At my internship, I was either helping my mentor make copies, organize supplies, or I was assisting the kids. Each day was something new, and I really enjoyed my time there. I was part of a Dual Immersion class, so that means I had two groups of students that I was working with. Each class had their own name so that it would be easier for the teachers to keep track of what student was in each class. Instead of making one long video altogether, I created separate videos for each class. One class was Mexico and the other was Australia.
Going into internship, I was unsure of what I wanted to do as a project. I wanted to make a day in the life video, but after taking more time to think, I realized that I didn't have much resources to produce a video like that. My mentor mentioned to me that she had an idea of creating an end of the year video that had the students saying their favorite part of 1st grade, which would be playing at the end of the year party they were having. She then told me she had a Yeti Mic and asked me if I knew a software on so I could compile all of the audio clips together. I already had experience with a Yeti Mic since I had created a podcast in 10th grade using one, and I knew a website where I could edit audio and put it all together. So when creating the video, I applied my skills on using a Yeti Mic as well as my WeVideo skills. My internship project was a good way for the students and parents to remember 1st grade and all the projects they had done.