Certificate of Achievement
has completed the following course:
This course ensured that participants are equipped with both the skills and knowledge to create curricular-focused short films and animations across a range of subject areas and age ranges. Participants learnt how to use filmmaking and animation as a tool for assessment and to enrich lessons through a new thought-provoking, creative approach.
3 weeks, 3 hours per week
Director of Programme Delivery and Learning
- Assess pupils' learning through filmmaking and animation
- Develop pupils' and own filmmaking skills
- Produce a range of curriculum-focused short films and animations
- Explore filmmaking frameworks for use with students
- Evaluate own and peer-made short films to encourage progression
- Design class-based filmmaking projects
- Explore how to make simple films and animations with pupils
- Consider how to use filmmaking as a tool for assessment
- Learn how to evaluate the filmmaking process ensuring progression
- Devise a range of filmmaking briefs that can ensure filmmaking projects are curriculum-focused
- Plan how to run in-class and remote filmmaking projects efficiently
- Learn how to use a range of filmmaking software
Issued on 2nd February 2022
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This certificate represents proof of learning. It is not a formal qualification, degree, or part of a degree.
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