Storytelling With Movies

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This shows the theoretical basis behind adding video to storytelling in the classroom.

This shows the theoretical basis behind adding video to storytelling in the classroom.

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  • 1. THEORIES, STANDARDS, AND PEER-REVIEWED ARTICLES Carol M. Walker MA, MEd, Doctoral Student
  • 2.
    • Digital Native or Immigrant?
      • Why?
      • How does this impact your techniques in the classroom?
    • Steps for any teacher thinking about storytelling with movies
      • What is important?
      • How do we get there?
      • Who do we talk to?
  • 3.
    • Cognitivist
      • Learning occurs as information is processed by the senses, manipulated mentally, and stored
      • How one thinks
    • Constructivist
      • Knowledge constructed during learning process
      • Learning is entirely unique for each person depending on experiences shaping mental thoughts
      • Jean Piaget: four major stages
      • Albert Bandura: social constructivism, learning is a collaborative effort to construct common core of knowledge
  • 4.
    • Howard Gardner’s Multiple Intelligence
  • 5.
    • Learning Style
      • Three primary learning modalities
        • Auditory
        • Visual
        • Kinesthetic
    • Affects learning regardless of psychological perspective
  • 6.
    • National Educational Technology Standards
      • NETS for Students
      • NETS for Teachers
  • 7.
    • http://www.royaltyfreemusic.com/free-music-program/application.html
    • Podcasting directions
  • 8.
    • Lever-Duffy,J., McDonald, J., & Mizell, A. (2005). Teaching and learning with technology, 2 nd edition. New York: Pearson.
    • McKenzie, W. (2005). Multiple intelligences and instructional technology. Oregon: International Society for Technology in Education.