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Welcome to our Winter 2018 season!  For questions about MySciLife® PLC meetings or Jumpstart sessions, please email MySciLife@sflinc.org. For questions about OK2Ask®, please email OK2Ask@sflinc.org. If you’d like to be added to our OK2Ask® email list for registration announcements, please visit http://bit.ly/K12PD_OK2AskEmailSignUp

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Introduction to Digital Storytelling
Wednesday, March 07, 2018 12:00:00 AM UTC - 01:30:00 AM UTC
Promote higher level thinking in every content area with Digital Storytelling. Start with this first of three sessions to build your understanding of digital storytelling foundations.
Enrich and improve student writing with digital storytelling - giving written stories voice, imagery, and power. Learn to promote higher level thinking while students develop creativity, problem-solving, and critical thinking skills to take narratives to the next level.  In this workshop, we will begin by exploring ways to improve writing with story development steps and tools; discover tech tools for editing and sharing student drafts; and finally, discuss strategies for collaborative writing. 

This session is for teachers at ALL technology comfort levels.**

OK2Ask are hands-on exploratory workshops, not sit & gets. We highly recommend that you attend using a computer with an updated browser (Chrome or Edge). Those attending on mobile devices may not be able to fully participate and therefore may not receive a certificate. You are welcome to join us on a mobile device, but this may jeopardize your ability to receive CEUs. 

As a result of this session teachers will:
1. Learn how digital storytelling can enrich narrative writing; 
2. Discover ways to improve narrative writing with story development steps and tools; and
3. Explore a variety of web-based tools and resources to improve writing.

Applicable ISTE Standards for Educators (2017)*: 1B; 4B; 5C
* The text of these standards is copyrighted. Please read the full text at ISTE’s Standards page: https://www.iste.org/standards/standards/for-educators

**Read more about technology comfort levels for OK2Ask here. We suggest these levels to be fair to all who attend. If you sign up for a session that is above your comfort level, you may have difficulty keeping up. Please plan to watch the archived recording after the session to catch up on things you missed.


If you've never used Adobe Connect, we suggest that you run a
quick diagnostic on your computer in advance.

If you plan to attend the session via a tablet, please install the Adobe Connect App from the Apple or Android store. You WILL need a separate keyboard in order to participate fully (and earn a professional development certificate).


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