A digital literacy workshop using PhoneMe, the social media platform for spoken poetry

Posted by Amber Moore on April 6, 2020

This workshop engages students in creating poetry through reflecting on personal connections to place. Stories and history are everything- they are how we understand the world around us and our experiences. Now more than ever we are forced to think about the spaces we inhabit. While we may be losing a sense of community, or a sense of self, as we move into physical isolation there remains a way in which we can deepen our thinking about space and belonging.
Look out for tips marked by an asterisk (*) on how to virtually facilitate this interactive poetry workshop. 

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Topics: Poetry, Community, workshop, classroom lesson

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