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Teaching filmmaking and animation
Hi from ACMI Education. We want to improve our resources for teaching and learning around film production and animation. Please help us by completing the following survey.
Feedback must be received by 5pm THURSDAY 23 FEBRUARY 2017
Name of School (optional)
Who do you teach?
How would you describe yourself as a teacher of filmmaking?
How would you describe yourself as a teacher of animation?
Teaching & Learning - Storyboarding
When making a film or animation with students, which of the following aspects of pre-production do you teach? (You can select multiple responses. )
Character design (Animation)
If your students create storyboards, do they create ...
My students don't create storyboards
Hand drawn storyboards on paper
A combination of both
Do your students use any of the following tools?
No, my students don't use digital tools to storyboard
Toon Boom Storyboard Pro
What functionality do you need in a digital storyboarding tool? (Select only your top 3)
Ability to import or draw own illustrations
Ability to import a script
A section to add in script elements
Ability to watch an animation of the camera movements
Ability to annotate onto storyboards alongside the elements of a script
Capacity to record a voice-over or pitch
Video playback of storyboard
Teaching and learning resources
What are your preferred sources for materials and resources on filmmaking, animation and game making. Please list specific website links, books, apps etc.
What resources are missing or lacking for teaching filmmaking, animation and game making?
We would very much appreciate the chance to talk with you about how we can best support your teaching. Please provide a phone number and good times for us to call you.
Thank you - we value your input.
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