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Online course October 2011

Online course "Video education - video production and media education"
18.10.-01.11.2011

Are you interested in the use of video in your classroom? Join our second online course for teachers across Europe for five days at the end of October. The course will offer concrete ideas about what you can do in your lesson, how you can integrate simple video exercises into your teaching practice and how a practical media approach can help the media competence of your students. The course is also a good resource for those involved in European school projects such as eTwinning or Comenius.

The course will take place on five days between the 18th October and 1st November. We will ‘meet’ online asynchronously on these days for around 2 hours for all tasks and discussions. In between those days you can choose the times when you want to work on the materials. The course content will include ideas about how to structure a video project, how to edit stills and video footage with Movie Maker, how to create a basic stop motion, how to upload and share online, what YouTube offers to improve your video but also how you can use web 2.0 tools to promote your work and connect with colleagues across Europe (and the world). The course is based on the ideas of the viducate project and will take place on the web20erc.eu learning platform.

The course is free of charge but you will need to apply via email (before the 10.10.2011). You will receive a certificate after you have finished the full course programme.

armin.hottmann(at)mediaeducation.net 


www.viducate.net  |  www.divisproject.eu  |   www.web20erc.eu

 

 

Affiliated networks

Affiliated networks

The European Charter for Media Literacy

"The Charter for Media Literacy exists to support the establishment of media literacy across Europe. By signing the Charter, organisations and individuals endorse a specific definition of media literacy, and commit to actions that will contribute to its development. The Charter thus facilitates consensus and networking amongst those working for media literacy in different countries across Europe. This website holds a database of Charter signatories, which can be searched by country, media sector and education sector. The Charter is also available in other languages. After registering with the site you can sign the Charter online, participate in discussions, and explore the site resources which comprise links, archive and research listings."  Go here for more information.

 

The media literacy award [mla]

mediamanual.at host annually a competition - the media literacy award ® [mla] - for the best and most innovative educational media projects in European schools. The media literacy award is coordinated by our colleagues from the Austrian ministry of education. Go here to find out more.

 

MEDEA Awards

An EU supported competition in the field of media / video in the classroom: "The aim of the annual MEDEA Awards is to encourage innovation and good practice in the use of media in education. Their purpose is to recognise and promote excellence in the production and pedagogical design of media-rich learning resources at all levels of education, and to highlight good practice in the use of media and video in the classroom." Go here for more information. And also check out the upcoming Media and Learning Conference.

 

 

media education association

A UK based association for every teacher.  Membership is free. More here.

 

Online course "video and web 2.0"

Online course „Video and web 2.0 in your classroom“

Are you interested in the use of video and web2.0 in your classroom? Join our online course for teachers across Europe for five days in May. The course offers concrete ideas about what you can do in your lesson, how you can integrate simple video exercises into your teaching practice and how a practical media approach can help the media competence of your students. The course is also a good resource for those involved in European school projects such as eTwinning or Comenius.

The course will take place on five days in May (the exact five days are not yet finalised). We will ‘meet’ online on these days for around 2 hours for all tasks and discussions. In between those days you can choose the times when you want to work on the materials. The course content will include ideas about how to structure a video project, how to edit stills and video footage with Movie Maker, how to upload and share and what YouTube offers to improve your video.
The course is free of charge but you will need to apply via email. You will receive a certificate after you have finished the full course programme.

armin.hottmann(at)mediaeducation.net 


www.viducate.net  |  www.divisproject.eu  |   www.web20erc.eu

Disclaimer

Disclaimer

 

 

Kulturring in Berlin e.V.
Media Education
Ernststr. 14/16, 12437 Berlin, Germany
Telephone: 0049 30 5369 6534, Telefax: 0049 30 5302 5990
Email: armin.hottmann (at) mediaeducation.net

Project Coordinator : Armin Hottmann
Managing Director of the Kulturring: Ingo Knechtel

The Kulturring in Berlin e.V. is a registered charity and is registered in Berlin-Charlottenburg. Registration number: VR14790Nz

This initiative has received funding from the European Commission. The sole responsibility of this website lies with the author and the European Commission is not responsible for any use that may be made of the information contained therein.

We are not responsible for the content of external links.

 

With support from the Lifelong Learning Programme 2007 - 2013 of the European Union.

 

Media Literacy Award

What is the media literacy award [mla]?

mediamanual.at host annually a competition - the media literacy award ® [mla] - for the best and most innovative educational media projects in European schools. The media literacy award is coordinated by our colleagues from the Austrian ministry of education.

The current 2010 deadline is the 15th July 2010.

Go here to find out more.

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