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Screen Education (formerly Australian Screen Education Online and Metro Education) is the companion magazine to Metro. It is also a joint venture between the Australian Teachers of Media and the Australian Film Commission. Screen Education is written by primary and secondary teachers for primary and secondary teachers with the aim of providing information and practical guidelines on how to teach film as text and not only covers other media-related subjects, but also all curriculum areas, including science and mathematics. Screen Education acts as a guide for teachers and students, facilitating the use of technology in the classroom, and providing in-depth analysis of a range of media-related issues. It also provides a forum in which teachers can share their experiences with particular programmes, study guides, lesson plans, classroom activities, and so on. A 15% discount applies to combined subscriptions of Screen Education and Metro Online.
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Name of Publisher: Australian Teachers of Media Inc. (ATOM)
Place of Publication: St Kilda, Vic.
Resource Type: Journal
Publication Year: 2004-
Publication Frequency: Quarterly
Coverage: Issue 36 (Spring 2004) - onwards (Comprehensive)
Subject Covered: Recreational & performing arts (includes sport); Arts (General)
Copyright: © Australian Teachers of Media (ATOM)