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Visual Narrative SPAIN

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Visual narrative in teaching literacy & languages

SPAIN (Malaga)
Early years, primary, secondary and adult education

26 January - 1 February 2020

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Course summary

This full-week course is designed to equip teaching and non-teaching staff with a range of digital skills, key principles and relevant methodologies. The course is structured to develop applicable and teachable skills built on sound principles of visual communication. The principles of visual communication are taught through hands-on visual exercises in the early stages, leading to brief-driven production tasks. Throughout the course participants will be engaged in the conception and development of visual media, with frequent evaluation of the processes and outcomes within a variety of language and literacy teaching contexts.

What participants have said about this course

“Excellent teaching and learning opportunities provided in a setting full of culture and intrigue! Excellent! I only hope I will be able to do this again....possibly to learn Spanish, which is now a passion of mine!”

Mercie Moore, England


“I have developed many personal skills such as photography and illustrating ideas. I have been inspired to develop my skills at home and in the classroom. The course has been delivered in a positive, interactive and supportive environment. Incidental opportunities to make links and create bonds with other colleagues has been a huge gain. Thank you!”

Ceri Brown, England


“I have learnt so much professionally and personally. Thank you to the organisers and directors. I really enjoyed the whole experience and I am sure it will stay with me for a lifetime. I hope that it will inspire me now to change the way I teach and help to improve learning in my classroom.”

Emma Duddridge, Wales