Accepting Reality

Without doing a personality test on all of the teachers in the world and by diving headlong into a generalization, I make the following statement with all of the confidence in the world:

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Three Hours Recharges Your Program

I have heard of teachers who have had a lot of success with three-day or five-day boot camps, workshops, etc. with their incoming staffs preparing for the new year through ice breaker games, skill building and work exercises.

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Student-Led Broadcasts

It has often been said that the best way is to “let the children lead the way,” and this is most definitely the case when it comes to allowing students the opportunity to showcase their talents as budding TV production teams.

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Young Graduate Captures the Shot

A day after graduating from the University of Bristol (UK) with a degree in Zoology, the 22 year old was more than happy to travel the world with National Geographic photography veteran Steve Winter for an adventure of a lifetime.

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‘Cam-Stream’ – The Future of Streaming?

There’s no doubt whatsoever that video streaming is an exceptional powerful communication tool that is now widely available to almost everyone, even in schools which haven’t as yet completely embraced video technology as being an essential element in modern education.

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Video Streaming School Successes

In last month’s article I looked at how easy it is to do video streaming, and several readers have asked me about what kind of things I’d recommend they try streaming first, and why.

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What We Do Matters

I may be wrong but I believe our job as video production teachers reaches much farther than those in academic subjects because what we teach is unique and very specific.

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  1. SVN Student Media Events
  2. NCCS Video Journalism's Mobile Storyteller
  3. Video in Education Part 2: Reaching Your Audience Safely
  4. Changing the Way Classrooms Work
  5. Looking For The Strong, Silent Type
  6. Tim Busfield's Performance Arts Warm-up Workshop
  7. Video in Education - A new series
  8. The Realities of Revision
  9. Welcome To The YouTube Generation
  10. Looking Through The Perryscope
  11. Plan to Attend the Art of Visual Storytelling Tour
  12. You are Also Part of a Team
  13. Teradek's Live:Air
  14. Pre-Existing Inspirations
  15. The Sports Demo Reel
  16. Introduction to Weather
  17. Sports Broadcasting
  18. Could It Be A Movie?
  19. Know your Equipment and Resources
  20. NECIR Summer Broadcast Journalism Workshops
  21. What to Teach
  22. Aerial Videography
  23. 10 Steps to Live Stream your Production
  24. Bringing Real World Television Production to the Classroom
  25. Dress, Costuming and Props
  26. Video & Broadcast Teachers Guide for Better Resources
  27. Guide to Film School
  28. The World's Worst News Package?
  29. DAFT Media Teacher Symposium
  30. Does your School Have a Film Production Club? We need you!
  31. Streaming High School Sports with Wirecast
  32. Phil Harris Needs Your News Set Pics
  33. Coffee with a Geek: a new monthly column
  34. Georgia Student Media Event October 11th
  35. Broadcasting Live Sports on a Budget
  36. Available online now: Two Special Issues
  37. Teaching New Dogs Old Tricks
  38. Roland to Give Away a VR-3EX at ISTE
  39. STN Announces Academy Programs
  40. Crew Assignments
  41. Review: Saving Mr. Banks
  42. SETV and High School Cube – Partners in Broadcast Education
  43. Lesson Plans / Curriculum and other resources
  44. SVN Introduces a new series, Curriculum Corner
  45. Buttons, Menus and Wheels! Oh My!
  46. DSLR Dynamics Tour
  47. Starting a Video Production Department
  48. DSLR Dynamics Duo to Train Filmmakers in 30-City Tour
  49. How to Turn your iPhone into a Professional Video Camera in One Easy Step
  50. Sports Kick-off: Your Guide To Shooting Sports
  51. The new SVN-TV is on the air!
  52. Goodbye Tape, Hello Digital! Part Two
  53. Taking a Look Inside Live Stream Broadcasting
  54. Broadcast High School Sports - Like a Pro - On a Budget
  55. Goodbye Tape, Hello Digital!
  56. Shooting DV: Getting Better Footage
  57. Teaching Screenwriting to Teenagers
  58. Broadcast Your First Event With High School Cube & Get $250
  59. Meet Christina Hamlett
  60. Tales of a Cold Late Winter Night in Central Pennsylvania
  61. SVN Student Filmmaking Re-Launch
  62. Directing Music Videos
  63. Using Video to Improve Student Learning
  64. Iowa Builds a Vision for Education Transformation
  65. Christina Hamlett Offers Two Courses for SVN Readers
  66. The People With Whom You Work
  67. Avid Media Composer 6 - Is it Right for Your School
  68. Final Cut Pro X: Is It Worth It?
  69. Focus on News Broadcasting
  70. A Poor Man’s SANS