Seattle Photo Walk (WP34)
Wednesday, March 4 1:00 pm–2:50 pm
TCC - Skagit 4
Bring your phone or camera and join us for a walk through Seattle where we will gather photos that we can use to create and tell stories back in the classroom. Learn tips and tricks, for organizing a photo walk with your students. Photos are a great way for students to show understanding, make connections and synthesize information. (There will be an optional companion session on Wednesday, 3:00-4:50pm called "Creative Ways of Sharing Your Story with Photos" where we take our photos and create stories using maps, collages, and video.)
|Focus Area:||Brain Research/Neuroscience, Emerging Trends, Google, Mobile Devices, STEM/STEAM, Teacher Librarian, Other|
|Skill Level:||All levels|
|BYOD Needs:||For the photo walk it is suggested that you use a Smartphone, but you can also use a tablet or Digital Camera.
Google Photos: for collecting and sharing photos
Lightroom App: Photo Editing and Advanced Smartphone Camera (You can use your phones camera and editing software as well.)
Adobe Spark Post App: Graphic Design
Google MyMaps: Map creating software.
Google Streetview App: 360 Camera
In the companion class we will be using the following tools.
Laptop or tablet.
You will need a way to transfer/send your photos from your phone to your laptop or tablet.
Google My Maps
Note: Be sure your electronic device has a fully charged battery as only limited power sources will be available.
Martha Thornburgh, Mount Vernon School District
Martha is a Google Innovative Educator and a Google Education Trainer. She is the Digital Literacy Specialist for the Mount Vernon School District. Martha has special interest in teaching and sharing stories with photography.