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Education & Training

It's All About Teaching: Creating Educational Tools that Deliver

Video, CD-ROM's and DVD's can be extremely effective teaching tools, and Evolution Media is a national leader in the production of educational and training video and multimedia programming. We create the highest quality educational programs for both professional education and for the general public. Whether you need to make an appeal, educate the public or train your staff, Evolution Media will create the most effective tools to accomplish your mission.

Recent productions include:

Listen To The Children: Divorce Education for Parents

Listen To The Children: Divorce Education for Parents

The most widely used divorce education video program in North America, Listen To The Children is currently being used in 43 states, three Canadian provinces and even Australia by court districts administering divorce education programs. This 50-minute video was also a finalist in the prestigious International Health and Medical Film Festival, and is currently in international syndication.

Our video series for "The P.E.A.C.E. Program," a national divorce education curriculum developed by Hofstra University in Hempstead, New York and funded by the Department of Justice, is being distributed nationally by the American Bar Association and won a Telly Award for excellence in educational programming.

In An Instant...

This award-winning 30-minute video powerfully illustrates the medical consequences of burn injuries through the real-life experiences of children and teens who were burned, dramatically conveying the need for caution and prevention when around hot or flammable materials. This program received a Freddie Award from the International Health and Medical Film Festival, and the CINE Golden Eagle, the two highest honors for health and medical programming in the U.S.

In Love And In Danger

Our work with the Ann Arbor, Michigan Junior League's Dating Violence Prevention Project led to our production of this video that tackles the subject of teen dating violence. This video won the country's top prize for educational programming, the "Special Apple Award" from the National Educational Film and Video Network in Oakland, California, as well as an award from the National Council on Family Relations and a CINDY Award of Excellence. This program, along with its sequel, "Dangerous Games: Power and Control in Teen Dating Relationships," are currently being distributed to high schools around the country.

The Art of Jewish Caregiving

This award-winning five part video series instructs non-Jewish caregivers how to properly care for their observant Jewish patients. This series is currently being used in nursing homes, hospitals and funeral homes nationwide.

Amputation Surgery and Prosthetic Education

Funded by a grant from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and currently in production, this partnership with the University of Michigan Health System will instruct physicians and residents-in-training how to perform amputations to ensure best prosthetic outcome. This interactive computer-based curriculum will be distributed to VA Hospitals, Emergency departments and used as a training tool for medical residents nationwide.

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