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Re: [teacherartexchange] Summer is Ending - YUP!


From: Rebecca Burch (mamallama_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Sun Aug 12 2007 - 18:57:07 PDT

Does your school have Windows Movie Maker? I was about to buy a
digital video editing program when the computer tech guy informed me
that the school already had WMM, but he hadn't installed it because he
didn't think anybody would use it. (!!!) My kids have made
stop-motion animation, video documentaries, music videos, even slide
shows with it.

School starts for me on Wednesday. It seems so early! But I am
excited to go back to school. I have a challenging schedule this
year, so I'm a little nervous, but I am also looking forward to
implementing some changes to my program this year.

Charleston WV

On 8/12/07, leah rachlis <> wrote:
> It sure is! I start Teaching tomorrow morning, I have no computers, no
> software, and no curriculum... so this is where I PUNT! I have asked for
> and may receive Adobe Creative Suite, I hope it works out. Evidently this
> school is supposed to be a magnet school for arts and technology, but nobody
> every really did anything with it. I just heard yesterday that the
> principal who opened the school 3 years ago, had a death in the family and
> took a leave which he did not return from. There has been no real leadership
> until this new principal took over this year. Fortunately, no one used the
> budget either. We shall see.
> I am looking for some good reference or curriculum. I know there are some
> really good projects on Adobe's website and I think I read that CS3 comes
> with a training DVD. But I figure some one out there has some good pointers
> for me!
> and, a follow up thought: Last month during the Met-on-line course, we did
> alot with technology, I still had not had even the first job offer, or this
> one... but I did mess around abit with Photoshop for my self portrait, I had
> a lot of people contact me on line for "how-to's" and I remember thinking,
> boy I wish I could use this in a classroom!!!! Isn't that wild!
> Leah
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