A Conversation About Media in the Classroom

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International High School Class 4: Interview Questions and Superman

International High School Class 4: Interview Questions and Superman

Posted by: Danielle Bezalel

Hey everyone! This is my fourth blog post for International High School, teaching a 12th grade clas...

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International High School Class 3: Story Boarding Lesson

International High School Class 3: Story Boarding Lesson

Posted by: Danielle Bezalel

Hey y'all! Last blog post to catch up so we're finally up to date! This blog post is about our story...

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Hurrah and We're Off To The Cutting Room!!!

Posted by: Danielle Derisse

I want to make this slow motion! I want it to fade in, how do I make it fade in?! I hate how I look...

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Poetic Documentaries: Life in A Day

Poetic Documentaries: Life in A Day

Posted by: Danielle Derisse

There are six main types of documentaries. I spared my students over the abstract concept of it all ...

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Eleven Documentaries in 90 Minutes

Posted by: Danielle Derisse

The two day week had my students restless! With the lab closed for the day we decided to show them e...

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Film Study Guide: To Kill A Mockingbird

Film Study Guide: To Kill A Mockingbird

Posted by: Frank Baker

I invite teachers (and students) to consider the "language of film" when using/viewing the classic&n...

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Meet the Producers!

Meet the Producers!

Posted by: Danielle Derisse

Everyone has their roles in Mr. Guenza's class. Writers, directors, editors, sound and producers. St...

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Filmmakers in the Classroom

Filmmakers in the Classroom

Posted by: Ryan Lee

The Filmmakers in the Classroom program was launched in the fall of 2010 to provide students and th...

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About This Blog

The FilmEd. blog is an open forum where all types of learners and educators can share their ideas and experiences about media literacy and media making in the classroom. We want to hear your stories, thoughts, and ideas! 

In the spirit of the expanded classroom, the FilmEd. blog encourages intergenerational conversations across disciplines. Students and teachers can use this space to engage with one another and to share the classroom experience with filmmakers and film industry professionals who are also encouraged to contribute their unique viewpoints on using film as an educational tool.

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