Program Type: Journalism
Grade Level: 9-12
Curriculum Modeled On: Palo Alto High School Journalism
Educator: Esther Wojcicki
Media Arts Institute (MAI) is a nonprofit educational organization whose mission is to inspire and educate digital learners and aspiring media professionals through its productions, curricula, workshops and forthcoming publications.
Media Arts Library (MAL) is one of the primary initiatives of the Institute. It produces behind-the-scenes documentaries profiling accomplished individuals in media. Programs are produced by advanced students, in partnership with Emerson College and the University of Oregon’s School of Journalism and Communication, and made available to high schools and colleges across the country for use in their media arts related curricula.
Program Type: Science
Grade Level: 6-8
They're crafting a digital platform with a compelling game-based narrative that utilizes real-world data and Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS) to deliver better learning outcomes. They're curriculum, woven through immersive 3D experiences, will inspire teachers and students to understand the intricate connections between Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math (STEAM) subjects and our changing planet.
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