Time Duration: The time can vary greatly depending on the project guidelines that you create with your students and the amount of discussion.
Materials: Digital camera, computer ( optional), printer ( optional)
Display: I have students print out their 3 best photos along with their problem description, we frame these and hang them in the library. You could also hang them in the hallway, on bulletin boards.
Another idea would be to share the images via social media. Maybe they are shared on instagram, and the description tells the idea behind the photo.
Maybe they are shared on a blog or website as a full post.
They could also be shared on facebook. The options are endless depending on the age of the students, access, and your end goal.
Students will explore telling a story through photography
Students will discuss social disobedience. ( this is a good place to connect to the lesson to history, and or literature, or bring this photography project into a history or literature class)
students will gain empathy through viewing other people’s problems
Students will identify a problem, and work on developing a solution