Education Production Gallery

Mar 6, 2015 The annual Lesley University June Fox Lecture presents educator and researcher Daniel Losen, a Lesley alumnus (’87). He is director of the Center for Civil Rights Remedies of the Civil Rights Project at UCLA. His work concerns the impact of law and policy on children of color and language minority students, and he has found in his research that a growing number of schools are exploring less... more
Mar 6, 2015 Join Lesley University for a panel discussion as part of the weeklong Creativity Forum featuring renowned guest speakers who underscore the important role of creativity across all disciplines. The Channeling Creativity panel, moderated by WGBH and Public Radio International host Kara Miller, features award-winning Cambridge-based visual artist Mags Harries, who has completed over 30 major public... more
Mar 5, 2015 Educator Pedro Noguera kicks off Lesley University’s weeklong Creativity Forum, which features renowned guest speakers such as choreographer Twyla Tharp, psychologist Daniel Goleman and astronaut Mae Jemison. Dr. Noguera, an NYU professor and award-winning author and activist, directs the Metropolitan Center for Research on Equity and the Transformation of Schools. His work focuses on the ways in... more
Mar 5, 2015 Looking for some things to do that are free and open to the public? These are some of the interesting events being hosted by the colleges in the Cambridge area that anyone can go to. HARVARD LECTURE: Mapping the Universe Thursday, March 19 at 7:30pm in the Phillips Auditorium 60 Garden St. Cambridge, Daniel Einstein will explain in a public lecture how groupings of galaxies formed and how... more
Mar 4, 2015 This week at Lesley University, the new Lunder Arts center officially opened. Classes on Monday were held inside the new building and all seems to be going well. The new building which is located near University Hall, or the Shops at Porter Square building, on Massachusetts Avenue has incorporated both old and new architecture and since being built has added a new breath of life into the area.... more
Mar 3, 2015 Robert Putnam, author of, ‘Bowling Alone: The Collapse and Revival of American Community’ and Malkin Professor of Public Policy at Harvard University, spoke last night at Lesley University to discuss the domestic challenge facing us today: “a growing gap between rich kids and poor kids.” Putnam, a political scientist, emphasized the growing disparity between the have and the have nots, and made a... more
Feb 27, 2015 Come to this evening sign--up if you want to improve your English. Walk-ins welcome. more
Feb 27, 2015 Come to this morning sign-up if you want to improve your English. Walk-ins welcome. more
Feb 27, 2015 This orientation is for adults interested in becoming a morning student to improve your reading, writing and Mathematics skills. These classes will also prepare you to take the HiSET exam tests, formerly called GED. Call 617.394.6363 to reserve your seat for orientation. more
Feb 27, 2015 This orientation is for adults interested in becoming an evening student to improve your reading, writing and Mathematics skills. These classes will also prepare you to take the HiSET exam tests, formerly called GED. Call 617.394.6363 to reserve your seat for orientation. more
Feb 24, 2015 In this class you’ll learn tips for safeguarding your privacy online. We’ll discuss password best practices and how to navigate privacy settings on popular sites. We’ll also explore the ways companies track you online and how to limit data collected about you Instructor: Molly Akin Dates: Friday, 03/20/2015, 1PM - 3PM All regular classes have two rates: one for Access Members and one for non-... more
Feb 17, 2015 Ever wanted to learn how to take a story and adapt it to the screen? In this class we will go over storyboarding and how to organize, plan, and prepare to film your very own stories! Creating storyboards will help you and others on your crew visualize for the screen and fully develop your stories.Instructor: Brad Glanden Date: Sun, 02/22/2014, 6:00PM - 9:00PM All regular classes have two rates:... more
Feb 13, 2015 The inaugural Paul A. Fideler Lecturer is Robert Putnam, the Peter and Isabel Malkin Professor of Public Policy at the Harvard John F. Kennedy School. The London Sunday Times has called Professor Putnam the "most influential academic in the world today." His topic and the title of his book is Our Kids: The American Dream in Crisis. Professor Putnam is the author of Bowling Alone (2000) and... more
Feb 5, 2015 CCTV offers a variety of training programs that offer computer training to people over 50. Each week on Monday from 1 pm- 3 pm, CCTV hosts Computers for People Over 50, which provides computer training and support from patient and knowledgeable volunteers. This program is designed to meet the needs and interests of each participant. People with varying levels of computer experience are welcome... more
Feb 3, 2015 With the right creative elements, a music video can be much more than just a promotional work. It can add layers to a song, interpret it visually, or structure an entire story around it. In this class, we will examine the various forms that a music video may take. Then students will plan, produce, and edit their own music videos, working either alone or in groups. Music may be selected from a... more
Jan 19, 2015 If you’ve always wanted to write a television show or short film but haven’t known where to start, this workshop will give you the necessary tools to begin writing for the screen. This is a highly interactive class where you will learn about the formatting and structure of screenwriting. Topics covered include formula, character development, plotting, narrative arch, and the most important... more
Jan 14, 2015 If you’ve ever been a student at the Cambridge Center, you might know Selma Bromberg, our long-time printmaking teacher, who has been working with burgeoning artists for nearly 40 years. To get better aquainted with Selma and her work, she and I met at the Vogt Studio located in the Blacksmith House, over tea and macaroons. Within minutes she had stretched out work and materials from her classes... more
Jan 8, 2015 This class covers the basic functions of CCTV’s professional camcorders, including the JVC GYHM150U HD camera and the Panasonic DVX100B SD camera. Learn basic safety and handling procedures through hands-on practice with these camcorders. This class certifies Access Members to check out CCTV camcorders - it is required to check out CCTV cameras. Instructor: Jon Dorn Date: Thu, 01/08/2015, 6:00PM... more
Jan 5, 2015 On December 29, 2014, Jan Devereux, Director of External Relations for the Community Charter School of Cambridge, and student Christy Felix, appeared on "Not for Nothin'" at CCTV. more
Dec 31, 2014 "Goodbye, Mr. Smith" by Susan ChasenForty years after the tragic death of a beloved high school music teacher, the filmmaker revisits the mysteries surrounding the case. Some questions are answered, but others grow deeper. "Goodbye, Mr. Smith" was created in CCTV's Digital Storytelling class, taught in 2014 by Brad Glanden. Learn the skills to make amazing videos like Susan's in CCTV's classes... more
Dec 26, 2014 This class is for those who already have a gmail account, know how to send emails, and want to learn about all the features gmail offers. This class will go into file management by learning how to create various folders and contact lists. You will also learn about email filters, vacation responders, creating a signature, and how to use gmail in your native language. Instructor: Beth Luchner... more