Currently there is a document being made about our students working in the Virtual World. As a result the film crew turned up to film one of our classes. It was a slight distraction that turned in to a media class. The students wanted to know about the cameras, sound recording devices, light, cranes, and dollies. They were excited at being asked to do multiple takes of dialogue and action. There was the realization that "this must be the way reality TV is made."
Everyone wanted to get in a shot. Everyone wanted their 30 seconds of fame.
The students were excited to learn that that were doing "proper" interviews next week with lights and a director.
This process is extremely important to creating authentic outcomes with students voices.