It’s time to sign up for the training course “Digital curricular stories for all. Tools and guidelines for adult educators”, organised by the two European projects ENKDIST and KVALUES in Rome, from the 21st to the 23rd of October 2014.

During the three days, the participants (no more than 15 people) will be able to make by themselves a digital curricular story and understand how to facilitate a digital storytelling workshop aiming at giving evidence to all the skills acquired through the informal and nundefinedon-formal learning.

The focus will be on the process itself and on some crucial topics, including how to manage and organise Digital Storytelling workshop, legal issues, copyright and consent, style and form, ownership and authorship, techinical and teaching skills to be developed.

The participants will work through interactive group discussion and activities, story circle sessions, collaborative learning session, technical workshop with opportunities to explore techniques and share experiences.

The training course has an international dimension also thanks to the participation via webinar of some experts from different Countries of Europe: Kerry Freeman and Annalise Duca - AcrossLimits (Malta); Guido Kowalski - Grimme Institute Gesellschaft für Medien, Bildung und Kultur (Germany) and Steve Bellis – Coleg Cambria (UK).

No course fee. The selection of participants will be done by CV, mostly taking in consideration the potential capacity to spread the methodology. The participants are requested to be able to understand and to express themselves in English and have a minimum level of confidence with computers and similar devices.

To sign up and ask for more information, write an email to Antonia Liguori This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Deadline: the registration and the enrolment will be open until the 21st of September.

Please, read below a detailed scheduling of the three days.

 

DAY 1:

10.00-11.45: Introduction at the course, Presentation of the staff and participants, ice-breaking activities. 1st element: What makes a good Digital Storytelling workshop facilitator? Including: Hands on or hands off, general teaching skills, listening and feeding back, giving advice, sticking to the brief, time and budget, technical skills.

11.45-13.00   - Webinar with Kerry Freeman - AcrossLimits (Malta)

13.00: Lunch

14.00-17.00: 2nd element “Story circle”: 1st draft script

17.00-18.00:  3rd element: Planning, recruitment, delivery. How to manage a DS workshop, starting with a blank piece of paper. (Finalising scripts, final version of script story board).

DAY 2:

10.00-11.45: - 4th element: Digital content the ethics, the law, the facilitator and the storyteller. Including: legal issues, copyright and consent, style and form, ownership and authorship (voice recording)

11.45-13.00   - Webinar with Guido Kowalski - Grimme Institute Gesellschaft für Medien, Bildung und Kultur (Germany)

13.00: Lunch

14.00-17.00 :   5th element: editing 1 (sound recording and editing)

17.00-18.00 :   6th element: editing  2 (editing the story together)

DAY 3:

10.00-13.00: Final edit and export: finished film ready for mastering

13.00: Lunch

14.00-16.45: - Screening: group sharing of stories and experiences

16.45-18.00  - Webinar  with Steve Bellis – Coleg Cambria (UK)

Sections

Hours

Monday - Friday
9 am – 6 pm
tel. +39 06.6840421
archivio@sturzo.it