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Digital storytelling slides from the Web 2.0 Smackdown

Digital storytelling slides from the Web 2.0 Smackdown



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    Storytelling Storytelling Presentation Transcript

    • Media Walk About Choosing a Topic
    • Reads all text
    • Customize with audio files 3 coaches to use for questioning, prompting, and providing support
    • Empower with moving images
    • Effective, Engaging Activators or Summarizers
    • http://www.flickr.com/photos/photobysg/3550735789/
    • http://www.flickr.com/photos/penciltopia/3544431312/
    • ubiquitous hardware
    • Powerpoint for storytelling -- using online program FotoFlexer to edit and embellish photos taken with a cell phone
    • wordless picture books transformed into narratives using a digital scanner, Audacity, & PowerPoint
    • "found" documentary using Discovery Streaming & MovieMaker
    • The Cockpit + Blumchen "Heut Ist Mein Tag" zamzar file conversion + camstudio = really easy machinima
    • Digital Scrapbooking using PowerPoint
    • Why use Digital Scrapbook Projects ? Beyond the fact that making scrapbooks is a proven activity which interests young people, teachers have discovered that in creating scrapbook projects students…. • can gain a sense of time perspective and history by collecting and preserving images and ideas; • practice organizational skills by the sorting process required in dealing with the technology used in digital scrapbooking; • can use visual images to express similarities and differences in areas where their language skills may not be as developed as their thinking skills.; • get experience in following directions through multi-phase projects which encourage involvement and creativity; • with different interest and ability levels can work on the same project.
    • Digital Scrapbooking Projects across the Curriculum Educators assign scrapbooks in the different content areas for different purposes. •Digital scrapbooks might be used as a simple repository from the research phase of a topic under study. The scrapbook then becomes a presentation format used for sharing student-gathered information. •Even kindergarten students can learn to add digital embellishments to a scrapbook page to create an alphabet book, a family tree, or a favorite things scrapbook; • High school students can access numerous online resources about Shakespearian plays to create a class digital scrapbook about the well- known characters while reading a play. • Middle school students can create “A Page from History” scrapbook that illustrates a particular time period in a social studies unit.