Sharing Your Story with Photos (Companion to Photo Walk) (WP42)

Wednesday, March 4 3:00 pm–4:50 pm

Pre-Registration Required (Open)

Bring your photos from the Seattle Photo Walk (or other photos you have) and explore ideas for using these photos to tell stories and show understanding in unique ways. Several ideas will be shared, there will be time to create! (If you don't have your own photos, there will be photos to share.)

Type: BYOD Workshop
Focus Area: 1:1, Adobe, Brain Research/Neuroscience, Emerging Trends, Google, Mobile Devices, Video, Other
Skill Level: All levels
BYOD Needs: Laptop or Tablet Photos from the photo walk accessible on your device. (Stored in Google Photos or transferred to device.) (If you do not go on the photo walk, you may bring your own pictures or use a photo bank that I will share with you.) Adobe Spark (This is free to join as an educator.) Google MyMaps (In the Google Suite) Google Slides (In the Google Suite) PIXLR (Free) or other photo editing software.
Note: Be sure your electronic device has a fully charged battery as only limited power sources will be available.

Presented by

Martha Thornburgh 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.