The Digital Storytelling option starts on October 17 and ends the week of December 5th, 2022. A pre-recorded video is shared weekly. Classes participate in a weekly 15-30 minute live session.
*LEARN is developing a catalogue of project examples. We will reach out to select teachers (or Community Development Agents) to document their project.
Open to students in cycle 3 and up
Registration deadline: October 7th
Spots are limited to a maximum of two classes per school.
Tina Tenneriello (Hands on Media Education) is a bilingual multimedia journalist based in Montreal who’s passionate about using storytelling for social change. With over a decade of experience in journalism, she works on every aspect of content creation: researching, writing, reporting, directing, filming, and editing. She is passionate about sharing that knowledge, teaching media and digital literacies with Hands On Media Education in hopes of empowering individuals and communities.
Sam Asmar. LESS TALK! MORE ACTION!
My approach is to get students engaged in creating from the get-go!
As a teacher, project development specialist, and artist, my goal is to inspire people to learn through creation.
Whether the skill is writing, making a movie, recording a radio program, or selling art, the most powerful way to learn it is by doing it!
I help people develop successful artistic projects that reflect their own skills, abilities and passions.
I started as an incognito voice actor in Kindergarten, receiving my training from hours of study in front of television screens and performing for friends throughout my youth, and then for my students when I became a high school teacher. After graduating from McGill with a B.A. in English Lit and a B.Ed., I realized that art and creation would always be part of my teaching approach.