Educator's Survival Guide for Television Production and Activities

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Libraries Unlimited, 2003 - Performing Arts - 276 pages
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The long-awaited revision of the bestselling "Educator's Survival Guide" comes complete with new chapters and student activities. It features drawings/charts and diagrams to help the reader understand the setup and use of a school television studio and equipment, and also focuses on the purchase and use of digital television equipment. Clearly and logically explained, the reader will easily be able to implement the ideas. Grades 7-12.

 

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Contents

Video Equipment DESCRIPTION AND SELECTION CRITERIA
1
Audio Equipment DESCRIPTION AND SELECTION CRITERIA
37
Nonlinear Digital Video Editing
69
Buying Television Production Equipment and Services for Schools
95
Creating Your Video Production Studio
121
Producing School News Shows
151
Video Production Activities
177
Presenting Your Television Programs
225
Questions from the Floor
245
Glossary
263
Index
273
Copyright

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About the author (2003)

KEITH KYKER (M.Ed.) has 23 years teaching experience, and has been working with school television production for 18 of those years. He has earned degrees in educational media/instructional technology and speech education from the University of Central Florida. Keith currently serves as the educational media specialist at Northwood Elementary School in Crestview, Florida. Keith was previously the media specialist at Lewis Middle School in Valparaiso, Florida where he earned District Teacher of the Year honors in 1999. Before becoming a media specialist, Keith taught television production, media production, public speaking, and English at the high school and college levels. Keith recently served on the committee that developed the assessment for National Board Certification for library media, and was instrumental in providing benchmarks for accomplished media practices.

CHRISTOPHER CURCHY is Educational Media Specialist, at Jensen Beach High School, Jensen Beach, Florida. Christopher has 29 years experience teaching in Florida grades K-12. With Keith Kyker, Christopher is the co-author of 9 educational technology books for Libraries Unlimited. They have presented at more than 50 conferences nationwide, write the Video Viewfinder column for Florida Media Quarterly, and host the popular Web site www.schooltv.com.

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