• October 19, 2019
    10:30 am - 3:00 pm

For years photographs have been used to tell stories. Especially in classrooms, a series of photographs can be used to tell a
story. One good picture can take the place of many words. Taking great photos isn’t just about having a nice camera. Good
photographs come from thinking creatively and thinking ahead with some planning and practice. Whether we’re working
with a fancy DSLR or a phone camera, we can learn to take great photos to tell a story.
Objectives:
• Learn how to create an effective story with photographs.
• Explore storyboarding basics for storytelling.
• Define the applications of visual storytelling in a child care program.

SUITABLE FOR ALL EARLY LEARNING AND CHILD CARE PROFESSIONALS

Presenters: Alberto Mejia-LeGresley & Nora Mejia
Alberto is a certified instructor by the Ministry of Advanced Education and has been a freelance photographer for over 20 years. He is an international award winning graphic designer for his photography and design work. He has been a teacher in Seoul, South Korea and has taught Design and Photography in Vancouver. Alberto’s classes are practical and aimed to inspire participants to explore their creativity.
Nora’s work in early childhood education is inspired by the principles of the Reggio Emilia approach as well as Montessori training. She works for Westcoast Child Care Resource Centre as a diversity trainer and has facilitated many workshops and courses related to early childhood education and child care. She has been enjoying working with children and their families for over 20 years in a variety of settings.

NOTE: THIS WORKSHOP IS NOT MEANT FOR PARTICIPANTS WITH ADVANCED PHOTOGRAPHY KNOWLEDGE/SKILLS. BRING A SMARTPHONE OR A DSLR CAMERA TO PARTICIPATE IN THIS WORKSHOP.

Please note there will be 30 min lunch break, please bring bagged lunch.

Venue:  

Address:
#100-6846 King George Blvd, Surrey, British Columbia, Canada, V3W 4Z9

Description:

Located directly behind the Denny’s Restaurant. Please do not park in spots reserved for our neighbours.

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