We know that many educators, in the rapid transition to remote learning, had to quickly develop instructional videos for their students. PBS and KQED want to recognize you for developing this important teaching skill! The PBS micro-credential “Making Media for Classroom Use: Audio & Video“ recognizes educators who have created a video that they have used in any classroom setting. Part of the PBS Media Literacy Educator Certification by KQED, this micro-credential validates and gives educators public recognition of their ability to create original audio and/or video content that communicates a specific message to, and supports, the learning of a student audience.
In this 50-minute workshop, you will learn more about the PBS Media Literacy Educator Certification and the set of micro-credentials that lead up to it. Then, you’ll get hands-on and start a submission for this media production micro-credential with direct guidance from KQED’s Manager of Educator Certification. Before the end of the session, you will be well on your way to earning this micro-credential! Classroom teachers, media specialists, librarians, teacher trainers and other K-12 educators are eligible to receive recognition from PBS and KQED for their media literacy work.