Field Trips and Guided Productions
AOC's field trips and guided productions offer a unique and engaging way to integrate media into the classroom learning experience. Field trips serve as very powerful, creative opportunities for students to explore project-based learning and to create meaningful educational connections through real-world application. AOC's Field trips offer great flexibility to meet each teacher's instructional needs and budget.
*All prices may vary depending on length and scope of the project. Please contact Christy Tracie, Education Coordinator, with more info about your specific needs.
IN STUDIO at AOC
TOUR of AOC's equipment and facilities
Cost: $7/student - 30 students max
GUIDED PRODUCTION - A guided production for a group of students in AOC's studios.
Cost: $10/student - 30 students max
ON LOCATION (on your campus)
Intro to Production - An introductory course covering basic field production and gear.
$9/student - 30 students max
Guided Production - A guided production for a group of students at your campus.
$14/student - 30 students max
custom project CLINICs
Media projects are a great way to examine a subject from a different and focused perspective. We can help you with every phase of production and provide most of the production gear you need. Contact us for project ideas based on your curriculum.
Cost quoted on per-project basis
Please contact Christy Tracie, Education Coordinator, with more info about your specific needs.
Past participants include:
Paul Breaux Middle School - Gifted & Talented Program
Episcopal School of Acadiana Lower School - News Report Production
GEARUP - Documentary Camp
Hillard University Museum - Play Day Production
LPSS Gifted Theatre Program - Guided Production
Louisiana Focus - University of Louisiana at Lafayette
Louisiana Focus is a television news series production created by students at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette students in the Department of Communication. Students did a phenomenal job under the leadership of AOC Community Productions Manager Matt Roberts and Broadcasting Sequence Coordinator Dr. William R. Davie