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Telling Our Stories
Telling Our Stories
Telling Our Stories
Telling Our Stories
Telling Our Stories
Telling Our Stories
Telling Our Stories
Telling Our Stories
Telling Our Stories
Telling Our Stories
Telling Our Stories
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Telling Our Stories

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Digital Storytelling follow up with Jason Oehler from 2007 Keystone Summit. …

Digital Storytelling follow up with Jason Oehler from 2007 Keystone Summit.

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http://theconnectedclassroom.wikispaces.com/Digital_Storytelling http://jasonohler.com/storytelling

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  • 1. Telling Our Stories Kristin Hokanson CFF Coach Upper Merion Area HS http://theconnectedclassroom.org
  • 2. “We are our stories. We compress years of experience, thought, and emotion into a few compact narratives that we convey to others and tell to ourselves.” Daniel Pink A Whole New Mind
  • 3. Digital Natives Our students today are all “native speakers” of the digital language of computers, video games, instantaneous communication, and the Internet. Digital Natives, Digital Immigrants – Marc Prensky
  • 4. “Capturing Stories, Capturing Lives: An Introduction to Digital Storytelling” David Jakes
  • 5. The Story What is the message that you wish to convey to your audience? What is the goal of your project? Who is your audience? http://www.jasonohler.com/storytelling/storymaking.cfm#storymapping
  • 6. Storymapping Focusing on the story rather than the technology. Map essential elements: conflict-resolution character transformation realization http://www.jasonohler.com/storytelling/storymaking.cfm#storymapping
  • 7. ACTIVITY Quick Story... Use the storyboard to create a quick story using the pictures in the BOX. You must use at least 8 out of the 10 pictures. How many different stories did we come up with? www.jasonohler.com/pdfs/digitalStorytellingStoryBoard.doc
  • 8. The Media It is important to think about how your selection of media: Text, Images, Video and Music affect the story you are trying to tell. ACTIVITY Three Minute Movie Sequence (from Jason Ohler's site) * Movie Sequence #1 * Movie Sequence #2 * Movie Sequence #3
  • 9. Software There are a variety of softwares that can be used for Storytelling Photo Story Movie Maker iMovie Comic Life
  • 10. Open Source You don’t need fancy software to create interesting stories Jaycut EyeSpot Jumpcut Cuts Motionbox YouTube Remixer: Adobe Premier Express
  • 11. ACTIVITY Let’s Play with some simple open source software that you can use right away with your Students ToonDoo Voice Thread
  • 12. Publishing Student Work Online Digital Video Hosting Service for Educators •TeacherTube •Next Vista Be sure to check resources to follow copyright

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