Digital Storytelling

Digital Storytelling allows middle and high school students to work alongside an Alliance Arts for Learning (AA4L) Institute teaching artist to explore the full creative process of telling a digital story with tools such as images, text, audio, interactive illustrations, and music.

Each student produces a 3-5 minute digital story. Examples of previous writing prompts include personal narratives, reflections on a mentor text, studies of historical time periods, and persuasive essays. The theme of the residency will be decided by the teacher and teaching artist.

Digital Storytelling is a 12-session in-classroom residency. The AA4L Institute can bring iPads to use at schools that do not have the technology.

For more information, contact Rebecca Pogue at rebecca.pogue@alliancetheatre.org or 404.733.5329.

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