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S Guide Virtual Fieldtrips

S Guide Virtual Fieldtrips
Virtual Fieldtrips, Virtual Tours Virtual Tours of Museums and Exhibits Tour The American Museum of Natural History You can find 360 degree tours of dioramas, pictures, and video. Tour an Ancient Roman Villa In this virtual tour, you can see the villa from all sides and enter the inside rooms. Tour The Collection at The National Gallery of Art You can perform a search by artist, title, or subject. Museo Galileo Institute and Museum of the History of Science The Online Catalogue of the museum presents the more than 1,200 objects on permanent exhibition through color images and detailed descriptions. Holocaust Museum Tour Find pictures, video, and art from the Holcaust Museum. Tour The Museum of Unnatural Mystery Tour the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World, learn about geology, and some strange things. Online Exhibitions from the Natural History Museum in London Explore art themes, botanical illustrations, and save images of your favorite exhibits. Virtual Gettysburg

Virtual Field Trips—LDS Homeschooling in California—and everywhere! These links feature wonderful sites that explore places in the world that you may never be able to visit in person. Even if you have been able to visit some of the places in person, you will still enjoy re-living the experience and sharing it with your families through the text, photos, videos and live web cameras on these websites. It is my hope that parents and children will sit down together to explore the world through these virtual field trips, whether or not they homeschool. A few of the field trips were hard to categorize. Rather than start a new category, I added them where I thought they fit best. Please let me know if you find a broken link or if you know of a website that should be added. Museums and Other Buildings LDS Church History and Art MuseumLDS Temple Square TourHistoric Cove FortMissionary Training Center Virtual TourPassing Through St.

An OOPS Virtual Field Trips Page! The "OOPS" Virtual Field Trip Page! A virtual field trip is the next best thing to being there! Choose a destination below and click your trip into action. Vacation Planner So You're Planning A Trip Planner Happy Travels! Return to the OOPS Web Page: Iroquoi Longhouse Jet Propulsion Lab Virtual Field Trip Kennebunk, Maine WebCam Kid's Guide to the Smithsonian Kids Dig Reed: Reed Farmstead Archaeological Site,West Virginia Kokomo Opalescent Glass Co. Return to the OOPS Web Page Science Learning Network Online Science Exhibits Scholastic Field Trips Seven Wonders of the Ancient World (New) Seven Wonders of the World Ships of Travel Sistine Chapel Skyscrapers The Smithsonian Museum Sonora Desert Hottest Desert in North America South Carolina's River Venture Spain St. Teaching Tips for Taking Field Trips:1. OOPS is: Our Overnight Planning System Email your great ideas for inclusion on this page! Last Update: 4/4/2012

22 Filmmaking Apps for the iPad & iPhone The iPad and iPhone have taken the world by storm. Only very recently have filmmakers started to see their potential in a production environment. The iPad has only been out a few months and we are already seeing it used in some very creative ways. For this feature we have rounded up some of the best and most useful Filmmaking Apps that our Deal Leader Steve Jobs has approved for the App Store. iMovie Make beautiful HD movies anywhere with iMovie, the fun, feature-rich video editing app only for iPhone 4. Requirements: Compatible with iPhone 4. ReelDirector Full-blown video editing for iPhone and iPad. Requirements: Compatible with iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad. DSLR Slate DSLR Slate is the perfect companion for the DSLR Filmmaker. Requirements: Compatible with iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad. Movie Slate “Movie Slate is the the Rolls-Royce of iPad/iPhone clapboards” says HandHeldHollywood.com. Requirements: Compatible with iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad. Storyboard Composer Action Log Pro PocketLD

Khan Academy Making Student Videos on the iPad Most people who are Mac users would probably be familiar with iMovie. It's an easy to use app for making professional looking movies to share with others or for students to show their understanding of a concept or issue. iMovie is great, however, it is not the only app for making and editing movies on the iPad. There are numerous apps that do this job admirably - why don't you find one that matches your workflow or the learning styles of your students. Here is a small selection; iMovie: $5.49 AU Designed for the Multi-Touch screen, iMovie puts everything you need to tell your story at your fingertips. ReelDirector: $1.99 AU ReelDirector is a powerful, easy-to-use, and fun app for creating videos with titles and effects. Splice: 2 versions - FREE and $4.49 AU Splice allows you to create and edit videos from start to finish via your iDevice. Videolicious: FREE Video Editor for Free: FREE

iTunes U Video in the Classroom In addition to being fun and motivating, video projects teach students to plan, organize, write, communicate, collaborate, and analyze. A successful video project has undergone a process of researching, scripting, organizing, filming, editing, and publishing. Students also have the opportunity to apply artistic and dramatic skills to their academic work. With the proliferation of webcams, phone cameras, flip cams, digital recorders, and editing tools, video has exploded in the media lives of students. Video Curriculum Using video could be as simple as recording a student oral presentation for future review, or as elaborate as producing an original short film. Outline: As with any written piece, students should start by outlining what they have to say, what they intend to show, and their main points. The steps defined above provide a suggested approach for a robust video project that includes the creation of an original script, filming, editing, and publishing. Video File Formats

Building Career Skills in Video Production Class (Tech2Learn Series) Jim: The look on a kid's face to realize that three or four weeks ago, they had nothing but an idea, and now they've impacted kids emotionally. They've literally had an emotional experience watching their film. I love that kids have the opportunity to get that from a classroom like this. Jim: And then you guys don't go on until Friday, right? Student: Nope. Jim: I teach three different classes. Jim: Here we go in, three, two. Student: Better get biking. Student: For sure. Jim: I also teach an advanced media broadcast class. Student: What's up, Miners? Student: Hey, guys, hope everyone's having a great week. Student: It went well! Jim: And then I teach an Advanced Video Production class, and that class is where kids really get into video production. Student: What if we interview some seniors that do have a job? Student: Yeah, yeah, yes. Student: Ask them like... Jim: Every kid in the class has a job, and we rotate those jobs out. Student: Okay, so where am I starting from? Student: Yeah.

New Presentation Tool Lets You Easily Keep Students Engaged From Prezi to Google Docs to PowerPoint , there’s no shortage of ways for teachers to put together a dynamic presentation. But Klowd wanted to take a different approach to help improve the presentation experience for both the person at the front of the classroom and in the back row. SlideKlowd is now available for your classroom and it could be the much-needed tool you’ve been looking for. It’ll wake up your students and get them engaged and interacting with the lesson. Personally, I think this is the type of stuff we’ll be seeing in TED talks in the very near future. At least, we should see it there. So what are the features of SlideKlowd aside from the misspelled name? “There are some fantastic tools out there to help create great presentations, but they don’t address the core of the presentation issue, the skills and engagement capabilities of the presenter or teacher. ” says Ken Holsinger, Klowd.com’s Founder and CEO. Will it work?

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