Wednesday, July 18, 2018 at 9:00 AM CDT
Thursday, July 19, 2018 at 4:00 PM CDT

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Room 280N, York Lanes, York University 
4700 Keele St
Rm 280N York Lanes, York University
North York, ON M3J1P3

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Joanne Huy 
Learning for a Sustainable Future 

Using Film-Making to Enhance Authentic Inquiry and Project-Based Learning

Join Learning for a Sustainable Future  in exploring film-making as a tool for learning! 

Who should attend?

Grades 6 to 10 Educators who wish to:

  • Explore how to incorporate video production as a means of applying the strategies of inquiry and project-based learning, using the Water Docs @ School Action Projects Program as an example
  • Explore how to incorporate video production as a context that brings inquiry and project-based learning for their students
  • Film-making is an excellent vehicle to bring authentic inquiry and project-based learning together, empowering students to positively impact their communities and share their learning
  • In this workshop, we delve into all aspects of managing a learning process that engages students in research, community action, and film-making, using the WaterDocs @ school program as an example
  • WaterDocs @ School is a unique inquiry-based learning program that inspires students to be agents of change and stewards of water in their local community through research, action planning, film-making and celebration. No experience with film-making is required  
  • A professional inquiry methodology will shape the learning and draw on the experiences of those present

Cost: $350 CAD plus HST (Breakfast, lunch, refreshments, and publications included)

**Space is Limited! Register by July 4, 2018*