“FILMMAKING FOR GOOD” for EDUCATORS
Video Production Curriculum and Lesson Plans for Social Justice Filmmaking
Are you an instructor looking for an innovative STEAM experience for your youth? Would you like to put their energy and social media skills to use to make a difference in the community? Do your students need community service hours?
How helpful would it be to have new classroom resources such as standards-based lesson plans that meet curriculum requirements? Teacher guides and student resources? Digital media and online support tools?
To aid you with your students, we’ve prepared four different variations of the “Filmmaking for Good” curriculum: A single module session, two five-module sessions (depending on timeline and equipment), and a 16-module session version. Your students will learn a condensed A-Z guide to filmmaking about community causes, which can be delivered in middle school, high school, college, and after school programs. To see an outline of the 16-module curriculum, click HERE.
- Engage young people in digital storytelling for good via a social justice media curriculum
- Provide accessible user friendly platform for young filmmakers and changemakers
- Support local nonprofits and social justice causes
- Build replicable and adaptable model for schools, after-schools and community programs
- Provide supplemental aid for teachers and teaching artists
- Provide adaptable platform for mentoring
- Engage media partners in digital storytelling for good (Apple, Snapchat, Vimeo, YouTube, Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn)
- Provide intervention for teen social media addiction and cyber bullying
CURRENTLY RECRUITING EDUCATORS to lead the “Filmmaking for Good” curriculum in classrooms and community groups. Learn more by contacting: jessica @ eyesonyourmission.org