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Teaching Media Production Online During a Pandemic
Teaching Media Production Online: Best Practices and Challenges During the Covid Pandemic
How are media production teachers coping with remote video production with students?
Starting in mid-March, US schools moved to remote instruction due to COVID-19 pandemic. Media production teachers had to shift their teaching to online without the possibility to use their high-end equipment in school. This report showcase the findings from Dr. Yonty Friesem’s research with media teachers who used the curriculum of PBS NewsHour Student Reporting Lab as they adapt to online and remote instruction. Dr. Friesem shared the report with PBS NewsHour Student Reporting Lab and the audience of the webinar (recording below).
Download full report here: Teaching Media Production Online During a Pandemic
Suggested citation: Friesem, Y. (2020). Teaching media production online during a pandemic (Brief report submitted to PBS Student Reporting Labs). Media Education Lab. Retrieved from https://mediaeducationlab.com/pub/teaching-media-production-online-durin...