Creating a Green Screen Video in the Classroom puts Students anywhere in the World
Scholastic.com ‘s article, “Create a Green Screen Video in the Classroom” http://bit.ly/1kt8Dhc is a great resource for learning about interesting ways green screening can be used in the classroom. The article’s author, Lindsey Petlak, is a teacher who created her own green screen video with the help of her students to apply for scholarship assistance. To create her movie, she used the Green Screen by DoInk app http://bit.ly/1f3Sj20 on the iPad and her article includes pictures of of the process. Lindsey believes that there are “endless possibilities for learning” when students are involved in movie making. She says the process puts “students in the director’s chair” which “facilitates authentic learning and assessment opportunities and results in Oscar-worthy productions, with little to NO prep!” Lindsey loves using a green screen when making movies because it puts students “anywhere in the world.” We agree. Where would you like to go today?