Supporting Students with SEN through Digital Storytelling, Movie Making and Animation
The aim of this session is to introduce and promote filmmaking and animation as a fun, creative and child-centred approach, with a particular view to support students with SEN in the distance learning setting.
Film making is an excellent way to integrate many aspects of both the curriculum and targets identified for a student's individual learning needs. It offers the opportunity to enhance literacy skills, speech and language, and social skills while promoting creativity, responsibility, individualism and co-operation in children and can be an excellent assessment resource for schools in these challenging times.
Participating in this project is a fun and innovative way to help children to learn in a child-led, discovery learning setting which they can complete at home in a safe environment using the resources available to them at home.
The series of pre-recorded videos will introduce all aspects of the filmmaking and animation process; outlining the simple and effective use of filmmaking and provide a clear step by step approach to film making for both children and educators alike.
The session will introduce teachers to these movie making and animation skills and how to utilise these in the SEN setting.
Co-facilitated by Dr.Ciara Uí Chonduibh and Ruairí Mac Conduibh
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|Course Date||24-11-2020 4:30 pm|
|Course End Date||24-11-2020 5:30 pm|
|Registration Start Date||20-10-2020 3:00 pm|
|Cut off date||24-11-2020 12:00 pm|
|Individual Price||Five euro|
|Speaker||Ruairí Mac Conduibh|