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Survival Tips for Digital Storytelling. “It’s like everyone tells a story about themselves inside their own head.

Survival Tips for Digital Storytelling

Always. All the time. That story makes you what you are. We build ourselves out of that story.” ~ Patrick Rothfuss, The Name of the Wind Throughout history, people have learned through stories. If you enjoyed this post, you may want to subscribe for FREE to receive regular updates or subscribe to the Teacher Reboot Camp free eNewsletter to receive resources like these and updates on free professional development events!

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Currently, I am moderating a free online course, Digital Storytelling for Young Learners, with a dream team of moderators who are phenomenal at working with young learners, Esra Girgin, Barbara Sakamoto, Özge Karaoglu, Jennifer Verschoor, David Dodgson, and Michelle Worgan.

Engaging Learners through Digital Storytelling: 40+ Resources & Tips

Over 250 participants have joined and have shared incredibly imaginative stories in our online class portfolio. One of the most surprising discoveries, though, was that 62% of the teachers who took our survey said they had never had their learners create digital stories. Our language learners have powerful stories to share and often share personal stories in blogs, Facebook, Youtube, or Twitter. Through digital storytelling we motivate our learners to apply, contextualize, visualize, and personalize the language they learn. There are 100s of free digital tools and websites to inspire your learners to create extremely imaginative stories and share them with a global audience.

Challenge: DigitalStorytelling4Kids [licensed for non-commercial use only] / Sandbox. Welcome to the Sandbox The Sandbox area is where you can test several of the digital storytelling tools we didn't cover in the sessions.

DigitalStorytelling4Kids [licensed for non-commercial use only] / Sandbox

First, visit the suggested tools and choose one or a few to play with. Then add your creation to the Posterous page by sending an email to digitalstorytellingEVO2013@posterous.com with your creation. Don't forget to tag and add a Title to your Posterous post ((tag: sandbox)). You can add a Title and tags by including these in the Subject Line of your email. Click on any of the icons to be led to a free comic creator tool. Creaza- Create comics, make movies, edit audio, and more! Bubblr - create your comic strip with Flickr pictures and add bubbles to tell your story!

Comicmaster - Cool graphic novel creator. Stripgenerator - You don't have to register in order to create a comic. Bitstrips - Not free, but offers a 30-day free trial and includes more educational support (e.g., activities) than most other comic generators Domoanimate - Make your own animations. Sharing Stories: Powerful Lessons in Digital Storytelling GAETC. Digital Storytelling Tools for Educators by Silvia Rosenthal Tolisano (eBook)

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Kurt Vonnegut on the Shapes of Stories and Good News vs. Bad News

This season has been ripe with Kurt Vonnegut releases, from the highly anticipated collection of his letters to his first and last works introduced by his daughter, shedding new light on the beloved author both as a complex character and a masterful storyteller. All the recent excitement reminded me of an old favorite, in which Vonnegut maps out the shapes of stories, with equal parts irreverence and perceptive insight, along the “G-I axis” of Good Fortune and Ill Fortune and the “B-E axis” of Beginning and Entropy.

The below footage is an excerpt from a longer talk, the transcript of which was published in its entirety in Vonnegut’s almost-memoir A Man Without a Country (public library) under a section titled “Here is a lesson in creative writing,” featuring Vonnegut’s hand-drawn diagrams. Brain Pickings has a free weekly newsletter. The Future Of Storytelling Is About To Get Wild. Guest author Kim Gaskins is the director of content development and lead writer for Latitude, an international research consultancy.

The Future Of Storytelling Is About To Get Wild

Many of us go about our lives constantly surrounded by screens, immersed in various "stories": movies, TV shows, books, plot-driven video games, news articles, advertising, and more. Whether we realize it or not, we're creating new behaviors, routines, mindsets, and expectations around what we watch, read or play—which in turn presents new challenges and opportunities for creators and marketers. In other words, while the fundamentals of good storytelling remain the same, technology is changing how stories can be told. But what does that mean exactly? Since last year, Latitude, a strategic insights consultancy, has been conducting an ongoing Future of Storytelling initiative to understand what audiences want for the long haul. Stories Come Out Of The Screen, Into The Physical World Characters Will Become Connections Stories Will Be Told 24/7. Www.jasonohler.com/pdfs/storyboard_template.pdf. Book Creator Free.

