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Nurturing Digital Citizens - Digital Storytelling with Primary Prosumers

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Presentation for BCTF's PSA - CUEBC - Computer Using Educators of BC on October 23, 2015.

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Nurturing Digital Citizens - Digital Storytelling with Primary Prosumers

  1. 1. NURTURING DIGITAL CITIZENS Kevin Amboe kamboe@bcerac.ca @amboe_k Professional Learning Coordinator DIGITAL STORYTELLING WITH PRIMARY PROSUMERS
  2. 2. LEARNING INTENTIONS •What is available from ERAC to support classrooms •Resources within BC Digital Classroom •Ideas to share their stories through creating digital artifacts •Alternative tools based on platform
  3. 3. •… provides 24/7 access to 17 digital reference resources at the best possible price. BC Digital Classroom
  4. 4. #erac24/7 @LisaRead @amboe_k @M_Berra57
  5. 5. www.BCERAC.ca
  6. 6. • Funded by membership fees from Schools and Districts & task specific grants from BC Ministry of Education. • Evaluating, brokering, licensing and acquisition of print, software, and digital learning resources. • Low cost licensing access to the BC Digital Classroom Collection of 17 online resources. • Professional Learning Team supporting learning in the 24/7 classroom. Educational and Resource Acquisition Consortium
  7. 7. EDUCATIONAL VISION Learners • Provided best life chances • Acknowledge their self worth • Empowered to Make a Difference • Have Meaningful experiences • Avoid hoop jumping
  8. 8. Technology in the Classroom is NOT the End Goal, Enabling Learning everywhere is the Goal Andrew Barras
  9. 9. ACCESSING INFORMATION
  10. 10. WALLED GARDEN
  11. 11. STORY
  12. 12. GRADE 3 - GENIUS
  13. 13. GRADE 3 PARTICLES – CLASS EXPLORATION
  14. 14. GRADE 3 PARTICLES – CLASS EXPLORATION
  15. 15. CITIZENS
  16. 16. BC DIGITAL CLASSROOM IS THE RESOURCE NOW BRING IT TO LIFE
  17. 17. Free Play, Engagement with ideas, Generate ideas, Incubating ideas
  18. 18. WHY BOTHER
  19. 19. Create, Collaborate, Think Critically, Communicate!
  20. 20. •Primary students can capture and share their learning with digital artifacts, still photos, video, voice dictation, Explain Everything, and Comic Life.
  21. 21. MAKING THINKING VISIBLE Camera Comic Life Book Creator Explain Everything Puppet PalsCoaches Eye Garage Band
  22. 22. USE STILL IMAGES Select and Share / Carousel
  23. 23. USE STILL IMAGES
  24. 24. MAKE STILL IMAGES
  25. 25. VIDEO IMAGE
  26. 26. VIDEO IMAGE See link in speaker notes
  27. 27. VOICE RECORD
  28. 28. EXPLAIN EVERYTHING See link
  29. 29. COMIC LIFE
  30. 30. WHERE IS THE •Reasoning •Synthesizing •Interpreting •Creation
  31. 31. http://mscassidysclass.edublogs.org/
  32. 32. WHAT WILL IT LOOK LIKE THIS WEEK TO NURTURE YOUR YOUNG DIGITAL CITIZENS? WHAT WILL YOU DO TO ENSURE YOU REACH YOUR PASSION? WHAT RISKS ARE YOU WILLING TO TAKE?
  33. 33. QUESTIONS ???
  34. 34. NURTURING DIGITAL CITIZENS Kevin Amboe kamboe@bcerac.ca @amboe_k Professional Learning Coordinator DIGITAL STORYTELLING WITH PRIMARY PROSUMERS

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