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Title: 21st Century Digital Storytelling


1
21st Century Digital Storytelling
  • Sue Summerford
  • Lenawee Intermediate School District
  • Educational Technology Consultant
  • June 29, 2009

2
What is your favorite story?
  • Introduce yourself
  • Name
  • Where/who you teach
  • What is your favorite story?

3
What is Digital Storytelling?
  • What do kids really learn?

Interesting Book The Director in the Classroom
by Nikos Theodosakis - talks about how
filmmaking engages children in the
classroom. http//www.thedirectorintheclassroom.co
m/profile4.php
4
Digital Storytelling
  • Develops visual and multimedia literacy in
    students.
  • Provides students with a competitive and
    compelling voice
  • Permits students to recapture creativity, develop
    it and intensify it, apply it, extend it
    . . .

5
Digital Storytelling
  • Helps students write more effectively by
    permitting the visualization of the writing
  • Provides an authentic personal learning
    experience
  • Teaches technology and information literacy

6
What makes up a digital story?
  • Voice
  • Still frame imagery
  • Video
  • Music

7
Additional Elements
  • Black space
  • Text
  • Transitions
  • Title Slides

8
Digital Storytelling Process
  • Write
  • Write some more
  • Storyboard
  • Locate Resources
  • Create
  • Share

9
or, the Beginning!
Ready for Viewing
10
Storytelling As Old As Time
  • 77 of the population are visual learners
  • We will all respond have different favorites
    at the end of the workshop

file
11
Why Digital Stories?
  • Students today are different
  • Disconnect between the way students live and the
    way they are being taught
  • Todays students are no longer the people our
    educational system was designed to
    teach. Marc Prensky

12
Digital Natives
13
Digital Immigrants the rest of us
14
Why Digital Storytelling?
  • Develops visual and multimedia literacy in
    students.
  • Provides students with a competitive and
    compelling voice
  • Permits students to recapture creativity, develop
    it and intensify it, apply it, extend
    it . . .

15
Why Digital Storytelling?
  • Helps students write more effectively by
    permitting the visualization of the writing
  • Provides an authentic personal learning
    experience
  • Teaches technology and information literacy

16
Dealing With Todays Students
  • Succinct, not PowerPoint generation story
  • The narration is the story
  • Seven elements or story will sink
  • Ask permission to share some are private.
  • Personal Conference with me first.
  • The Kiva, Sacred Story Circle
  • Renee

17
Writing Is Key
  • Do writing first, then voice track, then bring in
    pictures
  • Students need to write facts because they may
    not have lived long enough to have personal
    narrative
  • Buffalo by Josiah
  • Have student teams Cropping, Audio, Web,
    Scanning, Music

18
What Is The Writer Trying To Say?
  • Cover eyes, listen to narrative.
  • Do these stories fit qualifications for highly
    proficient according to Michigan Holistic Scoring
    Guide?
  • Bring in pictures last!
  • Nugget

19
The Writing Process
  • I wrote you a long letter. I would have written
    you a short letter but I didnt have the time.
  • Mark Twain

20
Process or Product?
  • Writing vs. Technology Component
  • Pull out one nugget or one idea
  • Carolina Dreaming 236

21
Other Forms
  • Farther removed from the life of the storyteller
  • documenting history and lives of others
  • community and culture
  • taking a stand, making a point
  • classrooms and education
  • teach or explain

22
Its the Process, not the Product
  • What do you want your audience to take with them?

23
Seven Elements of Storytelling
  1. Point of View
  2. Dramatic Question
  3. Emotional Content
  4. Gift of Their Voice
  5. Power of the Soundtrack
  6. Economy
  7. Pacing

24
Seven Elements
1-3 Construction - Story Content Point of
View Dramatic Question Emotional Content 4-7
Technical Elements Gift of Their Voice Power of
the Soundtrack Economy Pacing
Identified by Center for Digital Storytelling
25
Tone, Effect
  • Picture Me Black - Tenth Grader, California
  • Voice?
  • Tone?
  • Effect?

26
The Closet by Penny Harris Pacita Luckey
  • Observe the seven elements
  • What do you notice?

Story Content Point of View Dramatic
Question Emotional Content Technical
Elements Gift of Their Voice Power of the
Soundtrack Economy Pacing
27
Rubric on Rubistar
  • Revise for elementary
  • Use writing rubric for the writing
  • All in a nutshell

http//rubistar.4teachers.org
28
Use What You Have
  • Premiere expensive Photoshop ELE less expensive
    go with whats free (picasa.google.com
    picnik.com)
  • Need good piece of writing work at beginning or
    movie will sink
  • We need lots of examples personal narrative,
    what did you notice?
  • The Art Room
  • Teachers need to experience the struggle of the
    writing process again

29
Step-by-Step
  • Writing Process double-spaced
  • Storyboarding (Atomic Learning Storyboard free
    download) use stick figures, other free online
    storyboard sites (i.e. graphic organizers -
    Inspiration, Kidspiration gliffy.com bubbl.us)
  • Voiceover
  • Bring in images
  • Sequential
  • Music

30
Write the Narrative
  • defining moment
  • mentor, hero
  • scared
  • a first
  • embarrassing moment
  • pet
  • in trouble
  • trip
  • kindness
  • home
  • dream
  • family folklore
  • family names
  • pride, strength
  • determination
  • something lost or found
  • heirlooms
  • tradition
  • map of neighborhood
  • special item
  • mystery

31
Storyboard
  • Blueprint or map of finished product
  • Very important to plan before sitting at computer
  • Poster board and post-its
  • Paper template
  • Software AtomicLearning, Inspiration

32
Organize Folders
  • Create folder with subfolders
  • soundtrack
  • video
  • images-raw
  • images-edit
  • voiceover
  • project

33
Create Voiceover
  • Can be very time-consuming
  • Need quiet room and stable microphone
  • Save each sentence/paragraph as separate
    file(use naming convention)

34
Hands-on Activity Storyboard Alexs Script
  • 9 boxes on chart paper
  • Hint 1st one title, last one credits
  • Can be complex or simplistic
  • Everyone has copy of script
  • Report out
  • Story Arc, Dramatic Question about Nurturing
  • Aunt Angies Video

35
Publishing
When the digital storytelling is finished, you
want your story to be remembered for its soul,
not the bells and whistles.
Bernajean Porter
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