Photography as a Documenting Tool

US$ 55.00

Designed for educators, this webinar will explore the art of using photography as a documenting and bridging tool between schools and families.

Description

Jump on board for this LIVE, 2 hour webinar and workshop – Photography as a Tool. Designed for educators, this webinar will explore the art of using photography as a documenting and bridging tool between schools and families.

During this webinar, we will explore and question:

–         How to use photography to bridge communication and understanding between families and school.

–          Identify the focuses of our pictures in order to make the learning processes of the children visible when documenting.

–          Use photography as a tool to revisit the children’s learnings

–          Use photography as documenting tool

–          Tips on how to take better pictures, camera angels and more.

At the end of the webinar, Irune Armentia, a photographer and educator, will host a practical workshop, utilising the information discuss and showcasing tips and ideas when using a camera in school environments.

 

Information

Speakers: Ambra Lanzi and Irune Armentia

Date:

10th October 2020

Time:

  • 09h00 -11h00 – Singapore Standard Time
  • 12h00 – 14h00 – Sydney
  • 08h00 – 10h00 Ho Chi Minh City / Bangkok
  • 18h00 – 20h00 New York (Starting the night of the 9th)
  • 21h00 – 23h00  Los Angeles/Vancouver (Starting the night of the 9th)

For other timezones: Please check in your time and date through one online world-clock converter like this one: 

https://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/converter.html

Location: Zoom Platform

A certificate of attendance will be given once the webinar is completed.

*Once registered, you will receive a receipt of payment that will be followed by a confirmation email. Closer to the webinar start date, you will receive a zoom link that will grant your access to the webinar sessions registered for. The webinar is designed to be live, but a recording of the session will be made available to all participants a few days after the seminar.

 

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