Description The simple way to create your own beautiful iBooks, right on the iPad.

Book Creator Free

Read them in iBooks, send them to your friends, or submit them to the iBooks Store. Ideal for children’s picture books, photo books, art books, cook books, manuals, textbooks, and the list goes on. * The no. 1 Book app for the iPad in over 60 countries * "Book Creator makes e-book publishing easy” - wired.com * Over 6 million books already made with Book Creator* One of the Top 50 Apps for the iPad - The Guardian * Winner of a Parents' Choice Gold Award Try it free to create your first book (with in-app purchase for unlimited books). Watch the video of Book Creator in action and find out more at www.redjumper.net/bookcreator Perfect for the home Use Book Creator to create a personalised story for your child, or arrange family pictures and art into a beautiful eBook. Perfect for the classroom "My students loved this app. Perfect for designers "What a great tool! "It’s easy to learn and intuitive to use. Digital Storytelling Kit - Thank you!

The resources in this kit will help you implement the exciting process of digital storytelling with your students.

Digital Storytelling Kit - Thank you!

Right- or ctrl-click to download each file below or download a single PDF on the right. Articles Sample Digital Stories Bookmark this page to use to set expectations for student work. Lesson Plans If you have any questions, please let us know. —The Tech4Learning Team. Ping Pong Story - Where Storytelling Meets Magic. English Language Learners and the Power of Personal Stories. We’ve asked Larry Ferlazzo, a prolific blogger and Twitter user who has written a recent book called “English Language Learners: Teaching Strategies That Work,” to do a guest post for us today. More than five million children in the United States enter school each year speaking a language other than English. That amount is expected to grow to 25% by the year 2025. It’s not surprising, then, that we hear from readers regularly that the more we can offer for this group, the better. Larry has an interesting background: he spent the first twenty years of his career as a community organizer in California, often working with foreign-born populations.

When he became a high school teacher six years ago, he realized that many of the strategies he used as an organizer translated easily to the classroom. Please let us know how you address E.L.L. issues in your classroom by joining the conversation below. English Language Learners and the Power of Personal Stories By LARRY FERLAZZO The key element? 9 Web 2.0 Sites to Publish Student Work. Written by Mark Brumley Publish and Share Student Work Publishing educational technology enhanced content online, in eye-catching formats, is easier than ever.

9 Web 2.0 Sites to Publish Student Work

And, students love to publish their projects online and share with their family and friends. Use these easy-to-use web 2.0 sites to publish, share and celebrate student work. Two Publishing Categories Online content publishing (leaving out the massive blogging category) falls into two broad categories. Yudu Yudu lets you upload all sorts of content including Word documents and PDF’s. Flipsnack Flipsnack is very similar to Yudu and is extremely easy to use. Issuu Issuu (pronounced “issue”) is another option to upload almost any document format and transform it into a virtual flipping book. Tikatok Tikatok is aimed at younger students and is a wonderful tool for story creation. Mixbook Mixbook is very similar to Tikatok but features some sophisticated editing tools perfect for middle or high school students.

Mark Brumley (112 Posts) Lazoo: Squiggles! Interactive Animated Coloring Book. Description Praise of Squiggles: • "This app has a huge 'Wow' factor, as it encourages little ones to try new things ...

Lazoo: Squiggles! Interactive Animated Coloring Book

If you have a preschooler, don't miss this one. " -- USA TODAY- 4 Stars (out of 4) • "We promise it’ll draw you in. " -- DailyCandy • "Every child who tested this app loved it. " -- Circle of Moms Pictures come to life with "Squiggles! ", a revolutionary new educational drawing app for young children. A child’s simple hand-drawn squiggle can become a lion's mane, rocket smoke, cotton candy, a curly beard, and more! Save your child’s creations in the app, then upload them to Lazoo’s secure digital treasure chest or email them to family and friends! Features: • Unique “living” drawing pages • Drawing palette including stickering, chalk, mystery color, ketchup tool, and more • Save your creations and share with loved ones • Animated short with Bobu and Miku Education: "Squiggles!

