In-Person Media Lab Workshops

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In-Person Media Lab Sessions

Video & Green Screen Editing with iMovie

iOS, Grades K-12
Even the youngest editors can easily create their own video productions in iMovie, Apple’s free video editor.

Intro to Podcasting

Multi-platform, Grades 3-12
Students learn tips, techniques, equipment needs, and the process of producing podcasts while listening to and analyzing various age-appropriate podcasts. Students will learn how to record and edit voice, sound effects, and music in GarageBand to enhance their storytelling.

Pre-coding with PBS Kids ScratchJr

Multi-platform, Grades K-3
This fun and dynamic app introduces students to block-coding, while also allowing them to create interactive, engaging games and stories.

Basic Video Production

Lecture with participation, Grades 3-12
This session takes students through the entire video production process while providing valuable techniques and tips to successfully tell their stories and engage their audiences.

Animation with Do Ink

An Introduction, iOS, Grades K-12
This session introduces the paid iOS app that easily allows students to design their own animations and graphics. These animations can then be added as a layer in the Green Screen with Do Ink video editor.

Animation with Do Ink

iOS, Grades K-12
This highly intuitive, green screen editor is a paid app in the Apple store that allows students to work within layers to create unique and artistic videos or images that can be edited with other videos to tell a story or relay the news.

Graphics and 3D Modeling with TinkerCAD

Multi-platform, Grades K-12
This session introduces students to 3D design and printing using a free, web-based app that can be used on all devices (even Chromebooks). These designs can be printed, laser cut, or even animated.

Music Production with GarageBand

iOS, Grades 4-12
This fun music production experience teaches students how to use this free audio editor to create music, sound effects, and character voices while layering and editing their recordings.

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