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Deadline is July 24, 2013
SMARTBoard 201 - Intermediate Workshop
April 24, 2014 - 3:45pm
Edmodo in the Classroom Workshop
April 30, 2014 - 3:45pm
Appy Hour – Effective Use of Mobile Devices in the Classroom
May 12, 2014 - 3:45pm
Some of the most important things to teach students is that they can do the things they are learning in school at home. In this Can Do series, we'll share one of the projects we're currently involved with, creating stop motion animations. There are lots of topics and ideas you can use for making a stop motion animation of your own right at home. ere's a list of a few things that you can use to get started:
A film about passion, competition, teamwork and trust. It's about the joy of being young and the pain of growing up. It's about speaking out, making noise and finding your voice.
It also just happens to be about poetry.
Includes a performance by Slam High, a Rochester-based slam poetry team.
Date: Saturday, April 30
Tickets are available online at film360365.com/festival or at the door.
All proceeds benefit the Rochester Teen Film Festival and Summer Film Camp.
For more information, contact Dr. Brian Bailey at 585-755-7503 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Supported by the Frontier Center for Urban Education.
The Rochester Teen Film Festival
The Rochester Teen Film Festival is an annual celebration of youth filmmakers brought to you by 360 | 365 and Nazareth College. The purpose of the festival is to honor the work of urban, suburban and rural teenagers and give them an opportunity to share their stories with each other and the Greater Rochester Community. All submissions will be judged by a jury and finalists will be selected to have their films shown at the Little Theatre on August 3, 2011.
The festival is open to all 13 – 18 year olds in the Greater Rochester area.
Filmmaking Camp for Rochester Youth