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  • 1. *All Rights Reserved. Do not use or duplicate without permission. GOOD MORNING!! Welcome to our session! •Please sign in. •Take a Powerpoint handout and session evaluation. •Please log into the computer. •Feel free to enjoy the candy on the table. *Gentle reminder: Please mute your cellphone and take breaks at your leisure. ☺
  • 2. *All Rights Reserved. Do not use or duplicate without permission. Digital Storytelling Unleash the 21st Century Composer Tiffany Thompson eCoach, Hebron-Harman Elementary School Lyn Corneille Resource Teacher, Advanced Learner Programs
  • 3. *All Rights Reserved. Do not use or duplicate without permission. • To arm you with a new technology tool that will engage students in learning and increase cyber-learning for the purposes of achievement. • To increase knowledge of tech tools for instruction and assessment. Additional outcomes: • Increase student engagement and interest in content. • Build teacher confidence and interest in technology.
  • 4. *All Rights Reserved. Do not use or duplicate without permission. MTTS and Technology As part of the Maryland Teacher Technology Standards, teachers are required to: • Assess students’ learning/ instructional needs to identify the appropriate technology for instruction.(Domain 5) • Select and use appropriate technology to support content-specific student learning outcomes.(Domain 5) • Manage a technology-enhanced environment to maximize student learning.(Domain 5) • Develop an appropriate assessment for measuring student outcomes through the use of • technology.(Domain 5) • Continually evaluate and reflect on professional practices and emerging technologies to support student learning.(Domain 7)
  • 5. *All Rights Reserved. Do not use or duplicate without permission. MD STUDENT TECHNOLOGY STANDARDS •Standard 3 – Technology for Learning and Collaboration: Use a variety of technologies for learning and collaboration •Standard 4 – Technology for Communication and Expression: Use technology to communicate information and express ideas using various media formats
  • 6. *All Rights Reserved. Do not use or duplicate without permission. • Effective technology integration is achieved when the use of technology is routine and transparent and when technology supports curricular goals.
  • 7. *All Rights Reserved. Do not use or duplicate without permission. •Technology also changes the way teachers teach, offering educators effective ways to reach different types of learners and assess student understanding through multiple means.
  • 8. *All Rights Reserved. Do not use or duplicate without permission. • • When technology is effectively integrated into subject areas, teachers grow into roles of adviser, content expert, and coach. Technology helps make teaching and learning more meaningful and fun • Resource: Why Integrate Technology into the Curriculum?: The Reasons Are Many http://www.edutopia.org/technology- integration-introduction
  • 9. *All Rights Reserved. Do not use or duplicate without permission. ADVANTAGE OF INSTRUCTIONAL TECHNOLOGY • Complex Problem-solving • Multiple Intelligence/ Learning Styles • Motivation • Differentiated Instruction • Higher order thinking skills • Assessment and Evaluation *4C’s: *Range of Content *Connection *Collaboration *Creativity
  • 10. *All Rights Reserved. Do not use or duplicate without permission. Social Science Studies Math Language Arts
  • 11. *All Rights Reserved. Do not use or duplicate without permission. • School/teacher webpage or Blackboard • Stream videos (schooltube, ustream) • *Authentic tasks
  • 12. *All Rights Reserved. Do not use or duplicate without permission. • Discussion boards • Classroom perfomance systems (clickers) • Digital movies • Blogs • Wikis • Podcasting • Videoconferencing
  • 13. *All Rights Reserved. Do not use or duplicate without permission. CREATION/CREATIVITY • Slideshow • Cartoon • Blogs • Movies • Podcasts
  • 14. *All Rights Reserved. Do not use or duplicate without permission. A PICTURE WORTH A 1000 WORDS
  • 15. *All Rights Reserved. Do not use or duplicate without permission. SO, WHAT IS DIGITAL STORYTELLING? Digital Storytelling is the practice of using computer-based tools to tell stories and share them in ways that enable learning.
