Digital storytelling: Putting Learning Above Output iste 2014


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Minimize output struggles using digital storytelling. Maximize opportunities for assessing learning and not the output. Help your students engage in expressing and communicating rather than struggling with writing.

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  • lisa Introductions
    Game plan for the day:
    digital storytelling(big ideas, examples), creative process,
    creative commons, app demos, creation time, sharing, wrap-up
  • lisa Briefly introduce concept of Makerspace and how digital storytelling
    is essential to transformative learning in a open, creative space
    We want to create in this room today a space where we invite you to tinker,
    experiment, and “learn by doing” as Sylvia Martinez challenges us to do.
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    We define ourselves as humans by the stories we tell
    We learn by listening & creating stories
    Each of us is a unique collection of stories
    We are all different learners with different strengths & needs Dig Storytelling engages reluctant learners
  • Power of students creating stories about their learning hooks them
    into the magic of storytelling: metaphor, characters, symbols.
    Focus our work w/students on the learning and not just “getting the
    project done”
  • Kevin: Brief explanation of SAMR Model and how it shapes our integration
    of technology for transformative learning
  • Lisa -
    the goal of StoryTelling is to have students create ways of demonstrating their learning. Engaging students to explore / share their learning with creativity ensures deeper learning.
    Caveat: It is not about the app

    [twitter]@KenBurns What makes good storytelling[twitter]
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  • Kevin: Digital storytelling is a process that needs to be taught to students/creators
  • kevin Watch good stories for inspiration and ideas.
  • kevin Great resource for creativity
    Steal like an Artist by Austin Kleon
  • kevin/lisa When in doubt, document, document, document.
    Build model digital stories for students for assignments
    to clarify what you want them to me. Become a digital storyteller
    by telling digital stories.
  • Kevin: Freshgrade app for formative assessment, builds
    digital portfolio to share with educators and parents.
  • Kevin: students need to do research, learn how to storyboard the
    elements of their story, and have defined roles for digital storytelling
    production. The more prep the better the final digital story.
  • Kevin: focus on the learning in digital storytelling, we are not teaching
    “iPad” we are learning about multi-literacies and collaboration skills.
  • Kevin: This just was posted on Twitter and we can see the highest level
    of learning has to do with building, designing, creating and this is at
    the heart of digital storytelling.
  • LISA - teach students to give credit to producers of digital content
    Digital Literacy needs to be taught in the womb. Find Creative Commons images fast for projects
  • Lisa: quick intro to
  • Lisa: excellent resource Copyright
    model ethical digital citizenship for students
  • Lisa The magic in digital storytelling is mashup. We find content,
    alter it, make it our own realizing we stand on the shoulders
    of giants.
  • Orwell: Teach students visual literacy and then how to create their
    own images/video, digital content
  • Orwell: Teach students visual literacy and then how to create their
    own images/video, digital content
  • Orwell: Quick Demo 5min 5-10 min practice
    close, medium, wide shots photo/video
    rule of thirds, keeping elbows in, moving towards subject, microphone iRig,
    App Camera Plus $2.00 (lets you do creative effects eg.locking the focus depth of field)
    creating negative space shooting with ear buds
  • Kevin: Quick Demo
  • quick explanation of projects with Comic Life
  • Quick Demo
  • Orwell: Importance of trans-literacy Students need to be able to analyze,
    critique and produce video.
  • Orwell: Introduce this tragic condition sweeping the nation
  • Orwell [twitter]Are you guilty of VVS? Have you been subjected to VVS? [/twitter]
  • Orwell quick demo
  • Orwell: Talk about examples of how digital stories using video
  • quick demo
  • Film trailers in iMovie force learners to be focused and work within
    time constraints of the medium
  • Kevin quick demo
  • Orwell quick demo
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  • Lisa: Wrap up/Thanks/We will share with you all a list of resources
    used in workshop.
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  • Digital storytelling: Putting Learning Above Output iste 2014

