Video Lab (grades 6-8)

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Middle School Video Lab

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Middle school students meet once to three times per a week for 1.5 hours each time and have scientists meet them on regular bases. Working with an experienced bilingual and bicultural video producer, students developed skills in filming, digital storytelling, and video editing and will be expected to produce a PSA (Public Service Announcement), a Commentary and an Animation that explored climate change topics and environmental issues and an animation. Also, It is important to us that our Video Science Lab students are able to do at least 4 field trips during the school year, together with -Video Lab- high school students, this way completing the pipeline. Our filed trips vary and it depends on students interests and topics they choose to work on, e.g., National Labs, museums, airports and/or natural sites.

Analogía De La Playa

Manhattan Middle School students participating in CLACE’s Science Video Lab created this video to help clarify the differences between climate and weather.

Beach Analogy

Manhattan Middle School students participating in CLACE’s Science Video Lab created this video to help clarify the differences between climate and weather.

Weather and Climate Definitions

Manhattan Middle School students participating in CLACE’s Science Video Lab created this video to help clarify the differences between climate and weather.

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