This class is designed for students interested in learning about photography or practicing their passion for photography. This class includes instruction on basic photographic technique, 100 days of practice lessons, a section on wildlife photography, portraits, action photography, close-up photography, art and abstract photography and much more. At the end of this course there is an online exhibit of student work with awards and prizes.
Live classes cover the same topics that are found in the power point presentations for the course and will be recorded. Attendance at the live sessions is not required. Live sessions provide a chance for students to get their photos personally critiqued as well as to interact with other students in the course. Live classes with audio and video will be every Sunday at 6pm CST. Additional live feedback through live chat will be provided during the student forum every Wednesday at 6pm CST.
All student work is critiqued by video presentation by the instructor even if the student is unable to attend the live classes.
This class includes 8-weeks of live sessions. However, students can also work at their own pace.
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Future live photography classes are included in the price so your student can “pop into” the classroom any time in the future after their finish the class and meet other students. Enrolled students remain a member of the class and the student chat room for life.
Instructor Kristie Burns was a photo-journalist in Chicago for three years covering presidential elections and protests at the time. Later she was a photo-journalist in The Middle East for 16-years and has exhibited photos on the “Women of Egypt” as well as covering treks through the desert with nomads, street life in Cairo and tourism in Syria, Jordan and Egypt. Her work has been published internationally including Lonely Planet Guides (Egypt 1986-1996 editions) and even a Hollywood movie (the original Stargate). Kristie is currently working on a photo documentary called Earthschooling365.
The RECORDED VERSION of this class is included in the High School Curriculum Package. However, if the student would like to experience the live classes and personal teacher feedback and evaluations they will need to pay an upgrade fee as live classes and tutoring are not included in the high school curriculum package.
Current Earthschooling high school students can pay the upgrade fee of $50.00 HERE.
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Another great video from Rick Tan done for our 8th grade curriculum but also available to anyone needing to learn about cross-hatching or needing a supplement for an existing or independently created curriculum. This video includes Main Lesson Book Samples, a 15-minute instructional video and a 2-page introduction and instructional guide for the video.
This series of contains “How to Make Block Crayons” (video), “How to Make Molding Beeswax” (video), “How to Make Waldorf Watercolor Paper” (video), “How to Make Your Own Main Lesson Book” (e-book) and “How to Make Your Own Watercolor Paints” (e-book). This video is free with the Teacher Support Package and the Lifetime/Family Curriculum Package.
If you have additional requests that you would like to see added to this offering let us know! We may offer a “Part Two” in the future if we have enough requests. Note that Part Two is not available at this time and will be created soon based on your requests!
Includes: 1 PDF Complete Set of Patterns and 2 Videos
This video takes you through all the steps of casting on, knitting, and casting off through stories and verse while you learn to make a unicorn. Customers say: “This is the perfect knitting video for kids, adults just learning to knit or an experienced knitter looking for a quick gift to make” , “This DVD is easy to learn knitting from”, and “Magical!” This DVD comes with an e-book of patterns that include patterns for a mama unicorn, baby unicorn, mermicorn and more.
Includes: PDF & Video
Even if you have never knit before you can lead an amazing class for children and teach them how to knit many simple things – even teddy bears & rabbits. These plans can also be used in the classroom, for an enrichment class or for a homeschooling group. Lesson plans include instructions, many easy patterns, tips, codes, stories & verses about knitting and weaving! The accompanying video shows you how to knit one of the projects from the book, a rabbit. The instructional video also provides you with the basics of how to knit.
Learn how to Tunisian Crochet in record time with this 20-minute video by Jennifer Tan. In the video she shows you how to cast on, crochet your beginning rows, modify your pattern, and create a scarf, muff or blanket. You will be amazed at how quickly you can finish a project with this crochet method and how easy this is to teach to children ages five and above. Jennifer tells you all you need to know in this video – from how to purchase Tunisian crochet hooks to what kind of yarn you should use. You could download this video and finish a holiday gift in less than an hour!
Included: Video and PDF
These lesson plans and accompanying video were designed to be used during a one week Waldorf summer or spring break camp. However, they can also be used in the classroom, for an enrichment school or a homeschooling group. Lesson plans and videos include stories, verses, and a lot of projects. There is even a tool and safety guide! Beginners have said,.”I could lead my class in woodworking even though I knew nothing about it before reading these lesson plans!” Experts say, “Thank you for showing me how I can share my love of woodworking with my child. I never knew what to do with them before and never realized they have so many different needs!”
This comprehensive and easy to understand 20-minute tutorial by Waldorf teacher Brian Wolfe shows you how you can introduce clay work into your classroom to teach lessons, provide artistic outlet, encourage hands-on learning, and deepen your students connection to their lessons. In this video you will learn the basics of working with clay in a Waldorf inspired classroom as well as how to create some basic animal forms you can use for early childhood storytelling, fourth grade Man & Animal block, biology lessons, nature study and much more.
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