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Agenda digital storytelling session 1
Agenda digital storytelling session 1
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  • 1. Title: Digital Storytelling Author(s) Gomes/Masters Course # NA 1 Digital Storytelling 818-203-9074 Note: Ed Tech Workshops’ course outlines and agendas are copyrighted materials and cannot be duplicated without the written permission of Ed Tech Workshops. ActivitiesSession 1Time8:00 am – 8;30am: Vision- No matter how many, or how few, technological devices a  Introductions teacher has at their disposal, they can help the students in their class  course complete a digital storytelling project. requirements Mission-Help teachers develop a set of questions that drive the storytelling process whether the students are enrolled in EL, special  course content education, or gifted components, have technology skills or not, etc. With  Workshop these questions the teachers will be able to guide the students as they schedule develop the process that helps them to gather and organize the outline  How to retrieve for their story, create a framework that indicates the type of technology emails from they will employ to tell their story, and the type of individual or group dynamics necessary to complete their individual projects. any computer Outcome-Every student will be empowered to tell his or her own story, whatever that may be.8:30 am – 10;00 am: Opening remarks leading to discussion::  There is an assumption that everyone is a storyteller in some way, even if only helping them tell scenarios in sequential order, forgetting that some children grow up without the luxury of parents who tell stories to their children at an early age and continue the habit through family discourse.  Narratives are not always stories and stories are not always narratives. Discussion with the participants:  Do you tell stories?  What is your earliest recollection of being told a story, or telling a story?  How did you learn to tell stories? Do you enjoy telling stories An Introduction to Digital Storytelling In the following example, various video clips, including scenes from movies, television shows and news broadcasts, were downloaded from the web and then edited together to create a video introduction to digital storytelling. The purpose of the video is to show how historical video clips can be used along with still images to tell a story and hopefully,
  • 2. 2 inspire viewers to think about how they can use digital media to tell their own stories. In this example, the narrator provides a personal account about growing up during the period before the advent of personal computers, and how entertainment and important historical events were depicted in the media and helped forge a view of the modern world. Discussion: What is digital storytelling? How do I guide your class10-10:15 BREAK10:15-10:30 Give suggestions about what OUTSIDE PREPARATION Write a to write. Some people are story that you can tell to your not comfortable with personal students, Illustrate that story with stories. clip art/photos. Turn your story into a Project (Powerpoint, video, etc.)that could be used to introduce digital storytelling to your students. File name my digital story webliography your first and last name Instructors will guide GUIDED PRACTICE Explain10:30-12:30 participants through webliography and begin to create resources and discussion examples that include these 5 areas. lesson Plan/Project Definition of Digital Storytelling 2 possibilities for age Elements of Digital Storytelling 3. appropriateness, subject Educational Theory in Using Digital matter, format, etc. and using Storytelling 4. Digital Storytelling digital story telling strategies Examples 5. Media Sources for Guided Practice: (SEE Developing Digital Storytelling RESOURCES BELOW*) Review of resources OUTSIDE PREPARATION: Create a available for teaching webliography of sites that have students to complete digital exemplary digital story telling ideas storytelling projects. and lessons. Describe at least 10 FAVORITE! lessons that might be appropriate for your grade and curriculum. Give the (Bernajean Porter -Extensive advantages and disadvantages that listings for this resource is to you see in each of the lessons. Send do a Google search for to the instructor via email. File name Bernajean Porter Digitales ) digital story telling webliography your first and last name *These resources will be available on Ed Tech Workshop site for future use12:30 – 1:00 pm LUNCH
  • 3. 31:00 – 1:45: Small group discussions based on the questions below. by instructional age groups Report out results will be scribed in order to keep track of the projects selected during discussion. Small groups based on age groups of students and/or subject matter discuss  Why is it important for the students in your classes to tell stories?  What do you want the students in your class to be able to do with storytelling? Report Out ;our group should be able to answer these questions:  What was the result of the small group discussion?  Were you able to help each member of the group develop the guiding principle that they will use when developing their digital storytelling lesson.  