On December 8th and 9th, 2010, The LAMP worked with MOUSE students from I.S. X318 in The Bronx and ACCESS School M356 in Manhattan on creating cyberwellness PSAs. With MOUSE’s permission, we’ve reposted their recap of the workshops. Click here to read the original post, or check out more workshop photos on Flickr.
Recap: Cyberwellness PSA-making Workshop
On December 17th, 2010 Krizia Says
On December 8th and 9th, 2010, MOUSE Squad partnered with The LAMP (Learning About Multimedia Project) to learn “What is a PSA? (Public Service Announcement)” in a two-part workshop.
On Day 1, students discussed the purpose of PSA’s to get across an important message, students learned about ALL the different types of PSA’s, like radio, TV and online advertisements, and ALL the different topics that PSA’s talk about like staying in school, recycling or being aware of other people’s safety.
On Day 2, students got their heads together to talk about important messages they could share about Internet safety. The best part is that after doing lots of planning, students got to use video cameras, laptops and software to create, film and edit their own PSA’s!
Check out the process students went through to make their PSA’s:
Students first learned “What is a PSA (Public Service Announcement)?”
Then students brainstormed their ideas, put them on a storyboard, and filmed their PSA’s.
Finally, students collaborated on editing their PSA’s. They’re quick learners!
Watch their awesome final products here:
- Sumo Cyberbullying by I.S. X318 Math, Science & Technology Through Arts
- Don’t Do Drugs by I.S. X318 Math, Science & Technology Through Arts
- Cyberbullying Over Text by MOUSE Squad students of ACCESS School M356
- Know Your Friends Online by MOUSE Squad students of ACCESS School M356
Thanks to our partners at The LAMP for an exciting and useful learning experience all about PSA’s and CyberWellness!