From: JEFFREY PAULL (email suppressed)
Date: Wed Mar 18 2009 - 15:54:19 PDT

Each student gets their own video camera?
Rich kids.
Don't forget, most movie stuff is done in groups, so maybe 5 would be plenty.
And even if they shoot individually, it means that any kid could sign out the camera almost 2 days a week, every week!

Check with administrators-teachers what sort of work they'd want the kids to do.
support work in other classes?
Have the students work as in Media Studies?
Check blogs to find what equip to stay away from, what is sturdy, etc.
Also ideas for how to invent lessons. Age appropriate euqip.?
Or would you only be the buyer-tech person and others teach?

On Wed 18/03/09 16:16 , Ken Paul Rosenthal email suppressed sent:
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> font-size: 10pt; font-family:Verdana } I've been seeking work
> through the public school system and have been asked to ballpark what
> building a media lab would cost for 15 students. 
> Apart from sitting down and parceling the cost out item by item, I
> was hoping someone might have a general figure they could offer me off
> the of their head as follows:
> 15 x 1-chip video cameras
> 15 x computers 1 x Laptop for teacher stationFinal Cut
> Thanks, Ken
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