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Digital Storytelling

Digital Storytelling



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    • “ Where I am From” Digital Poetry A lesson in integrating technology By Colleen Graves Denton Independent School District "Digital storytelling takes the ancient art of oral storytelling and engages a palette of technical tools to weave personal tales using images, graphics, music, and sound mixed together with the author's own story voice." Bernajean Porter
    • Show Movie Now
    • What do we want to do?
      • Be actively engaged
      • Integrate technology with writing
      • Explore ways to meet the needs of visual learners and other types multiple intelligences
    • Research- “The Learning Cycle” David Kolb from Dewey, Piaget, Lewin
      • Deep Learning (learning for real comprehension) comes from a sequence of:
      • Experience
      • Reflection
      • Abstraction
      • Active testing
    • Research cont.
      • “ Reflection is a search for connections.” -James Zull
      • “ ...our experiences must matter in our lives if we are to learn from them.” -James Zull
      • “ Storytelling builds community”- Tom Banaszewski
    • Why use Technology?
      • Strategies that promote “Intrinsic Motivation” and maintain the process of Lifelong learning: Wikis, Blogs, Digital Storytelling, Games
      • These types of strategies promote learner ownership of content, purpose and process.
      • From: Barrett, H. (2005). Storytelling in higher education: A theory of reflection on practice to support deep learning.
    • Windows Movie Maker Instruction
      • See attached Helpsheet
      • What we want to accomplish: Find and upload one picture for our “Where I am from” Poem. You can finish your entire presentation during your work time if you so choose.
    • Student Examples
      • Let’s visit a webpage and view an example:
      • http://leader.louisville.edu/ edtl / kajder /outside_in/chapters. htm
      • Show Student Sounder Videos
    • Links to check out
      • Techie Blog: http://www.ncs-tech.org/?p=645
      • Digital storytelling across the content areas: http://leader.louisville.edu/edtl/kajder/outside_in/blc_digstory. htm
      • http://bringingtheoutsidein.com/
      • Tech Savvy English Classroom: http://www.techsavvyenglish.com/
      • Center for Digital Storytelling : http://www.storycenter.org/
    • More Links:
      • Examples of Digital Stories: http://leader.louisville.edu/edtl/kajder/outside_in/chapters. htm
      • MovieMaker Tutorial with screen shots: http://leader.louisville.edu/edtl/kajder/outside_in/chapters. htm
      • Scroll down and look for Movie Maker Tutorial "Part one" and "Part Two"
    • Bibliography
      • Salpeter, Judy (2005) Telling Tales with Technology retrieved June 6, 2007 from Tech Learning website: http://www.techlearning.com/shared/printableArticle.php?articleID=60300276
      • Barrett, H. (2005). Storytelling in higher education: A theory of reflection on practice to support deep learning . Technology and Teacher Education Annual 2005. Charlottesville, VA: Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education, pages 1878-1883. PowerPoint slides online at: http://electronicportfolios.com/portfolios/Kean.pdf
    • Bibliography cont.
      • Banaszewski, T. (2002). Digital storytelling finds its place in the classroom . Multimedia Schools Retrieved June 6, 2007 from Infotoday website: http://www.infotoday.com/MMSchools/jan02/banaszewski. htm