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Digital storytelling in vocational education & training

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Slides and associated video links designed to for use in face to face workshops to introduce adult educators to the DST methodology. Note the slides contain links to 3 videos.

Slides and associated video links designed to for use in face to face workshops to introduce adult educators to the DST methodology. Note the slides contain links to 3 videos.

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  • 1. Using digital stories to enhance learning & teaching
  • 2. Communication ≠ text alone image: KK+
  • 3. Digital stories combine digital images (still or video), a narrated ‘story’ or voice over, and sometimes music or sound effects into a ‘mini-movie’ that usually runs for around 2-3 minutes
  • 4. http://www.photobus.co.uk/?id=534 Scissors by Daniel Meadows
  • 5. Getting Seen Being Heard 1 - Digital Story telling by Joseph Rowntree Foundation http://vimeo.com/4045247
  • 6. So how can the DST methodology be used in VET?
  • 7. to instruct FlickR mage: visualpanic
  • 8. to engage FlickR image: AMERICANVIRUS
  • 9. to demonstrate achievement FlickR image: City College Norwich
  • 10. to capture experiences & feelings FlickR image: jackdoc101
  • 11. It’s easy! All you need: • Images – photos, screengrabs, scans, artwork, maps • Hardware – basic computer, headphone/mic • Software – PS3, iMovie, Premiere Elements etc or an online alternative such as Mixmoov • a script/ narrative • music or sound effects if you wish … and some inspiration! FlickR image by kraetzsche
  • 12. http://blip.tv/file/398394/
  • 13. Image Acknowledgements CC FlickR image by KK+ http://www.flickr.com/photos/kk/274193398 CC FlickR image by AMERICANVIRUS http://www.flickr.com/photos/americanvirus/3354994135/ CC Flickr image by visualpanic http://www.flickr.com/photos/visualpanic/1377369881 CC FlickR image by City College Norwich http://www.flickr.com/photos/citycollegenorwich/4586136839/ CC FlickR image by jackdoc101 http://www.flickr.com/photos/evan144/3813286794 CC FlickR image by kraetzsche http://www.flickr.com/photos/kraetzsche/4020010656
  • 14. Video Acknowledgements ‘Create digital stories using Photostory 3’ by sparked http://blip.tv/file/398394/ ‘Scissors’ by Daniel Meadows http://www.photobus.co.uk/?id=534 Getting Seen Being Heard 1 - Digital Story telling by Joseph Rowntree Foundation http://vimeo.com/4045247
  • 15. Robyn Jay 2010

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