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Since its inception five years ago as a workshop-based program, AFI K Screen Education has provided teachers with hands-on experience in scriptwriting, storyboarding, and shooting and editing. Association News, Initiatives, Alerts. The American Film Institute, http: The program trains teachers to use filmmaking as a method to engage students in the learning process. This siteconnected to the screen education curriculum in Australia, is produced by the Australian Centre for The Moving Image.

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