TeachingICTK12 - DIGITAL STORYTELLING
cc licensed ( BY SA ) flickr photo by law_keven: http://flickr.com/photos/kevenlaw/2052407797/ Digital storytelling is a short usually a first-person narrative created by combining a combination of audio files, such as voice, music or other sound effects with still or moving images. What is a digital story? It's short It's sometimes personal It's unique It embraces different media Creating a Digital story: 1. Decide on what the story will be about-plan carefully 2. Write your script 3. Find images/video/music 4.
michelleproject / FrontPage
Purpose Statement: The Dear Michelle project is committed to giving our future leaders a voice in the nation’s public conversation. Through this project, students will learn the art of writing narrative letters and employing technology to create their stories through digital storytelling. This project will encourage students to write narratives regarding relevant events in their lives for the purpose of informing our present national leaders about those personal events.
The mission of the Dear Michelle project is to provide all students a place to express themselves and be a part of the public conversation regarding our country. The Dear Michelle project is committed to and focused on making a difference in the lives of each of its citizens. by Apr 24
Amanda Final Cut - Ann Richards School Dear Michelle Project
Here is another student example from the DMP. This film was featured in a local Film Festival. The student was also highlighted in our local news stations and newspapers for being the youngest filmmaker to have her film featured in the Film Festival. by Apr 24
For more digital storytelling tools and student-created samples, check out my DigiStory 2.0 page , Alan Levin's 50+ Ways to Tell a Story and Wesley Fryer's Mapping Media to the Curriculum . Dr. Lodge McCammon's FIZZ Paper Slide Videos
Grazing for Digital Natives - digitalstorytelling
Digital Storytelling 2.0 What's Next
JOL > Collections >Digital Storytelling 2.0: What's next In 2009 and beyond, being a learner means being connected, and that means understanding how to develop connections face to face, as well as through online networks. It is these connections form the basis of a personalized learning network that literally can make learning a 24/7 endeavor that involves co-learners and co-teachers from around the globe. Central to this ability to learn online, to participate online, is the ability to craft messages that have the potential to impact others.
access to articles, sample videos, links to software tutorials as well as classroom activities by Apr 23