Making Media Manageable

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Date: November 26, 2013

Time: 8:00 – 9:00 pm EDT

Description: Making media with students is an exciting opportunity to explore a variety of literacies and modes of communication. But the idea of producing media texts with students can also be stressful for teachers, and the results can sometimes be less that stellar. Regardless of the medium chosen, a streamlined production process will make a difference in the success of your media project. This web event will outline an effective media production process, including tools and scaffolding for students and teachers for each step in the process.

Presenter: Sylwia Bielec
For over 14 years, Sylwia Bielec has been involved in the field of education on a variety of initiatives including technology integration and pedagogical renewal. Her expertise is in professional learning, reflective practice and informal/community learning. She also has a background in media production with students. Sylwia has been with LEARN since its inception, and works to provide resources to support students, educators and parents in the area of Arts, Portfolio Practice and Media Production, as well as developing materials and resources for all subjects in a variety of formats. She is the editor of the LEARN blog.

Style of Event: Webcast

Target Audience: Elementary – cycle 1, Elementary – cycle 2, Elementary – cycle 3, Secondary

Maximum 30 participants

All LEARN Web Events take place in ZenLive, an online platform.

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About Susan van Gelder

Susan has over 20 years experience in the classroom at the elementary level, first as a homeroom teacher and later as an ICT teacher. She has presented sessions and workshops at a number of conferences, both in Canada and the U.S. Her work with LEARN is directed towards providing materials for teachers and consultants to help with powerful ways of using technology to improve communication and learning. She wrote her first blog post in 2005.
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