Since the first VCR machines made their way into schools, video resources and video – based teaching practices have been a regular feature of school life. During this session, we will turn the spotlight on several practitioners, innovators and project leaders who are seeking to find new ways to make the most out of video for teaching and learning in schools including the ways in which video archives can be used to advance students’ levels of media literacy.
Speakers will include:
- Dr Susanne Friz, Services, Projects and Media Development, FWU, Germany (Mediathek)
- Aleksandra Czetwertynska, Head of the Open Education Team, Centrum Cyfrowe, Poland (State of the Field report on Media Literacy supported by AV Collections)
- Tommi Nevala, Producer, Culture Centre for Children and Youth, Valve Film School for Children, Oulu, Finland (Camera Pen Pedagogy / Videobrush Method)
- Yves Eijck, Coordinator Film Education, Mediawijsheid, The Netherlands (Presentation)