SHIFT offers K-12 educators immersive, high-quality professional development and curriculum that supports the integration of the filmmaking process into educational settings. Workshops and instructional materials provide comprehensive, standards-linked lesson plans to guide educators on how to produce documentaries, public service announcements (PSAs), instructional videos, personal narratives, and other short film projects with their students.
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Three youth media premiere exhibition events running May 19-21 in downtown Salt Lake City
After a great year of working with teachers to integrate filmmaking into their classrooms, SHIFT is proud to host three upcoming big screen events open to the pubic and showcasing a myriad of print pieces and films produced by youth in classrooms across the Wasatch Front.
- SHIFT to Launch New “Framed” Cohort for 2015SHIFT recently announced that beginning in the 2015-16 school year it will launch a new training cohort for Utah educators, grades 7-12, titled Framed: The Art and Craft of Filmmaking in the Classroom.
StoryCorps interviews have traditionally been recorded in StoryCorps booths in the United States with the assistance of StoryCorps facilitators. With the introduction of this app, StoryCorps interviews can now be recorded anywhere, anytime and shared to our companion website at StoryCorps.me.