There are many ways to edit your video files. This instructional video illustrates how to use one free application, MPEG Streamclip, to trim, join, and compress your video files. MPEG Streamclip works on both PCs and Macs, but requires that the free Apple QuickTime player is installed on your computer. Please refer to the requirements and installation instructions at squared5.com. Thanks to the Colorado Department of Education's Results Matter Video Library (cde.state.co.us/resultsmatter/RMVideoSeries.htm) for generously granting permission to post this clip.
Tristen is a delightful, bilingual preschooler. This video shows video clips that Tristen's teachers have shared with his family and is narrated by Tristen's parents who discuss how video helps them understand what Tristen is learning in school, assists them in using consistent strategies, reinforces Tristen's communication and literacy skills, supports positive behaviors, provides family support, and preserves visual memories.
This story illustrates how Michael Lopez-Breaux and his colleagues at the Monte Vista Early Education center used video to support Oliver’s joy of learning and transition between activities. The team uses video for documentation, assessment, reflective practice, family education and support, and the development of Individualized Education Programs.