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Monday, December 9 • 2:15pm - 3:15pm
All Aboard the Digital Storytelling Train!

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One of the most powerful and engaging ways of helping students develop academic language and master concepts is through digital storytelling. Multimedia creation tools allow students the chance to become the “conductors” of their learning while developing their reading, writing, speaking, and listening skills. Participants in this session will learn how to plan, structure, and implement podcasting and video and story creation with their students by viewing multiple teacher and student examples, along with take away templates and resources.

Find a copy of our presentation here: http://bit.ly/VSTE19DigitalStorytelling

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Clark Richardson

Technology Integration Specialist, TC Williams--Minnie Howard Campus
Talk to me about strategies for incorporating blended learning strategies in your classroom! I have a background having taught 2nd grade, Pre-K, and 9th grade (World History), and I have been a TIS at the middle school level the last two years. I also love to support project-based... Read More →
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Jami Martin

Technology Integration Specialist, Alexandria City Public Schools
Jami started as an English teacher at Alexandria City High School (previously T.C. Williams) in 2010. After teaching for five years, she completed her NETS-T Certification and joined the technology team as a Technology Integration Specialist in 2015. At ACHS, she works with over 300... Read More →

Monday December 9, 2019 2:15pm - 3:15pm EST
Washington Lecture Hall