Manuals and Guides
Three film study guides and a manual in Greek to boost film literacy in schools by EKOME
The three Study Guides are part of the project “Film – A Language Without Borders”, co-funded by the Creative Europe MEDIA programme, in cooperation with, BFI, Vision Kino and the Danish Film Institute. The guides, classified by age, provide teachers with the opportunity to approach crucial contemporary social and political issues, such as migration, industrialization and globalization, as well as the eternal challenges of emotions, identity and growing up through the fascinating exploration of European film. The Guides, accompanied by a Manual, are free for for use of film analysis and media literacy activities in the classroom.
Understanding Media and Information Literacy (MIL) in the Digital Age A Question of Democracy
Edited by Ulla Carlsson
Published 2019 by the UNESCO Chair on Freedom of Expression, Media Development and Global Policy at University of Gothenburg in collaboration with Region Västra Götaland and the Swedish National Commission for UNESCO.
Aftόs o kósmos o mikrós o mégas!* vol.2 (This little big world vol 2)
Applied educational workshop for children of elementary schools of Sikinos, Ios & Santorini islands, Cyclades, Greece. The workshop was inspired by a verse of poetry Nobel prize laureate Odysseus Elytis (1911-1996)*. It was co-organised with the Culture Dept. of the Region of South Aegean with the support of local municipalities. Educators: Katerina Kremassioti, Thomas Kϋnstler
Diversity: Animation workshop for elementary school students
Applied educational workshop for children students at the Agios Nikolaos Elementary School (6. grade) of Chloraka, Pafos, Cyprus. The workshop was realised in collaboration with Kimonos Arts Centre, Pafos in the framework of the Animattikon project hosted by Pafos 2017 European Capital of Culture. Educator: Elena Pavlaki
You’ ve always got a second chance! The making of video
Making of video of the two-day mixed techniques animation workshop for members of KETHEA PAREMVASSI Rehabilitation Community Centre (Ε.Κ. ΚΕ.ΘΕ.Α. ΠΑΡΕΜΒΑΣΗ) that took place on 16-17 December 2017, in Rafina, Attica (GR) with the support of the Hellenic Minstry of Culture. Educators: Christina Depian, Ioannna Giakoumatou