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Future Is Now Students Flip for Technology

A day in the life of the students and teachers involved in Kemp Junior High School's technology literacy program.

The students participating in Kemp (Texas) Junior High School’s Future Is Now program use high-definition video camcorders and digital cameras, video editing software, digital sound equipment and Symbaloo to produce video broadcasts and personal learning environments for teachers and students. Here's a behind-the-scenes look at the students filming segments for an upcoming broadcast.

Future Is Now program participants Erika Felix (left) and Abigail Bell take a look at the footage Bell recorded using one of Kemp Junior High School’s Flip video cameras.
Courtney Putnam (center) and Erika Felix interview a fellow student for “The Erika Show,” a segment in the FIN program’s biweekly video broadcast.
A FIN student records a conversation between another student and a teacher using one of the school’s Flip video cameras.
Hannah Hosch films a segment for the FIN program’s biweekly video broadcast as Kelly Delaney, Kemp Junior High School’s technology teacher and FIN program co-coordinator, looks on.
Kimberly Gardiner (second from right) records fellow students Erika Felix (from left), D.J. Scott and Courtney Putnam. FIN program co-coordinator Kelly Delaney (far right) says FIN members interview different students and teachers throughout the year to showcase in the program’s biweekly video broadcast.
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Jun 29 2012 Spice IT

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