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    1. 1. Digital Storytelling EduCon 2.2 Samantha Morra Montclair, NJ http://www.samanthamorra.com Twitter: sammorra
    2. 2. Digital Storytelling “A whole new Web is emerging from the wilds of cyberspace. It's no longer all about idly surfing and passively reading, listening, or watching. It's about doing: sharing, socializing, collaborating, and, most of all, creating.” Hof, Robert. "It's A Whole New Web." BusinessWeek - Business News, Stock Market & Financial Advice. 26 Sep. 2005. <http://www.businessweek.com/magazine/content/05_39/b3952401.htm>.
    3. 3. 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
    4. 4. Digital Storytelling "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
    5. 5. 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
    6. 6. 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
    7. 7. 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
    8. 8. Digital Storytelling Digital Authoring is active, dynamic, community building, and radically democratic.
    9. 9. Blueberries The Blackboard and the Bottom Line -Larry Cuban
    10. 10. 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
    11. 11. 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
    12. 12. 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
    13. 13. Digital Storytelling Skills that Creating a Digital Story Covers Technical Skills Use digital images Create digital images Create and Record voice and music
    14. 14. 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
    15. 15. Digital Storytelling What do you need to get started? Staff and Community Administrative Support Parental Support Teachers willing to take risks Technical Staff Development RAM Storage space Microphones Students Headphones Guidelines for construction Assessment tools
    16. 16. Digital Storytelling: Step by Step Step One: Write a Proposal Step Two: Research Step Three: Develop a Script Step Four: Storyboard Step Five: Gather/Create Audio andVideo Content Step Six: Put It All Together Step Seven: Share Step Eight: Feedback and Reflect
    17. 17. iTunes-The Basics iTunes is an application for both Mac and PC iTunes allows you listen to Audio and watch video content from the web It is free and can be downloaded at http://www.apple.com/itunes/download/
    18. 18. What is Podcasting Podcasting is a blend of the words iPod and broadcast The term podcast implies the ability to deliver programs like other broadcast media but it has some significant differences and advantages
    19. 19. Podcasts-The Basics Advantages of Podcasting Podcasts can be downloaded and viewed anytime and anywhere Podcasts can be subscribed to and automatically downloaded Anyone can create a podcast
    20. 20. iTunes U-The Basics iTunes U launched May 30, 2007 iTunes U puts the power of the iTunes Store to work for colleges and universities, so users can easily search, download, and play course content just like they do music, movies, and TV shows. "Apple Education iTunesU Overview." Apple. 15 Sep. 2008 <www.apple.com/education/itunesu_mobilelearning/itunesu.html>.
    21. 21. Podcasts in Education Podcasts in Education Learning can take place anytime and anywhere Information is presented in a way that reflects the multimedia world in which our students live Playback
    22. 22. iTunes U K12 iTunes U K12 launched June 20, 2008 “iTunes K-12 has the potential to be as varied and useful as iTunes U proper.” Pinchefsky, Carol. "iTunes K-12 Section Has Some Growing Up to Do."
    23. 23. New Jersey’s Montclair Public Schools This school system has a large amount of student- produced podcasts, many of them so comprehensive that students all over the world will be tempted to crib the information they provide. “Suffrage” is a brief slideshow presentation about the history of the 19th Amendment, which was very well-done. “Girls--Self Image” video podcast teaches girls that they can all be beautiful.
    24. 24. Digital Authoring: Step by Step Step One: Write a Proposal Step Two: Research Start to think about our next project. You will choose a topic and write a proposal. Step Three: Develop a Script For a nonfiction topic include : Step Four: The topic Storyboard 5 interesting things about the topic Why it interests you. Step Five: Gather/Create Audio and For a fiction topic include: Video Content Who the story is about Step Six: What the story is about Put It All Together For other types of writing, like poems: Step Seven: What will it be about Share Start it and then we will discuss it. Step Eight: Feedback and Reflect
    25. 25. Digital Authoring: Step by Step Step One: Step Two: Write a Proposal Research Research from a variety of sources Step Three: Develop a Script Validate your sources Step Four: Storyboard Organize your research Step Five: Gather/Create Audio and Video Content Step Six: Put It All Together Step Seven: Share Step Eight: Feedback and Reflect
    26. 26. Digital Authoring: Step by Step Step One: Step Three: Write a Proposal Develop a Script Step Two: Research Pull together your research Find your voice Step Four: Storyboard Write! Step Five: Gather/Create Audio and Video Content Step Six: Put It All Together Step Seven: Share Step Eight: Feedback and Reflect
    27. 27. Digital Authoring: Step by Step Step One: Step Four: Write a Proposal Storyboard Step Two: Research Map out your script Step Three: Develop a Script Think of the images you will need Step Five: Gather/Create Audio and Video Content Step Six: Put It All Together Step Seven: Share Step Eight: Feedback and Reflect
    28. 28. Digital Authoring: Step by Step Step One: Step Five: Write a Proposal Gather/Create Audio and Video Content Step Two: Research Audio Step Three: GarageBand (Mac) Develop a Script Audacity Step Four: http://audacity.sourceforge.net/ Storyboard Mixcraft http://www.acoustica.com/mixcraft/index.htm Step Six: Downloads Put It All Together Soundsnap http://www.soundsnap.com/ Step Seven: Share Step Eight: Feedback and Reflect
    29. 29. Digital Authoring: Step by Step Step One: Step Five: Write a Proposal Gather/Create Audio and Video Content Step Two: Video/Images Research Create you own Step Three: Develop a Script Step Four: Use words Storyboard Capture from a camera Step Six: Put It All Together Public Domain/Wikipedia/ Creative Commons Step Seven: Share Step Eight: Feedback and Reflect
    30. 30. Digital Authoring: Step by Step Step One: Step Six: Write a Proposal Put It All Together Step Two: Research Step Three: Mac Develop a Script iMovie Step Four: Storyboard GarageBand Step Five: Gather/Create Audio and PC Video Content Moviemaker Step Seven: Share Step Eight: Feedback and Reflect
    31. 31. Digital Authoring: Step by Step Step One: Step Seven: Write a Proposal Share Step Two: Research Step Three: “Good stress” Develop a Script Step Four: School website Storyboard Step Five: Gather/Create Audio and YouTube Video Content Step Six: Put It All Together Step Eight: Feedback and Reflect
    32. 32. Digital Authoring: Step by Step Step One: Step Eight: Write a Proposal Feedback and Reflect Step Two: Research Step Three: Assess throughout the process Develop a Script Step Four: Use a rubric Storyboard www.rubistar.4teachers.org/ Step Five: Gather/Create Audio and Video Content Give students Step Six: opportunity for reflection Put It All Together Step Seven: Share
    33. 33. Creative Commons
    34. 34. Creative Commons

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