Educator Zone

Over the years different youth facilitation teams have created workshop outlines and educational resources to accompany the videos they’ve created. They’ve been designed to deepen learning about the issues addressed in the videos, and set the table for courageous conversations about equity and justice in classroom settings. The evolving Educator Zone is a space to share and easily access these materials.What’s here now is the tip of the iceberg. More resources coming soon.

Creating Soft Spaces for Hard Conversations

“See yourself in someone else’s story”

Angela Brown speaks to the empathy-building value of using youth created videos as conversation starters in your classrooms

VIDEO SHOWCASE & RESOURCE GUIDES

Here are some of the complete Educational Resource Guides we’ve developed to go with Videos made during our Media-Making intensives

HumanEYES: Intergeneration Storytelling and Creative Reflection

YouthMADE (Media Arts Diversity Education): Challenging Racism and Homophobia

Vimeo showcase: https://vimeo.com/showcase/1568361

Resource Guide: YouthMADE-Guide

Racism for Reel: Media for Change

Vimeo showcase: https://vimeo.com/95926895

Resource Guide: R4R guide

Expressions of Aboriginal Youth

Outlet: Queer Youth Speak Out

Vimeo showcase: https://vimeo.com/97893262

Resource Guide: OUTlet-guide OUTlet-guide

Book a Workshop

Due to the pandemic, Access to Media Education Society is not booking workshops for the time being. AMES is currently translating existing workshops, and creating new online versions to better serve youth. Contact ames@accesstomedia.org for more information on when online workshops will be available.

Learn more about the key elements of a typical AMES workshop, and the thinking behind them to support you in building your own:

"Working with AMES, I witnessed marginalized, urban and rural youth coming together to share space in meaningful, critical, and honest ways. Their stories, lived experiences and voices were heard and honoured."
Angela Ma Brown

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