- Add to Calendar02/20/2019 10:00:00 am02/20/2019 11:00:00 amAmerica/New_York'63 Boycott TESTIn 1963, 250,000 students boycotted the Chicago Public Schools to protest racial segregation. '63 Boycott connects the forgotten story of one of the largest Northern civil rights demonstrations to contemporary issues around race, education, and youth activism.https://ovee.itvs.org/screenings/1lwvfEmmalee Hackshaw email@example.comMM/DD/YYYYPresented by: Georgia Public Broadcasting
- Add to Calendar02/21/2019 12:00:00 pm02/21/2019 01:00:00 pmAmerica/Los_AngelesMuslim Youth VoicesWelcome to the webinar for "Muslim Youth Voices," a project of the Center for Asian American Media featured on WORLD Channel. Today's discussion will feature three films by youth filmmakers and a conversation with Creative Director Musa Syeed. Hosted by Tina Martin. The Muslim Youth Voices Project is made possible by a grant from the Doris Duke Foundation for Islamic Art’s Building Bridges Program.https://ovee.itvs.org/screenings/ouykeCynthia Fostercynthia.firstname.lastname@example.orgMM/DD/YYYYPresented by: Impact Media Partners
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- Add to Calendar02/26/2019 08:00:00 pm02/26/2019 09:00:00 pmAmerica/New_York'63 BoycottIn 1963, 250,000 students boycotted the Chicago Public Schools to protest racial segregation. '63 Boycott connects the forgotten story of one of the largest Northern civil rights demonstrations to contemporary issues around race, education, and youth activism.https://ovee.itvs.org/screenings/adamqEmmalee Hackshaw email@example.comMM/DD/YYYYPresented by: Georgia Public Broadcasting
- Add to Calendar02/27/2019 01:00:00 pm02/27/2019 02:00:00 pmAmerica/Los_AngelesThe Griot Chronicles The Griot Chronicles: A celebration of Black storytelling from the Independent Lens of ITVS. This first of its kind event is a celebration of Black storytelling through the lens of ITVS. Hear from critically acclaimed African-American filmmakers as they share the stories of their films, the experience of finding funding and navigating the public media space as a minority independent filmmaker in partnership with ITVS. JOIN US, as we celebrate the contributions of a stellar group of filmmakers who have all been a part of the ITVS funding process, the Firelight Doc Lab, and have had their film distributed through public media. This event will be hosted by Sharese Bullock-Bailey, the Chief Strategy and Partnership Officer at Ghetto Film School and ITVS Board Member, Sherry Simpson Dean, the Senior Director of Engagement and Impact at ITVS and Noland Walker the Vice President of Content at ITVS. The program will feature discussions with award-winning filmmakers Stanley Nelson, Loira Limbal, Jacqueline Olive, and Yoruba Richen. Join the digital audience and be a part of this inaugural Black History Month celebration. https://firstname.lastname@example.orgMM/DD/YYYYPresented by: ITVS
- Add to Calendar02/28/2019 07:00:00 pm02/28/2019 08:00:00 pmAmerica/New_YorkEmpowering Young Media Consumers Ep1The world is saturated with information--all types of media, with millions of varying messages. Not only are your students consuming the media, but with new technology, and inexpensive tools, they are also creating content and using media in myriad ways to test their ideas, and tell their stories. With access to these tools, we have the opportunity to empower students so they can be both to be critical consumers of media and authentic storytellers. Join your peers for the first of a three-part PBS “Live Learning” experience: Empowering Young Media Consumers and Creators. Designed by educators, this virtual professional learning series will introduce a number of teaching models and strategies to enhance your practice. Teaching digital media literacy can be daunting. In the first episode of this three-part series (designed especially for middle and high school teachers), we’ll consider how to tackle misinformation, how to analyse digital media and why it’s important for your students. Led by PBS Digital Innovator All-Star Leigh Herman this session highlights exciting resources and models that you can immediately implement in your classroom. Prioritizing fun, engaging and accessible tools for your students, the series will highlight techniques for analyzing media, and amplifying student voice through authentic storytelling. PBS will provide a certificate of attendance for each one-hour virtual professional learning event. The event is recorded, all registrants will receive the recording one week after the event. https://ovee.itvs.org/screenings/in7wyLeigh Hermanamanivannan@pbs.orgfalseMM/DD/YYYY
