This is a two part workshop - 29th August 2019 and 12th September 2019
Educators are now using video as well as digital photography as a way of documenting learning and making visible the learning that is occurring in an early childhood environment. This practical 2-part workshop will help to de-mystify media and take story-telling to a new level. The focus of the sessions will be on creating rather than consuming media and exploring how video can be used as a tool for inquiry based learning. Participants will explore:
Workshop participants will have the opportunity to use the resources within their centres, or be given ideas for creating opportunities for green screening at a centre level.
During the second workshop we will investigate how participants have used their new film-making skills to revisit learning and 'make it better'.
This workshop is suitable for early childhood professionals working with children 3-5 years.
Completing Lights Camera Action will contribute 2 hours of NESA registered PD addressing 2.6.2 from the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers towards maintaining Proficient Teacher Accreditation in NSW.