Stop-motion video is a great tool for helping interactively show changes. This science class from Evanston, Ill. used stop-motion to study the different phases of the moon. Working in groups, students divided up different tasks and created their own videos to illustrate how the moon changes throughout its cycle.

“The project was really fun¬†because¬†you definitely learned more than just looking at a textbook. It definitely makes me look at the moon more now!” –Rowan, King Arts student

Produced by Gary Cipinko, Storyteller and Learning Coach at King Arts Lab School

About Emily Morris

Emily Morris is a Project Associate with the Verizon Innovative Learning Schools initiative.

Category: King Arts, SAMR, Science