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  • imagining what could be possible and then investigating paths to make those possibilities reality
  • Not active learning
  • Writing is paramount
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    • 1. STEMulating Student Engagement withDigital Storytelling
      Day of Discovery  May 7, 2011
      Tracy Carpenter
      tcarpenter@resstpaul.org
      Twitter: carptracy
    • 2. Essential Question
      How can we engage students with STEM-related content through digital storytelling?
    • 3. Session Resources
      http://iheartedtech.wikispaces.com
      Check out the LiveBinder
    • 4. STEM
    • 5. STEM
      “STEM Education attempts to transform the typical teacher- centered classroom by encouraging a curriculum that is driven by problem- solving, discovery, exploratory learning, and require students to actively engage a situation in order to find its solution.”
      - DRPF Consultants, DRPFconsultants.com
    • 6. STEM
      Student-centered
      Cross-curricular
      Critical thinking across disciplines
      Opportunities for PBL
      Exercise the creative process
    • 7. “The 1980’s called. They want their worksheets back.”
      - unknown #edchat user, Twitter
    • 8. Discovery STEM Resources
      Amazing resources:
    • What is Digital Storytelling?
      Using a digital tools to tell a story
      Organize
      Create
      Narrate
      Storyboard
      Brainstorm
      Audio
      Images
      Publish
    • 13. Easy to answer the what and the how.But….
      WHY?
    • 14. Why should I use
      digital storytelling?
      What are thelearning outcomes?
    • 15. Why Digital Storytelling?
      encourages critical thinking
      promotes collaboration
      builds visual literacy
      gives students a voice
      offers students a chance to contribute, not just consume
      *Writing trumps technology
    • 16. Blooms Digital
      Image: Andrew Churches, edorigami.wikispaces.com
    • 17. Types of Stories
      Personal narratives
      Recount or examine historical events
      Inform or instruct
    • 18. Process
      Frame Essential Question
      Write
      Create
      Share
      cite sources
    • 27. Make it work for you!
      Flexible!
      Fit your classroom
      Assess student needs
      Set goals
    • 28. Digital Storytelling with Web 2.0 Tools
    • 29. Why Web 2.0?
      Ubiquitous
      Access for all
      Files not local
      A+ for collaboration
      Participatory/Social
      Flattens classroom
      Model behavior….Be the learner you want students to be!
    • 30. Challenges of Web 2.0
      Connectivity
      Student usernames and passwords
      Focus too much on the tool, not the learning
    • 31. Your Responsibility
      Know the capabilities of Web 2.0
      Question….
      Why this tool?
      How will this tool enhance learning?
      What are the learning outcomes?
      Don’t be afraid to ask for help!
    • 32. Digital Storytellingwith Web 2.0 tool
      What you need…
      computer/
      mobile device
      Internet
      Connectivity
    • 33. Produces videos
      You upload content
      Super easy to share
      Provides teachers an upgraded account
    • 34. Upload
      your
      content
      *Insert PowerPoint slides by converting
      them to image files
    • 35. Food Chain: The Deciduous Forest
    • 36. Ideas
      Create a visual trip through time
      Publish the designs and diagrams of a car of the future
      Explain through illustrations a difficult math concept
      Demonstrate how to protect food from bacteria
    • 37. Asuper fast Animoto tutorial
      Check out the Wiki for a fabulous (lengthy) tutorial
    • 38. Upload your
      content
      Pick your
      theme
    • 39. Arrange content, add text,
      spotlight content, reorder
    • 40. Choose your music
    • 41. Customize your video
    • 42. Add title, description
    • 43. Animoto will render your video, then
      you can view
    • 44. Share, embed, download or export
    • 45. Ancient Engineering:Roman Aqueducts
    • 46. Mix it up!
      digital art + paper art
    • 47. Engineering the Perfect Superhero
    • 48. Interactive poster
      Drag and drop interface
      Upload images, video, audio
      Offer teacher portal/class management tools
      Easy to share glogs/easy to keep them private
      Flash-based
    • 49. Ideas
      Explore U.S. Ecosystems
      Examine alternative energy resources
      Create a virtual zoo exhibit
      Publish a video diary of plant growth
    • 50. essential question
      answer essential question
      students explain how
      they affect the
      Chesapeake Bay
    • 51. images link to
      Google Docs
    • 52. Asuper fast Glogster tutorial
      Check out the Wiki for a fabulous (lengthy) tutorial
    • 53. name glog
      upload content
      tool set
    • 54. Design your glog wall
    • 55. Add text, graphics
    • 56. Add images, video
    • 57. Save, publish, tag glog
    • 58. Share, embed glog
    • 59.
    • 60. VirtualZoo
      Exhibit
      ( Blabberize)
      Giraffe
      Video
    • 61. Upload (like Animoto) collection of media
      Easy narration
      Engage in digital discussions through voice, text and drawings
      Provides teachers an upgraded account
      Flash-based
    • 62. Ideas
      Discuss how electricity is generated
      Examine why water is essential to life on earth
      Tell how Reduce–Reuse–Recycle-Recover impacts student’s daily life
      Narrate and draw new math concepts
    • 63. Crows – What do you think?
    • 64. Asuper fast VoiceThread tutorial
      Check out the Wiki for a fabulous (lengthy) tutorial
    • 65. Upload your content
    • 66. View, reorder content
    • 67. Comment with voice, text or drawing
    • 68. Share, embed, export
    • 69. Remember!
      Content first, technology second
      Keep students at the center of the lesson
      Ask for help!
      Make it work for you and your students

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