Global Voices: Digital Storytelling

Through Photography

The California International Studies Project Presents...

Storytelling is an honored practice in cultures worldwide, and a skill that opens doors to self-awareness, compassion and curiosity. In the classroom, studies of story and the development of storytelling techniques often focus on oral tradition and writing. This workshop guides k-12 educators through the study of digital storytelling and skill development using photography and videography.

  • Learn how to use digital storytelling resources to engage your students in project based learning (PBL)
  • Align global competencies to standards-based instruction
  • Second of a three-part workshop (Winter and Spring workshop dates- TBD)
  • Developing and planning for the Time Capsule Project in your classroom through participatory action research

This program is free for teachers, and sponsored by the California International Studies Project (CISP) at Sonoma State University and Global Oneness Project.

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December 3rd, 8:30-3pm at Sonoma State University; International Hall Room 200A

  • Instructional teams are encouraged to attend together- there will be time and space for collaborative design of interdisciplinary, project based learning
  • Lunch and refreshments provided
  • CEUs through San Diego State University for a fee
  • For more information, contact Michelle Mazzeo at

Registration Closes September 20th Space is Limited- Preference given to Instructional Teams

The California International Studies Project inspires and supports educators to develop global competence and active citizenship in PK-12 students for the 21st century.