Teach your students how to make simple short films and animations
This course will teach you how to use simple filmmaking and animation techniques to aid assessment and attainment across the curriculum for young people aged 5-19.
You’ll discover how film and animation can be used as powerful tools to encourage active learning and enable pupils to establish strong connections with any area of the curriculum.
Explore filmmaking frameworks to use with your students
Alongside filmmaking experts at Into Film you’ll learn how to make simple short films and animations using evaluation and progression throughout the filmmaking process.
You’ll learn to create curriculum-focused filmmaking briefs and get advice for running fun and educational filmmaking projects
Teach filmmaking anywhere
As well as exploring activities for use back in the classroom, the course will help you to consider online strategies for delivering filmmaking and animation activities remotely to support your teaching during times of remote learning.
Learn with Into Film – the film education charity
This course has been developed by Into Film – one of the largest educational charities in the UK – which works with schools to deliver free training, resources and after-school film clubs.
You might also like to check out Into Film’s other course, Using Film to Teach Literacy Online and in the Classroom, which is running at the same time.
When would you like to start?
Start straight away and learn at your own pace. If the course hasn’t started yet you’ll see the future date listed below.
Who is the course for?
The course has been designed for educators who are looking to deliver engaging, curriculum-focused learning experiences in any educational setting.
The course is suitable for those new to filmmaking as well as those who already using it in their teaching.
Who developed the course?
Into Film is a UK-wide film and education charity, which puts film at the heart of children and young people’s learning, contributing to their cultural, creative and personal development.