Videomuseums - recording traces of our subjective culture.

Audiovisual Education for young people

This is a book of the Videomuseums Project & Partnership 2010-2012. The project was realised as a Comenius-Regio programme (2010-2012) by the Directorate of Secondary Education of Eastern Attica in Greece and the Directorate of  Education in Frankfurt in Germany with the collaboration of the Karpos – Centre for Education and Intercultural Communication, the Hellenic Theatre/Drama & Education Network, the School Theatre Studio in Frankfurt and the Media Project Centre – Open Channels – MOK Offenbach/Frankfurt.


Book reference:

Videomuseums – recording traces of our subjective culture. Audiovisual Education for young people

Edited by Nikos Govas

Published by Directorate of Secondary Education of Eastern Attica, Greece, Athens June 2012

ISBN 978-960-86680-6-5


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Cover page


Book's ID and Contents


Preface by Nikos Govas


Part A: Videomuseums: the project & the partnership

Youth Videomuseums of a community: the background of a project

Menis Theodoridis


Videomuseums 2010-2012: a partnership between two European educational regions

Nikos Govas


The filmmakers’ view on the Videomuseums project

Students’ documentaristic glances through the Videomuseums project

Maria Leonida


A filmmaker in the classroom

George Didimiotis


Training teachers in the Videomuseums project: analysing film for teachers, educationalists and their students

Sabine Westerhoff-Schroer


From process to product – working with media on subjective cultures of the Youth

Sabine Westerhoff-Schroer, Annika Lorz


The teachers’ perspective on the creation of the Videomuseums

Exploring the frame of our lives

Evangelia Georgaki, Mary Kaldi, Evangelia Kyrmizaki


Recording traces of reality

Mary Kaldi


Searching for identity

Effie Laskary, Jenny Stavrianou


Evaluation aspects of the Videomuseums project 2010-2012

Evaluation elements of the Videomuseums project in Eastern Attica, Greece


Eleni Kritikou, Menis Theodoridis, Irene Dimaki


Institutional structures and moving projects. Thoughts on the sustainable outcomes of the Videomuseums Project in Frankfurt, Germany

Joachim Reiss


Part B. Issues on Audiovisual Education

Audiovisual Education – pathways & dead-ends: Audiovisual Expression Curriculum

Menis Theodoridis


Social media and media education during initial teacher training

Evangelia Kourti


Digital video production and learner identity

John Potter


School of images: theatre and new media

Matthias Warstat


Transiting between medial and real worlds

Karl-A.S. Meyer


4.48 Psychosis

Thomas Bürger, Lotta Auerswald