by: Cindy Lane, MSEd <email@example.com>
is the new Powerpoint allowing you and your students to combine text, images, audio,and video to tell stories. Learn why and how to engage your students in higher levels of thinking as they create movies to show their level of understanding about a curricular concept. Digital Stories can come in a variety of formats (poetry, riddles, documentaries) and can be produced in any content area (math in the real world, a science explanation, or a literary interpretation). Use your PC--Photostory 3 and Windows MovieMaker 2.6 or your MAC --GarageBand and iMovie, to create simple to sophisticated digital stories. We will explore ways to plan, manage, and assess your students to ensure digital storytelling success.
THIS PRESENTATION WOULD NOT HAVE BEEN POSSIBLE
WITHOUT MY FELLOW DISCOVERY EDUCATION TRAINER; MRS. JENNIFER GINGERICH!
- Jennifer's Diigo List of Digital Storytelling Links
- Jennifer's Diigo List of Digital Kit Building Links
- Digital Book Talks
- AFI Screen Nation
- Tech Head DigitalStorytelling Links
- Teacher Tube
- Dennis Grice's Digital Storytelling Wikispaces
- Apple Learning Interchange iLife in the Clasrooom
- Mabry Film Festival
- 50+Web 2.0 ways to Make a Story!
- Make your own story on Search Stories in Youtube
- Discovery Education Music Video Contest
- Visual Acuity: From Consumers to Critics and Creators from Edutopia
- How to Use Digital Storytelling in the Classroom from Edutopia
- Digital Storytelling Finds Its Place in the Classroom by Multimedia Schools
- Standards-Proof Your Digital Storytelling Efforts by David Jacks of Tech & Learning
- Filmmaking as a Tool for Teaching and Learning By Nikos Theodosakis, The Director in the Classroom
- The Art of Digital Storytelling by Bernajean Porter
- Orchestrating the Media Collage by Jason Ohler