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Clement Townsend

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Clement Townsend: Media Arts Help Students Inform, Inspire and Impact

Overthrowing Education

My guest on this episode is Clement Townsend who helps schools and teachers integrate media arts into their programs and lessons. In this time of media saturation, using media arts as a means for learning is even more important. Clement and I discuss how we can integrate media arts into all subjects. We also talk about how to help students tell stories, including their own, to inform, inspire and impact the world around them. At the end of the interview, I subjected Clement to one of the hardest The 5-Minute Game Shows ever. And he did well! I want to thank my special guest Clement and the people that helped on my fauxmercial – Yossie Frankel and William Mealey from The Unprofessional Development podcast and his awesome wife Lindy. By the way, look for an upcoming episode of Overthrowing Education with Mealey and his podcast partner, Christopher Tudisco. Important links for Clement: linkedin.com/in/clement-townsend Broadcast Career Mentor videojournalismpro.com (Company Website) broadcastingcareermentor@gmail.com Twitter: @ClementTV_


9 Aug 2021

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Video as a Basic Literacy - A Convo with Clement Townsend - The #InnovatorsMindset Podcast S2 EP27

The Innovator's Mindset Podcast

What is literacy in 2021? Clement Townsend answers this opening question asked by George Couros and shares more about what he is doing with media - specifically video - and how that embodies some of the ideas shared in The Innovator’s Mindset and Innovate Inside the Box. Townsend shares some amazing ways to integrate skills and concepts into the classroom and, more specifically, into media, video creation, and editing. “We can change the way that we teach students basic skills (in a way) that is more relevant and relatable but also has benefits that they can utilize in their everyday life.” Townsend shares some amazing ways to make sure that integrating video is not just an add-on but truly integrated into the classroom curriculum in ways that are meaningful to the learners. Links:George Couros Blog (Innovation and Vinyl Records) - https://georgecouros.ca/blog/archives/13116 Video Journalism Pro - https://www.videojournalismpro.com/Clement Townsend Twitter - https://twitter.com/ClementTV_?s=20 Clement Townsend Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/ctownsendtv/?hl=en Clement Townsend Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/CTownsendTVPlease share your thoughts with us on Twitter or Instagram at #InnovatorsMindset. More at georgecouros.ca George Couros on Twitter: https://twitter.com/gcouros George Couros on Instagram: https://instagram.com/gcouros George Couros on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/georgecourosauthor/ George Couros on LinkedIn: https://ca.linkedin.com/in/george-couros-a5146519 For the full audio podcast: https://linktr.ee/gcouros The Innovator's Mindset:https://www.amazon.com/Innovators-Mindset-Empower-Learning-Creativity/dp/0986155497/ref=zg_bs_69830_7?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1&refRID=ARY8KZTA242NVFMHF9X0 Innovate Inside the Box: https://www.amazon.com/Innovate-Inside-Box-Empowering-Innovators/dp/1948334127/ref=zg_bs_69830_12?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1&refRID=75E0ZS6R2J330FAM9Y0AMusic from Bensound - http://bensound.com/


4 Jul 2021

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264: Clement Townsend chats with us about how he is helping educators and students improve their skills by integrating video creation into everyday instruction

Teach Better Talk

Clement Townsend chats with us about how he is helping educators and students improve their skills by integrating video creation into everyday instruction  More at www.teachbetter.com/podcast/clementtownsend Clement's Recommendations EdTech Tool: WeVideo.com Books: Grace Over Grind: How Grace Will Take Your Business Where Grinding Can't by Shae Bynes Who do we need to follow on Twitter or Instagram Today? Ken Shelton (Twitter) John Spencer (Twitter) What's A Good YouTube Channel, Podcast or Website for Educators? Innovator's Mindset by George Couros Daily, Weekly, or Monthly routine every teacher should get into? Weekly Unplugging Best piece of advice you’ve ever received? Life is 10% what happens to you and 90% how you react to it. Links to Connect With Clement: Website or Blog: www.videojournalismpro.com Twitter: @ClementTV_ Facebook: CTownsendTV LinkedIn: Clement Townsend --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/teach-better-talk/message


10 May 2021

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Integrating Media and Video Journalism into the Classroom w Clement Townsend

