(Learning through Instructional Video in Education) 

 Teachers recently completed a two-day training in the use of digital video to support curriculum standards.The goals of Project LIVE are to foster critical and visual literacy skills in both students and teachers to increase student achievement. This group of teachers will be working closely all year to use video to:

  • Build upon standards-driven instruction that leads to measurable student achievement gains
  • Foster the use of engaging learning environments
  • Increase student collaboration and problem-solving skills
  • Address the requirements of the No Child Left Behind Act.
  • Project LIVE teachers will be learning to utilize a variety of digital tools from companies such as Apple Computer and Canon.

2018-19 Project LIVE will offer workshops throughout the year open to all teachers.  

Individual support also available, contact Todd  Mattox, tmattox@eusd.org

Workshop #1: Video Production - School News, from Script to Distribution

Many schools in EUSD produces daily, weekly, or monthly news shows. Professional production techniques provide the skills for high-quality productions, but also the time management necessary to work efficiently within the limitations of the school day. Whether you plan to run an ongoing video production program, or just want to use video in your classroom, this workshop provides just about everything you need to know.  Materials provided. Training beyond the workshop available.

Where: EdTech2U - Saturday February 2, 2019, District Office

EYMF 2019, May 16



  • Meeting Dates and Topics
  • Project Due Dates


  • Learning
  • Media 
  • Storyboards


  • Camera
  • Sound 
  • Lighting



  • iMovie Resources
  • Final Cut Pro Resources
  • Editing
  • Publishing










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