" ...More. Video Dictionary: Vidtionary. Animation software. Essential Web Resources - Creating Online Story Books. Sites for Creating Online Storybooks Presentation Handout (.pdf)Story Map Template (.doc) My Storymaker Very simple to use, and students do not need an account to create stories here.

Students choose their main character from a list of possible characters, then they choose the character's goal and a secondary character. Stories can be printed or saved as PDF files. Story Jumper Storyjumper is an extremely easy-to-use site for creating storybooks. StoryBird This awesome site allows you to use collections of existing artwork from various artists as inspiration. Kerpoof An amazing site for expressing creativity. Collection of Online Story interactive Glogster posterwith links to some very online storybook creators.

Online Animation you like the Movie function in Kerpoof, here is a collection of more animation story sites. MakeBelieve Comix A very simple-to-use site for creating stories in the form of two, three, or four panel comic strips. Dvolver MovieMaker Picture Book Maker Dr. The Art Of Storytelling » Tell A Story. Get inspired by featured artwork from the Delaware Art Museum and write a story through the interactive Tell a Story activity. Look through the images below for a brief introduction on how this activity works, or click on the link below to begin telling your story. Launch the Tell a Story Activity 1) Choose an inspirational work of art First, select a work of art as the inspiration for your story. 2) Tell your story Next, you'll write a story to accompany the artwork. 3) Share your story Once finished, you have the option to send your creation to family and friends, and submit it to the Delaware Art Museum to be included in an online gallery of stories.

Launch the Tell a Story Activity. Write About This. Web20-21stcentury-tools - home. StoryKeepers - iPad StoryTelling APPS. Storytelling continues to gain popularity as an educational activity. As it stimulates a deep thinking, creativity and basic literacies, it also enhances and enriches the learning experience for student voices. Storytelling is an art form that uses a story ARC regardless of digital tools used while modernizing the traditional oral storytelling.

It is more than "tell about" or "explain something" - a rich, powerful storytelling unfolds a dilemma - a struggle and a resolution organized around a story point or lesson learned. The emotional journey very powerful way of communicating [supported by research] with our audiences be they peers and portraying to others who we are and what our own stories are. It also provides an opportunity to connect with a group by creating a shared experience. Special INFO ~ Consumer Review of REEL vs iMovie: Comparing functions NEW! Storyrobe This is an app that allows you to share your story with other Storyrobe users. Splice (Free and Pro) In a World....

Welcome - ThingLink. BJP's Books & Articles. Books Articles I-imagine: Taking MY Place in the World ~ A Scrapbooking Journey PLUS Teacher's Guide (PDF Books) In life you have two choices. You either create a future for yourself, or adapt to a future created for you by others.- Larry Quick I-imagine™: Taking MY Place in the World is a personal, scrapbooking journey grounded in new research showing significant gains that comes from inspiring hope, joy and action in learners. I-imagine's Student Scrapbook (60 Pages) and Teacher's Guide (140 pages) are bundled as a complete do-your-own vision videos curriculum package.

Order Now More Details Wiki Resources Digitales: The Art of Digital Storytelling This enchanted book by Bernajean Porter shares the art and possibilities of telling digital stories. While there are many technical books on hardware and software as well as traditional storytelling books, there are few books like DigiTales written to blend the power of both together. Purchase for iPad Purchase for Kindle More Details Download PDF. Visual storytelling: 14 tools for journalists.

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Storybird - Artful storytelling. Create Video Slideshows - Style Selector. Five Card Flickr. Lessons Specifically for Writer's Notebooks. Picture Prompt Story Starters. 100 Word Story. Journal Jar - Free Journal Topic App for iPhone / iPod touch / iPad / Android. Audacity: Free Audio Editor and Recorder. Story Starters. By Jamie Keddie » Lying on the pavement. Lightning Bug. 7 billion Others.

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  1. inmitacs Feb 20 2013
    Simply brilliant! Thanks 4 sharing!