Sottodiciotto FilmFestival is the most important national festival dedicated to "young cinema", has always been a place of encounter and dialogue which aims to give visibility and promoting audiovisual products made by children as an expression of their initiative and creativity.
Promoted by the cultural association “Aiace Torino” and the Educational Department of the City of Turin. The aim was both to promote creativity among youngsters through presentation of works by under-18s, and to host a selection of works showing the world of the same age group, therefore becoming a reference for those who love the youth cinema of the past, present and especially the future.
Sottodiciotto FilmFestival è il più importante festival nazionale dedicato al "cinema giovane", è sempre stato un luogo di incontro e di dialogo che si propone di dare visibilità e di promuovere i prodotti audiovisivi realizzati dai bambini come espressione della loro iniziativa e creatività.
È promosso dall'associazione culturale "Aiace Torino" e il Dipartimento Educativo della Città di Torino. L'obiettivo era sia di promuovere la creatività tra i giovani, attraverso la presentazione di opere di minori di 18 anni, sia di ospitare una selezione di opere che mostrano il mondo della stessa fascia di età, diventando un punto di riferimento per chi ama il cinema giovane del passato, del presente e soprattutto del futuro.
• national award and event dedicated to cinema production created by children, teenagers, and young adults at school (which compete in the sections of the national competition film products for schools), and independent works created by under-18s, the cinema workers of tomorrow (which compete in the national extra-school competition products for under-18);
• special programmes and showings, workshops, seminars, and prestigious guests.
• archive of all the previous editions
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Engaging Student and Teachers through Video Creation
Abstract: This poster discusses how, through a video competition, opportunities are created for students and teachers to pursue and express their ideas. Literature has shown that video production promotes learning at each stage of the video production process. Teachers were trained on media production in order to build their expertise in the area. By passing on these skills to their students, the students learn to be more media literate, respect intellectual property rights, and put forward their messages in a more responsible manner. Interviews have revealed that students and teachers have both benefited from the video competition. The competition has succeeded in reaching out to students and teachers to play a more active role in creating media instead of being mere passive media users.
Screen It is Australia's national moving image competition for school students.
Designed to encourage imagination and inventiveness in Australia's primary and secondary school students, Screen It fosters a new generation of young moving image makers.
In 2008 entrants are asked to create works responding to the theme of 'Australian Identity'.
What does it mean to be Australian today? How may this change in the future? What has it meant in the past?
Primary School Categories:
Exploring the theme of Australian Identity
> Live Action
> A computer game (using Klick & Play or Game Maker)
Secondary School Categories:
Exploring the theme of Australian Identity
> Live Action
> A computer game (using Adobe Flash or Game Maker)
Innovative Video In Education (iVIE) is a service of the San Diego County Office of Education.
The iVIE Awards aim (among other things) to increase student achievement through visual literacy, foster the use of engaging learning environments, support innovating teachers, ... and are divided into categories of three educational levels: elementary, middle school, high school.
A separate category is not aimed at students: the "New Video in the Classroom category, replacing the Teacher Category, is now open to teachers, media specialists or other technology support providers. The objective of this video is to document the process of creating a classroom video."
Ivy Film Festival
"The Ivy Film Festival encourages the creative efforts of undergraduate and graduate student filmmakers by acting as a quality venue for their work and by creating opportunities to learn from one another and talented professionals. The festival strives to garner recognition for student filmmakers by means of a panel of celebrity judges including: directors, producers, writers, and agents who will view the top films from the festival."
IFF has the following competitions:
- Domestic Film Competition
- Screenplay Competition
- International Film Competition
- Machinima Competition
Comenius EduMedia Awards
The Society for Pedagogy and Information or 'Gesellschaft für Pädagogik und Information' (GPI), a scientific society for multimedia, educational technology and media didactics, awards the annual Comenius-EduMedia-Awards to outstanding products in the field of ICT-supported educational media. The awards were founded in 1995 and with the Comenius-EduMedia-Awards GPI supports pedagogically, creatively and in content outstanding ICT-supported educational media.
The Comenius-EduMedia-Awards is an honorary award that is open to participants from all European countries. The awards are usually, but not exclusively presented to publishing houses and educational institutions.
Schools Digital Media Awards (SDMA)
The Schools Digital Media Awards (SDMA), previously named the Schools Video Awards (SVA), is an annual competition for teachers and students with several media categories such as audio and animation. SDMA is organised by the Educational Technology Division, Ministry of Education and the School of Film and Media Studies, Ngee Ann Polytechnic.
This competition aims to achieve the following:
- provide students with a platform to express themselves creatively through different media - video, animation and audio
- provide teachers with a platform to engage in media production for educational purposes
- promote the values of teamwork and collaboration among students and teachers
- enhance the development of media literacy among students and teachers
The website also includes a few useful checklists and templates regarding legal issues such as IPR and filming in public: http://sdma.edumall.sg/sdma/slot/u140/sdma2012/resources.html.
There are also some video-editing workshops listed on the website: http://sdma.edumall.sg/sdma/slot/u140/sdma2012/workshops.html
Project-based learning with multimedia
SRI International's Center for Technology in Learning evaluated the Challenge 2000 Multimedia Project from 1995 to 2000. The evaluation examined three aspects of the Multimedia Project: its dissemination across various schools and districts, its impact on teaching practice, and its effects on student achievement. This page is designed to offer the evaluation findings to specific audiences: Technology Coordinators and Administrators, Teachers, Students and Parents, Business Partners, and Researchers. There are also Quick Links to the full evaluation reports, slide presentations, research and evaluation tools, and related research into education and technology.
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Many topics on Project-Based Learning supported by Multimedia including the Scoring Rubric
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Using video and computers in class.
Introduction: Living in a digital age
Working with video and media literacy
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