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Digital StorytellingDigital Storytelling
Andrea Tamarazio, CoordinatorAndrea Tamarazio, Coordinator
CSLO/Model SchoolsCSLO...
What is Digital Storytelling?What is Digital Storytelling?
 Digital Storytelling is the practice of using computer-based ...
Definition of Digital StorytellingDefinition of Digital Storytelling
British photographer, educator and digitalBritish ph...
Reasons to Create Digital StoriesReasons to Create Digital Stories
 Easy to differentiateEasy to differentiate
 Highly M...
The Research (Condensed)The Research (Condensed)
Digital Story Telling allows forDigital Story Telling allows for hhigheri...
Bloom’s Six Levels (New)Bloom’s Six Levels (New)
 RememberingRemembering
 UnderstandingUnderstanding
 ApplyingApplying
...
Bloom’s Comparison-Noun to VerbBloom’s Comparison-Noun to Verb
Applying Bloom’s andApplying Bloom’s and HOTSHOTS
Using the storyUsing the story Goldilocks and the Three BearsGoldilocks ...
Student LiteracyStudent Literacy
 Digital Literacy – the ability to communicate with an ever-
expanding community to disc...
Student Skill DevelopmentStudent Skill Development
 Research Skills: Documenting the story, finding and analyzing pertine...
Educational Goals of DS forEducational Goals of DS for
TeachersTeachers
 Appeal to the diverse learning styles of the stu...
Educational Goals of DS for StudentsEducational Goals of DS for Students
 Learn to use the Internet to research rich, dee...
Purpose of Your Digital StoryPurpose of Your Digital Story
 Persuade-Trailer,Public Service Announcement, Documentary,Per...
Types of Digital StoriesTypes of Digital Stories
 Personal NarrativesPersonal Narratives-Almost Paradise-Almost Paradise
...
10 Elements to Building a10 Elements to Building a
Digital StoryDigital Story
 1. The Overall Purpose of the Story1. The ...
Creating Your StoryCreating Your Story
 Select a topic for your digital story.Select a topic for your digital story.
 Be...
StoryboardingStoryboarding
 Storyboards are visual representations that aidStoryboards are visual representations that ai...
Video ResourcesVideo Resources
Photostory 3Photostory 3
Windows Movie MakerWindows Movie Maker
iMovieiMovie
Microsoft ...
Image ResourcesImage Resources
Pics4LearningPics4Learning - Photos- Photos
American MemoryAmerican Memory from the Libra...
Audio ResourcesAudio Resources
 AudacityAudacity
 iLife Garage BandiLife Garage Band
 Freeplay MusicFreeplay Music
 In...
Print ResourcesPrint Resources
7 Things to Know About DS7 Things to Know About DS
Q & A about DSQ & A about DS
Examples...
Digital Storytelling EvaluationDigital Storytelling Evaluation
A Sample RubricA Sample Rubric
Creating a RubricCreating ...
Lets Start Building!Lets Start Building!
Where do we begin?Where do we begin?
MS PhotoStoryMS PhotoStory
Windows Movie ...
