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Digital storytelling for all

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Speaker: Gordon Duffy-McGhie, director - teaching, learning and student development, Middlesbrough College.

This session will explore how digital stories can be used to create dynamic learning, teaching and assessment resources that can more actively engage students in learning through increased participation.

You will get to examine some practical examples of ‘the seven elements of digital storytelling’, and evaluate the role digital stories can play in creating ubiquitous learning experiences.

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Digital storytelling for all

  1. 1. Digital Storytelling for all Gordon Duffy-McGhie Director - Teaching, learning and student development
  2. 2. Plato’s Cave
  3. 3. • Outline my reasons for using digital stories • Describe the creative process with reference to ‘The Seven Elements of Digital Storytelling’[1] • Discuss the opportunities afforded to both students and staff through the development of digital storytelling skills [1] ‘The Seven Elements of Digital Storytelling’., Theory Into Practice, 47:220–228, 2008 Copyright © The College of Education and Human Ecology, The Ohio State University ISSN: 0040-5841 print/1543-0421 online During this session I will...
  4. 4. Why? Attendance Engagement Removing the ‘spoon’
  5. 5. Why? To change the communications architecture. Regurgitated discourse Collaborative connectivity
  6. 6. Phase 1 - Previewing To move from this…
  7. 7. To this…
  8. 8. To finally this…
  9. 9. 16 8 24 20 75 106 0 20 40 60 80 100 120 Previews Week of Old Folder Photo Folder Digital Story 4 4 96 0 20 40 60 80 100 120 Post-Session Old Folder Photo Folder Digital Story Post-session views:
  10. 10. Impact? More visual! - looks like fun! We can see what we’ll be doing? This is what I came here to study. Works well on my MOBILE!
  11. 11. Phase 2: integration Flipped content Peer review Formative tasks
  12. 12. The Seven Affordances of Digital Storytelling Point of View Dramatic Question Emotional Content The Gift of the voice Power of the Soundtrack Economy Pacing
  13. 13. Phase 3: new role – new challenges
  14. 14. Staff CPD Developing skills – training the educators! • Writing • Organisation • Technology • Presentation • Interview • Interpersonal • Problem-solving • Assessment • Peer Review Emotional Intelligence
  15. 15. customerservices@jisc.ac.uk jisc.ac.uk Thank you Gordon Duffy-McGhie Director: Teaching, learning and student development g.duffy-mcghie@mbro.ac.uk

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