Digital Video - Certificate
Name: Siri Anderson
Learn to communicate in the most powerful and ubiquitous medium of our time: Digital Video.
In this certificate, teachers and librarians learn how to create manageable workflows to involve students in telling the stories of their lives in digital videos, documentaries, and animations. Teachers develop their own digital video storytelling skills so they can capture their audience and artfully compel them to consider their point of view on a topic. Teachers learn skills for narrative fiction, non-fiction, animation, and journalistic approaches to this communication medium. Here is video introduction to the documentary course led by instructor Bobak Rasavi.
Courses are online and seven weeks in length.
This certificate for practicing teachers is a total of 12 credits. If these courses are taken as part of a degree program or as part of the Technology Integration Certificate they can be covered by financial aid. If taken as a stand-alone certificate, financial aid is not available at this time for this certificate.
|Required courses: 1|
|EDUC 6720||Digital Video for K-12 Classroom Settings||3|
|EDUC 6500||Hands-OnSTEAM: Animation in the K-12 Classroom||3|
|EDUC 6555||Making Change by Making Movies||3|
|EDUC 6450||Literacy and Learning Redefined in the Digital Era (I'll also take through SCC.)||3|
NOTE: If needed a teacher or librarian may enroll in EDUC 6420 Designing for Online Instruction or EDUC 6110 Best Practices in 1:1 as part of this certificate. Consult with the program director to determine the best course choices.