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People 4 People Productions
"We at Be The Change are happy that People 4 People Productions has joined the Opportunity Nation Coalition, as the company brings an interesting and innovative approach to expanding opportunity. We look forward to working with People 4 People Productions in the future."
Be The Change, Inc.
"Thanks for guiding students to this point in sophistication in appreciating the power of media and helping them understand the discipline it takes to be 'students of' if not professional filmmakers everyone".
NYC Department of Education
High School of Art & Design
Leslie Embriano, Principal
Thank you for your interest in helping provide the best possible learning experience for our students. Film Media Literacy Career Technology Education programs offered by People 4 People Productions has been determined by The Broward County Superintendent's Screening Committee to be appropriate and in accordance with the curriculum in place in the schools.
Broward County Public Schools
The School Board of Broward County, Florida
STUDENT CREATED VIDEO WORKS
Student Video Contest
To Earn a 3-Year
Film Media Literacy Education
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"By learning the meaning of colors and shapes I learned how to interpret the reality of the environment around me. This was very interesting to me. I still carry that information with me and I'm still learning lessons from that lesson".
Graphic Communication Arts HS
The nature of work practice and its role in globalizing technology dependent economies is changing. One of the most striking impacts of information and communication technologies is the increasing demand for high level cognitive and effective skill development in occupations in which manual precision was previously the major priority.
These changing skill requirements are having a profound impact on patterns of vocational learning. Training in skills which enable individual workers to manipulate and monitor machine operations is no longer sufficient. Young people need the opportunity to develop high order cognitive skills, including problem solving, decision making and teamwork, and they need to be able to transfer their learning from one organizational setting to another. This means that 21st century vocational learning needs to offer learners opportunities to participate in and resolve multifaceted work challenges. Film Media Literacy Career Technology Education provides those learning opportunities.
July 6th - Aug 6th 2017