Science team: CSinSF.org.
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Learn about common problems in audio production, how to solve them and what you can do to capture quality audio.
Students learn how to conquer external audio recorders and best practices for recording and syncing audio. This resource includes a video and teaching resources.
Students learn how sound can make or break their videos, why understanding the power of audio in video production is important, and an overview of different types of mics.
This resource is a Social Studies student activity that utilizes Utah's Online Library resources - specifically, Gale Reference Collection, World Book Encyclopedia, eMedia, EBSCO, and Library of Congress to help students learn about Alexander Graham Bell.
This is a lesson plan template created by the Utah Education Network. It is meant to guide educators through creating lesson plans that contain all the necessary components for teacher and student success. Remix this template each time you create a lesson to share in eMedia. When you edit each section of the lesson plan template, delete the template description and add your own content. Add files and links to each section as needed. Remember to replace the preview image with an openly licensed image or screen capture that represents your lesson. After completing each lesson plan section included in this template, you will click "next" at the top of your screen. This is when you will replace this overview with your own brief description of your lesson. You will also be asked to finalize your lesson details (metadata), including connecting it to state curriculum standards. Please do not skip these details. These choices are what align your lesson to state standards and help others search for resources in eMedia. Thank you for contributing to eMedia!
Students discover what constitutes a natural disaster, explore the different professions involved with natural disaster response, identify steps they can take to help themselves and others be prepared for natural disasters. Students also learn about filmmaking and create a film to share stories and lessons learned from natural disasters and educate individuals about natural disaster preparedness. Emergency Preparedness picture from public domain (https://nara.getarchive.net/media/washington-dc-july-7-2006-a-red-cross-ready-to-go-preparedness-kit-showing-946cb7)
Preparation and practice are the keys to a successful interview and amazing story. The goal of the interview is to get soundbites that connect with your audience, illuminate the topic, and move your story forward.
Learn why good lighting is key to producing great video content.
How does news get from the front lines to your feed? Let’s take a look behind the curtain... Students will gain an understanding of what constitutes broadcast news and how it’s produced. They will use this knowledge to work backwards, investigating and critically analyzing news stories they’ve recently encountered. Click on the Activities Tab to complete the lesson.
MIT Lincoln Laboratory offers this 3-week course in the design, fabrication, and test of a laptop-based radar sensor capable of measuring Doppler, range, and forming synthetic aperture radar (SAR) images. You do not have to be a radar engineer but it helps if you are interested in any of the following; electronics, amateur radio, physics, or electromagnetics.