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Rob Seal
Hell Hole: Dead Earth
Melissa Ebbe
Hell Hole: Repossession
Walter Welsh
Hell Hole: Dark Harvest
John Wynn
Directo...
Photo by Chris Phutully at the Gasolene Muscle Car Expo 2014
cholarly Digital Storytelling:
Looking under the Hood
Scholarly
Digital
Storytelling
• Peer review circles (story circles)
• SDS breakdown
• 10 elements
• 9 steps in creation p...
“In the Peer Review circle the Scholarly Digital
Storyteller
wears many hats” (Rudnicki 2011)
• listen deeply
• their own ...
Story
Circle:
A community
of learners
Pick
Topic
Write
Script
Create
storyboard
Gather
Multimedia
Record
Audio track
Draft...
How to layout the course
for Peer Review opportunities
CMS –
• Discussions –
• technical support threads
• critiquing each...
1. Overall purpose of the story
2. The narrator’s point of view
3. A dramatic question or questions
4. The choice of conte...
1. Overall purpose of the story
2. The narrator’s point of view
3. A dramatic question or questions
4. The choice of conte...
1. Overall purpose of the story
2. The narrator’s point of view
3. A dramatic question or questions
4. The choice of conte...
1. Overall purpose of the story
2. The narrator’s point of view
3. A dramatic question or questions
4. The choice of conte...
1. Overall purpose of the story
2. The narrator’s point of view
3. A dramatic question or questions
4. The choice of conte...
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  1. 1. Rob Seal Hell Hole: Dead Earth Melissa Ebbe Hell Hole: Repossession Walter Welsh Hell Hole: Dark Harvest John Wynn Director Bryce James McGuire Director Ryan Spindell Director
  2. 2. Photo by Chris Phutully at the Gasolene Muscle Car Expo 2014 cholarly Digital Storytelling: Looking under the Hood
  3. 3. Scholarly Digital Storytelling • Peer review circles (story circles) • SDS breakdown • 10 elements • 9 steps in creation process • Informal and formal meetings • Assessments • Formative • Summative • Incorporate in your online courses
  4. 4. “In the Peer Review circle the Scholarly Digital Storyteller wears many hats” (Rudnicki 2011) • listen deeply • their own and other’s stories • ask leading questions make an inviting comment Narrative Inquirer Storyteller collecting field text connecting story (content) to own point of view Storycatcher
  5. 5. Story Circle: A community of learners Pick Topic Write Script Create storyboard Gather Multimedia Record Audio track Draft video Final video Add transitions and credits Share to the world Digital Storytelling Creation using Story Circle Communities
  6. 6. How to layout the course for Peer Review opportunities CMS – • Discussions – • technical support threads • critiquing each others’ work throughout the process • Collaborations – • Google Docs Face-to-face meetings - • Google Hangouts
  7. 7. 1. Overall purpose of the story 2. The narrator’s point of view 3. A dramatic question or questions 4. The choice of content 10. Good grammar and language usage 10 Elements of a Scholarly digital Storytelling Composition Stage Curricular Object Application Stage 2 1 1 Reflective learning Story finding Storytelling Story expanding Story processing Story reconstructing 3 5. Clarity of voice 6. Pacing of the narrative 7. Use of a meaningful audio soundtrack 8. Quality of images, video and other multimedia elements 9. Economy of the story detail 10. Good grammar and language usage Reflection Stage Creation Process 1. Come up with an idea; write a proposal 2. Research/explore/learn 3. Write/script 4. Storyboard/plan Production Stages Preproduction Feedback, Reflect, and Revise Feedback, Reflect, and Revise C O M P O S I T I N G Baccalaureate Proficiencies *Comprehension *Collaboration *Communication *Critical thinking *Information literacy *Time management and self-development *Range of writing *Presentation of knowledge and ideas *Student speaking and listening *Knowledge of language *Vocabulary acquisition and use *Facilitate and inspire student learning and creativity *Information, media and technology skills *Life and career skills *Model digital age work and learning *Promote and model digital citizenship and responsibility Peer review circles Informal and Formal meetings Formal meeting Informal and Formal meetings Narrative Paradigm: Creation Composition Adaptation Presentation reception Student-centered Learning Strategies Key: (Barrett 2005) (1) Student engagement (2) Reflection for deeper learning (3) Project-based learning (4) Integration of technology with instruction Production Post Production 5. Gather/create images Gather/create audio Gather/create video 6. Put it all together 9. Fair Use and Copyright Laws 7. Share 6-Stages of Learning to use Technology 1. Awareness 2. Learning the process 3. Understanding and application of the process 4. Familiarity and confidence 5. Adaptation to other contexts 6. Creative application to new contexts 1. Alexander and Levine 2008 2. Educational Uses of Digital Storytelling 3. McDrury and Alterio 2003 4. Samantha Morra’s Digital Storytelling Process Citations 4 5 5. Russell 1996 6. Rudnicki 2011 7. Fulwiler and Middleton 2012 8. Levia and Quiring 2008, CCSS-ELA, iste-nets, 21st Century Skills 6 7 8 Formative Assessments - + bold text Summative Assessment - + white text Formal Peer Review circles in red boxes 8. Feedback and reflect Scholarly Digital Storytelling Flow Chart How it works as an assessment tool
  8. 8. 1. Overall purpose of the story 2. The narrator’s point of view 3. A dramatic question or questions 4. The choice of content 10. Good grammar and language usage 10 Elements of a Scholarly digital Storytelling Composition Stage Reflective learning Story finding Storytelling Story expanding Story processing Story reconstructing 3 Creation Process 1. Come up with an idea; write a proposal 2. Research/explore/learn 3. Write/script 4. Storyboard/plan Production Stages Preproduction Feedback, Reflect, and Revise Baccalaureate Proficiencies *Comprehension *Collaboration *Communication *Critical thinking *Information literacy *Time management and self-development *Range of writing *Presentation of knowledge and ideas *Student speaking and listening *Knowledge of language *Vocabulary acquisition and use *Facilitate and inspire student learning and creativity *Information, media and technology skills *Life and career skills *Model digital age work and learning *Promote and model digital citizenship and responsibility Peer review circles Informal and Formal meetings Narrative Paradigm: Creation Composition Adaptation Presentation reception Student-centered Learning Strategies Key: (Barrett 2005) (1) Student engagement (2) Reflection for deeper learning (3) Project-based learning Formative Assessments - + bold text Summative Assessment - + white text Formal Peer Review circles in red boxes Scholarly Digital Storytelling Flow Chart How it works as an assessment tool
  9. 9. 1. Overall purpose of the story 2. The narrator’s point of view 3. A dramatic question or questions 4. The choice of content 10. Good grammar and language usage 10 Elements of a Scholarly digital Storytelling Composition Stage Curricular Object Application Stage 5. Clarity of voice 6. Pacing of the narrative 7. Use of a meaningful audio soundtrack 8. Quality of images, video and other multimedia elements 9. Economy of the story detail 10. Good grammar and language usage Reflection Stage Creation Process 1. Come up with an idea; write a proposal 2. Research/explore/learn 3. Write/script 4. Storyboard/plan Production Stages Preproduction Feedback, Reflect, and Revise Feedback, Reflect, and Revise Peer review circles Informal and Formal meetings Formal meeting Informal and Formal meetings Student-centered Learning Strategies Key: (Barrett 2005) (1) Student engagement (2) Reflection for deeper learning (3) Project-based learning (4) Integration of technology with instruction Production Post Production 5. Gather/create images Gather/create audio Gather/create video 6. Put it all together 9. Fair Use and Copyright Laws 7. Share 6-Stages of Learning to use Technology 1. Awareness 2. Learning the process 3. Understanding and application of the process 4. Familiarity and confidence 5. Adaptation to other contexts 6. Creative application to new contexts Formative Assessments - + bold text Summative Assessment - + white text Formal Peer Review circles in red boxes 8. Feedback and reflect Scholarly Digital Storytelling Flow Chart How it works as an assessment tool
