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TSP digital storytelling for inquiry projects

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  • 1.  Video reports on inquiry projects Mart Laanpere, head of the Centre for Educational Technology, Tallinn University
  • 2. Inquiry-based learning  Inquiry-based learning: approaches to learning that are based on the investigation of questions, scenarios or problems - often assisted by a facilitator  Learning the same way the scientists do: by questioning, exploring, discovering, explaining, test ing, observing, (in)validating, arguments  In the new national curriculum for Estonian schools, IBL is compulsory (integrated in subject curricula and compulsory inquiry project instead state exam)
  • 3. Progressive inquiry
  • 4. Digital storytelling + inquiry  Learning through storytelling: an ancient method, similar to Socratic method (dialogical learning)  Digital storytelling: compiling your personal/life story with digital media  Trialogical learning (Paavola et al): where learners are collaboratively developing, transforming, or creating shared objects of activity (such as conceptual artefacts, practices, products) in a systematic fashion  Vision of Students Today – a viral Youtube video, combining inquiry learning with digital storytelling
  • 5. Your task  Form the groups of 3-4, using TeamUp.aalto.fi  In each group, there should be persons with the following roles:  Data collector – conducts surveys, interviews…  Script writer – creates the storyline, narration…  Movie editor – shoots and cuts the video clips  Tools: Google Docs, iPad Mini (iMovie), Socrative
  • 6. The criteria for ouput  Duration of the video: max 3 min  Defines and answers 1-2 research questions, e.g.:  What could be causing Wifi jams?  How to avoid physical damage of tablets?  Which creatures were making that noise at the pond?  What are the teaching perspectives of TSP participants and how are these related with gender/age/nationality?  Toilet paper preferences among TSP-ers: over vs under?  Digital/video storytelling based on collected data  Follows the style of “Vision of Students Today”  Uploaded to Youtube, presented and reflected in the end of the session

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