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MEd/Chartered Teacher Modules in Moving Image Education

Scottish Screen, the University of Glasgow’s Faculty of Education, and Lead Practitioners Greg Dimeck and Dini Power have developed two Chartered Teacher Modules in Moving Image Education, which were approved by the General Teaching Council for Scotland in May 2006.
A range of Scottish Screen Lead Practitioners and faculty staff deliver the courses, which are designed to support teachers wishing to develop and examine moving image education at any level of the curriculum 3-18, and in any curricular area. The courses focus on learning and teaching, both traditional literacy (reading,writing, talking, listening), and 21st century literacy – including moving image. 

The modules have run several times, with excellent feedback from teachers, many of whom have since helped develop Scottish Screen projects. 

For further details, see 'Chartered Teacher Programme information':

Feedback from students on Chartered Teacher Module in Moving Image Education

"It was thoroughly enjoyable and the fact that at all times the learning was active and engaging was refreshing and indeed motivated me to think about changing areas of my general practice."

"This was by far the most enjoyable Chartered Teacher module that I have undertaken. It challenged my perception of what the moving image is and what is meant by ‘literacy’."

"The most balanced module I have undertaken, with a perfect balance of ‘hands-on' and theory."

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