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Creative Constructor Studio: Learn How Photography Can Be an Extraordinarily Fun Access to Social-Emotional Learning!

Pennsylvania Convention Center, ISTE Discovery Museum

Learning experience: ISTE Discovery Museum
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Director of Programs
JP Pullos (he/him/his) is the Director of Programs at 100cameras, a nonprofit organization that works with youth around the world, teaching them to process and tell their stories through photography in a way that impacts how they view themselves and their role in their community. JP lives in New York City!

Session description

Join the folks from 100cameras in the Creative Constructor Studio on Sunday for some hands-on photography fun!

In 100cameras programs, students use photography to articulate, process and communicate their experiences and feelings. Come see for yourself! You will see how even a quick and fun photography activity can increase your emotional wellness by connecting photography and storytelling to your inner world and emotions. Work both individually and within a group of other educators to interpret and express emotions through photography taken by 100cameras youth participants around the world.

You will learn how photography can be the start of a conversation with your students about what they are dealing with in their lives and, ultimately, about the things they care about the most. You'll experience how photography can be a way for you to communicate feelings you're not always able to share verbally about, and learn a new way of using photography as an effective access to Social-Emotional Learning for your students!

100cameras will be leading three 20-minute workshops at 12:45 PM, 1:45 PM and 2:45 PM. – you are welcome to drop in at any point to pick up some cool photography tips and check out the activities!

The Creative Constructor Studio is located inside the ISTELive Discovery Museum.

Session specifications

Storytelling/multimedia, Creativity & curation tools, Social emotional learning
Subject area:
Performing/visual arts