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Making Learning Visible

Hi photography friend!

I just wanted to give you a heads up that I will be presenting a session on photography at three different Teachers’ Conventions this February. My session is called Making Learning Visible: Photographing and Co-creating Learning Stories and I would love to see you there! 

Here’s where I will be….

Calgary City Teachers’ Convention February 13-14 

Palliser District Teachers’ Convention February 20-21

Greater Edmonton Teachers’ Convention February 27-28

Here’s who should come…
– if you have been following along with my newsletter, Click with Kids
– if you have a class or school where you would like to showcase learning stories 
– if you would like to tell visual stories of your own family 
– if you just want to hang out with me ; )

Making Learning Visible is the perfect opportunity to brush up on some photography skills and plan how to tell a visual story. I’ve included a link to my Kristy Wolfe Photography Facebook event page where I keep the events updated. You can check there to find more specific details about where and when I’m presenting. 

Here’s who shouldn’t come…
If you came to my Greater Edmonton or ULead session last year then you’ve seen most of this presentation already. But know that you are more than welcome to attend again and you can plan for next year when I will have a new presentation.

I would absolutely love to see you! Please feel free to bring a friend or share this post with anyone you think would like to learn a little more about storytelling photography. 

Not attending one of the these Teachers’ Conventions? Don’t worry I have more conferences and classes coming up in April check in on my Facebook page.

Look forward to connecting with you!


Published by Kristy Wolfe Stories

Kristy is an engaging, open, and honest Common Language DST trained digital storytelling facilitator. She has been speaking and teaching workshops on both photography & digital storytelling for 5 years. With a background in the education, healthcare, and non-profit sectors, she works with diverse audiences, prioritizing ethics in storytelling and storyteller wellbeing.

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