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  • Digital Storytelling   Samantha Morra Montclair, NJ http://www.samanthamorra.com Twitter: sammorra
  • About Me 5 Years in Middle School 13 Years in Elementary Teaching for 18 years Conducted Staff Development for Montclair for 12 years Recently presented at: NECC 2009, Educon 2.1 and 2.2, NJECC, Tech Forum Northeast, NJEA Technology Showcase, Kean Center for Innovative Education, Classroom 2.0 Learning Institute for Teachers at Montclair State University, NJECC Annual Conference-March, NJECC- Digital Learning Institute Google Certified Teacher
  • Digital Storytelling The use of audio and video tools to communicate. Digital Storytelling Podcasting Moviemaking Flash Animation Scratch Students become creators of content, not just consumers.
  • Digital Storytelling “ Movies, advertisements, and all other visual media are tools teachers need to use and media we must master if we are to maintain our credibility in the coming years.” Jim Burke, The English Teacher’s Companion
  • "We find ourselves living during the greatest communication revolution in history, where image-dominant literacies of screen, animation, technology, video game, and picture are starting to share the stage with the traditional print-text literacies.” Kathleen Monnin, Assistant Professor of Literacy at the University of North Florida Digital Storytelling
  • Digital Storytelling “ We live in a world of moving images. To participate fully in our society and its culture means to be as confident in the use and understanding of moving images as of the printed word. Both are essential aspects of literacy in the twenty-first century.” Source: Film: 21st Century Literacy
  • Digital Storytelling "If video is how we are communicating and persuading in this new century, why aren't more students writing screenplays as part of their schoolwork?" Heidi Hayes Jacobs
  • Digital Storytelling “ If people aren’t taught the language of sound and images, shouldn’t they be considered as illiterate as if they left college without being able to read or write?”  George Lucas
  • Examples
  • Giving Students a Voice My Dream For the Future Voice- Dream For the Future
  • Curriculum Connections Social Studies Vote Movie
  • Curriculum Connections Health What It Means to Be Pretty
  • Curriculum Connections Language Arts Take A Stand
  • Teacher Created Curriculum Connections Language Arts Lord of the Flies
  • Digital Authoring is active, dynamic, community building, and radically democratic. Digital Storytelling
  • Digital Storytelling Good Digital Stories Are personal Begin with the story/script Are concise Use readily-available source materials Include universal story elements Involve collaboration
  • Digital Storytelling Skills that Creating a Digital Story Covers Writing Skills Construct a story Sequence and Summarize Edit and Proofread Use descriptive words Use words to create imagery Understand Copyright
  • Digital Storytelling Skills that Creating a Digital Story Covers Speaking and Visual Skills Show expression and enunciation Learn projecting and phrasing Communicate ideas Engage the audience Match images with voice Match music with script
  • Digital Storytelling Skills that Creating a Digital Story Covers Technical Skills Use digital images Create digital images Create and Record voice and music
  • Digital Storytelling Skills that Creating a Digital Story Covers Personal Development Skills Media Literacy Enhance self-confidence Build community Establish observational skills Develop social skills
  • Digital Storytelling Getting Started Staff and Community Teachers willing to take risks Administrative Support Parental Support Staff Development Technical RAM Storage space Microphones Headphones Students Guidelines for construction Assessment tools
  • Step One: Write a Proposal Step Two: Research Step Three: Develop a Script Step Seven: Share Step Six: Put It All Together Step Five: Gather/Create Audio and Video Content Step Eight: Feedback and Reflect Step Four: Storyboard Start to think about our next project. You will choose a topic and write a proposal. For a nonfiction topic include : The topic 5 interesting things about the topic Why it interests you. For a fiction topic include: Who the story is about What the story is about For other types of writing, like poems: What will it be about Start it and then we will discuss it. Digital Storytelling: Step by Step
  • Step One: Write a Proposal Step Two: Research Step Three: Develop a Script Step Seven: Share Step Six: Put It All Together Step Five: Gather/Create Audio and Video Content Step Eight: Feedback and Reflect Step Four: Storyboard Research from a variety of sources Validate your sources Organize your research Digital Storytelling: Step by Step
  • Step One: Write a Proposal Step Two: Research Step Three: Develop a Script Step Seven: Share Step Six: Put It All Together Step Five: Gather/Create Audio and Video Content Step Eight: Feedback and Reflect Step Four: Storyboard Pull together your research Find your voice Write! Digital Storytelling: Step by Step
  • Step One: Write a Proposal Step Two: Research Step Three: Develop a Script Step Seven: Share Step Six: Put It All Together Step Five: Gather/Create Audio and Video Content Step Eight: Feedback and Reflect Step Four: Storyboard Map out your script Think of the images you will need Digital Storytelling: Step by Step
  • Step One: Write a Proposal Step Two: Research Step Three: Develop a Script Step Seven: Share Step Six: Put It All Together Step Five: Gather/Create Audio and Video Content Step Eight: Feedback and Reflect Step Four: Storyboard Audio GarageBand (Mac) Audacity http://audacity.sourceforge.net/   Mixcraft http://www.acoustica.com/mixcraf t/index.htm Downloads Soundsnap http://www. soundsnap.com/ Digital Storytelling: Step by Step
  • Step One: Write a Proposal Step Two: Research Step Three: Develop a Script Step Seven: Share Step Six: Put It All Together Step Five: Gather/Create Audio and Video Content Step Eight: Feedback and Reflect Step Four: Storyboard Video/Images Create you own Use words Capture from a camera Public Domain/Wikipedia/Creative Commons Digital Storytelling: Step by Step
  • Step One: Write a Proposal Step Two: Research Step Three: Develop a Script Step Seven: Share Step Six: Put It All Together Step Five: Gather/Create Audio and Video Content Step Eight: Feedback and Reflect Step Four: Storyboard Mac iMovie GarageBand PC Moviemaker Digital Storytelling: Step by Step
  • Step One: Write a Proposal Step Two: Research Step Three: Develop a Script Step Seven: Share Step Six: Put It All Together Step Five: Gather/Create Audio and Video Content Step Eight: Feedback and Reflect Step Four: Storyboard Digital Storytelling: Step by Step “ Good stress” School website YouTube
  • Step One: Write a Proposal Step Three: Develop a Script Step Seven: Share Step Six: Put It All Together Step Five: Gather/Create Audio and Video Content Step Eight: Feedback and Reflect Step Four: Storyboard Step Two: Research Assess throughout the process Use a rubric rubistar.4teachers.org Give students opportunity for reflection Digital Storytelling: Step by Step
  • Resource My Delicious DIgitial Storytelling http://www.delicious.com/samanthamorra/digitalstorytelling   Comics http://www.delicious.com/samanthamorra/comics   Fun Discovery Learning-Shark Week http://dsc.discovery.com/convergence/sharkweek/video-mixer/video-mixer.html Myths and Legends Storyboard http://myths.e2bn.org/story_creator/ Digital Storytelling
  • Questions to Ask   What is the story?     What is your story? Digital Storytelling