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Friday, March 10 • 12:30pm - 1:15pm
Telling Our Story: Educating Others through Primary Voice in School Documentaries

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Participants will listen to students share experiences and the processes taken to create a school-level documentary sharing the history of Central Middle School in Whiteville, NC, a historically black school, as it transitioned into a desegregated school. Primary sources, including former teachers and students were used in the video. The sponsoring teacher along with students as presenters, will then facilitate a learning experience with participants through a series of steps to create a documentary using a relevant and timely topic within the presentation. Participants will be given opportunities to use video recording devices, a green screen studio, online video editing tools, and a list of resources and possible topics to be explored by students in their respective school settings.

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Michael Fletcher

ELA 7th Grade Teacher, Central Middle School

Friday March 10, 2023 12:30pm - 1:15pm EST