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Digital Story Telling. MSET April 20, 2012. A Picture Worth a 1000 Words. If a picture is worth a thousand words – just think how effectively your sudents could communicate when they can include audio, motion, written words, and emotion as well!. Digital Storytelling Meets State Standards.

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digital story telling

Digital Story Telling


April 20, 2012

a picture worth a 1000 words
A Picture Worth a 1000 Words

If a picture is worth a thousand words – just think how effectively your sudents could communicate when they can include audio, motion, written words, and emotion as well!

digital storytelling meets state standards
Digital Storytelling Meets State Standards
  • Computer and Multimedia Literacy - the ability to appropriately use hardware, software applications, multimedia tools, and other electronic technology. It includes the usage of technology tools for productivity and communication.
  • Information Literacy - the acquisition, interpretation, and dissemination of information. Information literacy focuses on effective methods for locating, evaluating, using, and generating information. Technology-based information literacy skills encompass the utilization of the Internet and other electronic information resources for research and knowledge building.
  • Technological Literacy - the abilities needed to participate in a technological world. It is the intersection of mathematics, science, and technology. It encompasses unique knowledge, devices, and capabilities used to solve problems. It identifies career connections between technology and the world of work.
student becomes organizer
Student Becomes Organizer
  • Concept Mapping Ideas.
    • to generate ideas (brain storming, etc.);
    • to design a complex structure (Movie structure.);
    • to communicate complex ideas;
    • to aid learning by explicitly integrating new and old knowledge;
    • to assess understanding or diagnose misunderstanding.
  • Sequencing of movie.
student becomes finder constructor creator and evaluator of knowledge
Student Becomes Finder, Constructor, Creator, and Evaluator of Knowledge
  • Finder & consumer of information.
  • Curriculum Content Achievement.
  • Craftsmanship of communication by students beyond existing knowledge.
  • Technologist.
student becomes designer of communication
Student Becomes Designer of Communication
  • Components of Image, Voice/Sound, Text, Format/Structure, Color, Content.
  • Presentation of Communication – Eye contact, voice, visual /auditory aides body/gestures, poise/style, engagement in reflection.
  • Interactivity of Communication .
student becomes writer for understanding
Student Becomes Writer for Understanding
  • Use Word Processing.
    • Produce Narration for Movie.
    • Insert diagram (concept mapping) using word.
instructor tool gathering
Instructor Tool Gathering
  • Computer.
    • Windows Movie Maker.
    • Windows PhotoStory
    • Microphone.
    • Microsoft Word.
    • Scanner (Opt).
    • Video recorder (Opt).
    • Digital Camera (Opt).
    • CD Burner (Opt).
  • Internet / Research Tools (Books, Experts, Museums, Videos, Photographs, Historical Societies, …).
instructor preparation
Instructor Preparation
  • Plan project
    • Good Questions / Directions based on type of communication.
    • Resources – What resources can students use.
    • Groups – 2/3 students per project.
    • Organize Student Folders – Place for students to store printed storyboards.
    • Gather and prepare media resources – Storyboard Tool.
    • Peer review
    • Evaluating projects – Rubric