Ranging from one-time reading events to a structured weekly program, our program focuses on storytelling, reading and literacy improvement, and teaching about world cultures. We can work with you to customize a program or workshop for children ages 5-13,
Our team can come to your classroom, after-school program, library, organization or any other venue in numerous cities, including the Greater Washington, DC area. Participants in week-long or longer programs learn and create digital animated storybook apps on the iPad. We also offer specific programs for children with hearing, learning and seeing disabilities. For more information please contact: email@example.com
Workshops and program developed in cooperation with the Intercultural and International Communications Program at the School of International Service at American University.
Programs help children to:
- become better readers;
- become familiar with new places in the world;
- learn how to become better citizens in their local and global community;
- become cultural diplomats;
- better understand cultural diversity understanding and facts about select world cultures
- meet Common Core State Standards;
- meet International Baccalaureate Primary Years Programme (PYP) Standards; and
- use creativity and imagination;
Students learn technology skills that students need for tomorrow’s jobs like visual design and animation.
READING AND WRITING SKILLS
Every child has a story to share and we want to hear that story. Students are guided through the process of creating a story and, as a result, become better readers and writers.
We empower the child by helping them work on one project from start to end. Campers learn how to create a story and then how to animate it. They become confident communicators and are proud of the work they create.
We empower our students to become global citizens and experience multi-cultural viewpoints. They are exposed in a meaningful way to cultural diversity and multi-culturalism. Campers build empathy and social interaction skills.
LEARN MORE WITH THIS VIDEO OF OUR PREVIOUS WORKSHOPS AND CAMPS
Digital Storytelling Brings a Story to Life
You can enhance a story with illustration, photos, movies, animation, narration, music and text. Digital storytelling takes a good story and makes it great.
To see youth so enthusiastic about writing interactive story books and the skills required to make the books is remarkable. This experience also afforded the students to be exposed to other parts of the world which they incorporated into their stories. This provided an interesting and creative way to inspire young students to write and tap into their desire to author books.Parent of a Digital Storytelling Camper in Washington, DC
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My son recently hosted his first sleepover for many of his friends. It was perfect! I took some of the Global Sleepover ideas and the kids loved it. We did everything in a Brazilian theme – it was brilliant! As a parent, you will also have a smile on your face because of the fun!Mother of 8-year old boy, Montessori Teacher and Mobile Technology Specialist in Virgin Islands
We had a Sleepover in India theme for not one but two birthday parties for our daughter when she turned 6 and 8! The team came with decorations, a smile on their face and transported all of us to India. Our daughter and her friends are still talking about the party, years later! It was especially wonderful to see the children’s curiosity about India during the party. They were asking questions about the country, the culture – they learned something and had a lot of fun!”Diplomat at the South African Embassy, Washington, DC
And to see so many young black males so enthusiastic about writing interactive story books and the skills required to make the books is remarkable. This experience also afforded the students to be exposed to other parts of the world which they incorporated into their stories. This provided an interesting and creative way to inspire young students to write and tap into their desire to author books.Parent in Washington, DC