GotTechED the Podcast

GotTechED the PodcastEpisode #84: Integrating Media and Video Journalism into the ClassroomIf you are a new listener to GotTechED the Podcast, we would love to hear from you.  Please visit our Contact Page and let us know how we can help you today!Welcome back to GotTechED the Podcast, This is episode 84 called Integrating Media and Video Journalism into the Classroom.  In this Episode we will be sitting down with Clement Townsend to talk about ways that educators can use edtech to master storytelling with videos like a pro.Segment 1: The GotTechED Hotseat and who is Clement Townsend?What is your most memorable education experience? Name a teacher or educator that impacted you the most? What is your most interesting moment from sports broadcasting? What are 3 edtech tools, apps, programs that you use in your everyday life?cuepromptor.comWhat is your favorite quote?What is your best kept secret? Segment 2: How to Incorporate Video-Journalism into the ClassroomTransferable SkillsHow to create real-world experiences for your studentsRecommended Edtech Tools that work on Chromebooks and other Tech DevicesOther Video-Journalism Resourceshttps://www.videojournalismpro.com/Segment 3: Where to Find Clement TownsendOn Twitter @clementTV_On LinkedIn @clementtownsendOn their website at https://www.videojournalismpro.com/Segment 4: Where to Find GotTechEDGuise: Do us 3 favorsSubscribe to GotTechED the PodcastApple PodcastsSpotifyGoogle PodcastsStitcherYouTubeTwitterFacebookWrite us an Apple Podcast Review!Tell your friends about www.gotteched.comMusic Credits:The Degs: Shotgun http://freemusicarchive.org/music/The_Degs/@bensounds https://www.bensound.com/Subscribe to our PodcastApple PodcastsSpotifyGoogle PodcastsStitcherYouTubeTwitterFacebookConnect with us on Social MediaGuise on Twitter @guisegottechedNick on Twitter @nickgottechedGotTechED the Podcast on Twitter @wegottechedJoin the Conversation and our PLNOur favorite part of recording a live podcast each week is participating in the great conversations that happen on our Facebook Group Page.   Need a Presenter?As experienced presenters and content creators, you can contact Nick and Guise to speak at your school, event, or conference. They can customize a workshop that meets your organization’s unique time and content needs. While no topic is out of bounds, GotTechED is best known for sessions on:1:1 Chromebook IntegrationEdTech ThrowdownTargetED LearningGamification (Badge Systems)Game-Based Learning (Escape Rooms, Amazing Race, and more)Google apps and extensionsPersonalized learning and Choice BoardsTeacher productivity (Lesson Planning, Online Grading. and Feedback)Digital content creationStudent PodcastingScreencastingFlipped ClassroomStudent-Centered Learning


26 Apr 2021

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Ep.055 -- Clement Townsend -- Helping Students Tell Their Stories through Video Production

ClassCast Podcast

ClassCast Podcast Ep.055 features Clement Townsend, the owner/operator of Broadcasting Career Mentor and VideoJournalismPro.com. Clement shares his views on improving education through project-based learning (PBL), particularly in regard to teaching students how to plan, write, record, and edit video projects that amplify their voices, build foundational academic skills, and prepare them for 21st century jobs. Prior to launching his own education company, Clement Townsend was a popular and successful sports journalist who broadcast in Texas, Alabama, Virginia, and Chicago, Illinois. Clement covered the Super Bowl, NBA All-Star Game, and several NCAA football national championship games. Now, he dedicates himself to empowering young people by teaching them the skills he's learned, by making their learning authentic and applicable, and by improving education through innovation and industry-expertise. Clement's enthusiasm is infectious, and if you have interests in PBL, media, or transitioning students from media consumers to media producers, this episode is for you. The ClassCast Podcast streams on all major services plus YouTube and at www.ClassCastPodcast.com. Contact host Ryan Tibbens via website comment/contact forms. Contact Clement Townsend at www.videojournalismpro.com, on LinkedIn, on Facebook, on Instagram, and on Twitter. Check out the table of contents below; highlights are marked with an asterisk (*). Table of Contents0:00-12:53 -- Intro to Clement Townsend & His Educational Journey12:53-23:04 -- Launching Broadcasting Career Mentor & Video Journalism Pro*23:04-37:46 -- Serving the Youth: Modern "Essays," Media Education, & More**37:46-44:26 -- Opportunities for Collaboration & Quick Practice44:26-50:43 -- Pandemic Pivots: Teaching Media Production Online50:43-56:04 -- Clement's Ideal School*56:04-1:00:37 -- Music, Art... Why Not Media?: Expanding Media Production in Schools*1:00:37-1:05:32 -- Clement's Book Recs & Final Wrap-UpSupport the show (http://paypal.me/TibbensEST)

