ABOUT THE COURSEThe Audio Video Technology Film course is designed to facilitate student-led projects under the guidance of the instructor. Students work cooperatively and independently in all phases of production. Skills USA, the Georgia Scholastic Press Association, Technology Student Association (TSA), and Student Television Network are examples of, but not limited to, appropriate organizations for providing leadership training and/or for reinforcing specific career and technical skills and may be considered an integral part of the instructional program.CLASS DESCRIPTIONSABOUT THE INSTRUCTORMs. S.Sanders is a graduate of University of Cincinnati’s College Conservatory of Music (B.F.A. Electronic Media) and Full Sail University’s Education Media Design and Technology Program (M. Ed.) is an Emmy Award winning certified instructor in Career and Technical Education specializing in multimedia development and broadcast video production. In addition to instructing students part time Ms.Sanders is the founder of an Atlanta based Media Group which provides multimedia, marketing, and branding services on a local and national level. Moreover, Ms.Sanders is the Multimedia Planner for WHB Consultants a New Jersey based Marketing Firm. Ms.Sanders television background which includes the WB (currently CW network), faith based television; Fox station sales, Univision, freelance projects, and a position as an assistant to a nationally syndicated radio personality give her students a rich education that her years of travel through media easily provide. The evidence lies in the work her students have produced. providing programming, both live and taped, for WGCL CBS 46 Atlanta, WXIA NBC 11 Atlanta, and a community access cable channel that provides programming to the residents of Clayton County Georgia.Ms.Sanders has won various awards, including an 2014 Emmy Honor and, the CBS Atlanta award for the best journalism program during her first year as a Broadcast Video instructor in Atlanta Georgia. One of her major accomplishments was contributing to the writing of the constitution and bylaws of the University of Cincinnati’s first internet radio station. Ms.Sanders was the second general manager of the station and the first female to hold the position. She has also been recommended for consideration to participate on the board that determines Career Technical and Agricultural education standards for Broadcast Video Production in Georgia. In addition, she was selected to produce video segments that reinforce how CTAE prepares students to be career, college, and work ready.