  10. 10. 1. Overall purpose of the story 2. The narrator’s point of view 3. A dramatic question or questions 4. The choice of content 10. Good grammar and language usage 10 Elements of a Scholarly digital Storytelling Composition Stage Curricular Object Application Stage 2 1 1 Reflective learning Story finding Storytelling Story expanding Story processing Story reconstructing 3 5. Clarity of voice 6. Pacing of the narrative 7. Use of a meaningful audio soundtrack 8. Quality of images, video and other multimedia elements 9. Economy of the story detail 10. Good grammar and language usage Reflection Stage Creation Process 1. Come up with an idea; write a proposal 2. Research/explore/learn 3. Write/script 4. Storyboard/plan Production Stages Preproduction Feedback, Reflect, and Revise Feedback, Reflect, and Revise C O M P O S I T I N G Baccalaureate Proficiencies *Comprehension *Collaboration *Communication *Critical thinking *Information literacy *Time management and self-development *Range of writing *Presentation of knowledge and ideas *Student speaking and listening *Knowledge of language *Vocabulary acquisition and use *Facilitate and inspire student learning and creativity *Information, media and technology skills *Life and career skills *Model digital age work and learning *Promote and model digital citizenship and responsibility Peer review circles Informal and Formal meetings Formal meeting Informal and Formal meetings Narrative Paradigm: Creation Composition Adaptation Presentation reception Student-centered Learning Strategies Key: (Barrett 2005) (1) Student engagement (2) Reflection for deeper learning (3) Project-based learning (4) Integration of technology with instruction Production Post Production 5. Gather/create images Gather/create audio Gather/create video 6. Put it all together 9. Fair Use and Copyright Laws 7. Share 6-Stages of Learning to use Technology 1. Awareness 2. Learning the process 3. Understanding and application of the process 4. Familiarity and confidence 5. Adaptation to other contexts 6. Creative application to new contexts 1. Alexander and Levine 2008 2. Educational Uses of Digital Storytelling 3. McDrury and Alterio 2003 4. Samantha Morra’s Digital Storytelling Process Citations 4 5 5. Russell 1996 6. Rudnicki 2011 7. Fulwiler and Middleton 2012 8. Levia and Quiring 2008, CCSS-ELA, iste-nets, 21st Century Skills 6 7 8 Formative Assessments - + bold text Summative Assessment - + white text Formal Peer Review circles in red boxes 8. Feedback and reflect Scholarly Digital Storytelling Flow Chart How it works as an assessment tool
  11. 11. 1. Overall purpose of the story 2. The narrator’s point of view 3. A dramatic question or questions 4. The choice of content 10. Good grammar and language usage 10 Elements of a Scholarly digital Storytelling Composition Stage Curricular Object Application Stage 2 1 1 5. Clarity of voice 6. Pacing of the narrative 7. Use of a meaningful audio soundtrack 8. Quality of images, video and other multimedia elements 9. Economy of the story detail 10. Good grammar and language usage Reflection Stage Creation Process 1. Come up with an idea; write a proposal 2. Research/explore/learn 3. Write/script 4. Storyboard/plan Feedback, Reflect, and Revise Feedback, Reflect, and Revise Peer review circles Informal and Formal meetings Formal meeting Informal and Formal meetings 5. Gather/create images Gather/create audio Gather/create video 6. Put it all together 9. Fair Use and Copyright Laws 7. Share 4 6 Formative Assessments - + bold text Summative Assessment - + white text Formal Peer Review circles in red boxes 8. Feedback and reflect Scholarly Digital Storytelling Flow Chart How it works as an assessment tool

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