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  1. 1. !"#$%&()******+"#$%,-***".#/(0(1#$%&2"3&/.4.53/1************************6/75"8*9#/$(./.5*:8*Flick-It-On! Collaborative Digital StorytellingEmma Watts - Upper Moutere Schoolemma@uppermoutere.school.nz / www.r4umo2013.blogspot.comtwitter: emmerw / www.emmawatts.wikispaces.com
  2. 2. To operate an enriching film school project to supportcollaborative teacher professional learning andsharing and to grow student learning through theeffective use of film to communicate their learning.
  3. 3. 2010Funding from the WhakatuClusterKids Can Film Festival – 3 dayfilm festival2011First year of Flick-It-On!Followed on from the Kids CanFilm Festival – sustainability &embed film making intoclassroom programmes2012Second year Flick-It-On!Flick-It-On! 1 day workshopsfor teachers & students (run bylocal teachers) before therotations started
  4. 4. Flick-It-On!Classes from different schools around NZ collaborating inteams of 4Learning how to storyboard, film, act, animate, add voiceover& sound effects, add music to show mood & emotion, edit....Creating a 2-3min movies based on a theme or concept in 10weeks!
  5. 5. Rota%on  1:  1-­‐3  min  Silent  movie    4  weeksRota%on  2:  Add  sound  effects  &  voice  2  weeks  Rota%on  3:  Add  music  to  show  mood  &  emo7on  2  weeksRota%on  4:  Edi7ng,  7tles  and  effects2  weeks
  6. 6. DropboxWe  passed  on  each  rota7on  through  using  Dropbox    -­‐  each  teacher  set  up  a  free  accountDeadlinesWe  set  the  deadline  as  the  Thursday  of  the  final  week  of  each  rota7on  to  allow  for  any  glitches!    We  encouraged  teachers  in  each  rota7on  to  contact  each  other  early  rather  later!
  7. 7. CommitmentTeachers  ‘buy  in’  to  rota7on  deadlines.  2013  Flick-­‐It-­‐On!  Applica7on  Form  to  take  part  in  the  project.Intellectual  PropertyUsing  copyright  free  images,  sound  effects  and  music.    2013  Flick-­‐It-­‐On!  Teachers  to  complete  license  to  use  material  forms.Release  FormsFor  individuals  making  /  taking  part  in  the  film.
  8. 8. why takepart?http://www.flickr.com/photos/27386920@N06/3747599568/
  9. 9. communicatecollaboratecreatePhoto Credit- <a href="http-//www.flickr.com/photos/21563721@N00/4424552903/">Lollym... to become confident, connected, activelyinvolved, lifelong learners.NZ Curriculum - Page 39
  10. 10. ...exposing yourself to asmuch serendipity, as muchargument and conversation,as many rival and relatedideas as possible; to borrow, torepurpose, to recombine...good ideas happen innetworks....http://www.guardian.co.uk/science/2010/oct/19/steven-johnson-good-ideasPhoto Credit- <a href="http-//www.flickr.com/photos/8190867@N08/772193662/">W. E. Jackson</a> via <a href="http-//compfight.com">Compfight</a> <a href="http-//creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/2.0/">cc</a>collaborate
  11. 11. Finally, we all get to tellour story in our own way.Jason OhlerCommunicatePhoto Credit- <a href="http-//www.flickr.com/photos/22144986@N00/4164756091/">Florian
  12. 12. Media fluencymeans being a‘prosumer’ - aneffectiveconsumer andproducer ofdigital content.From:Literacy is NOT enoughPhoto Credit: <a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/9597476@N07/4640191735/">David Rebers Hammer Photography</a> via <a href="http://compfight.com">Compfight</a> <a href="http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0/">cc</a>Communicate
  13. 13. From: www.flickr.com/photos/georgecouros/create
  14. 14. creativityDigital storytelling helps students developcreativity and innovation skills needed tosolve important problems in imaginative ways.Jason Ohler
  15. 15. http://www.flickr.com/photos/20605599@N00/2594561652/“If you can crack the problem of engagement - not just‘are you paying attention?’ but ‘are you fascinated bythis?’ - if you can crack engagement in deep learningthen you’ve cracked 21st century schooling.”Mike Berrillengage
  16. 16. Digital stories combine traditional &emergining literacies, enagaging otherwisereluctant students in literacy development.Jason Ohlerengage
  17. 17. 20Integrate  sources  of  informa7on  and  to  create  and  express  their  ideas  (process  &  strategies)Shape  digital  texts  for  different  purposes  (purpose  &  audience)Select,  form  and  express  their  ideas  (ideas)Develop  their  awareness  of  the  effects  of  language  (language  features)Develop  their  skills  in  organising  digital  texts  (structure)How  does  film  making  support  student  learning?Literacy  Learning  Outcomes
  18. 18. 21How  does  film  making  support  student  learning?Through  crea%ng  digital  narra%ves  and  documentaries  students…• share  new  learning• interpret  the  past  • develop  new  thinking  for  a  sustainable  social,  cultural,  economic  and  environmental  future  at  a  local,  na%onal  and  global  level  In  any  NZ  curriculum  area
  19. 19. If it ain’t on the page, then it ain’t on thestage...media projects are a great way to sneakwriting in under the radar.’Jason Ohlerengage
  20. 20. From: www.flickr.com/photos/georgecouros/
  21. 21. !"#$%&()******+"#$%,-***".#/(0(1#$%&2"3&/.4.53/1************************6/75"8*9#/$(./.5*:8*Flick-It-On! Collaborative Digital StorytellingEmma Watts - Upper Moutere Schoolemma@uppermoutere.school.nz / www.r4umo2013.blogspot.comtwitter: emmerw / www.emmawatts.wikispaces.com

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