    1. 1. Digital Storytelling: Students as Creators of Their Learning kevin amboe orwell kowalyshyn lisa domeier de suárez Kevin Amboe Orwell Kowalyshyn lisa domeier de suarez
    2. 2. Game Plan
    3. 3. Makerspaces: a open collaborative learning environment where we share materials, learn new skills, and create projects. An idea incubator!
    4. 4. The truth about stories is... that’s all we are. - Thomas King
    5. 5. Neverland is our evolutionary niche, our special habitat. - Jonathan Gottschall The Storytelling Animal Flickr:
    6. 6. SAMR Model
    7. 7. StoryTelling: more than words
    8. 8. iStorytelling 818
    9. 9. vvCreative Process
    10. 10. Watch good stories to make good stories
    11. 11. Documen t All Learning
    12. 12. Research, Storyboarding, Roles
    13. 13. Focus on the Skills not the Tools
    14. 14. Source: Mia Macmeekin
    15. 15. Source: @langwitches
    16. 16. Everything is a mashup -Kirby Ferguson
    17. 17. Encourage students to create their own digital content Creative Commons Foxspain Fotografia
    18. 18. Built in Camera !
    19. 19. Comic Life Cost: $4.99
    20. 20. Comic Touch 2 Cost: free
    21. 21. Video is the new text - Marc Anderson, consultant
    22. 22. Don’t suffer from VVS
    23. 23. iMovie Cost: $4.99 Trailer & Video Templates
    24. 24. Entry from Hillcrest Elementary for Global Read Aloud Contest One and Only Ivan by Katherine Applegate
    25. 25. Videolicious Cost: Free Easy video production
    26. 26. Constraint inspires creativity. - Jack Dorsey, Twitter co-creator
    27. 27. Cost: Free - in app purchases available Director’s Pass Cost: $2.99 Photo & Video Puppet Pals
    28. 28. Explain Everything Cost: $2.99 Worth every cent! Multiple ways to export lessons Store projects in rough form Import videos, keynotes, images Record voice to demonstrate learning Does not require email to export lessons
    29. 29. 6 Word Story in Explain Everything
    30. 30. Inquiry Project: Role of Animals in the First/Second World Wars
    31. 31. Educreations Cost: Free Requires you to create an account online to share lessons
    32. 32. BookCreator One Book: free Cost: $4.99 Images, video, export to ibooks to make instant ebooks
    33. 33. Creation Time
    34. 34. Create class Dropbox account with your email Create closed or open Youtube channel Email from Camera Roll Saving/Shari ng Save to Google Drive
    35. 35. Be brave, share what you made!
    36. 36. Send your work to DropItTo Me Share, share, share! password: happy 75 megabites Max
    37. 37. Remember learning is messy.
    38. 38. A story should be remembered for its soul, and not for the bells and whistles. - Bernajean PorterFlickr
    39. 39. I was dipping my toe into new learning and then I realized I just needed to jump. - #sd36learn educator
    40. 40. Life begins at the end of your comfort zone. - Neale Donald Walsch
    41. 41. Stories are meant to be told.
    42. 42. Tell yours and help your students tell theirs.
    43. 43. Our world needs you.
    44. 44. Thank you ! @amboe_k @kowalyshyn @librarymall you ! you ! Thank you! @amboe_k @kowalyshyn @librarymall #sd36learn
    45. 45. Tell us what you think! There are two ways to provide feedback on this session: • ISTE 2014 mobile app •
    46. 46. Works Cited impacts-real-world/ Marc Prensky From Digital Natives to Digital Wisdom pg 140 Kerby Ferguson Embrace the Remix Create Your Own Maker Culture in the Library Wesley Frey Global Read Aloud Contest from Hillcrest Elementary “The One and Only Ivan” Comic Life (Just ignore info about WebDav if you don’t have it) Lisa Domeier de Suarez page Photos: from Flickr with a Creative Commons License This Presentation has Creative Commons License Use it, remix it, share it! Green door handle Photo: Chair decay photo: One year in one image photo:
    47. 47. licensed-images-a-students-guide-from-the-unquiet-library photo spirals fire: Photo chairs: Steve Jobs photo: Copyright Flowchart @langwitches no-if-this-then/ Source: hugovk one year in an image: Umbrella Sharing Green Fridge Source: Olly Farrell Bloom’s Taxonomy Revised: action-verbs-that-define-blooms-taxonomy/
    48. 48. Buffy Hamiliton makerspace definition slide: communities-through-school-libraries-and-makerspaces-creating- constructing-collaborating-contributing/ Globe with hands Source: charamelody : Ruben Puentedura SAMR Model dExemplars.pdf Game plan Photo: girl with soccer ball Source: TJook Flickr:
    49. 49. Neverland is our evolutionary niche, our special habitat. - Jonathan Gottschall The Storytelling Animal
    50. 50. Source: Nancy Duarte Resonate
    51. 51. Learning Commons: a world of projects co-exist
    52. 52. Are students leaving a learning legacy at school?