What are the projects?1:45 – 2:15pm Discussion: Using the questions below the instructor will ask the participants to answer these questions in general. What questions will you ask so that the students, themselves, will be able to create their digital stories? How will these questions help them to form cohesive and functioning teams to complete the projects? Given the technology you have available, how will you facilitate the process of completing the projects? What do you need to consider, administratively, such as time needed to complete the projects based on the availability of materials and equipment, language and ability, and group dynamics? OUTSIDE PREPARATION: Using the questions above answer the questions in a paper (two pages) with your particular class in mind. (Email to instructor) File name “Questions your name”2:15-2:45 A Guided Practice: In there groups, Participants will return to the resources list below to choose appropriate materials to be used with each participant’s projected lesson plan. Make sure that you have a group scribe who can write out choices and send to each group member by email.2:45- 4:30 Download LESSON PLAN TEMPLATE, below. Guided Practice: Participants will work to construct lessons plans while instructors mentor. By the close of class each participant should have a basic outline for their project including objective, standards, reference materials appropriate for age level and plan for what media will be used to produce digital stories. . 4:30-4:45 OUTSIDE PREPARATION: Continue to develop the lesson plan based on the template. Participants are told that they will receive feedback from the other members of the class and the instructors on day two OUTSIDE PREPARATION 2 Have a discussion with their students about what technologies they wish to use in telling their digital story. Write down the students wishes and be prepared to discuss the different applications with your group in order to prepare instruction sheets or online tutorials according
  • 4. 4 to the students4:45-5:00: Saving Sign OutAssignments Questions Reminder: 1. Webliography 2. Two page paper on challenges of developing lessons in your classroom 3. Write your own digital story 4. Poll yoiur class for technology application wishes 5. Work on lesson Plan
  • 5. 5LESSON PLAN TEMPLATESchool NameSchool LocationYour Name and e-mail address1. Introduction Insert a brief overview of your lesson plan. Remember teachers areyour target audience on this page. Then, list your:SubjectTopic:Grade Level:Student Lesson URL:2. Standards Addressed List the California State Standards your lesson addresses.3. Instructional Objectives Insert your performance objectives here.4. Student Activities Insert brief summaries of your introductory, enabling, and culminatingactivities. Insert links to online resources in your text and insert links to activities on your student lessonweb site.5. A. Introductory Activity B. Enabling Activity c. Culminating Activity6. Assessment Insert your evaluation instrument here.7. Web Resources & Supplementary Materials A. Introductory Activity List and link the web resources for this activity here. Also link supplementary materials as PDF files and /or download files. B. Enabling Activity List and link the web resources for this activity here. Also link supplementary materials as PDF files and /or download files. C. Culminating Activity List and link the web resources for this activity here. Also link supplementary materials as PDF files and /or download files.8. Teaching Instructions, tips and organizational thoughts that will help you and anyone else trying yourlesson
  • 6. 6 Digital StoryTelling ResourcesDefinition of Digital StorytellingWhat is Digital Storytelling? Art of Digital Storytelling Storytelling in the Language Arts Classroom Tales with Technology of Digital StorytellingThe Elements of Digital Storytelling Questioning Toolkit Storytelling: Who, What, Where Look at the 7 Elements Storytelling Cookbook Classroom Uses of Digital Storytelling/ExamplesDigital Stories by Students and Teachers Storytelling Finds Its Place in the Classroom Storytelling in the Scott County Schools the Bar on Student Performance and Achievement: Evaluating Digital Products Case for Digital Storytelling in the Classroom Narrations Theory in Using Digital StorytellingDigital Tools Easier to Grasp Journalism Is Here to Stay
  • 7. 7Media Sources for Developing Digital StorytellingCreative Commons Effects Photo Music Music Digital Storytelling SitesCenter for Digital Storytelling Storytelling Network Barretts Digital Storytelling Website Storytelling Education! - Digital Storytelling" Storytelling from Winnipeg School Division Wales: Digital Storytelling in Time
  • 8. 8 TEMPLATE FOR WEBLIOGRAPHYHomework 1Create a webliography of sites that have exemplary digital story telling ideas and lessons.Describe at least 10 lessons that might be appropriate for your grade and curriculum. Give theadvantages and disadvantages that you see in each of the lessons.(6 hours)What grade do you subject or grade taught__________________Digital StoryTelling Curriculum URL where it was found Advantages for Disadvantages for your classLesson or idea Area or your class standardEXAMPLEDocudrama Immigration This would I do not have many computers resonate with my in my classroom so we would kids who mostly probably have only 4 or 5 come from stories done bin groups immigrant families, and they could actual do interviews