In an effort to offer teachers a new teaching tool as part of the BC Hydro Schools Program which is both engaging and educational, the idea of producing up to two interactive video activities is being explored which would take students through a safety scenario in a 'choose your own adventure' format, similar to Netflix's recent release
Project Summary FortisBC hoped to supplement its Incident Command System (ICS) Level 100 training program with video in order to help clarify certain key course topics and to improve engagement. The organization was in the process of developing its own version of the training program to be delivered to staff in a series of blended […]
The Learning Modernization Project within the BC Ministry of Education required a series of videos to be produced in both English & French to support the new Graduation Numeracy Assessment.
Project Summary BC Hydro’s “Do-It-Yourself And Save” campaign is part of an effort to educate the public about simple ways save energy in the home. They saw an opportunity to use video to further engage people in that conversation. DIY videos may look simple, but they require a lot of planning and organization. This one […]
Project Summary The First Nations Health Authority (FNHA) was looking to provide an overview of the First Nations-led Primary Health Care Initiative (FNPCI) and to convey the initiative’s five foundational statements. The purpose of the FNPCI is to improve access to primary health care services, as well as the health and wellness of First Nations […]