Executive SummaryEdit

iMovie is a software that allows Mac users to edit their own home movies. Users of this software can edit video clips, add titles, and add music. It was released by Apple in 1999.

iMovie Edit

What is this? Edit

This Technology provides a way for teachers and students to create video footage appropriate for the classroom.

Application in Innovation Edit

Innovation applications:

Teachers can introduce this technology so that students become more involved in editing and creating video images that are needed for projects, activities, etc.

Applications in Efficiency Edit

Efficiency applications:

This technology allows students and teachers to create footage that is relevant for the classroom. This technology involves students engagement and effort in material, rather than teachers lecturing in front of the classroom.It can be an effective learning tool.

Applications in Community Edit

Community applications:

This technology can be used many different ways. A teacher can use this technology to build connections within the classroom depending on any project or activity he/she assigns. A teacher can have each student add onto a single video footage that would create a complete project.

Required technical proficiency Edit

Users only need the software, and can learn from there.

Similar to / different from Edit

This technology can be similar to how teachers use youtube clips within the classroom, but instead, the video images can be more personal/relevant to the material in the classroom. It differs from other technologies in that it brings a personal perspective into what can be a mundane impersonal classroom experience.

Limitations Edit

Teachers should pay attention to any obsene footage that students may incorporate into the video.

Links Edit

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