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Using Photo to Movie for School

Posted September 1st, 2009 by Chris

For many of us–parents, students, teachers–September is back to school time. It’s exciting, but it can be a bit daunting, too. How to keep things exciting and fresh is a challenge for teachers–and how to keep up the GPA is a challenge for students. But Photo to Movie is a tool that can help with that. You’re only limited by your imagination–assemble visual essays, record interviews, create photo comic strips, or a simply make a slide show to supplement your lecture.


Teachers can use Photo to Movie to create exciting, visually stimulating lessons. It’s a great way to keep kids engaged, and it’s easier than ever to create lectures and assignments that can be posted on the web. Demonstrate the principles of your subject clearly and pictorially, and ensure that the lessons reach the students through words and images both.


Students can find plenty of ways to use Photo to Movie for school projects; remember, it’s not just photos you can use in Photo to Movie, it’s any kind of picture file that you can arrange in a slide show with a slide-keyed soundtrack, and stunning transitions. Science projects, essays, backdrop for oral assignments in English or foreign-language classes–use Photo to Movie to bring all of these to life.

Parents and Graduates

For parents, it’s time to grab the camera and record the sights as they head to school–and if the kids are college-bound, use Photo to Movie to organize your pics of the big moving-in day.

For those of us who aren’t in school anymore, and don’t have children attending, September is the start of a season of glorious colors. Why not head out and record the beginning of nature’s amazing yearly fireworks show?

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