We are thrilled to partner with the American Film Institute (AFI) to offer an incredible professional development opportunity to our STAR Discovery Educators. On Tuesday, April 24th and Wednesday, April 25th, join us in Baltimore, MD for 21st Century Filmmaking Skills in the Classroom.
This two-day intensive workshop focuses on the process and tools for using digital filmmaking in a standards-based classroom with the intent of increasing understanding of core subject matter. Designed for K-12 teachers of all subjects, school media specialists, lead teachers, school-site practitioners and facilitators interested in 21st Century literacy. This hands-on workshop directly aligns with AFI’s Lights, Camera, Education! curriculum now available in unitedstreaming.
The workshop is being sponsored in conjunction with this year’s MICCA pre-conference workshops. However, STAR Discovery Educators do not need to pay. Simply contact me (firstname.lastname@example.org) to register. Space is very limited.
More workshop details:
21st Century Filmmaking Skills in the Classroom
Tuesday, April 24 (10:30 am – 3:45 pm)
Wednesday, April 25 (10:30 am – 1:00 pm)
John Hopkins University Downtown Campus, Baltimore, MD
Cost = $0 (for STAR Discovery Educators)