In my latest video blog, I talk about consistency.
Yes, it happened and the video below explains why. In year two of my teaching journey, I am wiser, but I still have a lot to learn.
This is a guest post by Alana Brown. She is a mother, blogger and educator. You can find her posts online at Considering the Lily and you can follow her on twitter. After seven years of being in the trenches of the classroom, I’ve decided it’s time to venture into another realm of education. I’ve greatly [...]
This is a guest post by Pierre Quinn . He is a full time husband & father but sometimes moonlights as a blogger, teacher, public speaker, and pastor. Check out Pierre’s blog or connect with him on Twitter. Just a few months ago you were jumping with joy because it was the last day of the school year. [...]
My first year as a media production teacher in Baltimore City has come to an end and I had good times and bad times, but through it all I have learned some valuable lessons. Teachers are reviewed on what we do inside the four walls of the classroom. Other activities are nice, but when it comes [...]
I often tell my students that editing video is about fine-tuning details. It is always about trimming at the correct point and making a video look believable. In this tutorial created for my training site Web Video Chefs, I show you the process for fine-tuning an edit using the range selection tool in Final Cut Pro [...]
You can accept reality as it is or create it the way you want it to be. But you must act once you have your thoughts together. It’s very basic, but very few people do it. What do you need to ACT on today?
The more I use various video editing systems, the more that can be up for debate. As a media teacher I want to give my students relevant experience for the latest software. I made the decision to teach my class Final Cut Pro X instead of going with the established software Final Cut Pro 7. There [...]