M3 Video Archive The 2011 student productions, a meta documentary on the experience, Q&A footage, and bonus behind-the-scenes clips, and an excerpt of their conversation with Mohammed Bilal. M3 Process & Round-up by Annelise Wunderlich What happens when you take 16 teenagers from all over the country, put them into a small, hot room, give [...]
Tag: "Modern Media Makers"
Name: Emily Bonilla Title: Video & Television Production Teacher Organization: Essex County Vocational: Bloomfield Tech What do you do? I am a video production teacher at Essex County Vocational: Bloomfield Tech. Students attending our school are mainly from the Newark, East Orange, and Irvington areas. Four years ago I left the media world in New York to start [...]
Join us Sunday night in the Bromley Room at 8:15 for the screening of 4 youth produced videos illuminating core concepts of media literacy. The M3 participants arrived on Thursday night, discussed what media literacy meant to them with their M3 mentors, then embarked on a “48hr film festival” style production assignment in 4 small [...]
By NAMLE member Cary Gillenwater, Doctoral student, Education, Culture, Curriculum, and Change; University of North Carolina The 2009 NAMLE conference was my first media literacy conference, and I was very excited to finally have a chance to interact in a more formal setting with scholars and practitioners who emphasized media literacy in their research and [...]
The 2005 National Media Education Conference brought over 450 people to San Francisco to hear more than 70 presenters share their work and make the case for media literacy education in this country. Starting with Kenny Smith who described the role of hip-hop in today’s youth culture, to David Buckingham, who challenged some of our [...]