screenings PD & seminars
ATOM VCE Units 3&4 Media Exam Revision Seminars
Prepare yourself and get the best result you can in the 2014 Media Exam.
Find out how to focus your exam revision and get tips and resources to help you prepare.
The people who actually mark these exams will de-mystify the exam-marking process, telling you what they look for in an exam response and what you can do to get the best mark possible. This session will give you the confidence to successfully prepare and give the 2014 Media Exam your best shot.
ATOM Vic Professional Development 2014
Full-day professional development workshops and seminars presented by ATOM Vic.
IP Awareness ATOM Awards National Screenings Tour
Australian Teachers of Media (ATOM) and IP Awareness are proud to present the 2014 IP Awareness ATOM Awards National Screenings Tour. This tour provides opportunities for students to access an array of free screening programs comprising locally sourced screen content from students, emerging professionals and established producers. The intention of these screenings is to both entertain and educate.
Life on Us
There is an unexplored planet in our solar system, a strange world where bizarre creatures are locked in a fight for survival. This planet is the human body, and it’s teeming with unknown ecosystems. We are home to a trillion cells that are not us, but are very much the making of us. They cling to our skin and grasp onto our hair; they live inside our gut, in our blood, and even in our brain. We are not just human. We are all collections of organisms. If we got rid of all the microbes on us and inside us, we’d die.
Literacy & Digital Media in the Primary Classroom
To support primary teachers in preparation for the implementation of the Australian Curriculum, the Australian Children’s Television Foundation, Australian Teachers of Media and the Geography Teachers’ Association of Victoria have come together for a day of learning. Join us to explore the use of digital media in the primary classroom to teach literacy across the different learning areas.
NFSA's Schools Screening Program
The National Film and Sound Archive of Australia (NFSA), through its Education Program, offers opportunities for school students to access and engage with Australian screen culture. It celebrates the Australian film industry by bringing screenings of contemporary and classic Australian feature films, documentaries and short films to schools throughout regional Australia. These films cater specifically for both primary school and high school students. These screenings take place during school hours at local cinemas and the films screened are programmed in consultation with the local area schools.