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Media Festival Discussion Petec2010
Media Festival Discussion Petec2010
Media Festival Discussion Petec2010
Media Festival Discussion Petec2010
Media Festival Discussion Petec2010
Media Festival Discussion Petec2010
Media Festival Discussion Petec2010
Media Festival Discussion Petec2010
Media Festival Discussion Petec2010
Media Festival Discussion Petec2010
Media Festival Discussion Petec2010
Media Festival Discussion Petec2010
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Media Festival Discussion Petec2010

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This keynote was used to guide discussion during the Birds of a Feather discussion held at PETE&C 2010 in Hershey, PA. The topic was Showcasing Media Projects.

This keynote was used to guide discussion during the Birds of a Feather discussion held at PETE&C 2010 in Hershey, PA. The topic was Showcasing Media Projects.

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    • 1. Showcasing Media Projects Monday, 2/22/2010, 8:15pm–9:30pm Magnolia A Birds-of-a-Feather Discussion PETE&C 2010, Hershey, PA Katie Fishman, Maryann Molishus (teachers) Larry Kling (Supervisor of Instructional Technology) Council Rock School District molishus@gmail.com
    • 2. Why? • Why do you have a film or media festival in your school district? • OR- Why do you want to have a film or media festival in your school district?
    • 3. Why? • NETS-S, NETS-T Standards - addresses many depending on extent of projects and festival organization • Students can connect to similar events already in existence. • Teachers and students can learn what a quality project is. • Student and teacher work is acknowledged
    • 4. Decide: Film or Media • Will you have only film submissions or include a variety of media projects? • Choices could include: videos such as documentaries, public service announcements, advertising, fictional productions, factual presentations; machinima; animation; video games; music videos; vodcasts; wikis or other Web sites; PowerPoint presentations; Photostories or similar projects • What are the skills of the staff and students in your district? • What type of equipment is available?
    • 5. Decide: Grade Levels • Plan what grade levels to include. • Elementary, Middle, High School, All • You could begin smaller or set up festivals for your different grade levels, such as an elementary level festival or high school festival. • Teacher submissions? Whole class submissions?
    • 6. Rules/Application • Must be clear for students and teachers • Must meet needs of your community- ability level of adults and children • Web-based? How will this be communicated?
    • 7. Scoring • Judges - who will it be at each level? • Rubric - depends on projects to be included • ? At school level and district level
    • 8. Funding and Prizes • Where does funding come from - PTOs, local businesses, school budget, grants, etc. • Cost of advertising, prizes, certificates, reserving a theater, what else? • How are prizes awarded - by grade level, category, special prizes not based on grade level (by subject area for example or “most enthusiastic”); or scored against rubric and not in competition with others; or a combination • Certificate of participation for all
    • 9. The Festival • When to have it - spring to have most projects completed for submission • Where to have it - a local theater if possible, or high school auditorium; something special • Who to invite - tickets to raise $ • Offer training, guest speaker - maybe after year one • How does the event run? • Showcasing projects? • Volunteers
    • 10. FAQ (and comments) • Teachers feel intimidated - so they don’t want to apply • Why have winners? •
    • 11. Links to Contests and Activities • http://delicious.com/molishus/ film~festival • http://delicious.com/molishus/film • Find a way to promote other contests and activities while promoting your own events • Connect to others and share
    • 12. More Discussion? • http://ning.peteandc.org/group/ bofshowcasingmediaprojects • www.crsd.org/mediafestival

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