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Cary McQueen's presentation at the Association of California School Administrators conference on May 6, 2017

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2017 acsa region 7 presentation

  1. 1. Creative Projects, Holistic Outcomes Using short film in the classroom to promote mental wellness Cary McQueen Art With Impact May 6, 2017
  2. 2. Introductions Why did you come? Who's here today? Hi, I’m Cary
  3. 3. Why we’re here
  4. 4. Art With Impact Mission: To promotes mental wellness by creating space for young people to learn and connect through art and media. Interactive Workshops OLIVE Short Film Collection Strategic Collaboration
  5. 5. Current Climate • AB 2246 requires suicide prevention and mental health support for all California students in grades 7-12 • Our students face live in a world very unlike the one we grew up in • Mental health is complex and personal
  6. 6. Key Premises • Prevention and Early Intervention (PEI) of mental illness results in better long-term outcomes • PEI support can take many forms • Internalized stigma is a significant barrier to support-seeking behavior
  7. 7. To Address Internalized Stigma Our tools must: • Allow answers to arise from within • Be relatable • Demonstrate range and diversity • Make resources accessible • Build community
  8. 8. Why art works for PEI and Stigma Reduction Art is inquisitive, non-linear, personal Leading by art: extends respect and autonomy for each person to discover their own path to wellness
  9. 9. Why filmmaking is a particularly effective teaching tool for high school students • Very different safety levels in the two environments • Approach combines MH education with skills they actually want to learn • Takes student view points seriously without exposing individual issues • Allows for “play” • Encourages peer-to-peer learning in a “real world” group learning experience Art With Impact’s transition from college to high school taught us:
  10. 10. Films With Impact Workshop Format Mental Health Education Filmmaking Film Festival
  11. 11. Before the Workshop • Consultations with the schools – content review – scheduling – teacher / supervisor orientation • Interest survey – mental health and filmmaking • Pre-workshop attitude survey (for outcomes measurement)
  12. 12. Part 1: Mental Health Education Top 9 Diagnoses for HS students + suicidality Depression ADD Anxiety PTSD OCD Eating Disorders Bipolar Disorder Schizophrenia Substance Abuse and Addiction Suicidality
  13. 13. Part 1: Mental Health Education • Framing the discussion • Defining terms • Learning about diagnoses
  14. 14. What are some movies that show mental illness? • The Shining, • Split • Manchester by the Sea • Rain Man • One Flew over the Cukoo’s Nest • Forrest Gump • Mummy • Shutter Island • Primal Fear • A Beautiful Mind,
  15. 15. How are people with MI portrayed? •Weak •Broken •Dangerous •Crazy •Slow •Out-of-place •Unpredictable •Lost •Dumb •Attention-seeking •Alone
  16. 16. How does stigma feel? • Bad • Dehumanizing • Categorized • Judged • Disrespected • Rejected • Misunderstood • Discriminated • Demeaning
  17. 17. Why don’t people get help? • Stubborn • Fear of judgment • Can’t admit to themselves • Sham • Avoidance • Embarrased • Don’t know you have a M.I. • Pride • Just don’t want help • Dishonorable • Scared it might be worse than you think • Don’t know how to get help, help unavailable • Fear of dependency • Denial • Don’t want to be labeled • Think you can do it yourself
  18. 18. Learning about Diagnoses Top 9 Diagnoses for HS students + suicidality Depression ADD Anxiety PTSD OCD Eating Disorders Bipolar Disorder Schizophrenia Substance Abuse and Addiction Suicidality
  19. 19. In groups of 3 1. What is something about this diagnosis that you’ve seen in the media (movies, tv shows, the news, etc.)? 1. What is something about this diagnosis that you’ve never seen in the media? 1. How do you think living with this diagnosis looks different or the same across different races, genders, cultures, sexual orientations, socioeconomic statuses, or any other identities?
  20. 20. What *isn’t* mental illness? Your Fault A Lack of Character Hopeless Weakness
  21. 21. Part 2: Filmmaking
  22. 22. YOUR MISSION Produce (write, film, act in, edit) a one-minute film about mental health
  23. 23. Roles • Writer • Director • Director of Photography • Actor • Editor
  24. 24. Techniques for Filmmaking • Red Herring • Voice Over • Flashback or Flashforward • Foreshadowing • Image or metaphor • Mixed media / other art forms
  25. 25. Part 3: Film Festival
  26. 26. A few films from this academic year • A Life Unseen • Alone in a Crowd • The Truth Behind the Eyes
  27. 27. Student Feedback In 2015/16 academic year: • 55% of students reported increased intent to seek support for their well-being • 77% of students reported that the workshop reduced stigma related to mental illness • 90% of students felt that the workshop created awareness of mental health issues
  28. 28. • “That I’m not the only one going through this.” • “Lots of people have a mental illness.” • “Details about each mental illness and the difference between what media portrays vs. what actually is.” • “That everyone is going through problems and most of the time you can’t see it.” • “To help others if you notice anything” • “There’s a lot of help around everywhere.” • “Always Seek Support” • “How it feels to live with a mental illness.” • “I learned that we must break the stigma as the media doesn’t portray it all.” • “The idea of mental wellness.” We asked: What is the Main Thing You Learned?
