High School Video Production: Then and Now

Posted by on February 25, 2005

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High School Video Production: Then and Now
Wednesday, March 9, 3:30 – 5:00 p.m. TUCC Center City Campus, 1515 Market Street Change is a constant in the media industry and also in education. What changes occurred in a high school video prodution course over 20 years? What factors contributed to the use of new instructional approaches? What instructional practices are most effective for high school students? Meet to discuss the evolution of the teaching and learning of video production and reflect on the future of this important component of secondary education.

Presenters: Dr. Jeff Benton, Director of Communication Arts, Springfield High School
Location: Temple University Center City (TUCC), 1515 Market Street, Room 308, Philadelphia, PA (corner of Market and Broad, next to City Hall)
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