- #1206 - Thurs, Jan 26, 1:00 - 4:00; Location: TRLD
Digital photography empowers students to learn and communicate about math, science, history, reading, writing, and even social skills. In this lively and practical workshop, learn photography basics and tricks while exploring classroom-tested, curriculum-based projects. Photo essays and illustrations, digital scavenger hunts, literacy, math and how-to books, trading cards, and more will inspire even struggling students to plan, write, problem-solve and publish. Hone your skills as you compose, shoot, download, edit, and organize photos and projects. Learn about printing and publishing. Share classroom strategies. Bring your own digital camera (with batteries, cables, etc.), or borrow ours. Take home new skills & enthusiasm, along with a CD of project ideas, samples, and ready-made templates.
- for Curriculum Specialists, Classroom Teachers, Library/Media Specialists, Reading Specialists, Principals, Staff Developers, LD Specialists, Speech & Language Specialists, Technology Coordinators
- Presentation Type: Hands-on Mac Lab
- Topic Grade Level: Elementary (4-6), Intermediate
- Audience Computer Experience: Intermediate
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