A series of easy-to-follow interactive lessons aimed at primary school teachers and children. They provide a structured approach to stopmotion animation making as a cross-curricular medium. The content is reflective of technology and resources available in the average modern day classroom.
A series of dynamic lessons aimed at primary school teachers and children. Providing a structured approach to introduce live-action film-making as a cross-curricular medium that embeds the creative use of technology into the classroom.
A peer-to-peer approach so teachers can get an idea of how FÍS film-making is integrated into classroom practice; in multi-level school setting and a special school setting. In addition, two good practice video insights into how the FÍS methodology creates opportunities for engaged, collaborative, cross-curricular and exciting classrooms.
Tap into the support provided in this guide to review the technical aspects of making a film. It is complimentary to the FÍS Film-making and FÍS Animation Making courses. In addition, it can be a point-of-reference for any videography recording activity that the school might engage in – with guidance and tips regarding health & safety, equipment and how-to’s for good quality recording.