Tech Salad

With Crunchy Bits and Bytes

December 9, 2011
by Bea Leiderman
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Persuasion

This week the students in Ms. Holloway’s class have been creating campaign ads for fictitious candidates. Here are a couple I’ve found interesting. The first group focused on the numbers. I love the music they selected. It paints a grim … Continue reading

November 14, 2011
by Bea Leiderman
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More Claymation Fun

Trying to troubleshoot some issues the students were having at the middle school, I created my own silly claymation. I shot each frame using a document camera, saving each with a number. Then I added them to an iMovie project … Continue reading

November 9, 2011
by Bea Leiderman
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Claymation Fun

Over the past few weeks, both GMS and GHS students have been exploring claymation. Students have been using FrameByFrame and iMovie. GMS students in Ms. Tolson’s class will be publishing their projects to their YouTube channel soon. You can see … Continue reading

September 29, 2010
by Bea Leiderman
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Scratch Movie…First Attempt

Back in the day, I watched the Roger Rabbit movie about a dozen times. Now I’ve made my own clip of live action and animated characters. I did it just as a test, but now that I know it works, … Continue reading

February 12, 2009
by Bea Leiderman
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Fixing Your Pen

This short video was produced using an AVerMedia document camera and a combination of iMovie HD and iMovie 08. Take a look and learn how to fix the barrel button on a Promethean ActivPen.

October 30, 2008
by Bea Leiderman
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Pauwau Podcast

I am live-blogging from Mrs. Jamie Winfield’s classroom where we are watching the movies made by students after their field trip to the Pauwau a few weeks ago.These documentaries are very good! Students brought iPods and cameras to the field … Continue reading