This "Video" Workshop's lesson plan hearkens back to the roots of the Rotation Model's "A-V" workshop which included making our own audio-visuals, rather than, just viewing clips from store-bought videos. Smartphones have become one of the primary ways we make our own own media in the 21st Century, and this lesson taps their easy-to-use capabilities. Creating time-lapse or stop-motion stories is definitely fun, but it also creates strong memories, is very hands-on, and creates content that...


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