Geology of New York State Video Narrative Project

Henninger High School

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Henninger High School Earth Science students traveled to Ithaca, NY on a geologic research and video-making field trip. Thirteen classes of 9-12 grade Earth Science students had the opportunity to create short action video clips with their class set of GoPro cameras. These clips highlight the geologic features and history of New York State. Small groups of students researched, filmed, concisely edited, and presented 2-4 minute educational videos that we were proudly released on the Henninger website, shown at a community-wide evening screening, and archived to use when teaching geologic history in future years.

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