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The environmental filmmaking workshops for elementary teachers in the Toronto region are back! This FREE series is offered to educators to develop media literacy skills necessary to use filmmaking as a teaching tool.
Register below to automatic links to the workshops, and join us Wednesday, April 21st at 7pm on youtube.com/planetinfocus for the Live Q&A with Filmmaker & Instructor, Kathy Schultz.
Teachers and students in grades 6-8 classes can submit their completed student-made environmental films (under 4 minutes) for consideration to the EcoSchools Canada Youth Reporters for the Environment Competition by May 7, 2021.
To register for the 2021 Eco-Film Lab Workshops, click here.
This series of workshops is designed to take you through filmmaking techniques and the tools and equipment for shooting, recording sound and editing. For the purposes of teaching in the classroom, or recording from home, we will work with the iPad as a complete system for shooting and editing. Online resources for preparation will be provided in advance to educators to maximize the time and experience of the workshops. Sessions are scheduled to follow the filmmaking process as you go along.