• Technological• Visual• Media• Information
Skills needed to navigate softwareand hardware, as well as to generate content with emerging trends inInstructional Techno...
Decoding and understanding icons,Toolbars, webs, and images. LettingWhat we see dictate how other senses react
To access, create and evaluatemessages in oral or written language,sounds, as well as static or movingimages
Ability to find, analyze, and synthesizeinformation. To develop criticalreading skills
A multimedia compilation of text,Images, Film, and sound that “tells” aStory, helping students discover voice,confidence, ...
•   Point of View•   Dramatic Question•   Emotional Content•   The Gift of Voice•   The Power of Soundtrack•   Economy•   ...
What is the story being told and whatis the perspective of the author?
Does the guy get the girl?
Personal issue that comes alive ina powerful way, and connects theaudience to the story
It’s you and it makes your story
Sounds and narration to aid expression
Telling the story withoutoverloading the audience
Having rhythm to sustain interest
ResearchDocumenting the story, findingand analyzing pertinentinformation
WritingFormulating a point of view and developing a script
OrganizationManaging the scope of the project, the materialsused and the time it takes to complete the task
TechnologyLearning to use a variety of tools,such as digital cameras, scanners, microphonesand multimedia authoring software
PresentationDeciding how to best present the story to an audience
InterviewFinding sources to interview and determining questionsto ask
InterpersonalWorking within a group and determining individual rolesfor group members
Problem SolvingLearning to make decisions and overcome obstacles atall stages of the project, from inception to completion
AssessmentGaining expertise critiquing their own and others’ work
Challenges• Digital media will not make a bad story better• Formulating and educationally sound argument• Copyright• Acces...
•   Help Students organize ideas•   Give students confidence•   Self Esteem•   Eliminate stage fright•   Eliminate spellin...
• Give the student control• No need to be present for people to see  and/or hear the story• No dead time between a narrati...
Ongoing ResearchSince 2005, educators and graduate students at theUniversity of Houston’s Laboratory for InnovativeTechnol...
http://tinyurl.com/13LDA
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  1. 1. • Technological• Visual• Media• Information
  2. 2. Skills needed to navigate softwareand hardware, as well as to generate content with emerging trends inInstructional Technology
  3. 3. Decoding and understanding icons,Toolbars, webs, and images. LettingWhat we see dictate how other senses react
  4. 4. To access, create and evaluatemessages in oral or written language,sounds, as well as static or movingimages
  5. 5. Ability to find, analyze, and synthesizeinformation. To develop criticalreading skills
  6. 6. A multimedia compilation of text,Images, Film, and sound that “tells” aStory, helping students discover voice,confidence, and structure in theirwriting
  7. 7. • Point of View• Dramatic Question• Emotional Content• The Gift of Voice• The Power of Soundtrack• Economy• Pacing
  8. 8. What is the story being told and whatis the perspective of the author?
  9. 9. Does the guy get the girl?
  10. 10. Personal issue that comes alive ina powerful way, and connects theaudience to the story
  11. 11. It’s you and it makes your story
  12. 12. Sounds and narration to aid expression
  13. 13. Telling the story withoutoverloading the audience
  14. 14. Having rhythm to sustain interest
  15. 15. ResearchDocumenting the story, findingand analyzing pertinentinformation
  16. 16. WritingFormulating a point of view and developing a script
  17. 17. OrganizationManaging the scope of the project, the materialsused and the time it takes to complete the task
  18. 18. TechnologyLearning to use a variety of tools,such as digital cameras, scanners, microphonesand multimedia authoring software
  19. 19. PresentationDeciding how to best present the story to an audience
  20. 20. InterviewFinding sources to interview and determining questionsto ask
  21. 21. InterpersonalWorking within a group and determining individual rolesfor group members
  22. 22. Problem SolvingLearning to make decisions and overcome obstacles atall stages of the project, from inception to completion
  23. 23. AssessmentGaining expertise critiquing their own and others’ work
  24. 24. Challenges• Digital media will not make a bad story better• Formulating and educationally sound argument• Copyright• Access to technology• School filtering• Can be time consuming
  25. 25. • Help Students organize ideas• Give students confidence• Self Esteem• Eliminate stage fright• Eliminate spelling, and writing difficulties• Make it about the content not the student• Aid with presentations and studying• Critical Thinking• Project Based Learning• Interdisciplinary• Multisensory• Allow the student to be successful
  26. 26. • Give the student control• No need to be present for people to see and/or hear the story• No dead time between a narration and a demonstration• Minimize failure• Be used by teachers and students alike• Introduce new concepts• Explain mew ideas• Summarize large content• Anytime…anywhere
  27. 27. Ongoing ResearchSince 2005, educators and graduate students at theUniversity of Houston’s Laboratory for InnovativeTechnology in Education (LITE) have been conducting aseries of research projects to evaluate the effectiveness ofDigital Storytelling
  28. 28. http://tinyurl.com/13LDA

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