  • 16. *All Rights Reserved. Do not use or duplicate without permission. Digital stories derive their power by weaving images, music, narrative and voice together, thereby giving deep dimension and vivid color to characters, situations, experiences, and insights. - Digital Storytelling Association http://electronicportfolios.org/digistory/
  • 17. *All Rights Reserved. Do not use or duplicate without permission. BENEFITS • Teacher is viewed as a "guide on the side" rather than a "sage on the stage." • Non-conventional assessment -allowing students to share what they have learned about a particular topic/unit. • Gains the attention and motivates learners -auditory, visual, and kinesthetic means
  • 18. *All Rights Reserved. Do not use or duplicate without permission. •Students can demonstrate their grasp of concept •Synthesize information from multiple sources into a cohesive story •Sparks Creativity •Students can use media, photos, images, songs, video, sound to express themselves and their stories •ELL Instruction •Use media to help reach English Language Learners – matching vocabulary and imagery
  • 19. *All Rights Reserved. Do not use or duplicate without permission. WHAT SKILLS DO STUDENTS TAKE AWAY? •Researching 1, 2, 3 •Storyboarding, sequencing © •Copyright use •Writing, drafting, selecting •Interviewing •Editing and review •Collaboration
  • 20. *All Rights Reserved. Do not use or duplicate without permission. Ideas for the Classroom Math Science •Lesson summaries •Peer tutoring •Advertisements •Processes/how-to Social Studies Language Arts •Book reports •Timelines •Reading response •Unit Summaries •Summaries •Autobiographies
  • 21. *All Rights Reserved. Do not use or duplicate without permission. Getting Started
  • 22. *All Rights Reserved. Do not use or duplicate without permission. •Create a foundation •A student must know the content before creating a story •Set expectations •By sharing examples •Set groups (if needed) and brainstorm ideas •Collaboration is a 21st Century Skill •Develop a vision •What’s the goal?
  • 23. *All Rights Reserved. Do not use or duplicate without permission. •Write the narrative •Don’t forget about editing •Storyboard •Use software or stickies •Gather resources and media •Build the story in their digital tool of choice (storybird, moviemaker, photostory) •Share the story!
  • 24. *All Rights Reserved. Do not use or duplicate without permission. Seven Elements of Storytelling 1. Point of View 2. A Dramatic Question 3. Emotional Content 4. Adding Your Voice 5. The Power of a Soundtrack 6. Economy 7. Pacing Center for Digital Storytelling http://www.storycenter.org/programs.html
  • 25. *All Rights Reserved. Do not use or duplicate without permission. THE FOUR P’S OF DIGITAL STORYTELLING 1. PlanningSet expectations and a foundation, brainstorm ideas, story boards/story maps (emphasizes the writing process), media, hardware 2. ProductionPutting your images, sounds, songs, narration, video together 3. PresentationDesigning and sharing your completed projects with an authentic audience 4. PostingIn the Web 2.0 world, posting your story for others to comment upon and collaborate FeedbackUsing a rubric to determine what it means to have a good project
  • 26. *All Rights Reserved. Do not use or duplicate without permission. Planning
  • 27. *All Rights Reserved. Do not use or duplicate without permission. Type Artwork •Descriptive/ •Fictional •Digital photos •Biographical •Scanned Drawings •Computer generated •Autobiographical art (pixie, kidpix) •Clipart •Informational
  • 28. *All Rights Reserved. Do not use or duplicate without permission.
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  • 30. *All Rights Reserved. Do not use or duplicate without permission. WHAT MEDIA CAN I USE? •Videos •Images •Sounds •Songs •Speeches •Sound Effects
  • 31. *All Rights Reserved. Do not use or duplicate without permission. HARDWARE NEEDED Digital Hardware •Digital Camera •Digital Video Camera •Webcam •Scanner (for hard copy photos or documents) •PC or Mac •Microphone •Document camera
  • 32. *All Rights Reserved. Do not use or duplicate without permission. Presentation Production &
  • 33. *All Rights Reserved. Do not use or duplicate without permission.TOOLS FOR DIGITAL STORYTELLING Stories can be written in any format but today it’s more fun to tell them digitally as slideshows or movies. Powerpoint iMovie Wixie Zimmertwins Someries Piclit Slidestory Capzles Animoto Domo Animate Voicethread Pixter Pinball Bubblr Picturebook Maker Zooburst Mapskip *Moviemaker *Photostory *www.Storybird.com
  • 34. *All Rights Reserved. Do not use or duplicate without permission. WHAT IS MOVIEMAKER AND PHOTOSTORY 3? •Free video creating/editing software included in Microsoft Windows.
  • 35. *All Rights Reserved. Do not use or duplicate without permission. •Enables you to create movies and/or slide shows on your computer, complete with professional-looking titles, transitions, effects, music, and even narration. And when you’re ready, you can publish and share it.
  • 36. *All Rights Reserved. Do not use or duplicate without permission. PHOTOSTORY 3 RECOMMENDED GRADES 1-3
  • 37. *All Rights Reserved. Do not use or duplicate without permission. PHOTOSTORY
  • 38. *All Rights Reserved. Do not use or duplicate without permission. 1. Open PhotoStory and begin a new story 2. Click on the Next Button
  • 39. *All Rights Reserved. Do not use or duplicate without permission. Import Your Images 3. Click on the Import button. 4. Then navigate to the images that you want to import. 5. Click on the Next button.
