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    • The Educational Uses of Digital Storytelling Bernard Robin College of Education University of Houston
    • What is Digital Storytelling?
      • Combining the art of telling stories with some mixture of digital graphics, text, recorded audio narration, video and music to present information on a specific topic.
      • Revolve around a theme and often contain a particular viewpoint; stories are typically just a few minutes long.
    • Types of Digital Stories -1
      • Personal Narratives as described by the CDS:
      • Character Stories – explore how we love, who we are inspired by, and the importance of finding meaning in our relationships.
      • Memorial Stories – deal with memories of people who are no longer with us. These stories are often difficult but are emotionally powerful and can help with the grieving process.
      • Stories about Events in Our Lives
        • Adventure Stories – revolve around places we visit and adventures we have in our travels.
        • Accomplishment Stories – deal with achieving goals and understanding defining moments in our lives.
      • Stories about Places in Our Lives – examine the important places in our lives: our homes, our towns, and our experiences that connect us to our communities.
      • Stories about What We Do – allow us to talk about our jobs, professions and careers in terms of how we value and find meaning in the work we do.
      • Other Personal Stories
        • Recovery Stories – deal with how we overcome great obstacles and challenges in our lives.
        • Love Stories – provide us with an opportunity to share some of the most meaningful parts of our lives with the people we most cherish.
        • Discovery Stories – let us reflect on what we have learned and illustrate our journeys of discovery.
    • Tools We Use
      • Photo Story 3 (Free from Microsoft) http://www.microsoft.com/windowsxp/using/digitalphotography/photostory/default.mspx
      • System Requirements (Requires Windows XP & Windows Media Player 10) http://www.microsoft.com/windowsxp/using/digitalphotography/photostory/sysreqs.mspx
      • Stories Can Be Converted with Premiere Elements for Playback on Apple Computers or Older Versions of Windows
    • Types of Digital Stories -1
      • Examples of Personal Narratives
        • Almost Paradise http://www.coe.uh.edu/digitalstorytelling/almostparadise.htm
        • The Computer and I http://www.coe.uh.edu/digitalstorytelling/computer-I.htm
        • Fleeing Hurricane Rita http://www.coe.uh.edu/digitalstorytelling/rita.htm
        • Coming to Houston http://www.coe.uh.edu/digitalstorytelling/comingtohouston.htm
        • My Mama http://www.coe.uh.edu/digitalstorytelling/mymama.htm
    • Types of Digital Stories -2
      • Examination of Historical Themes and Events
        • Based on Material Students Explore
        • Facilitates Research and Organizational Skills
        • Needs to Go Beyond the Digitized “MTV Video” or the “Encyclopedia Entry”* * Digital Storytelling: Moving from Promise to Practice Mark Hofer, College of William & Mary, USA; Kathleen Owings Swan, University of Kentucky, USA - 4:00pm Wednesday, Universal E1
    • Types of Digital Stories -2
      • Examples of Historical Digital Stories
        • The Gettysburg Address http://www.coe.uh.edu/digitalstorytelling/stories/gettysburg-with-intro-final.wmv
        • Race to the Moon http://www.coe.uh.edu/digitalstorytelling/civilization.htm
        • The Holocaust http://www.coe.uh.edu/digitalstorytelling/holocaust.htm
        • Hiroshima http://www.coe.uh.edu/digitalstorytelling/hiroshima.htm
    • Types of Digital Stories -3
      • Stories that Inform or Instruct
        • Can be Argued that All Digital Stories Inform (or Instruct)
        • But the Distinction is that Digital Stories Can Be Created that Deliver Instructional Content on Many Different Topics, Including: Math, Science, Language Arts, Medicine, etc.
    • Types of Digital Stories -3
      • Examples of Stories that Inform or Instruct
        • Geometry: Art & Architecture - Using the van Hiele Levels of Geometric Understanding to Improve Student Achievement http://www.coe.uh.edu/digitalstorytelling/geo-story.htm
        • Pinhole Cameras http://www.coe.uh.edu/digitalstorytelling/pinhole.htm
        • Aging Well http://www.coe.uh.edu/digitalstorytelling/agingwell.htm
    • An Effective Tool for Teachers
      • Stories Created by Teachers Can Serve:
      • As a Lesson Hook
      • As a Way to Integrate Multimedia into the Curriculum
      • As a Way to Make Difficult Content More Understandable
      • To Facilitate Classroom Discussion
    • An Effective Learning Tool for Students
      • Research Skills
      • Writing Skills
      • Organization Skills
      • Technology Skills
      • Presentation Skills
      • Interview Skills
      • Interpersonal Skills
      • Problem-Solving Skills
      • Assessment Skills
    • Student Literacy
      • Digital Literacy
      • Global Literacy
      • Technology Literacy
      • Visual Literacy
      • Information Literacy
    • Challenges to Students Creating Digital Stories
      • Trouble Formulating a Sound Argument
      • Less Interest in the Storytelling
      • Access to Technology Hardware and Software
      • Limited Ability to Save from the Internet
      • Time Consuming
      • Copyright and Intellectual Property Issues
    • Research on the Impact of Digital Storytelling
      • Educators who ARE Using DS:
        • How are you using Digital Storytelling?
        • Are you creating digital stories to show to your students?
        • Are you teaching your students to create their own digital stories?
        • If students are using Digital Storytelling, what are the outcomes? Have you demonstrated Digital Storytelling to others? If so, to other teachers? Who else?
        • Do you feel that Digital Storytelling has changed your teaching practice?
    • Research on the Impact of Digital Storytelling
      • Educators who ARE NOT Using DS:
        • Why are you not using Digital Storytelling? What are the obstacles?
        • Do you have questions about how to use Digital Storytelling in your instruction?
        • Are you experiencing technical problems? If so, what problems are you having?
        • Are you interested in additional Digital Storytelling training sessions?
        • Are there other issues that are preventing you from using Digital Storytelling in your instruction?
        • Are you planning to use Digital Storytelling in the future?
    • More Research on Digital Storytelling
      • Helen Barrett's Research Design:
      • How do digital stories provide evidence of deep learning?
      • Under what conditions can digital stories be used to support assessment for learning?
      • Under what conditions do students take ownership of their digital stories?
      • What are the benefits of developing digital stories as perceived by students, teachers, administrators, and/or parents?
      • What are perceived obstacles to implementing digital storytelling with P-12 students and how can they be overcome?
      • How does the quality of paper-based reflection differ from digital stories?
    • University of Houston’s Educational Uses of Digital Storytelling Website http://www.coe.uh.edu/digitalstorytelling http://www.coe.uh.edu/digitalstorytelling