- Add to Calendar03/07/2019 07:00:00 pm03/07/2019 08:00:00 pmAmerica/New_YorkEmpowering Young Media Consumers Ep2In the first episode of this series, we looked at how you and your students can critically analyze all types of media to tackle misinformation. But your students are not only consuming media, they are also creating content and using media in myriad ways to test their ideas, and tell their stories. In part two of our series, we’ll begin to discuss media creation and how different forms of media can enhance authentic storytelling. In episode two, we’re thrilled to invite you to a live discussion with American art museum curator and host of The Art Assignment, Sarah Urist Green (link). The Art Assignment (link) is a weekly PBS Digital Studios production that explores art and art history through the lens of things happening today. Episodes air every other Thursday, and since its premiere in February 2014, the series has grown to over 300,000 subscribers and generated thousands of viewer-created artworks. This live learning series, like all our live learning, is designed by educators. This series, in particular, was created especially for middle and high school teachers and will be led by PBS Digital Innovator All-Stars Shawn Patrick Higgins and Leah Aiwohi. In addition to hearing from Sarah Green, attendees will also learn about resources and models that can immediately be implemented in the classroom. Facilitators will dive into media production technology and techniques, so participants can help students produce their own digital stories. PBS will provide a certificate of attendance for each one-hour virtual professional learning event. This event is organized by PBS, your local PBS station, and presenting partners. By registering, you are allowing these event organizers to contact you. This virtual professional learning opportunity is powered by OVEE: a shared media viewing experience. Created by ITVS and funded by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting (CPB), OVEE combines quality HD media and live stream content with the community-building conversation of social media in a single-screen experience. Through OVEE, filmmakers, educators, public media stations and other partners create online screenings that bring together fans, students, subject experts and special guests to watch streaming media and chat live in a virtual theater. The OVEE chat enables them to discuss the topic, share resources, and ask questions of panelists and experts featured in the video.https://email@example.comMM/DD/YYYY
- Add to Calendar03/14/2019 07:00:00 pm03/14/2019 08:00:00 pmAmerica/New_YorkEmpowering Young Media Consumers Ep3So far in this series, we’ve covered content analysis and creation. But how do you foster your student’s authentic voice and empower your students to tell their stories through digital media? For this episode, we’ve gone to one of public media’s most powerful personal storytelling platforms: The Moth Radio Hour. A favorite of hipsters (think Lena Dunham) and grandparents alike, The Moth is a movement: ‘True Stories, Told Live.’ It started in a living room. But, through local story slams, international fellowship programs, student outreach, podcasts and public radio, millions of listeners tune in weekly to relate to the stories of ordinary, yet extraordinary, stories and storytellers. In the final session of our three part PBS “Live Learning” experience: Empowering Young Media Consumers and Creators, we’ll be joined by The Moth storytelling expert, Micaela Blei. Blei is a teacher, writer, storyteller and PhD student, who, until recently, was Director of Education and Community Engagement at the Moth where she worked with teachers and students to cultivate their stories. Prior to coming to the Moth, she was a third grade classroom teacher. Blei will join our PBS Digital Innovator All Star hosts, Joquetta Johnson and Steven Auslander, to talk about effective storytelling, and to highlight exciting resources and models that you can immediately implement in your classroom. PBS will provide a certificate of attendance for each one hour virtual professional learning event.https://firstname.lastname@example.orgMM/DD/YYYY
- Add to Calendar12/15/2019 10:00:00 am12/15/2019 11:00:00 amAmerica/Los_AngelesLearning with OVEE Learn how to use OVEE as a tool in your classroom and with classrooms around the globe. https://email@example.comMM/DD/YYYYPresented by: ITVS
- Add to Calendar12/20/2019 11:30:00 am12/20/2019 12:30:00 pmAmerica/Los_AngelesOVEE Data & Information Review OVEE data and information. https://ovee.itvs.org/screenings/oq0oeOVEEnaima.firstname.lastname@example.orgMM/DD/YYYYPresented by: ITVS
- Add to Calendar01/23/2020 11:30:00 am01/23/2020 12:30:00 pmAmerica/Los_AngelesOVEE Tips & Tricks Looking for tips on moderating your event on OVEE? Building an audience? What about streaming through Ustream rather than Google Hangouts on Air? We'll show three video clips to address each topic.https://email@example.comMM/DD/YYYYPresented by: ITVS
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