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    • 1. Student Outcomes and Digital Documentaries in the Social Studies Classroom Meghan McGlinn Manfra SITE Conference, Charleston, SC March 2009
    • 2. Frameworks
      • Powerful & Authentic Social Studies:
      • Construction of knowledge
      • Disciplined Inquiry
      • Value beyond school
      • Digital History
      • TPACK: Technological pedagogical content knowledge
    • 3.  
    • 4. Digital Documentaries
      • Short (2-3min) digital presentation, following typical narrative structure
      • Sample movie: Westward expansion
    • 5. Production process Write Select images Narrate Apply motion Write Select images Narrate Apply motion
    • 6. Paths of inquiry for the social studies
      • Content knowledge acquisition
      • Citizenship
        • Examination of multiple narratives
      • Historic thinking
        • Perspective taking
        • Primary source analysis
      • Writing skills
    • 7. Context Teacher pedagogical aims Role of the curriculum Student
    • 8. Study of Student Outcomes
      • Research questions:
        • As students approach digital documentary-making, what pre-existing conceptions do they impose?
        • How do their expectations interact with the teachers' intentions to shape the final products or learning?
    • 9. Findings
      • Student preconceptions about digital media and digital video
      • Limitations of the form/function of the application
      • Going beyond the intended curriculum
      • Mimetic learning
      • Teacher pedagogical aims
    • 10. Discussion
      • Recognition of student perceptions
      • Dynamic interplay of a technology-rich classroom
      • Technological and pedagogical limitations