THE CALIFORNIA INTERNATIONAL STUDIES PROJECT PRESENTS...
Storytelling is an honored practice in cultures worldwide, and a skill that opens doors to self-awareness, compassion and curiosity. In the classroom, studies of story and the development of storytelling techniques often focus on oral tradition and writing. K-12 educators will review, identify, and evaluate existing resources to align with their grade level standards and common core expectations. This workshop guides k-12 educators through the study of digital storytelling and skill development using photography and videography.
- Develop inquiry-based critical thinking skills
- Learn how to use digital storytelling resources to engage your students in project based learning (PBL)
- Align global competencies to common core and standard-based instruction
- First of a three-part workshop (Spring workshop date- TBD)
There is no cost for the workshops and sponsored by CISP, ISTEP and Global Oneness.
To register or learn more, go to https://www.smore.com/ma246-global-voices-digital-storytelling Registration Closes February 4th Space is Limited- Preference given to Instructional Teams.