Putting a video together is a lot like buying something in the store that says “assembly required.” You know what it’s supposed to look like, but you’re not exactly sure how to put it together. Success is often the result of following good directions.
When you begin to create your own school video from scratch – from idea to distribution – good directions must be a big part of your planning; as they are your guide. So, now that you have learned about the tools needed to construct a good school video, here’s my final quick lesson in how to write the blueprint for one.
If you missed #1 in this five-part series and would like to get started, here it is!