(Morehead, Kentucky) – Teachers from Lawrence, Meniffee, Lee, and Ohio Counties spent three long and productive days honing their skills in modern communications. Today’s student is required to use visual, audio, text, speech, and all forms of communication to successfully navigate today’s working world. The 2017 Western Kentucky Mountain Workshops Teacher Track exposed educators to an array of tools and techniques.
As you can see from the photos below, this was a sun up to well past sun down, hands-on workshop that pushed teachers out of their comfort zones and presented new opportunities for their students. While much of the workshop is focused on photojournalism, it is really a program on CRITICAL THINKING. Analyze. Take appropriate action. Evaluate. Adjust. Achieve best results.
It is hard to explain this experience, but we wanted to share some of the knowledge you can benefit your students. Here are a series of links to video resources:
Basics of Photography https://www.kydataseam.com/project-review?pid=738 Complete with downloadable presentation showing basic composition, lighting and ways to make more interesting, engaging and memorable photos.
Story Telling https://www.kydataseam.com/project-review?pid=1052
Illustrating Your Point https://www.kydataseam.com/project-review?pid=1049
The Interview-Better Story Telling https://www.kydataseam.com/project-review?pid=1053 All the help you need to produce better video interviews. Sound is important. Preparation is critical.
The Process https://www.kydataseam.com/project-review?pid=714 How to organize your students to help them evaluate information, create ideas, outline a story and produce a meaningful project.
2017 WKU Mountain Workshops http://mountainworkshops.org
2017 WKU Mountain Workshops Video https://vimeo.com/240334679?ref=fb-share&1