  29. 29. • “A great learning experience.” • “An amazing experience” • “A fun and interactive way of talking about mental health” • “A way to raise awareness through creative use of filmmaking” • “If you wanna be a director, this will help.” • “An icicle of emotion is thrust into your heart leaving you to bleed as it shoves knowledge down your throat. And you’ll enjoy it.” We asked: How would you describe this to a friend?
  30. 30. What did they learn? Outcomes Measurement • Filmmaking skills / knowledge • Media Literacy • Stigma reduction • Mental health literacy • Support-seeking indicators
  31. 31. Filmmaking • I can name at least four distinct jobs / roles that are required to create a new film. • I can name at least four distinct filmmaking techniques that filmmakers use to tell their stories.
  32. 32. Media Literacy •I know of at least three specific questions I can ask about a film to try to understand the filmmaker's motivation and goals in making their film. •I know of specific ways that the arts and creativity can raise awareness around mental health issues
  33. 33. Stigma reduction • I have an understanding of what it might be like to live with a mental illness. • I can explain what stigma is, and how it relates to mental health.
  34. 34. Mental health literacy • I know how to look for and identify signs that I or someone else might need mental health support. • I can name and describe at least five different mental health diagnoses.
  35. 35. Support-seeking indicators • I know of at least three specific mental health resources (or places I can go for support - in person, online or over the phone) that are available to me. • I am likely to reach out for support for my mental health if / when I need it.
  36. 36. Student Outcomes Lincoln N=46/58 Trafalgar N=17/30 Selwyn N=20/60 I can name at least four distinct jobs / roles that are required to create a new film 2.86  4.05 =  42% (P=0.00036) 4.23  4.71 =  11% (P=0.0282) 4.25  4.7 =  11% (P=0.0352) I can name at least four distinct filmmaking techniques that filmmakers use to tell their stories. 2.27  3.55 =  56% (P=0.00009) 2.79  4.35 =  56% (P=0.0000) 2.85  4.35 =  46% (P=0.0016) I know of at least three specific questions I can ask about a film to try to understand the filmmaker's motivation and goals in making their film. 3  3.73 =  24% (P=0.029) 3.29  4.35 =  32% (P=0.0002) 3.25  5.35 =  34% (P=0.0005) I know of specific ways that the arts and creativity can raise awareness around mental health issues. 3.27  3.95 =  21% (P=0.0091) 3.59  4.71 =  31% (P=0.0002) 3.5  4.2 =  20% (P=.0094) I have an understanding of what it might be like to live with a mental illness. 2.42  4.05 =  65% (P=0.000014) 3.76  4.59 =  22% (P=0.0042) 3.4  3.95 =  16% (P=.0469) I can explain what stigma is, and how it relates to mental health. 1.77  3.18 =  80% (P=0.000024) 4  4.47=  12% (P=0.1249) 3.3  4.2 =  27% (P=0.0218) I know how to look for and identify signs that I or someone else might need mental health support. 2.82  3.91 =  39% (P=0.0004) 3.71  4.18 =  13% (P=0.1078) 3.7  4.0 =  8% (P=0.1503) I can name and describe at least five different mental health diagnoses. 2.64  4.27 =  62% (P=0.0000023) 3.76  4.35 =  28% (P=0.0002) 3.6  4.45 =  24% (P=0.0023) I know of at least three specific mental health resources (or places I can go for support - in person, online or over the phone) that are available to me. 2.77  4.14=  49% (P=0.00089) 3.24  4.35 =  34% (P=0.0015) 3.35  3.9=  16% (P=0.0928) I am likely to reach out for support for my mental health if / when I need it. 3.36  3.73 =  11% (P=0.067) 3.59  4.12 =  15% (P=0.0119) 3.35  4.2 =  25% (P=0.0037)
