A Conversation About Media in the Classroom

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The Perfect Balance

The Perfect Balance

Posted by: Danielle Derisse

As adults in film, it's incredibly easy to get caught up in the whirlwind of the latest tech and all...

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The Francisco Experience

The Francisco Experience

Posted by: Danielle Derisse

My time as a teaching artist at Francisco Middle School has been an incredible learning experience....

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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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An Incredible and FREE Resource for Medial Literacy: The Internet Archive

An Incredible and FREE Resource for Medial Literacy: The Internet Archive

Posted by: Danielle Derisse

I had Lindsey Dupler from the Internet Archive come in to speak to the students one day. The Interne...

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Citizen Films introduces GREEN STREETS

Citizen Films introduces GREEN STREETS

Posted by: Danielle Derisse

On Tuesday, we had a few guest speakers from Green Street and Citizen Films. Sophie Constantinou, o...

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Creating FilmEd.

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FilmEd. grew out of a desire to make the San Francisco Film Society’s Filmmakers in the Class...

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How FilmEd. Was Born

How FilmEd. Was Born

Posted by: Joanne Parsont

While it generally takes only a few weeks (or less) to physically build a website, FilmEd. has actu...

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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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