We are pleased to announce the new, enhanced, online, and hosted, STEM Pre-Academy Digital Media Mini Workshop: Visual Storytelling: Basic Shots, Enhanced. The workshop will be available as a live, online session, but participants are also invited to come to any of the hosted locations listed below.
Enhanced, you say? Yes! While this workshop will cover much of same material that was presented in the original Basic Shots workshop, we will also be going deep into how to apply what you've learned to your own classroom teaching.
The workshop is limited to 25 STEM Pre-Academy participants and public elementary and high school teachers on a first-come, first-served basis.
Visual Storytelling: Basic Shots, Enhanced
Visual storytelling is a form of communication that is a fundamental 21st century skill. It is a way of communicating simple ideas through the composition of images, both still and moving. In this workshop, you will learn how to enhance your story or presentation through the careful application of your own photos.
By understanding how people look at and gather information from images, you can direct the eye and present a strong, precise message without words. The session includes teacher sharing and examples.
The knowledge and skills obtained from this workshop can be applied in any subject and across any grade level.
Hawai‘i Public Middle School teachers; Hawai‘i Public Elementary and High School teachers are welcomed on space available basis – please inquire.
Saturday, October 1, 2016
8:00am – 8:30am “Pre-Game” log-in and set up
8:30am – 12:00pm Workshop
STEM Pre-Academy Digital Media Instructors
Join online from anywhere with WebEx, or gather with colleagues at one of these hosted and facilitated locations:
Maui - Maui High School (Room C103)
Kauai - Chiefess Kamakahelei Middle School (Library)
Oahu - Waianae High School (Searider Production Facilities)
Hilo - Waiakea High School (Room Q101)
WebEx - Click Here to Join (Meeting Number 409 495 220)
Equipment will be available for those who attend the hosted and facilitated locations. For those participating online, it is highly recommended that you have a digital still camera, iPhone/iPad/tablet, or other mobile device in order to participate in the session activities.
Those that participate will be provided with the follow-up tutorial materials.
For more information, feel free to contact us through email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 808-222-9685.
STEM Pre-Academy and the Digital Media Team