  • 40. *All Rights Reserved. Do not use or duplicate without permission. Create a Title 6. Type a title for each of your pictures.
  • 41. *All Rights Reserved. Do not use or duplicate without permission. Add Narration 7. Click on the red button to begin narration. 8. Hint! Type in a script of your narration first – then read it after hitting red button.
  • 42. *All Rights Reserved. Do not use or duplicate without permission. Add in Your Music 9. Get music from your computer. 10. Or create your own from PhotoStory
  • 43. *All Rights Reserved. Do not use or duplicate without permission. Finish Your Story 11. Choose “save your story for playback on your computer”.
  • 44. *All Rights Reserved. Do not use or duplicate without permission. Student Sample
  • 45. *All Rights Reserved. Do not use or duplicate without permission. MOVIEMAKER RECOMMENDED GRADES 4+
  • 46. *All Rights Reserved. Do not use or duplicate without permission. 1. Open Windows Movie Maker 2. From the task bar on the left hand side of the screen choose Import Video.
  • 47. *All Rights Reserved. Do not use or duplicate without permission. Find the file that you want to edit 3. Navigate to your movie file – note it must be .asf, .avi, .wmv, or mpeg file. 4. Click Import
  • 48. *All Rights Reserved. Do not use or duplicate without permission. Drag and Edit 5. Drag the piece that you want to edit into boxes below 6. Click on the icon that says Show Timeline
  • 49. *All Rights Reserved. Do not use or duplicate without permission. Add Narration 7. On the Audio track line choose a section of audio that you want to Mute and right-click on that section 8. Choose Mute
  • 50. *All Rights Reserved. Do not use or duplicate without permission. Record Narration 9. Click on the Microphone Icon in the time line to record your narration 10. Record your narration and save the file in a folder on your computer
  • 51. *All Rights Reserved. Do not use or duplicate without permission. Finish Your Movie 11. Choose to save your movie to your computer
  • 52. *All Rights Reserved. Do not use or duplicate without permission. Importing Pictures You can also import pictures and audio (Audacity) to make a slideshow movie.
  • 53. *All Rights Reserved. Do not use or duplicate without permission.
  • 54. *All Rights Reserved. Do not use or duplicate without permission. Sample
  • 55. *All Rights Reserved. Do not use or duplicate without permission. Student Sample Moviemaker
  • 56. *All Rights Reserved. Do not use or duplicate without permission. WHAT IS STORYBIRD? •A free website available to make short, art-inspired stories to share, read, and print.
  • 57. *All Rights Reserved. Do not use or duplicate without permission.
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  • 64. *All Rights Reserved. Do not use or duplicate without permission. LET’S CREATE A STORY! •You have the inspiration!!!!! It takes 5 minutes or less. •Theme: Treasure of Literacy
  • 65. *All Rights Reserved. Do not use or duplicate without permission. Share! •Gallery walk •Post on a site •Show at parent- teacher night •Submit for contests and awards
  • 66. *All Rights Reserved. Do not use or duplicate without permission. QUESTIONS? CONTACT US: Lyn Corneille lcorneille@aacps.org Tiffany Thompson tiffanysthompson@yahoo.com
  • 67. *All Rights Reserved. Do not use or duplicate without permission. MAKING MOVIES WITH OTHER WEB 2.0 TOOLS •Animoto.com/education – Images Remixed Into Movie Videos •Voicethread.com – add images and video and + voice commentary from you or your students – build a collaborative story •Jaycut.com – free online movie editor that can chromakey •Photopeach.com – free online PhotoStory-esqe tool that also does quizzes •Zooburst.com - digital storytelling tool that is designed to let anyone easily create their own customized 3D pop-up books •Kerpoof.com – create animated video stories, pictures and more. Includes timeline and multiple layers. Owned by Disney. Mostly Elementary audience. •Goanimate.com – Cut and paste DE images and clipart, songs and more into an animated cartoon story! (free) •Xtranormal.com – pick your scene, type in your script, add action and sound, and publish! •Gcast.com - the worlds easiest way to create your own podcast channel
  • 68. *All Rights Reserved. Do not use or duplicate without permission. • http://pixton.com/ Interactive Web Comics •http://www.yodio.com Visual Podcasting •http://xtimeline.com Multimedia Timelines •http://www.vuvox.com Mulitmedia and RSS Collages •http://www.mixbook.com/edu Collaborative Scrapbooks •http://www.shwup.com/ Collaborative Video Creation
  • 69. *All Rights Reserved. Do not use or duplicate without permission. STORYTELLING Free resources to help with the design process •kitzu – free digital kits •Atomic Learning – free StoryBoard Pro •Discovery Education > Search for AFI •http://hubforteachers.discoveryeducation.com