Graduate Project Title
Teaching Video Production in the Secondary Art Classroom: An Educational Travel Log
Date of Degree Completion
Master of Education (MEd)
Don B. Woodcock
Second Committee Member
Third Committee Member
This project is intended to serve as a model and resource for secondary teachers seeking to incorporate video production into their curriculum. A central premise of the project is that video production can serve as a valuable learning tool when it is part of an integrated, project based instructional program. The sample model used here is an educational travel log. A secondary art students' trip to Europe was undertaken. The various steps in how the trip was set up and how the curriculum was organized is the focus of the project. Students' roles, responsibilities, and activities are described, along with the connections to core curriculum content and Washington State's Essential Academic Learning Requirements. Lessons for use in the art classroom were developed to use as models for additional lessons created by the author or educators.
Daggett, William Lee, "Teaching Video Production in the Secondary Art Classroom: An Educational Travel Log" (2001). All Graduate Projects. 702.
Art Education Commons, Curriculum and Instruction Commons, Educational Methods Commons, Film Production Commons, Secondary Education Commons