Demonstrate Knowledge with Digital Storytelling

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Demonstrate Knowledge with Digital Storytelling

  1. 1. Demonstrate Knowledge with Digital Storytelling View this presentation by going to: steinman.me/dkds Andrew Steinman Educational Technology Consultant at Kent ISD
  2. 2. •EducationalTechnology Consultant at Kent ISD •MSU Graduate (x2) •Amateur CatTrainer About Andrew Steinman andrewsteinman@kentisd.org @steinman
  3. 3. What does it mean to demonstrate knowledge?
  4. 4. How do we traditionally ask students to demonstrate knowledge?
  5. 5. Tests, tests, and more tests
  6. 6. Is it easy to demonstrate knowledge on a test?
  7. 7. What are the alternatives to tests?
  8. 8. Verbal Assessment
  9. 9. Time, time, and even less time
  10. 10. There has to be a better way...
  11. 11. Digital Storytelling
  12. 12. Click here to watch onYouTube.
  13. 13. Tools for Telling Digital Stories Computer •WeVideo •YouTube • Popcorn Maker iPad • iMovie or Cute Cut •Toontastic or Puppet Pals 2 • Pixntell
  14. 14. WeVideo WeVideoVideo Tutorials
  15. 15. YouTube YouTube EditorVideo Tutorial
  16. 16. Popcorn Maker Popcorn MakerVideo Tutorial
  17. 17. iMovie iMovieVideo Tutorial
  18. 18. Toontastic ToontasticVideo Tutorial
  19. 19. Pixntell PixntellVideo Tutorial
  20. 20. Things to Consider When Creating Digital Stories
  21. 21. Keep Them Short Digital Storytelling Tip #1
  22. 22. Don’t Steal Digital Storytelling Tip #2
  23. 23. Safe-to-Use Media Free Images • everystockphoto •Wikimedia Commons • Public Domain Photos Free Music • Public Domain Music • Fun Fun Fun Music • Incompetech (Requires attribution) http://search.creativecommons.org
  24. 24. Storyboard Digital Storytelling Tip #3
  25. 25. Using one of the previously mentioned tools create a digital story about digital stories. Your Turn! Share your digital story on Twitter using #ATK13
  26. 26. So Now What? What will you take back to your district after this session and how will it be used to improve the education of all students in your district? Share it out on Twitter using #SNOWW
  27. 27. Questions?
  28. 28. Andrew Steinman Educational Technology Consultant at the Kent ISD andrewsteinman@kentisd.org @steinman
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