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    • Digital Storytelling in the Content Curriculum Tom Turner – Polk County Schools
    • Defining our students
      • Multi-taskers
      • Creators
      • Innovators
      • Connected
      • Engaged
      • Open and Transparent
      • What does all this mean?
      • Most of our students are more knowledgeable with computers than the teacher at the front of the class
    • What is Digital Storytelling?
      • The New Oral Tradition
    • Goals
      • Appeal to the diverse learning styles of our students
      • Generate interest and motivation for the ‘digital natives’ we teach
      • Increase collaborative research skills
      • Develop communication skills
    • Authentic Assessment
      • Teaching today is data driven (FCAT, Kaplan, DIBELS, Thinklink)
      • Skill & Drill is not the answer
      • Digital Storytelling follows the Project Based Learning Approach
        • Student Inquiry
        • New Bloom’s Top Level: Create (generate, produce, construct)
    • Storytelling Ideas
      • Use as anticipatory set of a unit
      • Integrate with other applications
        • Inspiration
        • Google Earth – Virtual Tourism
        • Timeliner
      • Project-based learning with an essential question
    • Storytelling Ideas
      • First Person Narratives - “All About Me”
    • Storytelling Ideas
      • Examining Historical Events
    • Storytelling Ideas
      • Informational or Instructional
    • Storytelling Ideas
      • Voicethread – Digital Storytelling meets web 2.0
    • Steps to Implementation
    • Research & Organize
      • Plan, Plan, Plan!
      • Gather Resources for student use
      • Hardware/Software demands
    • Teaching Storytelling to Students
      • Be the expert for your students
      • Demonstrate any software/hardware to be used
      • Share exemplary examples ( http://www.digitales.us )
      • Explain expectations - Rubric
    • Student Inquiry
      • Student Brainstorming
      • Creating Storyboards – have a template to be used ( American Film Institute )
      • Scripting - building writing skills
      • Creating – Bloom’s Taxonomy
    •  
    • Reflection
      • Teacher Reflection
        • What went well?
        • What didn’t go well?
        • What could be improved?
        • Interview students
      • Student Reflection
        • Did I do my best?
        • What I liked about this project?
        • What did I learn from this project?
    • Tools of the Trade
      • Digital Camera
      • Digital Video Camera
      • Tripod – gorilla pod 
      • Scanner
      • Computer (OS not dependent)
      • Flash/Thumb Drive (not necessary)
      • Blank CD-R’s
    • Tools of the Trade
      • Microsoft Photostory3 (free download)
      • Windows Moviemaker (free/installed on Windows XP Machines)
      • iMovie (Mac OS only)
      • Adobe Premier Elements
      • Adobe Photoshop Elements
      • Audacity ( free download )
    • Tools of the Trade – Web 2.0
      • Picasa – www.google.com
      • Fotoflexer - fotoflexer.com
      • TeacherTube – teachertube.com
      • Discovery Education streaming – streaming.discoveryeducation.com
      • FreePlay Music - freeplaymusic.com/
      • Picnik – www.picknik.com
      • FLICKR – www.flickr.com
    • Tools of the Trade – Web 2.0
      • 50 Tools – compiled by Alan Levine
      • Cliotech Digital Storytelling Resources – http://jdorman.wikispaces.com/digitalstorytelling
      • Virtual Tourism - virtualtourism.blogspot.com/
    • Jennifer Dorman – PA
      • “ I think that digital storytelling puts students in the "driver's seat" and invests them in the learning process because they are constructing, understanding and uncovering learning while the teacher may facilitate the process; it is the students who are thinking and learning in rigorous and relevant ways”
    • Steve Dembo – Chicago, IL
      • “ Writing a story allows students to express themselves. Digital storytelling gives their expressions life.”
    • Diana Laufenberg – Flagstaff, AZ
      • “ Providing students the flexibility and creativity to digitally craft their own stories has been one of the most professionally transformative moments of my career.”
    • My Contact Information
      • Email
        • [email_address]
      • Blog
        • http://tnturner.edublogs.org
      • Wiki
        • http://tnturner.wikispaces.com
      • Skype
        • tom.turner19
      • IM
        • Yahoo and AIM – mithrass19