Pennsylvania Convention Center, 204C
The purpose of this presentation is to model to teachers how to introduce animation to students. We will discuss different options for equipments (cameras, tripods), video editing (We Video, Premiere Elements), and other resources (paper, markers, etc.). Teachers don't need to become experts in animation but simply comfortable with these projects.
Overview of the three different types of animations including examples. (5 minutes)
Google Slides animation: Demonstrate how to create a Google Slides animation of a ball bouncing include how to share the animation. (12 minutes)
Thaumatrope: Demonstrate how to create an animated toy that blends two images. Explain the history of the thaumatrope and its role in early animation (12 minutes)
Stop motion animation: Explain how to set up and teach students to create a stop motion animation where a puzzle puts itself together and takes it self apart. (12 minutes)
This is an interactive presentation which will entertain questions during the demonstrations.
The Illusion of Life: Disney Animation (Frank Thomas and Ollie Johnston)
Cartoon Animation (Preston Blair)
The World History of Animation (Stephen Cavilier)
The Klutz book of Animation (Nicholas Berger)
|Related exhibitors:||Adobe, WeVideo, Inc.|
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