Sugilanon Pambata sa Napalico Elementary School


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Mar 27, 2014 // By:switotwins digital storytelling // No Comment

These were outputs of a 2 day workshop in the remote area of Napalico Elementary School, Arakan Valley. Children ages 9 to 16 were taught digital storytelling, some of them holding cameras and computers for the first time. The aim was to encourage these children to put their creativity at work by writing children stories for other children. It was also a goal for them to be acquainted with technology and learn how to use it meaningfully. The students are scholars of UP Omega Alpha Alumni Association, Inc.

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Switotwins Digital Storytelling is a Philippine based digital storytelling journal that aims to provide a venue for everyone to express themselves in the fields of writing, drawing, voice recording, animations, and creating videos. We conduct workshops everywhere possible in the Philippines so that anyone may be able to tell their inspiring stories to the world.

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