On this page you will find resources about digital video for middle school students.

Resources for Teachers

Meaningful Digital Video for Every Classroom:
http://www.techlearning.com/showArticle.jhtml?articleId=18700330

Digital Cameras in Education Wiki:
http://digitalcamerasined.wikispaces.com/

On Demand Digital Video (article from TechLearning Magazine):
http://www.techlearning.com/showArticle.jhtml?articleID=192700192

Digitales Blog from Julie Lindsay at International School Dhaka

"Digital storytelling is about using ICT and multimedia tools to tell a story, often of a personal nature. The story is short (about 5 minutes) and has certain features that include developing creative tension and providing a moral or point of reflection for the viewer. This blog aims to provide resources for potential digital story telling creators and to showcase digital stories (digitales) created all over the world. All digitales available via this blog have been made by my students or colleagues who have given their permission to share them."

Online Video Editing Tools:

Online Video Editing Wiki:
http://onlinevideo.wikispaces.com/

Jumpcut:
http://www.jumpcut.com/
HowTo: Jumpcut:
http://onlinevideo.wikispaces.com/Jumpcut

VideoEgg:
http://www.videoegg.com/
HowTo: VideoEgg:
http://onlinevideo.wikispaces.com/videoegg

EyeSpot:
http://eyespot.com/
HowTo: EyeSpot:
http://onlinevideo.wikispaces.com/Eyespot

You can find storyboard and digital video tips for students on the Middle School IT Wiki.

Teching Resources
Please feel free to use the following worksheets and job aids when working with iMovie in your classroom: