Claymation uses clay, a digital camera, a computer, and video software (imovie) to engage students in active learning. Students create clay figures and make them come to life by posing them in multiple frames and creating a mini-movie.
At Bethlehem staff can access the clay resources, camera's and laptops to get the students to tell a story, explain how scientific concepts work, studying relationships in PDHPE, building characters in English, creating a play. It encourages cooperative learning and use of multiple intelligences. With Claymation, your classroom will become an active learning environment.