When we talk about having access to spaces and tools for hands-on minds-on learning, Making Media feels like a natural process to include. Many of the makerspaces or innovative learning spaces we have visited over the years have a sound studio with a podcasting microphone or movie making studio with a green screen. With tools like WeVideo for Schools, that now support real-time remote collaboration, students can have anywhere anytime access to collaborative media making opportunities remotely, as well as in real time.
We decided that Making Media was a timely topic for our March Monthly Maker Educator Exchange on March 17.
Sign up here to join either the morning or the afternoon group of educators who will meet to share projects, challenges, tips, and tricks for Making Media as part of their innovative learning space.
Our tentative agenda for March 17 will start with 10 minutes of networking and introductions. We'll then invite all participants to share a project, tip, or trick that focuses on Making media. In the last 30 minutes we'll invite you to join a hands on workshop that models how you might use WeVideo's real time collaboration tools to create collaborative video projects or podcasting projects.
We'll send all registered participants the Zoom link for this virtual event.
You may also signup up through our Monthly MakerEd MEETUP group here.
Let's learn together and inspire each other. Speaking of inspiration, here's a fun maker project using Green Screen that Carly Marsh-Brassord made at Create Make Learn 2015.
And if you missed our earlier monthly meetups, you can find resources and highlights below