Please join us for this session to learn the art of - an activity that is sure to capture your students' imaginations so you can end your school year with a bang!
Explore the tradition of Japanese storytelling and see how it has been transformed to become a pedagogical tool used across the curriculum and around the globe. In this workshop, teachers will examine how to identify themes in their content area and learn how to engage their students in developing those themes using the box format. Using this interactive, hands-on method, students will discover new ways to “learn through a screen” while developing sequencing, cause/effect, and cultural competency skills in a wide range of lessons ranging from fairy tales and folklore to sustainability and socio-emotional learning.
Presenters are Angie Stokes, Wayne Trace High School and Mary Rice, Leigh University NCTA seminar leader.
Pennsylvania educators who participate in the workshop will receive ACT 48 Hours (educators from other states will receive a certificate of completion for professional development.)
To Register, please click on the link here: https://pitt.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJ0vf--oqj4rHdxcy6gMuluckUjSb6_EOLN8