Digital Storytelling. Martin Jenkins & Katie Boase Centre for Active Learning University of Gloucestershire 1st November 2007. Presentation structure. Introduction: what is digital storytelling? Educational uses Key considerations Examples Analysing the use of digital storytelling.
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Martin Jenkins & Katie Boase
Centre for Active Learning
University of Gloucestershire
1st November 2007
‘no single structural representation of a story. However the prototypical story identifies a protagonist, a predicament, attempts to resolve the predicament, the outcomes of such attempts and the reactions of the protagonists.
Creating an effective story is therefore a matter of ‘effective causal thinking’(Robinson & Hawpe, 1986)
Example from Daniel Meadow’s PhotoBus
Technique was considered lightweight and was used narrowly to
Storytelling can ‘encourage students to integrate feeling and thought, the subjective and objective ways in which we make judgments about our world’ (Beatty, 2000)
I think it was quite useful actually for the students who did it then to almost watch it again with our eyes because they were commenting on it as well which is not something that normally happens in the traditional way – they just stand up and get it over with and don’t really want to think about it again, but they were quite critical, more so than was appropriate actually. Like – if we did it again, we’d do this bit differently – and so on. Yes, it was very good from that point of view it forced them, well not forced them, it encouraged them all to reflect on what the purpose of such a thing might be and how it could be used so
2 : ‘Making sense’
3 : ‘Meaning making’
4 : ‘Working with meaning’
5 : ‘Transformative learning’