TEACHERS

RESOURCES

DIGICOM VIDEO LIBRARY

The DIGICOM Video Library is a 12-year collection of short videos made by students, DIGICOM trained teachers, and DIGICOM staff. 

For teachers, the library is a great resource for project ideas. All videos are easy to download, insert into lesson plans, or keep on the desktop for quick reference. Students also use the library as inspiration for their digital storytelling assignments.

DIGICOM VIDEO LIBRARY

The DIGICOM Video Library is a 12-year collection of short videos made by students, DIGICOM trained teachers, and DIGICOM staff. 

For teachers, the library is a great resource for project ideas. All videos are easy to download, insert into lesson plans, and keep on the desktop for quick reference. Students also use the library as inspiration for their digital storytelling assignments.

DIGICOM TEACHER PORTAL

DIGICOM Learning has created an exclusive website of resources for our trained teachers. On the DIGICOM Teacher Portal, educators will find digital storytelling lessons and video examples from other teachers, script and storyboard templates, classroom posters, and a link to the WeVideo Academy.

Teachers may access the Teacher Portal if their school district has a partnership with DIGICOM Learning and they’ve completed at least one DIGICOM Professional Development course.

Look out for the launch of our new Teacher Portal in spring/summer 2020!

DIGICOM PODCASTS

Listen to our monthly DIGICOM Podcasts on digital storytelling topics, hosted by teachers Jessica Pack and Georgia Terlaje. 

About Jessica Pack
As a middle school teacher for 15 years and a California Teacher of the Year (2014), Jessica continually works to redefine what learning looks like in her 6th grade classroom. Digital storytelling has transformed how her students demonstrate their learning and continues to be a pillar of instruction for her language arts and social studies classes. Currently a teacher in Palm Springs Unified School District, Jessica has worked as a DIGICOM Professional Development instructor for 12 years, and a DIGICOM Teacher Consultant for the past four years.
About Georgia Terlage

With 31 years of teaching experience, Georgie Terlaje has spent a third of her teaching career integrating digital storytelling into the classroom. She believes video projects have elevated her approach to core curriculum and give students a voice, identity, and the motivation to learn. In 2016, DIGICOM Learning teamed up with Georgia and Della S. Lindley Elementary in Palm Springs, California, to create the first-ever DIGICOM Elementary Film Festival. Today, Georgia works for Palm Springs Unified School District as an instructional coach, engaging with students and teachers to improve student achievement throughout the district.

About Jessica Pack
As a middle school teacher for 15 years and a California Teacher of the Year (2014), Jessica continually works to redefine what learning looks like in her 6th grade classroom. Digital storytelling has transformed how her students demonstrate their learning and continues to be a pillar of instruction for her language arts and social studies classes. Currently a teacher in Palm Springs Unified School District, Jessica has worked as a DIGICOM Professional Development instructor for 12 years, and a DIGICOM Teacher Consultant for the past four years.
About Georgia Terlage
With 31 years of teaching experience, Georgie Terlaje has spent a third of her teaching career integrating digital storytelling into the classroom. She believes video projects have elevated her approach to core curriculum and give students a voice, identity, and the motivation to learn. In 2016, DIGICOM Learning teamed up with Georgia and Della S. Lindley Elementary in Palm Springs, California, to create the first-ever DIGICOM Elementary Film Festival. Today, Georgia works for Palm Springs Unified School District as an instructional coach, engaging with students and parents to improve student achievement throughout the district.

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