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Boost your skills with INTO FILM’s free training - Learn how to achieve successful learning outcomes using film


“The Into Film / BFI ‘Teaching Literacy Through Film’ online course has been extremely useful in that it has provided a number of options and approaches for using film in class. Before I did the course we were using film in a small way; this course has enabled us to take the next step and embrace film watching, film reviewing and filmmaking across a range of subjects”


Chris Baldwin, William Allitt School


During the course, you will: • learn how even simple equipment can be used to produce high-quality short films in the classroom;


• apply this knowledge to the classroom, creating films that help raise attainment;


• discover a range of top tips to help you hone your filmmaking skills; • learn how to produce simple films and animations with your students; • learn how to use this creative artform as an assessment tool.


The course begins on 23 January 2017 and runs flexibly over three weeks.


uTo find out more and register visit www.nationalschoolspartnership.com/training


Some of our other training opportunities are Raising Literacy Attainment


Through Film- Level One & Two which build teachers’ ability to help learners contextualise and decode film. Into Archive Film: Past Present Future focuses on integrating archive film across the curriculum and Stop Motion Animation explores how animation can be used as a framework for a range of educational needs, encouraging active learning and raising attainment.


uFor full details of our free training and CPD programme visit www.intofilm.org/training


W


hy use film to teach literacy? How can active filmwatching be used to develop decoding, inference and analysis skills - as well as expanding


creativity and improving vocabulary? How can simple filmmaking be easily integrated into your teaching for more varied ways to share, demonstrate and assess learning? At Into Film we have a varied programme of online and face to face


training and CPD to help you use film confidently and effectively to support learning across the curriculum. Whether or not you’ve used film beforewe can offer the training and support that you need.


Filmmaking and Animation in the Classroom This new free online course will help anyone working with young people aged 5-19 to engage them in learning through simple filmmaking and animation. You’ll discover how film and animation can be used as powerful tools for encouraging active learning and enabling pupils to establish strong connections with any area of the curriculum.


uInto Film is a BFI-funded, UK-wide education organisation which offers numerous opportunities for teaching and learning through film. For information, to start a free Into Film Club, download resources or sign up for free training visitwww.intofilm.org


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