Tell It Like It Is


 Digital Storytelling
Across the Curriculum
Agenda
•   Welcome and Introductions
•   What is Digital Storytelling?
•   Educational Examples
•   Resources
•   Discussi...
What is Digital Storytelling?
• A blending of the age-old art of storytelling
  and the power of new technology that is ea...
7 Elements of Digital Storytelling
1.   Point of View – What is the main point of the story and the
     author’s perspect...
Educational Examples
The Very Last of the Great Wangdoodles

The Ghost Ship

Digitales StoryKeepers’ Gallery
Curriculum Ideas
•   Social Studies                       •   Math
     •   Historical figure perspective        •   Geome...
What do I need?
•   A story
•   Images / videos
•   Microphone connected to computer
•   Music
•   PhotoStory 3
PhotoStory Demonstration
Your Task
Share Your Story
Resources
• EES Wiki
Q&A

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Digital Storytelling Ees 09

  1. 1. Tell It Like It Is Digital Storytelling Across the Curriculum
  2. 2. Agenda • Welcome and Introductions • What is Digital Storytelling? • Educational Examples • Resources • Discussion and Questions
  3. 3. What is Digital Storytelling? • A blending of the age-old art of storytelling and the power of new technology that is easy to learn and use • Creating and telling stories using text, audio, and images to creat a deeper understanding for themselves as the author and greater emotional connection for the audience
  4. 4. 7 Elements of Digital Storytelling 1. Point of View – What is the main point of the story and the author’s perspective? 2. A Dramatic Question – What is the key question that keeps the viewer’s attention and will be answered at the end of the story. 3. Emotional Content – Serious issues that come alive in a personal and powerful way and connects the story to the audience. 4. Voice – A way to personalize the story to help the audience understand the context. 5. The Soundtrack – Music or other sounds that support and embellish the storyline. 6. Economy – Using just enough content to tell the story without overloading the viewer. 7. Pacing – The rhythm of the story and how slowly or quickly it progresses.
  5. 5. Educational Examples The Very Last of the Great Wangdoodles The Ghost Ship Digitales StoryKeepers’ Gallery
  6. 6. Curriculum Ideas • Social Studies • Math • Historical figure perspective • Geometry walk • Historical events • Math around us • Authentic stories • Act out math problems (use • Community stories various strategies) • Regional or local stories • Health • Science • Staying healthy (interview health • Inventions professionals) • • A different point of view Animals - Plants • • Public service announcements Farming • • Nutrition Retell stories • • Physical Education Change story elements • Fitness • Language Arts • Sports history • Authentic student writing • Create ads • Fiction • Art • Interview local artists • Meet the masters • Through the eyes of an artist
  7. 7. What do I need? • A story • Images / videos • Microphone connected to computer • Music • PhotoStory 3
  8. 8. PhotoStory Demonstration
  9. 9. Your Task
  10. 10. Share Your Story
  11. 11. Resources • EES Wiki
  12. 12. Q&A Comments

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