More than 250 secondary school teachers to learn audiovisual narrative this summer

For one week, secondary school teachers will be trained in the basic skills of the audiovisual format.
21.06.18 - Education,Cine Base,

The third edition of Cine Base will welcome more than 500 participants, including secondary school teachers and young people aged 13 to 17, who will receive training in audiovisual narrative at the ESCAC.

For one week, secondary school teachers will receive training in the basic skills of the audiovisual format. Following ESCAC’s training model based on learning by doing and project work, teachers will learn through practical exercises. The aim is that, once the course is over, they will be able to apply the knowledge acquired in the classrooms of their schools. The programme is complemented with practical classes in photography technique, editing, sound, screenwriting, art and direction of actors.

In this edition, a collaboration has been reached with the Atlantida Film Festival (AFF), whereby ESCAC will extend its campus to Palma de Mallorca, offering training to Balearic teachers.

More than 250 teachers from different schools and provinces are taking part in the third edition of CINE BASE. The course is subsidised by the ESCAC, following the objectives of the CINE BASE programme, to implement audiovisual narrative as a basic, essential and commonly used skill in secondary education for all students in our country. The course is approved by the Generalitat de Catalunya.

The programme also includes an activity for young people, the Summer School, which welcomes young people between 13 and 17 years of age who, for two weeks, receive a course on a basic introduction to audiovisual narrative through a training and at the same time recreational programme based on internships and projects. More than 250 young people from all over Spain are taking part in this year’s edition.