Rhys Daunic has developed and implemented curricula, and project-based learning with educators and students — from elementary to graduate level — throughout the country and abroad. Throughout his career, he has specialized in applying media literacy concepts to the co-production of films with educators and organizations which through the promote self-reflection through the process of articulating their objectives and best practices. Rhys has taught graduate-level media literacy courses at Columbia University Teachers College, and is a member of the faculty at Salzburg Academy on Media and Global Change. For the past 13 years, he has facilitated documentary video productions with intergenerational campers at The Generation Connection, a non-profit summer camp focusing on media literacy and the environment, which he helped create with his parents. Rhys served on the Executive Board of the National Association for Media Literacy Education (NAMLE) from 2009-2015, and was on the inaugural editorial board of the Journal of Media Literacy Education. Follow Rhys @themediaspot, and view news, notes, tools and projects at themediaspot.org.