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Case Study: iMovie

David Baugh

Year of posting: 2001


In rural North Wales children are using Apple’s iMovie 2 digital video editing programme and iMacs to enhance investigations, communicate ideas and develop literacy skills. Ysgol Frongoch is a 240 pupil 10 teacher primary school for children aged 7 to 11 based in the county of Denbighshire. The school has had a tradition of using video in its curriculum but it was only with the release of iMovie that children were able to start effectively editing video themselves. Children have found iMovie so easy to use that within minutes children understand the editing concepts and they are up and running. This development has taken learning to new levels as children can independently control the complete film making process with minimal adult input with the technology.


David Baugh: Case Study – iMovie 

Children in Year 6 have been collaborating on an environmental science project with a school in South Wales and have been using iMovie to give their partner school an insight into the school’s local area ...

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