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Dina Paulson
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What is your connection to education?
Elementary Teacher, Administrator
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I am interested in the application of classic and contemporary film to engage learners of all ages in narratives of peace and human rights issues occurring worldwide. I believe understandings to this 'real world' material can be enhanced by the visions and analyses supported by the film lens and its capability for imagistic and narrative provocation. I see the imaginative boost and inquiry that film can offer as powerful to begin to open up the human mind and explore the issues at hand. Development in this journey through film can lead to evaluations of these world conflict situations, and can build a call to action towards worldview enrichment to increase a social and global awareness on organizational and socio-educational institution levels.
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The social significance of modern multi-media curricula: Towards construction of political awareness through global media schooling

For my final project for Teach, Think, Play III: The Moving Image in the Classroom, I created a paper entitled "The social significance of modern multi-media curricula: Towards construction of political awareness through global media schooling". I supplemented my written text with a new Discussion Forum under "Best Practices and High Quality Teaching" called "The Globalization of Education in the Digital Age". In… Continue

Posted on May 5, 2009 at 10:30pm

Reflection Paper: 2009 Teach, Think, Play III: The Moving Image in the Classroom

Our second session of Teach, Think, Play III, The Moving Image in the Classroom, held at Teachers College, Columbia University on Saturday April 5 2009, began with a presentation by Mary T. Christel entitled “Everything You Always Wanted To Know About Gender (But Were Afraid To Learn From Classic Hollywood Comedies)”. Christel presented the pedagogy of using film in the classroom through a “genre” approach towards… Continue

Posted on April 22, 2009 at 8:00pm — 11 Comments

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