Selfies…we see them in social media, hear the term on the radio, and in conversations all around. As a matter of fact, just today I heard that there’s a new song about selfies playing on the radio now.
I’ve been thinking…Continue
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This weekend, at midnight on Friday night, my son and his best friend decided to make Captain America inspired T-Shirts in Pixie. They didn't do what I thought they were going to do, but instead did a star with the paint stretched in different military styled camo patterns, their name and a word that describes their favorite character from the movie. We were going to print them at home on iron on transfer paper, but mine were pretty old and…Continue
I love my child. He is a learning challenge ball of fun. He loves to confuse things and hates when I write notes to his teachers. For example, he has to write a script, with a team member, based on a myth and then perform it. His genre of myth is Celtic Myths, and he and his partner found something about leprechauns. Joey was a bit nervous about writing a script, so I made a suggestion to instead write a comic strip story using Wixie. I figured…Continue
I attended Columbia College in Columbia, SC, for the first two years of my college life. During my time at this all women's college we celebrated diversity, culture and the courage to stand up for what's right. The month of March was always special since it was the celebration of women's History Month. The theme for the 2014 National Women's History Month is "Celebrating Women of Character, Courage, and Commitment."
The 2014 nominees…Continue
Added by Danielle Abernethy on March 5, 2014 at 10:31am — No Comments
In honor of storytelling month, I have included a presentation that shows how students can create innovative movies in Frames to APPLY and SHARE their mastery of the Common Core Standards. Click on the link below to see how students can use Frames to compare cultures, create docudramas and PSA's, retell fables, showcase sequential writing and respond to complex text. …Continue
Added by Carolyn Daly on October 2, 2013 at 9:32am — No Comments
Lately I have been getting quite a few emails asking for a camera recommendation for creating stop-motion animations in Frames. My first reaction, and a caveat to anyone reading this, is that I am not sure I am the best to give a recommendation.
So instead of sharing specifics, let me share a bit more information about how Frames works with stop-motion as well as a few things to consider when looking at different models.
To begin, you can capture frames in Frames several…Continue
Added by Melinda Kolk on August 26, 2013 at 6:30am — No Comments
My son is the world's biggest critic and loves to share his opinion. Problem is, he has yet to learn to share his opinion in a nice tone and we have to coax the reasons for his opinion out of him. Late last night news hit about Ben Affleck being cast as the next Batman. Joey's also a HUGE superhero fan and I while he was part of the 1% that liked Dare Devil a little, he's going to have a huge fit when he finds out. I hope he doesn't find out till after chores are done tonight.
Added by Danielle Abernethy on August 23, 2013 at 7:19am — No Comments
Carolyn did a quick overview of frames at our school today, and this is a video I came up with while play around during the hour training! This is so much fun! I can't wait to get my first graders hooked! Welcome to School
Added by Danielle Abernethy on July 22, 2013 at 11:00am — No Comments
I remember that in my old school., returning from Christmas break meant gearing up for the big state test. For many teachers that means no time for creativity because the…Continue
Added by Danielle Abernethy on January 3, 2013 at 8:37am — No Comments
One of the final questions asked last night really struck a chord with me during the Vice-President's debate. The question was about the negativity of the ads. Both sides of the campaign are guilty of running negative ads. My niece and I were talking about the ads the other day and we agreed that they all make us feel like we're about to enter a world similar to that seen in Hunger Games or that new show…Continue
Added by Danielle Abernethy on October 12, 2012 at 8:13am — No Comments
In honor of poetry month, I have decided to write a poem about why I LOVE the latest version of Frames!
Why Upgrade to Frames 5?????
Enhanced image, text, and sound integration,
Time lapse and customized path animation.
Real-time project collaboration, web hosting and more.
Check out how fifth grade students in the Del Mar School District in California showed off their knowledge of cellular respiration using their vocal cords and creativity!
The students wrote their own lyrics to a familar song (using their Google Docs account) and then storyboarded…Continue
Added by Carolyn Daly on November 9, 2011 at 3:51pm — No Comments
In Frames 4 you can capture images from a live video stream or import images from a digital camera. To capture images from a live video stream, you will need a camera that can provide a video stream. A standard web cam and most digital video cameras will work fine. If you prefer to use a still image digital camera, you can import images directly from the camera’s internal storage. …Continue
Added by Kenith Rogers on October 7, 2011 at 1:30pm — No Comments
This morning I was reading an interesting blog post about Project Based Learning written by an educator that simply goes by the name Nev.
Nev's blogpost brings up some really good points on what is project…Continue
Added by Danielle Abernethy on September 6, 2011 at 2:56pm — No Comments
Claymation is great for engaging students in the curriculum and bringing creativity and exploration to the classroom. To help you get started with this exciting approach to exploring the curriculum, we have developed a…
Students in the Tech Club at Julington Creek Elementary had success in their district's Jim Hardin FAME (Florida Association for Media in Education) contest. Students used Frames to create animations and PSAs.
Check out their great contest…Continue
Check out Glendale, AZ's teacher, Kristen Robertson, and one of her student's reporting "live" about the power of integrating green screening within the curriculum.
Added by Carolyn Daly on February 17, 2011 at 2:39pm — No Comments
In working on an article for the next issue of Creative Educator, I have had the great opportunity to talk with some great minds in education, both visionary and practical. After talking with Ben Johnson of Poudre School District in Fort Collins, Colorado, I just had to share a great video about technology use in their district. Despite having one of the states lowest per pupil funding rates, Poudre continues to have a strong vision for…Continue
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