2 Week Course: Audiovisuals and Social Media - Florence

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This course has been created for teachers who are interested in using audiovisuals (including video making) and social media and to make their lessons more engaging and to encourage teamwork.

Participants will take part in a wide range of practical activities (no prior knowledge of social medias and video-making techniques is required).
The course will introduce video making techniques: from shooting and editing videos with the students, to adapting already existing audio-visual resources (film and music clips, documentaries, news etc.). It will be introduced also some easy web-based solutions through which teachers and students can easily dub and subtitle videos in a variety of languages.
Participants will also learn how to use a set of web resources and Social Media as educational tools.

By the end of this course, participants will have acquired more knowledge about the safe use of social media, digital classroom management and how to work with audiovisual material in a productive and motivating manner.

All our course in Florence include 2 Guided city tours and a one-day excursion in Tuscany (usually on Saturday).

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Europass Teacher Academy
Florence / Firenze, Italy

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Upcoming sessions

20.01.2020 > 17.02.2020 (ID: 90302)
17.02.2020 > 28.02.2020 (ID: 90301)
16.03.2020 > 27.03.2020 (ID: 90300)
20.04.2020 > 01.05.2020 (ID: 90299)
15.06.2020 > 26.06.2020 (ID: 90308)
20.07.2020 > 31.07.2020 (ID: 90307)
17.08.2020 > 28.08.2020 (ID: 90306, Confirmed))
21.09.2020 > 02.10.2020 (ID: 90305)
19.10.2020 > 30.10.2020 (ID: 90304)
16.11.2020 > 27.11.2020 (ID: 90303)

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