Digital Storytelling Learning Excursions for your museum

screenshot476A one-day workshop about creating Digital Storytelling excursions for you museums.  Digital Storytelling Learning engages students with the stories and artefacts in your museum through the creative challenge of creating a short 3-5 minute movie while at your museum.  These excursions enable school students to come to your museum, armed with their iPads and create digital stories which they showcase at the end of the day.

These programs not only provide great learning opportunities, but are a fun activity for museum workers, students and teachers – everyone involved.  It’s great to see how creative the students can be, and to understand their perceptions of the museum.  Watching their digital stories you can see these things first hand..  And if students are encouraged to record interviews with people working at the museum, the person interaction further extends the learning.

The workshop being offered, lets your museum workers experience the process in their own environment, and starts from the beginning to tailor a program for your museum.

You will learn:

– how to use i-movie on your tablet device

– what running a digital story telling excursion at your museum involves

  • Planning the excursion for the year level to fit with the curriculum
  • Designing the program
  • Introducing the students to what they need to do
  • Logistics of running the day

– experience creating a simple digital story

Make an enquiry about our program by sending an email to info@edprogramdesign.com.au or completing the form below.

Cost of the program is $599 for up to 10 participants at your museum

.  Travel costs may apply if outside the greater Brisbane area.

 

Author: Janis Hanley

Janis Hanley creates education programs for museums. She has a strong interest in digital engagement. Her programs have received several Queensland National Trust awards. Janis is the Queensland representative of the Museums Australia Education committee, and founder/coordinator of MAEdQ - a Queensland Network for Museum Educators . Janis is currently researching the value of digital story telling in community museums.

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