Whether you’re just starting out in the workforce or are looking for a career change, these resources outline your options for industry and career training. OK now let’s say you’ve watched all the commercials this client runs and you feel confident that your idea for a TV commercial would fit right in with their marketing. Now you have a new problem, specifically how do you get someone interested in your idea without giving away your secret. The problem is that you cannot trademark an idea. So once you tell someone your idea they can simply tell you that they already considered doing something like that but haven’t produced the spot yet. Anyone can think of an idea and there is no point in trying to prove that you thought of it first because you cannot trademark an idea.
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The specific school is up to you but you might contact some of the effects houses and see if they have any preference. For a time a number of animators at ILM came from Sheridan College in Canada. Some effects companies send recruiters to specific schools but that’s certainly not a guarantee. Be sure to check out information and opinions for the school as much as you can before you commit. If the school is near an effects company it may be possible to intern there or that someone may come to you school to speak.
The thing to do, Mary D, is not to think you have to base your career choice on whether you’re introvert or extrovert. That might actually be irrelevant to your choice! Look at other aspects of your personality – and most important of all, ask yourself what you love to do.
These experiences explain why I am such a fan of Inquiry Based Learning (IBL). It uses class time to focus on what we really want students to learn and provides a means of constantly probing student understanding. In my columns from February and March of this year, What We Say/What They Hear and What We Say/What They Hear II , I described work in mathematics education that has validated my observation that what we think we are communicating is not what most students hear. I appreciate Stan Yoshinobu’s recent blog, A Practical Solution to What We Say/What They Hear,” that illustrates how an IBL approach can address this problem of conveying meaning.
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