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Introduction to Digital Storytelling Around Curricular Standards AM

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Literacy Assistance Center

85 Broad Street

Room 18F

New York, NY 10004

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This Workshop features a new tool – the non-profit initiative, Meridian Stories – that will enable you and your students to create short video and audio stories that communicate curricular substance. Digital literacy – which includes the ability to develop and create meaningful communication digitally – is as important as textural literacy. And it’s a lot more fun, …as well as being creative, collaborative, and designed to enhance critical thinking skills.

Participants will come away from this hands-on Workshop with 1) an understanding of the deep educational value of digital storytelling – value in terms of the delivery of curricular content, common core standards and 21st c skills; 2) clear and practical guidelines for how to integrate this approach in your classrooms; and 3) knowledge about existing curricular challenges and resources that support this approach.


The LAC is at 85 Broad Street. We'll be meeting in room 18F on the 18th Floor.

Directions

1. Enter the building through the WeWork entrance at the corner of Broad and South William (the northwest corner of the building). I'll have registered you but you will need to show ID.

2. Go to the elevator banks that service the 18th floor

3. Take the elevator to the 18th Floor

4. Exit elevators and walk down the elevator lobby towards the large well-lit public space (away from the long corridor).

5. Once inside the large public space our room is to your left just a little way down the hallway

Help yourself to coffee, tea, and water in the kitchen area. Restrooms are to your left down the long corridor on the other side of the elevator lobby.

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Literacy Assistance Center

85 Broad Street

Room 18F

New York, NY 10004

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