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PhotovoiceWorldwide - Blog Post
Strengthening Brain Injury Support Groups Through Photovoice.
By: Stephanie Lloyd June 29, 2020 -
People find their voices in many different ways – Photovoice is a way to align what I’m thinking through pictures. –BIA-MA Support Group Leader & Photovoice Training Participant.
PhotovoiceWorldwide staff recently facilitated a training with Support Group Leaders from the Brain Injury Association of Massachusetts (BIA-MA), to prepare them to facilitate
Photovoice with their group members. Participants gained hands-on experience with the method as they took photos related to a prompt, discussed them with their colleagues, developed captions, and identified common themes. All the photos shared in this blog were taken by BIA-MA support group leaders for this training...
this article on our News page here.
Maximize Participant Interest and Engagement in Photovoice:
Critical and Creative Thinking Strategies.
Join us on Tuesday, July 7th 10:00AM - 11AM ETD -
with Laura Lorenz and Erin Bush. About this event:
Photovoice participants practice critical thinking when they reflect on their circumstances with new eyes, capture photos of what matters to them, share their photos with others, and communicate their thoughts and feelings through interviews, focus groups, and writing.
See more about this event on our 'News Page'
Limited tp 30-people
update June 30, 2020
Webinar - Was Sold Out !
• Note: See a video (45:59 min)
of the Webinar here.
Please -stay tuned- and check back with us here for more exciting/inspiring/upcoming
Thinking Part 2: Strategies and Tools to Facilitate Critical and Creative
Thinking with Photovoice.
PhotovoiceWorldwide - Blog Post
In Part 1 we explored critical and creative thinking in
Photovoice projects. In this sequel, we look at the ways that
facilitators and clinicians can use specific strategies and tools to
strengthen critical and creative thinking in Photovoice projects. As we
learned in Part 1, all stages of Photovoice entail critical and creative
thinking. Participants use these skills when a) choosing photos to take,
b) sharing photos and providing feedback on others’, c) writing and
sharing captions, d) receiving and considering feedback, and e) making
decisions about where and how the work should be presented. In Part 2,
we suggest three practical strategies to foster critical and creative
thinking with Photovoice... Continue Reading more
about this interesting article on our 'News Page' here.
Aboard - Rose Weggler: Social Media
Rose is the newest member of our growing team, Rose is our Social Media Marketing Manager. When she’s not boosting posts, gaining followers, and keeping our projects on task, Rose manages Maine Island Lodge. She is also the board president of the Maine Association of Sea Kayak Guides and Instructors (MASKGI). Rose holds a BS from the University of Vermont majoring in Recreation Management and Tourism, with a minor in Business Administration. Over the years her love for the outdoors has brought her on journeys leading bike tours in central California, kayak guiding in coastal Maine, and Ski Instructing in the Rockies of Colorado. Rose now enjoys said activities in her leisure time, while putting her social and business expertise to good use with us.
Rose says: "I am excited to work with PhotovoiceWorldwide and use social media to make a positive difference for people using Photovoice around the globe." Find out more
about Rose on our 'Meet Our Team' Page here.
Free! - Facilitating Photovoice Remotely: Experience and Strategies
View a video of a free webinar PhotovoiceWorldwide presented on Facilitating Photovoice Remotely with Maria Paiewonsky, EdD. On Monday, April 27th at 2 PM ET. Dr. Paiewonsky
reviewed options for facilitating
Photovoice from a distance through every stage of Photovoice. See more
‘Talking with pictures’: Photovoice!
New course dates for ‘Talking with pictures’: Photovoice for (May, June, and July
2020). Find out more on our Training Page here.
Can I Do a Photovoice Project Remotely? Yes, You Can!
Are you planning a Photovoice project in this midst of these uncertain
and stressful times? Were you ready to do a Photovoice project and now
are re-considering – because your participants can’t go outside, get
their project cameras, or meet with you face-to-face? No need to put
your project on hold! Photovoice is a highly dynamic and adaptable
this article on our
Workshops: Laura Lorenz recently facilitated a workshop “Approaches to visual data analysis using an empowerment lens” at the Qualitative Report 11th Annual Conference Contemporary Qualitative Research, at Nova Southeastern University, Davie, Florida, January 15th,
read more here.
Presentations: Stephanie Lloyd recently facilitated a ‘Think Tank’ session
“Using Photovoice in Evaluation Practice” at Evaluation 2019: Paths to the Future of Evaluation: Contribution, Leadership, and Renewal, in Minneapolis, Minnesota, November 16th,
read more here.
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