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Youth Media in NYC High Schools and Beyond -Research

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Youth Media in NYC High Schools and Beyond -Research

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An essential collection of recent research on the ways in which young people live, work and play with new media.

Allison Butler's "Media Education Goes to School: Young People Make Meaning of Media and Urban Education."

John Dewey's "Experience and Education."

Heritage High School.

New Design HS blog.

The MediaLab with Urban Arts Partnership's Academy program offers an advanced media production program for high school students. Students build artistic and technical skills, media literacy, and they have a space to share stories that bring awareness to relevant social issues.

The Brooklyn Center for Media Education primarily provides workshops for adults, but this organization is a great resource, particularly for Brooklyn residents. The media services, courses and workshops offered at BCME could be useful for high school teachers who want to become more media-savvy in order to enhance their curriculum.

EVC is a non-profit organization that is dedicated to teaching documentary video in order to develop the artistic, critical literacy, and career skills of young people, while nurturing their idealism and commitment to social change. The Educational Video Center started on the Lower East Side in 1984 as a single video workshop for under-served teenagers, and has since evolved into an internationally acclaimed leader in youth media education.

Welcome to EVC | EVC

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Downtown Community Television Center (DCTV) provides low-cost equipment rentals, editing facilities, filmmaking/producing workshops and youth programs to countless individuals who may not be able to afford a media arts education. DCTV is a nationally and internationally renowned media center, but its local NYC roots remain strong.