High Resolves Australia launches a new end to end learning experience to engage and empower students during this time of uncertainty
Videos for Change focuses the creativity of young people on making one-minute videos for social impact.
In 2020, the Australian National Videos for Change Competition asks young people “What does ‘community’ mean in a crisis?”. It’s an opportunity for young people in Years 7-12 to have a voice and creatively addresses the different ways that ‘community’ can affect positive social change.
An end-to-end experience run by High Resolves facilitators to guide your students through Videos for Change with minimal teacher support.
• Project-based learning that can be aligned with English, Humanities and Media curricula or embedded as part of a wellbeing program.
• A blend of synchronous and asynchronous learning.
• Develops competencies such as civic engagement, empathy, creative and critical thinking.
The learning journey focuses on creative expression, the formation of a social action narrative, and the use of video to reach and inspire others to act.
Join us for a 2-hour, interactive webinar that will provide you with the knowledge, skills and resources to successfully implement this learning experience at your school whether it is in-person or remotely.
This webinar will include
• Interactive activities that showcase past examples of Videos for Change entries whilst introducing the key criteria of how to make a high-quality video for social change.
• A step-by-step walkthrough of the teaching resources, including tips and tricks on how they can be edited and adapted to meet the needs of your students.
• A Q&A section to allow teachers to seek advice and get tips on how to facilitate Videos for Change via remote learning during the time of COVID-19.