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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.

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Media Festival Discussion Petec2010

  1. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 7. Scoring • Judges - who will it be at each level? • Rubric - depends on projects to be included • ? At school level and district level
  8. 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. 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. 10. FAQ (and comments) • Teachers feel intimidated - so they don’t want to apply • Why have winners? •
  11. 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. 12. More Discussion? • http://ning.peteandc.org/group/ bofshowcasingmediaprojects • www.crsd.org/mediafestival

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