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Friday, January 13 • 2:45pm - 3:05pm
"Mobile & Global Digital Storytelling--Can You Tell A Story in six seconds? Bring your phone and learn how"

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Can you tell a story in 6 seconds using just your mobile phone? Mobile tech is app-smashing its way into digital storytelling with international and intergenerational participants. Mobile digital storytelling is an innovative outreach beyond academic programs silos. Mobile digital storytelling for intergenerational studies innovates and leverages technology to connect students with life events beyond the campus, merging interdisciplinary academic concepts, combating intergenerational stereotypes, and changing perceptions.

This presentation, driven by QR-coded resources and international co-participation, explains how mobile technology, apps, and student enthusiasm converge to increase awareness of global issues, confront stereotypes, spark conversations, and build advocacy dialogues for social justice all through an interdisciplinary learning experience. 

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Moderators
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Barbara Ricchio

Faculty, CalStateTEACH

Speakers
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Helen Teague

Student / Online Course Facilitator, Pepperdine University & PBS TeacherLine
Helen Teague is a 4th generation native Californian. She just finished defending her dissertation in Learning and Technology from Pepperdine University. Helen also holds Master of Education (Curriculum & Instruction, Gifted Education, and School Administration) and a Bachelor of Business Administration. Helen taught students in public and private school in California and Texas full-time for 15 years. She has received two school district... Read More →


Friday January 13, 2017 2:45pm - 3:05pm
Burgundy

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