Practicum in Media Literacy and Pedagogy I: Theory

Cinema Studies 394

Usual Description

Surrounded by computers, video games, and cell phones, children often have little chance to use media to express themselves or connect with their communities. Today’s kids are tomorrow’s storytellers, and to become responsible citizens in a digital age they need tools to communicate through text, image, and sound. We’ll explore community outreach models and media education projects, lead a video poetry residency at Langston Middle School, and prepare the Apollo Outreach Initiative’s Summer Media Workshop.

Course Listings

These are all of the listings of this course recorded in the Oberlin course catalog since the fall of 2007.

Listing Semester Professor
Cinema Studies 394
Cinema Studies 394 Taught by Carla Carter
Cinema Studies 394 Taught by Jeffrey Pence
Cinema Studies 394 Taught by Geoff Pingree