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Digital Media Pre-Apprenticeship Readiness via Invitations to selected meet-ups comprised of panelist and exhibitors from conventions. Focus conversations as working press with research institutions on the horizon (future requirements) for workforce 2020. Communication and interpersonal skills within a professional setting via field trips to trade shows such as: Digital Hollywood, etc.

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WHY DIGITAL CITIZENSHIP ?

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Development of leadership – WHY DIGITAL CITIZENSHIP? Taught By Christopher Darden

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Jay Tucker, DIGITAL PATHWAY INITIATIVE (DPI)

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How to evaluate where technology is going in the classroom, 5G, OTT, Mobile, Streaming,Systems Integration, Taught By  Ted Lai, Apple 5418-Yvonne-Harmon

How a professional Digital Media/ Technology is run, Taught By Yvonne Harmon .  She will select guest speakers, and provide the breakdown of all career opportunities inside of AT&T/DIRECTV.  

PROJECTED OUTCOMES

Field Trips and in-class assignment on building a Curriculum Vitae.

Career awareness and exploration, will supply executives, employee resource groups with internship program insights and best practices of volunteerism, and will groom students in the areas below:

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To be accountable to a professional organization 

Develop self-respect, reliability and resiliency 

To be successful in completing project objectives and goals including deadlines 

Develop “soft skills” such as creative problem solving, conflict resolution, communication, and
teamwork outside of the classroom setting. 

How will it be measured?  

Project-based learning

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Writing in the form of journals or other writing activities
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Rigorous academic classroom learning with vocational coursework that merges in-classroom experiences with industry—related opportunities that integrates a project-based and performance based assessment.

Mentorship Development Of The 360 degree Student.  What’s On The Horizon And How To Get In The Room, And Get A Seat At The Table. How to enable the Voice. That there are connections between the classroom learning and work site learning.

That we develop joint activities that enhance learning in both the classroom and the workplace.

That there are projects that provide students the opportunity to gather, evaluate and report
information, both individually and in teams.

That there is structure and organization that has a clear, purposeful flow to our learning
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That there is learning about the organization and how it functions as a whole: What are the basic skills necessary for working in the organization?

Which specific skills in math, communications, computers and time management are needed for an entry—level position in this organization?

What kinds of thinking and interpersonal skills are needed to run this organization?

What other skills (non—technical) and characteristics are expected in the workplace?

What kind of interpersonal skills make a person effective in this organization?

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GIVING NEW MEANING TO MOBILE DIGITAL MEDIA

Dakar Foundation is in discussion with Hart Beat Digital to build a mobile Digital Media Makers Lab, that has a mobile touring component that advances and showcase the facility on wheels.  The hottest idea on wheels is and Augmented/VR lab on wheels.

Bringing solutions and demonstrations to disenfranchised communities can unbox the What if to the learners of tomorrow, while they sit siloed in pedagogy that is light years behind in competing for the best in STEAM education and professional development.  Collaborating with Silicon Valley and Silicon Beach leaders to challenge the Why (?)

 

Dakar’s targets underserved school districts to put STEAM on wheels and serve Los Angeles County students with a mobile digital production lab that can dispatch backpack-journalism kits; cameras, laptops, and 3-D printers, as well as digital media professionals doubling as mentors.

 

Our newest collaborator Mobile Film Classroom (MFC) has provided Dakar with a case study to analyze the cost-benefit analysis of such a system that we plan on taking to our advisors for the recommendation for partnership and funding.

Kevin Clark, founder of  Dakar Foundation is leading an effort to bring experienced volunteers and branded mobile facilities outfitted with the latest and greatest equipment to STEAM students.  Sample

A proposed mobile facility will not only teach students more about how and why to create technology but that what they create will itself impact their community, and provide an on-ramp for career work development.

“What we’re proposing is STEAM students would experiment with digital creation and storytelling without barriers to transportation. Mobility will provide access to facilities where they can produce and innovate everything from mobile live broadcast production to augmented and virtual reality creation.

Mentorship will undergird the effort and enable students to create what they would ordinarily consume, as well catalyze storytelling ,self-publishing and distribution methods, and sharing of formulas for succeeding outside of the box.

Recent workforce development research estimated that, by the year 2020, there will be a 15 percent increase in jobs where storytelling is needed.  The keys to making the initiative a success will be building a group of committed community mentors who will be trained on best practices on mentoring in a digital age.

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There’s only word for the Sony Digital Motion Picture Center, AWESOME.  We experienced the perfect storm of hollywood networking,  experiential workforce development all while traversing a decked out sound stage and set.

The releasing of digital cinema cameras is at a dizzying rate , and all of them have pretty dense feature sets that aren’t for the faint of heart Cameras have become less complicated to use, but whenever something new comes out, there’s going to be a learning curve

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The releasing of digital cinema cameras is at a dizzying rate , and all of them have pretty dense feature sets that aren’t for the faint of heart Cameras have become less complicated to use, but whenever something new comes out, there’s going to be a learning curve.

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That’s why a few years ago Sony came up with the DMPC (Digital Motion Picture Center) in Culver City, CA on the Sony Pictures lot (they’ve also got a similar spot at Pinewood Studios in the UK).

Keith Vidger, gave a great tour and, which included a presentation explaining some of the goals of the space, and how the industry has been rapidly changing and moving into 4K acquisition. While they obviously want Sony productions to use Sony cameras, they’ve let the shows themselves test in their studio to actually see the differences versus other cameras.

Essentially the goal is for the camera-making side of Sony to join forces with the movie and TV side right on the lot, and teach people how to use all of their newest cinema cameras.

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AFRICAN AMERICAN DAY SUMMIT SPOTLIGHTS PEDRO NOGUERA AND DAVID JOHNS

For the past decade, social justice educators have decried the school-to-prison pipeline: a series of interlocking policies, often scripted curriculum that neglects the contributions and struggles of people of color; zero tolerance and racist suspension and expulsion policies; and high-stakes tests—that funnel kids from the classroom to the cellblock have now been isolated as the battle cry for a call of action.

We got our first taste of how we can go beyond protest to mobilizing African American families, instructors and education policy makers to become a single thread to spotlight opportunities to redirect the narrative. The Magnet school programs in LAUSD can be the first strike in the call to action, and all concerned need to check out this link before Nov. 10, 2016.

 


 

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