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  • 1. A Day of Digital Storytelling with the DEN Time Activity 8:30-9:00 AM Registration (Trinidad) 9:00-10:30 AM Beyond Essays: Digital Stories, New Media Narrative and the Emerging Nature of Literacy with Jason Ohler (Trinidad) 10:35-12:00 PM DEN Workshops – Morning New Media Literacy and Narrative in Education – Tools, Applications, Assessment • This session is exclusively for DEN Leadership Council members. o Jason Ohler (Trinidad) Spinning a Digital Story with Web 2.0 • o Steve Dembo (Empire A) Director’s Cut: Making Movies with a Green Screen • o Matt Monjan (Empire B) Tying it All Together: MovieMaker, Audacity and DE streaming • o Jannita Demian (Empire D) Get Interactive with Glogs, Voicethread & the DE Builders • o Traci Blazosky and Tom McGee (Empire C) Lights, Camera, Education! The AFI Curriculum • This is a three-hour session limited to 15 participants. o Joe Brennan (Wild Rose A and B) 12:00-1:30 PM Lunch (Trinidad) 1:30-3:00 PM DEN Workshops – Afternoon New Media Literacy and Narrative in Education – Tools, Applications, Assessment • This session is open to all attendees. o Jason Ohler (Trinidad) Spinning a Digital Story with Web 2.0 • o Steve Dembo (Empire A) Director’s Cut: Making Movies with a Green Screen • o Matt Monjan (Empire B) Tying it All Together: MovieMaker, Audacity and DE streaming • o Jannita Demian (Empire D) Get Interactive with Glogs, Voicethread & the DE Builders • o Traci Blazosky and Tom McGee (Empire C) Lights, Camera, Education! The AFI Curriculum • This is a three-hour session limited to 15 participants. o Joe Brennan (Wild Rose A and B) 3:00-4:00 PM Closing, Announcements and Challenge (Trinidad)
  • 2. Going Beyond Essays: New Kids, New Media and New Literacies Jason Ohler It is up to us to help digital kids “write the media they read” so they can be active media creators rather than just passive media consumers. We need to help them migrate from text centrism to media collage literacy in creative, thoughtful, ways. We need to help them cultivate their new media talents, adopt art as the 4th R and use research and narrative to convey their ideas in rich, compelling ways. We need to help them create media stories and projects that are articulate, transformative and help them imagine the world they want to create. And we need to help them collaborate and share their work and talents within the collaborative community of the social web. New Media Literacy and Narrative in the Education – Tools, Applications, Assessment Jason Ohler Morning session – reserved for DEN Leadership Council members Afternoon session – open to all attendees Following from the keynote, Jason demonstrates practical tools and processes for implementing new media narrative and digital storytelling projects in educational activities in exciting, creative ways using largely free digital tools. In addition he addresses a number of topics, including media assessment, media grammar and the role of research-based digital stories and media development in the curriculum. This presentation also offers practical and conceptual ways for students to participate in the world of Web 2.0 using new media narrative they create for school projects. This presentation is based on Jason’s book, Digital Storytelling in the Classroom: New Media Pathways to Literacy, Learning and Creativity (Corwin Press). Spinning a Digital Story with Web 2.0 Steve Dembo Join me for an n in-depth overview of the digital media available in Discovery Education streaming and 50 different ways to tell digital stories using it. DE streaming provides your classroom access to thousands of videos, images and audio clips. Learn how to integrate them into cutting edge Web 2.0 sites to make your students' digital stories come alive! Director’s Cut: Making Movies with a Green Screen Matt Monjan Allow your students to make real-life connections to their learning...literally. Have them become part of the show. This session will focus on ways to use digital storytelling as an important instructional tool in any content area using Adobe Premiere Elements, a green screen and you!
  • 3. Tying it All Together: Moviemaker, Audacity and DE streaming Jannita Demian The art of digital storytelling involves narrative, images, and sound. Learn how simple this can be with free software like MovieMaker and Audactiy. Any teacher can bring digital storytelling to her class--K-12!--with these great tools. Come learn how to do it, why it is important to every kind of kid, and how to leverage storytelling for learning. Get Interactive with Glogs, Voicethread & the DE Builders Traci Blazosky and Tom McGee In this session, we will ignite your quot;creative mindquot; using free web2.0 tools such as Glogster and Voicethread. We'll introduce how an interactive poster can help motivate and communicate understanding of a topic. Using the Builders within DE streaming, we will incorporate these tools and model how simple it can be to enrich instruction and motivate student learning at the same time! Lights, Camera, Education! Joe Brennan This is a three-hour session that will span the morning and afternoon sessions and is limited to 15 participants. Become a film maker for a day and add that skill to your teaching toolkit. Learn how to make standards based videos using the American Film Institute's quot;Lights! Camera! Education!quot; curriculum based on years of experience with their K-12 Screen Ed program. Learn to brainstorm, write, film, and edit a polished video that can be applied to any subject at any grade level. Leave with access to media that builds on what you have learned. The path to mastery is just a workshop away.