Hotshots Student Videos
The Hotshots programme has been developed by CWA New Media to assist young people to communicate and present information through the medium of video.
It introduces young people to the art of effective storytelling; processes such as scripting, preparing question lines, on-screen interviewing, and reporting techniques; the professional use of video, sound, and lighting equipment; offline and online editing; sound mixing and mastering; release rights and appearance licensing; and the role of the editor.
The Hub encourages the production of student-generated videos and is eager to support the publication of such collections.
Please contact us at email@example.com to find out more.
Students from Queen Charlotte College in Picton find out what makes a 'good' mussel and how breeding programmes are changing.
Wellington College teacher Andrea Shaw spent 2006 at NIWA as a New Zealand Science, Mathematics & Technology Teacher Fellow.
Phil Kendon, a science teacher and 2005 NZ Science, Mathematics & Technology Teacher Fellow invited a group of Wellington Girls' College students and CWA New Media to come and learn more about the work of scientists at NIWA where his fellowship was based.