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Digital Storytelling: Empowering Pre-service Teachers’ Voices as Future Educators. Dr. Pamela Morehead Dr. Ledong Li Barbara LaBeau Greg Gallup Oakland University.

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digital storytelling empowering pre service teachers voices as future educators

Digital Storytelling: Empowering Pre-service Teachers’ Voices as Future Educators

Dr. Pamela Morehead

Dr. Ledong Li

Barbara LaBeau

Greg Gallup

Oakland University

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Through flows in terms of stories - stories about events, stories about people, and stories about intentions and achievements. The best teachers are the best story tellers. We learn in the form of stories. - Frank Smith

research questions
Research Questions
  • Does digital storytelling enhance a teacher candidate’s self-efficacy?
  • Does digital storytelling improve the teacher candidate’s knowledge and use of multimedia technology tools?
participants and backgrounds
Participants and Backgrounds
  • 20 pre-service teachers participated in the study as volunteers
  • Participants are from the school of education from a Midwest university
  • Participants were asked to address professional issues, understanding, and beliefs as teachers
  • Participants were encouraged to use digital storytelling as a new way to record their thoughts on the process and improvement of teaching
methodology data collection
Methodology / Data Collection
  • Pre-survey: general info, knowledge base, technology skills, reflections
  • Online discussions
  • Records of process and steps of digital story construction
  • Post-survey: knowledge base, technology skills, reflections
  • Interviews
  • Students projects (artifacts)
workshop time management
Workshop Time Management
  • Total of 6 workshops were offered on Saturdays
  • Workshop was offered once a month, starting November 12, 2005
  • 3 to 5 hours for each workshop
  • Extra lab hours on Tuesday and Friday afternoons for the last month
digital storytelling process
Digital Storytelling Process
  • Each workshop was used to focus on a step toward creating the digital story:
    • project introduction
    • concept mapping
    • script writing, and artifacts collecting
    • story boarding, and digital story drafting
    • digital story revising and editing
    • digital story publishing
artifacts collection
Artifacts Collection
  • Pictures (printouts to be scanned)
  • Digital pictures
  • Pictures downloaded off the Internet
  • Drawings and illustrations
  • Digital video clips
  • Music (from CDs / mp3s)
  • Voiceover (self-recorded)
technology tools used
Word-processing

WebCT discussion board

PowerPoint

iPhoto

iTunes

iMovie

Voiceover tools

Digital cameras

Scanners

Headsets

Mac computers

PC laptops

Jump-drives

External hard-drives

CD & DVD (blank)

Technology Tools Used
educational impact
Educational Impact
  • Balancing traditional methods with new teaching approaches
  • Finding a new way of creating educational portfolio
  • Enhancing language literacy, visual literacy, and media literacy
  • Meeting up-to-date educational standards
student examples
Student Examples
  • Wayne: understanding of education
  • Mary: technology and new learners
  • Rob: Why do I want to be a teacher?
  • Orsola: personal reflections
  • Doris: beliefs in classroom teaching
  • Alisa: Why do I want to be a teacher?
  • Kristin and April: reflective portfolio