The slides are a bit hard to follow, but there's plenty of video to support the presentation page for this talk given by Wesley Fryer at Yarmouth High School in Maine. "As learners of all ages," he writes, "we need to 'play with media' and utilize media tools to communicate. Good stories start with good writing and an invitation to share. In this session we’ll explore and discuss examples of digital media focusing specifically on science and math themes." I totally agree with that message - that's why I do thinks like play with web radio, even though there seems to be no real objective other than fun. Links to supporting materials are available through Fryer's handouts wiki. The photo above is from an Intel advertisement, and is used as a good example of storytelling in STEM.
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