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An introduction to Digital Storytelling

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  • New technology tools allow us to connect , communicate and collaborate easily with others around the world. Stories are all about these three C’s and lend themselves naturally to create a bridge between teaching and integrating technology. Digital Storytelling is tool that can support teaching and learning in any subject area.We connect on an emotional level with people and events in stories and we connect them to experiences in our own lives.Stories let us communicate our perspective and perceptionStories are usually a collaborative effort of stories’ characters, their actions and points of view. Stories that have been passed down through generations allow voices from the past be intermingled with voices from the present. Remixing and re-makes of stories add new twists, new perspectives, new

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  • Digital Storytelling: blended learning at its best
    JoAnn Miller, Macmillan Publishers
    joannmillerj@gmail.com
  • Overview
    Introduction
    Examples
    Production
    Presentation
    Evaluation
  • Storytelling is an ancient art form and a valuable form of human expression
    Langwitches Blog: The magic of learning: April 19, 2008.
  • Storytelling is the interactive art of using wordsand actions to reveal the elements and images of a story while encouraging the listener’s imagination.
    Langwitches Blog: The magic of learning: April 19, 2008.
  • interactive
    Charles Brasch interactive, Samuel Mann http://www.flickr.com/photos/21218849@N03/3528140246/
  • actions
    words
    images
    Flickr: Boa-sorte&Care ca's photostream, RossinaBossioB
  • imagination
  • Langwitches Blog: The magic of learning: April 19, 2008.
  • Planning
    7 Elements of Digital Stories
    Audience – who is it for?
    Purpose - inform, educate, entertain, scare?
    Content - meaningful
    Voice - perspective
    Technology - to extend the story.
    Connections - connect with the participants.
    Economy - Stories tell enough to get the point across and no more.
    Digital storytelling: http://www.teachingteachers.com/plan.htm
  • Brainstorm
    Consider audience and purpose.
    Digital storytelling: http://www.teachingteachers.com/plan.htm
    Planning Steps
  • Narrative Script
    Get the ideas on paper
    Write the story and share it with others
    Comment on its strengths and weaknesses
    Worry about content…not form at the beginning
    Planning Steps
  • Process Writing
    (White, Arndt, 1991)
  • Determine the sequence of the story
    Benjamin Porter, Story Boarding Template: http://www.digitales.us
    Planning Steps
  • Find Images and Music
    Planning Steps
  • Creating
    The Elements of Digitalstorytelling, http://www.inms.umn.edu/elements/media_type.php?title=Type
  • Software
    Audacity (sound)
    Windows movie maker (video)
    Glogs (poster)
    Comic Makers
  • Movie maker
  • glogster
  • Cartoon makers
  • Presentation
    The important part is SHARING
    Audience
    Tools:
    YouTube/TeacherTube
    Voice Thread
    Blogs/Wikis
  • 7th Grade by Amy Cobb http://ed.voicethread.com/library/9
  • http://voicethread4education.wikispaces.com/K-2
    Collecting 100 comments for 100 Day celebration
  • On VoiceThread
    Ellie Tells a Story
    Jose, the bear travels to Egypt
  • Evaluation
    By Rubrics
    A rubric is used to evaluate the quality of student work on a complex project, by using several categories.
    Rubistar
  • http://digitalstorytelling.coe.uh.edu/rubrics.html
  • Electronic Village Online (EVO)-2010TESOL-CALL Interest Section
    six week online discussion sessions or hands-on virtual workshops
    free and open to all interested parties. You do not need to be a TESOL member to participate. 
    Call for participation: early December
    Registration: January 4-10
    Sessions: January 11 - February 21, 2010
    http://evosessions.pbworks.com/Call_for_Participation2010
  • Handout available at: www.efltasks.net
    Take time to look around….there are a number of downloadable and online activities for all levels
  • Delicious jabbusch
    http://delicious.com/jabbusch
  • Thank you very much
    JoAnn Miller (Macmillan)
    miller@room20.org
    joannmillerj@gmail.com
    Copies of the handout are available at:
    www.efltasks.net (Presentations) http://delicious.com/jabbusch