Want to bring your lessons to life through video, sound, and pictures? Every school in the district has computers equiped with Apple iMovie. iMovie is a powerful and highly engaging tool for students to share their knowledge and express themselves in the form of digital movies. Your students can create high-quality video reports to demonstrate abstract concepts, or documentaries to increase the relevance of social issues. And you can easily share best classroom practices with your peers. Students can create compelling projects that combine digital video, photos, and music, and even their own voice narration. There’s no limit to what they can create.
iMovie provides an opportunity for students with multiple learning styles to succeed and demonstrate their individual strengths.
Students who sometimes struggle with conventional school projects, such as writing research reports or creating outlines, find that moviemaking helps them to overcome these difficulties. Writing scripts, creating storyboards, and expressing opinions are often a breeze when they know that their end project will be a movie to share with a real audience. But most of all, making digital movies is engaging and fun for students and helps to motivate them to do their best work.