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7 Feb 2021

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Moving Towards Equity in Media with Clement Townsend

Teaching by Reaching: Empowering Classroom Superheroes

Clement Townsend is a former journalist who spent 17 years on TV. He is the creator of Video Journalism Pro, a supplemental online program that teachers can seamlessly integrate into their current curriculum.   This online program offers a project based learning approach that engages students and teaches them valuable skills they can use in any profession such as writing, speaking, and critical thinking skills.  The program also helps students develop their creativity so they can thrive in the 21st century. The online program contains 4 modules and walks students step by step through the storytelling process while teaching the technical skills of media, including shooting video and editing. Upon completion students will have demonstrated their ability to create and present information in a compelling way.  Students will have a tangible video story that can be posted on the internet to impact the school, parents, the community and even the world. This is a great fit to integrate with the core curriculum in the classroom, a media club or afterschool program.And now, you can go to www.videojournalismpro.com and enter Coupon Code: PressingOnward10 for 10% off!


5 Feb 2021

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Black and Brown Youth and the Media: Interview with Clement Townsend

Black, Brown & Bilingüe

Join Lissette and Maurice as they interview Clement Townsend in this encore episode. Clement Townsend spent 17 years on television as a sports journalist covering the Super Bowl, the NBA All-Star game, the CFB national championship and much more. This is why he so passionate about the media. He has spent the last two years working as a consultant in various schools around Chicago teaching a media program. He has trained 500+ students and has seen some amazing results.


30 Jan 2021

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What’s Your Why? Digital Media Storytelling with Clement Townsend

Let's K12 Better

How are you going to pursue your passion this year?We are celebrating the start of season 2 of the Let’s K12 Better podcast all month with the What’s Your Why -a series on exploring motivation and the imperfect journey to your authentic self. We hope you join us on January 27th for a LIVE show community discussion on Facebook, YouTube, and Twitter on finding our authentic self.“Everyone has a recording device in their pocket” so why wait for the media to tell your story? In this episode, we sit down with Clement Townsend, former sports journalist, author of “How to Become a Broadcasting Star” and the founder of Broadcasting Career Mentor (BCM) who shares with us why each of us can and should be storytellers.Learn more about Clement’s work:www.videojournalismpro.comConnect with Clement on social media:LinkedIn: Clement TownsendFacebook: CTownsendTVInstagram: CTownsendTVTwitter: ClementTV_Subscribe to our monthly newsletter: https://bit.ly/LetsK12BetterNewsletter!*Love our podcast? Rate. Review. Share!Support the show


27 Jan 2021

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Episode 34: Clement Townsend Thinks Differently about Youth Media

Think Differently

17 years in broadcast media telling stories for the likes of Beyonce, LeBron, and Nick Saban and a passion for equipping youth to tell their stories led Clement Townsend to create Video Journalism Pro, an online video journalism program for teens! This episode is filled with a story of a man learning work ethic and service to others from his parents (both Chicago Public School teachers) whose desire to tell stories took him from Chicago to Texas and all across the country and back to Chicago to be reunited with his parents 1 week before his mothers untimely passing.  Clement has found a way to blend his passion and proficiency to align his life's purpose'; helping youth tell their stories! SHOW NOTES https://www.videojournalismpro.com/ Clement's Linkedin Profile


9 Dec 2020

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MINI MEET A RESOURCE: Clement Townsend of Video Journalism Pro

Lesson: Impossible - An Exploration of Educational Innovation

Your lesson, should you choose to accept it, is to consider a new resource: Video Journalism Pro, an online mentoring program that allows students to develop, produce and distribute their own stories.  The resource specialist assigned to help you with this task is Clement Townsend, founder of Broadcasting Career Mentor. In our conversation, Clement discusses: 1️⃣ Building a media program, and school brand, with technology students already have access to 2️⃣ The impact of having an expert with professional experience share his perspective and strategies 3️⃣ Learning important skills: speaking, writing, creativity, media literacy, research Click here for more details about our conversation, links mentioned in the episode, and information about the podcast.


26 Nov 2020