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  1. 1. Digital StorytellingDigital Storytelling Andrea Tamarazio, CoordinatorAndrea Tamarazio, Coordinator CSLO/Model SchoolsCSLO/Model Schools Email:Email: atamarazio@e1b.orgatamarazio@e1b.org Website:Website: www2.wnyric.org/atamaraziowww2.wnyric.org/atamarazio
  2. 2. What is Digital Storytelling?What is Digital Storytelling?  Digital Storytelling is the practice of using computer-based tools toDigital Storytelling is the practice of using computer-based tools to tell stories rather than simple pen and paper.tell stories rather than simple pen and paper.  Most digital stories focus on a specific topic and contain a particularMost digital stories focus on a specific topic and contain a particular point of view.point of view.  Digital stories usually contain some mixture of computer-basedDigital stories usually contain some mixture of computer-based images, text, recorded audio narration, video clips and/or music.images, text, recorded audio narration, video clips and/or music.  Digital stories in education typically last between two and tenDigital stories in education typically last between two and ten minutes.minutes.  Topics range from personal tales to the recounting of historicalTopics range from personal tales to the recounting of historical events, from exploring life in one's own community to the search forevents, from exploring life in one's own community to the search for life in other corners of the universe, and literally, everything inlife in other corners of the universe, and literally, everything in between.between. An Intro to DS
  3. 3. Definition of Digital StorytellingDefinition of Digital Storytelling British photographer, educator and digitalBritish photographer, educator and digital storyteller,storyteller, Daniel MeadowsDaniel Meadows defines digitaldefines digital stories as "short, personal multimediastories as "short, personal multimedia tales told from the heart." The beauty oftales told from the heart." The beauty of this form of digital expression, hethis form of digital expression, he maintains is that these stories can bemaintains is that these stories can be created by people everywhere, on anycreated by people everywhere, on any subject, and shared electronically all oversubject, and shared electronically all over the world.the world. Examples of Digital Stories Student Examples of Digital Stories
  4. 4. Reasons to Create Digital StoriesReasons to Create Digital Stories  Easy to differentiateEasy to differentiate  Highly MotivatingHighly Motivating  Engaging the kids with tools they may already useEngaging the kids with tools they may already use  Promotes active learning / intrinsic motivationPromotes active learning / intrinsic motivation  Engages different learning stylesEngages different learning styles  Engages Multiple IntelligencesEngages Multiple Intelligences  Promotes emotional learning which engages Long Term MemoryPromotes emotional learning which engages Long Term Memory  Adapts easily to different levels of learners from basic to complexAdapts easily to different levels of learners from basic to complex  Color, Sound, Movement, Creativity, Novelty, and Sophistication involved onColor, Sound, Movement, Creativity, Novelty, and Sophistication involved on the many levels of Digital Storytelling all engage EMOTION, which drivesthe many levels of Digital Storytelling all engage EMOTION, which drives ATTENTION, which in turn drives LEARNING, which ultimately drivesATTENTION, which in turn drives LEARNING, which ultimately drives PERFORMANCE.PERFORMANCE.
  5. 5. The Research (Condensed)The Research (Condensed) Digital Story Telling allows forDigital Story Telling allows for hhigherigher oorderrder tthinkinghinking sskillskills to be honed (to be honed (HOTSHOTS))  Making ConnectionsMaking Connections  Drawing ConclusionsDrawing Conclusions  InferencingInferencing  Determining ImportanceDetermining Importance  SynthesizingSynthesizing  EvaluatingEvaluating  VisualizingVisualizing
  6. 6. Bloom’s Six Levels (New)Bloom’s Six Levels (New)  RememberingRemembering  UnderstandingUnderstanding  ApplyingApplying  AnalyzingAnalyzing  EvaluatingEvaluating  CreatingCreating
  7. 7. Bloom’s Comparison-Noun to VerbBloom’s Comparison-Noun to Verb
  8. 8. Applying Bloom’s andApplying Bloom’s and HOTSHOTS Using the storyUsing the story Goldilocks and the Three BearsGoldilocks and the Three Bears  Remembering –Remembering – List the items used by Goldilocks whileList the items used by Goldilocks while she was in the Bears’ house.she was in the Bears’ house.  Understanding –Understanding – Explain why Goldilocks liked BabyExplain why Goldilocks liked Baby Bear’s chair the best.Bear’s chair the best. VisualizingVisualizing  Applying –Applying – Demonstrate what Goldilocks would use ifDemonstrate what Goldilocks would use if she came to your house.she came to your house. Making ConnectionsMaking Connections  Analyzing –Analyzing – Compare this story to reality. What eventsCompare this story to reality. What events could not really happen.could not really happen.  Evaluating –Evaluating – Judge whether Goldilocks was good or bad.Judge whether Goldilocks was good or bad. Defend your opinion.Defend your opinion. Drawing Conclusions / ImportanceDrawing Conclusions / Importance  Creating –Creating – How would Goldilocks and the Three Fish beHow would Goldilocks and the Three Fish be a different story?a different story? Inferencing, SynthesizingInferencing, Synthesizing
  9. 9. Student LiteracyStudent Literacy  Digital Literacy – the ability to communicate with an ever- expanding community to discuss issues, gather information, and seek help.  Global Literacy - the capacity to read, interpret, respond, and contextualize messages from a global perspective.  Technology Literacy - the ability to use computers and other technology to improve learning, productivity, and performance.  Visual Literacy - the ability to understand, produce and communicate through visual images.  Information Literacy - the ability to find, evaluate and synthesize information.
