Introduction

Everywhere in the world, people have realized that improved education is the key to societal and global productivity, as well as personal and social well-being. However, many teachers in Sub-Saharan Africa are not meeting this standard. This is due in part to the fact that they spend the majority of their time at school doing administrative tasks rather than their primary job of teaching.

Digital storytelling has been proven to be an excellent method for quickly developing a knowledge-based output that captures learners’ attention. However, not all teachers are familiar with the fundamentals of developing these assets for classroom richness. This short course is designed to assist teachers in creating digital storyboards for use in classroom instruction, as well as to encourage parents to participate in their children’s learning development.

Project Description

Children have an intrinsic interest in storytelling. Stories instill a sense of awe in us about the world. We learn from stories about life, ourselves, and others. Storytelling is a unique technique for pupils to gain an understanding, respect, and appreciation for other cultures, as well as to build a favorable attitude toward people of diverse places, ethnicities, and religions.

The goal of this project is to teach educators how to make classroom storyboard instructions and how to be consistent in producing content so that they can have a voice in their separate careers.

Project Objectives

Our objective is to create a learning opportunity for teachers across teachers in Ilorin, Kwara State, within two months; these skills will help teachers to leverage technology to achieve new levels of productivity and implementation of useful digital tools, and increase student support and engagement.

Project Benefits

This project will assist teachers in using effective digital learning technologies in the classroom to promote student engagement, improve lesson plans, and facilitate personalized learning. It will specifically help students to

  1. examine their own cultural roots, encounter diverse cultures, and sympathize with unknown people/places/situations.
    provide insights into various traditions and ideals
  2. assist youngsters in understanding how knowledge is shared by all peoples/cultures
  3. provide insights into universal life experiences
  4. assist children in considering new ideas
  5. reveal distinctions and commonalities of cultures around the world
  6. promote students ‘activity, improve students’ ability to link theories to the case,
  7. make learning entertaining and effective.

The Activities In Pictures

Digital Storytelling Workshop for Teachers
Digital Storytelling Workshop for Teachers
Digital Storytelling Workshop for Teachers
Digital Storytelling Workshop for Teachers
Digital Storytelling Workshop for Teachers
Digital Storytelling Workshop for Teachers
Digital Storytelling Workshop for Teachers
Digital Storytelling Workshop for Teachers
Digital Storytelling Workshop for Teachers
Digital Storytelling Workshop for Teachers
Digital Storytelling Workshop for Teachers
Digital Storytelling Workshop for Teachers

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