The Educational Video Center presents a weeklong production-based institute at City-As-School in New York City: July 25 – 29, 9–3; $475.
In this five-day professional development intensive, teachers and youth workers will learn to plan, facilitate, and assess Common Core–aligned media project-based units that will build students’ 21st-century literacy, critical thinking, and artistic storytelling skills. The workshop is experiential, giving all participants the opportunity to work collaboratively with their peers to create a project.
Each morning as a learner, you will collaboratively plan, research, shoot, and edit a digital video project with your peers in the institute. Then in the afternoons, you will be given time, in your role as a teacher, to reflect on those experiences and discuss effective facilitation strategies and lesson plans for scaffolding the very same critical and creative process for your students.
EVC’s methodology is designed for PK-12 teachers in all disciplines, librarians, technology and media specialists, teacher education college faculty and students.
*Professional credit available for NYC schoolteachers!
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Contact Jennifer Proulx with any questions.