  10. 10. Student Skill DevelopmentStudent Skill Development  Research Skills: Documenting the story, finding and analyzing pertinent Information  Writing Skills: Formulating a point of view and developing a script  Organization Skills: Managing the scope of the project, the materials used and the time it takes to complete the task  Technology Skills: learning to use a variety of tools, such as digital cameras, scanners, microphones and multimedia authoring software  Presentation Skills: Deciding how to best present the story to an audience  Interview Skills: Finding sources to interview and determining questions to ask  Interpersonal Skills: Working within a group and determining individual roles for group members  Problem-Solving Skills: Learning to make decisions and overcome obstacles at all stages of the project, from inception to completion  Assessment Skills: Gaining expertise critiquing their own and others’ work.
  11. 11. Educational Goals of DS forEducational Goals of DS for TeachersTeachers  Appeal to the diverse learning styles of the students byAppeal to the diverse learning styles of the students by using Digital Storytelling as a presentation media.using Digital Storytelling as a presentation media.  Generate interest, attention and motivation for the "digitalGenerate interest, attention and motivation for the "digital generation" kids in our classrooms.generation" kids in our classrooms.  Capitalize on the creative talents of your own studentsCapitalize on the creative talents of your own students as they begin to research and tell stories of their own.as they begin to research and tell stories of their own.  Publish student work on the for viewing and critiquing byPublish student work on the for viewing and critiquing by others.others.
  12. 12. Educational Goals of DS for StudentsEducational Goals of DS for Students  Learn to use the Internet to research rich, deep contentLearn to use the Internet to research rich, deep content while analyzing and synthesizing a wide range ofwhile analyzing and synthesizing a wide range of content.content.  Develop communications skills by learning to askDevelop communications skills by learning to ask questions, express opinions, construct narratives andquestions, express opinions, construct narratives and write for an audience.write for an audience.  Increase computer skills using software that combines aIncrease computer skills using software that combines a variety of multimedia including: text, still images, audio,variety of multimedia including: text, still images, audio, video and web publishing.video and web publishing.
  13. 13. Purpose of Your Digital StoryPurpose of Your Digital Story  Persuade-Trailer,Public Service Announcement, Documentary,Persuade-Trailer,Public Service Announcement, Documentary, CommercialCommercial  Inform-How-To, Demonstration, Documentary, Public ServiceInform-How-To, Demonstration, Documentary, Public Service Announcement, Digital Journal, Media Montage, IllustratedAnnouncement, Digital Journal, Media Montage, Illustrated Text/Speech, Digital Report, Virtual Tour, Reenactment, OralText/Speech, Digital Report, Virtual Tour, Reenactment, Oral History, “Breaking News”History, “Breaking News”  Entertain-Original Movie, Original Cartoon, Music Video, SharedEntertain-Original Movie, Original Cartoon, Music Video, Shared BookBook  Share an Experience-Personal Journey, Autobiography, Memoir,Share an Experience-Personal Journey, Autobiography, Memoir, Community Stories, “This I Believe”, Digital Yearbook, DigitalCommunity Stories, “This I Believe”, Digital Yearbook, Digital Journal, Oral HistoryJournal, Oral History
  14. 14. Types of Digital StoriesTypes of Digital Stories  Personal NarrativesPersonal Narratives-Almost Paradise-Almost Paradise  Examine Historical EventsExamine Historical Events-The Gettysburg Address-The Gettysburg Address  Informational or InstructionalInformational or Instructional-Aging Well-Aging Well  Previously recorded audio  Text slides  Interviews  iTunes-Search iTunes (Digital Story/Storytelling) for a variety of example of DS.  Teacher Tube
  15. 15. 10 Elements to Building a10 Elements to Building a Digital StoryDigital Story  1. The Overall Purpose of the Story1. The Overall Purpose of the Story  2. The Narrator’s Point of View2. The Narrator’s Point of View  3. A Dramatic Question or Questions3. A Dramatic Question or Questions  4. The Choice of Content4. The Choice of Content  5. Clarity of Voice5. Clarity of Voice  6. Pacing of the Narrative6. Pacing of the Narrative  7. Use of a Meaningful Audio Soundtrack7. Use of a Meaningful Audio Soundtrack  8. Quality of the Images, Video & other Multimedia Elements8. Quality of the Images, Video & other Multimedia Elements  9. Economy of the Story Detail9. Economy of the Story Detail  10. Good Grammar and Language Usage10. Good Grammar and Language Usage Building Essential Questions
