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Opportunities in Production | Video Production: Behind the Scenes with the Pros

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KET producer/director Nick Helton describes all of the potential careers available in the production field.

Production Skills | Video Production: Behind the Scenes with the Pros

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KET staff photographer Steve Shaffer talks about skills one must possess in order to be successful in production.

Director Skills | Video Production: Behind the Scenes with the Pros

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KET producer/director Nick Helton discusses what skills are necessary to become a good director.

Producer Roles | Video Production: Behind the Scenes with the Pros

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KET producer Erin Lowry discusses the roles of a producer.

The Importance of Collaboration | Video Production: Behind the Scenes with the Pros

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KET technical director and editor Jim Piston talks about the importance of collaboration in a production.

No Bigger Than a Minute

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For forty years, four-foot-tall filmmaker Steven Delano has lived his life as a reluctant celebrity, disavowing his dwarf deviance and avoiding both the benefits and potential traumas of real self-discovery. In making this film Steven uses his license-of-stature and a healthy dose of irreverent humor to show first-hand how a genetic mutation marks a person for life. This resource group includes three clips associated with the film, as well as a related activity.

Pre-Production Research | Video Production: Behind the Scenes with the Pros

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KET administrative assistant and writer Anna Gordon talks about researching in pre-production for News Quiz.

Are Internet Trolls Born or Made? | Above the Noise

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Trolls are all over the internet, just annoying people to no end. What makes someone an internet troll? Are some people just destined to be a troll, or do they develop this ability? Believe it or not, but there have been numerous scientific studies surrounding this behavior. Explore the science behind trolling behavior in the latest Above the Noise video.

The Experience of Being Trolled | PBS Idea Channel

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In a very special episode, Mike rethinks his approach to hosting. Most of you have heard the phrase "Don't Feed the Trolls," but do trolls actually serve a purpose? Found in every place people converse online, their combative rhetoric can be annoying, even harmful. Can a valid argument be made for the value of trolls? 

Can Dungeons & Dragons Make You A Confident & Successful Person? | PBS Idea Channel

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There are some deeply ingrained stereotypes about Dungeons & Dragons, and those stereotypes usually begin and end with people called D&D fans nerds. But, the reality of the D&D universe is much more complex. Rather than being an escape from reality, D&D is actually a way to enhance some important real life skills. It's a chance to learn problem solving, visualization, interaction, organization, people management, and so on. Plus, there are some very famous non-nerds who have declared an affinity for D&D, so perhaps it is best to stop criticizing and join in if you want to be a successful at the game of life! Watch the episode and tell us what you think!

How to Promote Inclusion: Interview with Luticha Doucette

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Luticha Doucette discusses inclusion and personal interactions, explaining that using patience and courtesy can make everyone comfortable.  People with disabilities are no different than anyone else. Everyone needs some kind of accommodations. Be respectful & welcoming.

Visit the Move to Include collection for additional resources.

History of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) | Move to Include

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The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) was passed in 1990. The ADA has made a great impact in the lives of people with disabilities. The accommodations have increased inclusion and accessibility in the community and help everyone. At the Museum of disAbility History in Buffalo, New York we meet staff members Israel Cruz & Doug Platt to discuss the outcomes.

Visit the Move to Include collection for additional resources.

Inclusive Book Club | Move to Include

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The Arc of Monroe County provides an inclusive book club that meets weekly in public at a local book store. The group provides an opportunity for those with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities to read and discuss a book together as community members in a public setting. It enhances the quality of life and self-esteem of people in the program  with meaningful social development,  community participation and enrichment opportunities. It also helps to dispel stereotypes that others in the community may have about what people with disabilities can do. The Next Chapter Book Club is part of a worldwide network. Visit the Move to Include collection for additional resources.

Down Syndrome | Move to Include

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Learn about Down Syndrome from Mary Ann Schluier, a habilitator at CP Rochester. Next, hear from Patrick Hurley, an individual with Down Syndrome, and his family as they talk about their day to day lives, his activities, and skills to participate in numerous activities in the community. Visit the Move to Include collection for additional resources.

Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) | Move to Include

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ADHD affects 10% of school children. It impacts about twice as many boys as girls. There are 3 types of ADHD which helps health care providers and schools to pinpoint different ways to deal with the challenges students may run into and how to get help and resources. Everyone is unique and functions differently so being inclusive of all students is important. Visit the Move to Include Collection for more resources.

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