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Saturday, January 26 • 2:30pm - 3:30pm
Video Masters in Primary and Secondary schools

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The digital development of today gives everybody an opportunity to express themselves using moving images (video) to make statements and publish it online for everybody to watch, meaning that the amount of homemade videos accessible is continually growing, but the quality of most of it is poor, not to say disgraceful.

A lot of younger people think they can run around with their iPhone, iPad or a video camera for ten minutes filming around, add some music on the computer and upload it to youtube, and then it is great film art.
With this in mind, it is now the time to act and realize there is a need for education in the language of film, in film analysis and film history.

My experience is that many teachers are afraid of starting a video project in the classroom because of insufficient knowledge about how to handle the camera and the editing.
The aim of this workshop is to encourage teachers to start looking into this subject and start using video as a tool for storytelling in the classroom, and will give you some tools how to analyze short films and documentaries to make the used camera work, editing methods and the construction of the story visible, helping both you as a teacher and the students to improve their storytelling abilities.

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Jørgen Mortensen

Learning Technology Coach-Film & Media, Renaissance College
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Saturday January 26, 2013 2:30pm - 3:30pm HKT

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