GCED by ThemesSelf-paced

The SDG Challenge: Advancing Media Information Literacy and Global Citizenship through the Power of Film

Application 06-13-2022 ~ 10-15-2022
Learning 06-15-2022 ~ 10-15-2022(18 [[study_weeks]])
Course ID 2022_80_CL002_5_0_
  • Take the course at your own pace

  • Downloadable Certificate
    Earn a certificate upon the course completion

  • 100% Free

About the Course

By the end of this course, you will unlock the power of film to take your students beyond school walls, inspiring them to be media and information-literate global citizens and active contributors to a more equitable and sustainable world. 

We'll be taking a closer look at documentary films to explore the impact of visual storytelling to communicate ideas and inspire change.

And, we’ll be guiding you through activities that will make it seamless to integrate film into your lessons.

 

Session 1

  • Documentary Film For Media and Information Literacy

Session 2

  • Curate a collection of Social Impact Films and Resources

Session 3

  •  Implement The SIMA Challenge: 2030 Impact Campaign

Session 4

  • Report your Impact

 Deadline: You need to submit your impact by Oct. 15, 2022.

Instructor

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Virginia Pittaro

Director of Global Partnerships at SIMA, an organization created to advance global awareness and social transformation through the power of impact cinema.

Her career in International Development focuses on unleashing the potential of individuals, organizations, and businesses to create positive change. For 15 years she has been supporting entrepreneurs, social leaders, and changemakers advancing a purpose-driven economy and education. 

Virginia holds a B.A in International Affairs, and Master's Degree in Public Policy and International Development.

 

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SIMA is a non-profit impact media agency that celebrates, curates, and distributes documentaries + creative media projects that advance positive social change and support content creators, activists, educators, and changemakers worldwide.

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