Look around any group of students and you’ll see them glued to screens. And today, often, it’ll be video and imagery that’s taking up their time. The question for modern educators is: how can you harness this focus to make the student experience more engaging? Our three panelists have done just that. They’ve created successful and award-winning video programs at their schools that prepare their students for the next level.
In this webinar we’ll discuss why it’s important to create a video program at your school, how to build a case for a video program, and what are the benefits. We’ll also discuss understanding your tech options and choosing the right solutions to produce network-quality video and prepare students for the future.
Charles Dewalt, executive director and program founder, Warrior TV (WTVN)
Doug Green, teacher/advisor, Carlsbad High School and Valley Middle School Broadcast Journalism Programs, Carlsbad, Calif.
Steve Vinton, video production teacher, Penn-Trafford High School, Harrison City, Pa.
Scott Carroll, director of external communications, Vizrt Group
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