  16. 16. Creating Your StoryCreating Your Story  Select a topic for your digital story.Select a topic for your digital story.  Begin thinking of the purpose of your story. Are you trying to inform, convince,Begin thinking of the purpose of your story. Are you trying to inform, convince, provoke, question?provoke, question?  Decide on the point of view of your digital story.Decide on the point of view of your digital story.  Create a folder on the desktop where you can store the materials you find.Create a folder on the desktop where you can store the materials you find.  Search for image resources for your story, including: pictures, drawings,Search for image resources for your story, including: pictures, drawings, photographs, maps, charts, etc. - Save these resources in your folder.photographs, maps, charts, etc. - Save these resources in your folder.  Try to locate audio resources such as music, speeches, interviews, and soundTry to locate audio resources such as music, speeches, interviews, and sound effects. - Save these resources in your folder.effects. - Save these resources in your folder.  Try to find informational content, which might come from web sites, wordTry to find informational content, which might come from web sites, word processed documents, or PowerPoint slides. - Save these resources in yourprocessed documents, or PowerPoint slides. - Save these resources in your folder.folder.  Write a script that will be used as narration in your digital story AND provides theWrite a script that will be used as narration in your digital story AND provides the purpose and point of view you have chosen.purpose and point of view you have chosen.  Start inputting your collection(s) of information.Start inputting your collection(s) of information.
  17. 17. StoryboardingStoryboarding  Storyboards are visual representations that aidStoryboards are visual representations that aid in the creation process of digital storytelling.in the creation process of digital storytelling. Storyboards layout images in sequential order toStoryboards layout images in sequential order to create the the flow of the production. They cancreate the the flow of the production. They can also include technical aspects and explanationsalso include technical aspects and explanations of design. Each project is unique and varies inof design. Each project is unique and varies in its needs; specific requirements should beits needs; specific requirements should be altered. The following is suggested content: aaltered. The following is suggested content: a brief description, comments, audio, transitionbrief description, comments, audio, transition and an estimate of length.and an estimate of length.  Example of a completed StoryboardExample of a completed Storyboard  Directions for Creating a Storyboard in MSWordDirections for Creating a Storyboard in MSWord
  18. 18. Video ResourcesVideo Resources Photostory 3Photostory 3 Windows Movie MakerWindows Movie Maker iMovieiMovie Microsoft PowerPointMicrosoft PowerPoint AnimotoAnimoto
  19. 19. Image ResourcesImage Resources Pics4LearningPics4Learning - Photos- Photos American MemoryAmerican Memory from the Library offrom the Library of Congress – “Browse CollectionsCongress – “Browse Collections Containing”Containing” YotoPhoto - Search for Public Domain ImagesYotoPhoto - Search for Public Domain Images WikipediaWikipedia – Public Domain Resources– Public Domain Resources Picture HistoryPicture History
  20. 20. Audio ResourcesAudio Resources  AudacityAudacity  iLife Garage BandiLife Garage Band  Freeplay MusicFreeplay Music  IncompetchIncompetch-Free and Royalty Free Music Downloads-Free and Royalty Free Music Downloads  Free Kids MusicFree Kids Music  Partners in RhymePartners in Rhyme  Royalty Free Music - Free Music ResourcesRoyalty Free Music - Free Music Resources  SimplytheBest Sound EffectsSimplytheBest Sound Effects  SoundsnapSoundsnap – Sound Clips– Sound Clips  Additional Song ResourcesAdditional Song Resources
  21. 21. Print ResourcesPrint Resources 7 Things to Know About DS7 Things to Know About DS Q & A about DSQ & A about DS Examples of DSExamples of DS DS Tips and ResourcesDS Tips and Resources Steps for Building a DSSteps for Building a DS DS CookbookDS Cookbook DS BookmarksDS Bookmarks
  22. 22. Digital Storytelling EvaluationDigital Storytelling Evaluation A Sample RubricA Sample Rubric Creating a RubricCreating a Rubric Peer Review ProcessPeer Review Process
  23. 23. Lets Start Building!Lets Start Building! Where do we begin?Where do we begin? MS PhotoStoryMS PhotoStory Windows Movie MakerWindows Movie Maker Irfanview – for photo editingIrfanview – for photo editing
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