  37. 37. Student Outcomes – Most Change Lincoln N=46/58 Trafalgar N=17/30 Selwyn N=20/60 I can name at least four distinct jobs / roles that are required to create a new film 2.86  4.05 =  42% (P=0.00036) 4.23  4.71 =  11% (P=0.0282) 4.25  4.7 =  11% (P=0.0352) I can name at least four distinct filmmaking techniques that filmmakers use to tell their stories. 2.27  3.55 =  56% (P=0.00009) 2.79  4.35 =  56% (P=0.0000) 2.85  4.35 =  46% (P=0.0016) I know of at least three specific questions I can ask about a film to try to understand the filmmaker's motivation and goals in making their film. 3  3.73 =  24% (P=0.029) 3.29  4.35 =  32% (P=0.0002) 3.25  5.35 =  34% (P=0.0005) I know of specific ways that the arts and creativity can raise awareness around mental health issues. 3.27  3.95 =  21% (P=0.0091) 3.59  4.71 =  31% (P=0.0002) 3.5  4.2 =  20% (P=.0094) I have an understanding of what it might be like to live with a mental illness. 2.42  4.05 =  65% (P=0.000014) 3.76  4.59 =  22% (P=0.0042) 3.4  3.95 =  16% (P=.0469) I can explain what stigma is, and how it relates to mental health. 1.77  3.18 =  80% (P=0.000024) 4  4.47=  12% (P=0.1249) 3.3  4.2 =  27% (P=0.0218) I know how to look for and identify signs that I or someone else might need mental health support. 2.82  3.91 =  39% (P=0.0004) 3.71  4.18 =  13% (P=0.1078) 3.7  4.0 =  8% (P=0.1503) I can name and describe at least five different mental health diagnoses. 2.64  4.27 =  62% (P=0.0000023) 3.76  4.35 =  28% (P=0.0002) 3.6  4.45 =  24% (P=0.0023) I know of at least three specific mental health resources (or places I can go for support - in person, online or over the phone) that are available to me. 2.77  4.14=  49% (P=0.00089) 3.24  4.35 =  34% (P=0.0015) 3.35  3.9=  16% (P=0.0928) I am likely to reach out for support for my mental health if / when I need it. 3.36  3.73 =  11% (P=0.067) 3.59  4.12 =  15% (P=0.0119) 3.35  4.2 =  25% (P=0.0037)
  38. 38. Student Outcomes – Least Change Lincoln N=46/58 Trafalgar N=17/30 Selwyn N=20/60 I can name at least four distinct jobs / roles that are required to create a new film 2.86  4.05 =  42% (P=0.00036) 4.23  4.71 =  11% (P=0.0282) 4.25  4.7 =  11% (P=0.0352) I can name at least four distinct filmmaking techniques that filmmakers use to tell their stories. 2.27  3.55 =  56% (P=0.00009) 2.79  4.35 =  56% (P=0.0000) 2.85  4.35 =  46% (P=0.0016) I know of at least three specific questions I can ask about a film to try to understand the filmmaker's motivation and goals in making their film. 3  3.73 =  24% (P=0.029) 3.29  4.35 =  32% (P=0.0002) 3.25  5.35 =  34% (P=0.0005) I know of specific ways that the arts and creativity can raise awareness around mental health issues. 3.27  3.95 =  21% (P=0.0091) 3.59  4.71 =  31% (P=0.0002) 3.5  4.2 =  20% (P=.0094) I have an understanding of what it might be like to live with a mental illness. 2.42  4.05 =  65% (P=0.000014) 3.76  4.59 =  22% (P=0.0042) 3.4  3.95 =  16% (P=.0469) I can explain what stigma is, and how it relates to mental health. 1.77  3.18 =  80% (P=0.000024) 4  4.47=  12% (P=0.1249) 3.3  4.2 =  27% (P=0.0218) I know how to look for and identify signs that I or someone else might need mental health support. 2.82  3.91 =  39% (P=0.0004) 3.71  4.18 =  13% (P=0.1078) 3.7  4.0 =  8% (P=0.1503) I can name and describe at least five different mental health diagnoses. 2.64  4.27 =  62% (P=0.0000023) 3.76  4.35 =  28% (P=0.0002) 3.6  4.45 =  24% (P=0.0023) I know of at least three specific mental health resources (or places I can go for support - in person, online or over the phone) that are available to me. 2.77  4.14=  49% (P=0.00089) 3.24  4.35 =  34% (P=0.0015) 3.35  3.9=  16% (P=0.0928) I am likely to reach out for support for my mental health if / when I need it. 3.36  3.73 =  11% (P=0.067) 3.59  4.12 =  15% (P=0.0119) 3.35  4.2 =  25% (P=0.0037)
  39. 39. Student Outcomes • All workshops show increases in measured outcomes • Different schools have different areas where the most and least change happens • Specific outcomes inform recommendations for further learning
  40. 40. …if we have time… bonus videos • More Than a Mental Illness • Tangles • Mia’s Story
  41. 41. Questions? cary@artwithimpact.org | www.artwithimpact.org

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