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    • Connecting Content with TechnologyDigital Storytelling
      Cindy Stephenson M.Ed.
      and
      Don Shegog
      Forsyth Country Day School
    • ISTE standards
      http://www.iste.org/standards/nets-for-students.aspx
    • ISTE Standards
      Demonstrate creativity and innovation
    • ISTE Standards
      Demonstrate creativity and innovation
      Communicate and collaborate
    • ISTE Standards
      Demonstrate creativity and innovation
      Communicate and collaborate
      Conduct research and use information
    • ISTE Standards
      Demonstrate creativity and innovation
      Communicate and collaborate
      Conduct research and use information
      Think critically, solve problems, and make decisions
    • ISTE Standards
      Demonstrate creativity and innovation
      Communicate and collaborate
      Conduct research and use information
      Think critically, solve problems, and make decisions
      Use technology effectively and productively
    • Student Profile
      Your student standards
    • Student Profile
      Your student standards
      Citizens of the 21st century
    • Student Profile
      Your student standards
      Citizens of the 21st century
      What kinds of jobs will they be competing for when they are our age?
    • Student Profile
      Your student standards
      Citizens of the 21st century
      What kinds of jobs will they be competing for when they are our age?
      How are you training them to have those skills?
    • Who are your students?
    • Who are your students?
      Who is already technologically savvy?
    • Who are your students?
      Who is already technologically savvy?
      Those should be the leaders for your group.
    • Who are your students?
      Who is already technologically savvy?
      Those should be the leaders for your group.
      Who needs help?
    • Who are your students?
      Who is already technologically savvy?
      Those should be the leaders for your group.
      Who needs help?
      Pair these students together.
    • Who are your students?
      Who is already technologically savvy?
      Those should be leaders for your groups
      Who needs help?
      Pair these students together.
      Who does not have a computer at home?
    • Who are your students?
      Who is already technologically savvy?
      Those should be leaders for your groups
      Who needs help?
      Pair these together
      Who does not have a computer at home?
      Be sure you made individual accommodations
    • Who are your students?
      Can your students work in groups?
    • Who are your students?
      Can your students work in groups?
      Group responsibilities
    • Who are your students?
      Can your students work in groups?
      Group responsibilities
      Team leader
    • Who are your students?
      Can your students work in groups?
      Group responsibilities
      Team leader
      Encourager
    • Who are your students?
      Can your students work in groups?
      Group responsibilities
      Team leader
      Encourager
      Recorder
    • Who are your students?
      Can your students work in groups?
      Group responsibilities
      Team leader
      Encourager
      Recorder
      Taskmaster
    • Who are your students?
      Can your students work in groups?
      Group responsibilities
      Team leader
      Encourager
      Recorder
      Taskmaster
      Cleaner-upper
    • Management and Organization
      Rubrics
    • Management and Organization
      Rubrics
      Status of the class
    • Management and Organization
      Rubrics
      Status of the class
      Calendar
    • Management and Organization
      Rubrics
      Status of the class
      Calendar
      Mapping
    • Management and Organization
      Rubrics
      Status of the class
      Calendar
      Mapping
      Webspriation
    • Management and Organization
      Rubrics
      Status of the class
      Calendar
      Mapping
      Webspiration
      Online Portfolio
    • Management and Organization
      Rubrics
      Status of the class
      Calendar
      Mapping
      Webspiration
      Online Portfolio
      WikiSpaces
    • What are your goals?
      Demonstrate creativity and innovation
      Communicate and collaborate
      Conduct research and use information
      Think critically, solve problems, and make decisions
      Use technology effectively and productively
    • Project-Based Learning
    • Communicate, Collaborate, Publish
    • Digital Storytelling in the Classroom
      For every academic
    • Digital Storytelling in the Classroom
      For every academic
      Equipment
    • Digital Storytelling in the Classroom
      For every academic
      Equipment
      Administrative support
    • Digital Storytelling in the Classroom
      For every academic
      Equipment
      Administrative support
      Tech team support
    • Copy write
    • Assessment
      Teacher
      Rubrics
    • Assessment
      Teacher
      Rubrics
      Given at beginning of assignment
    • Assessment
      Teacher
      Rubrics
      Given at beginning of assignment
    • Assessment
      Teacher
      Rubrics
      Given at beginning of assignment
      Student
    • Assessment
      Teacher
      Rubrics
      Given at beginning of assignment
      Student
      Self-Assessment
    • Assessment
      Teacher
      Rubrics
      Given at beginning of assignment
      Student
      Self-Assessment
      Turned in at end of assignment
    • Assessment
      Teacher
      Rubrics
      Given at beginning of assignment
      Student
      Self-Assessment
      Turned in at end of assignment
      Before teacher fills a rubric
    • Assessment
      Peer Review
    • Assessment
      Peer Review
      T.A.G.
    • Assessment
      Peer Review
      T.A.G.
      Tell something good
    • Assessment
      Peer Review
      T.A.G.
      Tell something good
      Ask a question
    • Assessment
      Peer Review
      T.A.G.
      Tell something good
      Ask a question
      Give a suggestion
    • Reflection
    • Celebrate!
    • Resources
      http://www.classroom20.com/profiles/blogs/seven-free-cloud-tools-every
      http://incompetech.com/m/c/royalty-free/ (royalty-free music)