CTP1704

Moving Images for Young Visual Thinkers 兒童視覺思考之活動影像

Kindergarten 3 to Primary 3 Students

11 & 12 Aug 2017: 10am-12nn; 2pm-4pm

HKD 2,200

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Course Objectives
 
  1. Demonstrate the skills in shooting and editing to express their voices;

  2. Synthesize their thoughts and viewpoints as symbols into moving images;

  3. Appreciate the aesthetics and creativity in the videos by using film language

 

 

Course Description

Nowadays, children can take videos, upload them onto the web and share to the social networking platforms with ease. Video arts become a very good way for them to interweave all their abilities and skills together in an art project non-verbally. All in all, it is essential that a product be produced and that the product or performance be presented to an appropriate audience, either students in the class or outside groups (Renzulli & Reis, 1994; 1997). 

 

 

Target Participants / Prerequisite

For students completed K3 to P3 who are interested in using a non-verbal, creative and expressive way to tell stories from your perspective to your target audience.

 

 

Course Instructor

 

Ms. LEUNG Kit Ying Suzannie

Ms. Suzannie graduated from City University of Hong Kong with a BA (Hons) degree in Creative Media, a Postgraduate Diploma in Education (with distinction) from The University of Hong Kong, a Postgraduate Diploma in Psychology and a MEd degree in Educational Psychology (on dean’s honor list 2010-11) from The Chinese University of Hong Kong. Suzannie was a Project Officer of The Hong Kong Academy for Gifted Education who developed gifted programmes of the humanities domain. Currently, she is a PhD Candidate in the Faculty of Education who focuses her research area in visual arts and creativity in early childhood education.

 

Dr. Choi Wing Yee Kimburley

Dr. Kimburley Choi is the Assistant Professor of the School of Creative Media, City University of Hong Kong. Dr. Choi is a film academia who published many articles on Hong Kong Film Making, regional and political issues. She is now teaching Arts of Film, Film History and she is experienced in social engagement of Arts. Dr. Choi gained grounded experience to communicate and interact with children of age 3 - 7 when conducting research in schools.

Medium of Instruction

Cantonese and English

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