Plan to teach another (basics) Photography Class to scouts soon. Been pondering how to make it fun, keep scouts' attention, etc. Not my first rodeo but it never hurts to get input from others and gain more perspective. I've got a projector, computer, extra cameras, etc. Their requirements include learning photography basics and making a poster board or slide presentation with their pictures that tells a story.
So for all you instructors out there, anything you think makes a big splash or is a hit with your audience, I'm all ears! Thanks!
Also, some low cost camera thoughts/ideas for those young shooters... I was thinking either a used Rebel with kit lens (harder to come by) or a Canon SX160 from Amazon, etc that is a P&S but still allows for manual control and takes AA batteries when the suggested AA rechargeables run down while camping.