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PhotoStory 3. Nikki Miller Darlene Robinson Dax Valles -Wallace Amjaad Mujallid. Introduction. 21 st Century Skills. We want our students to be successful in work and in life. We want our students to compete with the global society through: Thinking critically Communicating effectively

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photostory 3

PhotoStory 3

Nikki Miller

Darlene Robinson

DaxValles-Wallace

Amjaad Mujallid

21 st century skills
21st Century Skills
  • We want our students to be successful in work and in life.
  • We want our students to compete with the global society through:
    • Thinking critically
    • Communicating effectively
    • Solving problems
    • Collaborating with others

Resource: http://www.p21.org

21 st century skills the framework
21st Century Skills-The Framework

Life and Career Skills

  • Initiative and self-direction
  • Social and Cross cultural skills
  • Productivity and accountability

Learning and Innovation Skills

  • Creativity and innovation
  • Critically think and solve problems
  • Communicate and collaborate

Information, Media and Technological skills

  • Information literacy
  • Media literacy
  • Information, communication and technology literacy

Resource: http://www.p21.org/documents/P21_Framework_Definitions.pdf

photostory background
PhotoStory Background

A free application allows users to create slideshows using digital

photos to share their visual stories.

Editing pictures, adding effects, sounds, and your own voice narration.

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Originally was based on a Microsoft Research project in photo sharing

in 2001.

Free Download

Some findings:

Windows Movie Maker

Voice Recording

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PhotoStory 3

Undo Button

Imovie  MAC

integration photostory3

Higher Education

High Schools

Middle Schools

Elementry

Integration PhotoStory3
higher education
Higher Education

A course description video

and put it on

the course’s webpage.

Digital storytelling

and presentations

PhotoStory 3

Can be used in

any class need using photos

Ex: Media art, Marketing,

Culture, and Language classes

high school
High School

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History: 10th grade students create a narrated timeline highlighting new ideas (i.e.Heliocentrism, Scientific Method, Newton’s Laws) changed the way people understood the world.

(S2 C6 PO 3).

Language arts: 9th grade create an autobiographical account of a time when you had to make an important decision results (S3 C1 PO 1).

Math: 11th Create a tutorial explaining vectors and the addition, subtraction and multiplication of vectors. (HS.N-VM.1).

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Technology: 12th grade create a digital presentation using data collected.

(S1 C4 PO 2).

middle schools
Middle Schools

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3

History: 8th graders work in groups to narrate an artwork that can stand alone and is representative of the Civil Rights movement. They describe the impact on individuals or groups during that time period (S3 PO5).

Math: 6th graders work in teams to create a survey, gather data and analyze results through creating a graph. They illustrate and narrate results (S2 C1 PO 1).

Reading: 7th grade students create a book report through narrating and illustrating a journal of the main character that describe their thoughts actions and words (S2 C 1 PO 3).

elementary

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Elementary

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Reading: 1st graders read aloud with fluency in a manner that sounds like natural speech to narrate a picture (S1 PO 2).

Math: 2nd graders find real life polygons and describe why the image fits the characteristic

(S4 C1 PO1).

Writing: 3rd graders develop a narrative based on imagined or real events.

(S3 C1 PO 1).

History: 5th graders in groups describe the geography, cultures, and economics of the Southern, Middle Atlantic, and New England Colonies through pictures (S1 PO 5).

Science: 4th grade students can classify animals by identifiable group characteristics (Life Science PO 2)

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Written Workshop Plan

Homer Davis Elementary School

Technology Integration Plan

professional development plan1
Professional Development Plan

*Photo Story 3 professional development will take place on Friday, March 2nd, 2012 from 9:00-11:00 during a district scheduled teacher work day.

budget
Budget

No extra budget allocations needed. Supplies are coming from principal’s current supply budget from M & 0. (e.g. binders and copy paper).

All presentations will be uploaded to schools P:drive (public drive) for easy retrieval.

Participation compensation will be through re-certification hours.

Site-based experts/ PD facilitators will receive professional

Responsibility points to earn 301 monies.

sustainability
Sustainability
  • Shared ownership
  • Utilizes the resources
  • Provides leadership opportunities
  • Integrates free technologies for teaching and learning
  • Supports district’s technology initiatives
  • Embedded professional development
  • Short term: Integration
  • Long term: Continued application
references
References
  • GATES, BILL. Redmond. 05 Sept. 2001. Speech.
  • `http://www.p21.org
  • http://www.bie.org
  • Schrum & Levin (2009). Leading 21st Century Schools.
  • Vronay, David, Shelly Farnham, and John Davis. PhotoStory: Preserving Emotion in Digital Photo Sharing. Microsoft Research Project. Web.
  • Wagner, Tony. (2008). The Global Achievement Gap. New York: New York: Basic Books.