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GATS, Creativity and film making with Premiere Elements

GATS, Creativity and film making with Premiere Elements

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  • Presentation is in two partsCreativity – What is it? How do we encourage it? Classroom based egUsing Premiere – what you need to know
  • Need to transform a whole lot of ideas into a vision – something that will entertain, make sense to the audience- Very high level though processes going on
  • Think about these how these techniques were used to create this.
  • Need to transform a whole lot of ideas into a vision – something that will entertain, make sense to the audience- Very high level though processes going on
  • Discuss how do we do this? Show them my examples and explain how I created this atmosphere despite the fact of showing a boring eg.
  • DemonstrateFilm some video in session then insert into Premiere, add the old effect, Give it a title GATS in 1967, add some old music and save – put on sharepoint
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    • 1. Encourage creativity through film making with Adobe Premiere Elements (on the laptops)<br />Anne Vogelnest<br />Teaching and Learning Consultant 7-12, Northern Sydney Region<br />
    • 2. Creative thinking and film<br />Originality<br />Random Input<br />Brainstorming<br />Transformation<br />Visualising<br />Problem Solving<br />Guided Imagery<br />Fluency<br />Flexibility<br />Anne Vogelnest<br />Teaching and Learning Consultant 7-12, Northern Sydney Region<br />
    • 3. Transformation of an ideathe lost generation<br />Anne Vogelnest<br />Teaching and Learning Consultant 7-12, Northern Sydney Region<br />I could not include the videos in this presentation as it made the file to big to upload. You can look this one up on YouTube.<br />
    • 4. Which skills were used?<br />Modification<br />Originality<br />Divergent thinking<br />Random Input<br />Metaphorical thinking<br />Brainstorming<br />Transformation<br />Visualising<br />Problem Solving<br />Guided Imagery<br />Fluency<br />Task question?<br />Flexibility<br />Imagine life at 50<br />Anne Vogelnest<br />Teaching and Learning Consultant 7-12, Northern Sydney Region<br />
    • 5. Promote a creative environmentEliminate ‘blockers’<br />Anne Vogelnest<br />Teaching and Learning Consultant 7-12, Northern Sydney Region<br />
    • 6. Nuts & boltsHow can I do this in the classroom?<br /><ul><li>Concept based task
    • 7. Promote a creative environment
    • 8. Encourage teamwork – allocate roles
    • 9. DER access to Premiere Elements
    • 10. Sharing – ensure there is a real audience (rich tasks)</li></ul>Anne Vogelnest<br />Teaching and Learning Consultant 7-12, Northern Sydney Region<br />
    • 11. Classroom process for task <br />1/ Handed out task and modelled it<br /><ul><li>Concept/Scenario based
    • 12. Provision in task for inclusion of ‘knowledge’ information</li></ul>2/ Included some links to resources<br /><ul><li>content
    • 13. copyright free material</li></ul>3/ Said YES to every idea <br />4/ Persisted with technical challenges<br />Anne Vogelnest<br />Teaching and Learning Consultant 7-12, Northern Sydney Region<br />
    • 14. Modellingusing premiere elements.<br />All you need are the basics!<br />1/ Get footage (video, photos, music)<br />2/ Import into Premiere <br />3/ Where are the effects buttons?<br />4/ Adding titles<br />5/ Adding sound<br />6/ Share<br />7/ Create a class how-to<br />Anne Vogelnest<br />Teaching and Learning Consultant 7-12, Northern Sydney Region<br />
    • 15. resources.<br />TaLe: Tools4U<br />Adobe TV<br />http://tv.adobe.com/channel/how-to/elements-tutorials/<br />You tube<br />Anne Vogelnest<br />Teaching and Learning Consultant 7-12, Northern Sydney Region<br />

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