During week five of the workshop I was a meet and greet person. I watched the kids while they were out side until we went up stairs and then I walked them up stairs. I Also was working with both boys. They both were working on a song in garageband. Boy 1 that Sarah worked with a lot came up with a good song and was having a lot of fun with garageband. Then Boy 2 was working in garage band too and was having a lot of fun. He really liked garageband. ALthough he was having a lot of fun in garageband he wasn't working on something that would have been able to fit with our movie. Sarah came over and was working with boy 2 and she was able to get him to work on a song that would fit with our movie. I also worked with boy 1 to get the song that he was working on to be less crazy. He just wanted to add so much stuff to the song and was adding to much that would work for a song. Then Sarah and I worked on edited the videos so they would all be on one movie. Then later that week we finished up the movie for the party.
For day one of the workshop I was the photographer. I took many photos of the class. I started off in the tweed and was taking photos of the class teaching the kids how to make flip books. During this time I noticed that there were too many people in The Tweed for the kids to handle. It was packed and too many new faces at once for the kids to see. The kids then went up stairs and Elise and I talked about who would be up stairs at what time and who would be downstairs at what time. I ended going up stairs to take photos first. When up stairs I noticed that there were too many kids and mentors in one part of the room, which was making it hard for the students to see over the mentors to the board. Then when up stairs I took a lot of photos over 100 of the students working and the mentors teaching. I tried to get one good photo of each student teaching some one. At first I was worried about getting students in the frame because I didn't know that we were going to use the images for DVD. At around 5 P.M. I went down stairs back to The Tweed, and Elise went up stairs. While in The Tweed no one was in there making flip books. Then a little later on we had one boy and his grandpa making flip books so I able to get photos of then working, and photos of my class mates teaching. That is all I did during the first day.