NMIT film Cafe Chat, screens during London Paralympic Games
Café Chat, an NMIT-produced film, was selected to screen at London’s 2012 Liberty Festival as part of the Paralympic Games in September this year. Café Chat is an eight-minute claymation film entirely made by NMIT students. Two work education classes created the film, mentored by award-winning animator Anthony Lawrence.
VCAL students win team award
A team of VCAL students from the Youth Unit are the successful winners of the state-wide VCAL Team Achievement Award 2011 held on Thursday 10 May. The students were presented with a trophy from the Minister for Education Martin Dixon.
More Public Funding Needed To Raise Preschool Teaching Standards
NMIT's Head of Early Years Program, Dr Karina Davis has responded to recent media reports regarding a government-funded national study into the quality of early education entitled E4Kids. Dr Davis says the early childhood profession needs more support if it's to meet the requirements of new national quality standards which came into effect on 1 January. .
Oska Award NMIT Work Education Student Film Wins International Award
NMIT Work Education student film project ‘Cafe Chat’ won the 2011 Oska Bright Festival award for Most Original Film. The film created by NMIT students, touches on social relations and the difference between real, face-to-face conversations, as opposed to Internet ‘friendships’ and makes the point that sometimes we need to be a little brave to make new friends.
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