Friday, May 20, 2011
Stop Motion Learning Camp. Canadian Pacific Railroad.
A couple of weeks ago I blogged about Matt going on a learning camp to Port Moody Museum where they learned how to make stop motion movies. After an hour of CPR history on British Columbia, an excited group of about 25 students ranging in age from grade 3 up to grade 9, produced their own stop motion celebration of learning. They were guided in the process by the museum leader and Bill Marsh, one of our teachers in the lower mainland.
When I checked Matt's history after the event he could relate the whole story back to me, with excellent memory for small details. Talk about hands on learning! Praise God for interactive, artistic, communicative group learning. Did I say TECHIE:)
Blessings to you as you enjoy learning Stop Motion animation.