As much as I enjoy the opportunity to practice my talent, I enjoy passing on my knowledge to the next generation just as much if not more. Throughout my years of working in multimedia, I’ve had opportunities to transfer my knowledge to elementary, middle and high school students in both curricular and extracurricular settings.
I offer professional development courses covering a range of multimedia and technology related subjects, including operation of photo and video cameras, production tips and tricks, video editing, audio editing, computer maintenance and more. Courses can be delivered in a variety of settings and to a variety of audiences, from children to adults.
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Check out some of the teaching opportunities I’ve had in the past.
During the 2011 to 2012 school year, while still a senior in high school, I got the chance to deliver a journalism and new media based curriculum to ninth graders. Topics covered included argumentative writing, technical knowhow of photo and video equipment, journalism ethics and more.
During the summer of 2017, I got the chance to work alongside talented filmmaker and colorist Chelsea Fernandez on delivering a television production curriculum to kids aged six to 14 at the Fit Kids of America summer camp in Miami, Florida. Here’s a recap of mine and Chelsea’s experience!
In the summer of 2016, I came back to a high school journalism camp that I’d been a student at many years prior at the University of Miami as a dorm counselor and writing instructor. Working alongside talented college-level instructors, I was responsible for helping the students craft top-notch written and audiovisual journalism pieces engaging in hands-on coaching and activities.