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Digital Storytelling

Page history last edited by Michelle Bellah 11 years, 10 months ago

Digital Storytelling...

 

Learn from the best:

 

 

 

From 2009 NECC -- Digital Storytelling: My Top 10 Lessons Learned

 

Teach Digital: Curriculum by Wes Fryer---

                                              Digital Storytelling

 

Jakes Online: Digital Storytelling resources and examples

 

Educational Uses of Digital Storytelling

 

Life 'round here - Digital Storytelling Project Wiki

 

Digital Cameras in the Primary Classroom

 

Storymapping 

 

Find a Story... Map a Story... Tell a Story

 

Beginner's Guide to Photostory

 

Using Technology creatively, effectively and wisely...

 

 

Oral-History Projects Bring Core Subjects to Life

Students become conduits between history and a person's life.

 

Creating Family Timelines: Graphing Family Memories and Significant EventsThe one area that students are the best authorities on is their own memories and experiences. In this lesson, students participate in read-alouds and discussions about memories and family. After this exploration, students brainstorm questions to ask family members in order to learn more about important and/or memorable family events. Once students determine a list of questions, they interview family members, taking notes on the events and giving each a positive or negative rating. Using their interview notes, students create a graphic family timeline which includes illustrations or photographs.

 

The Case for Digital Storytelling--

 A workshop presented by Wesley A. Fryer


 

Memory's Voices, a Guide to Digital Storytelling - There is a "cookbook" for developing stories on this site -  Lots of great resources.


 

Digital Stories are short, personal, multimedia tales. Written with feeling and in the first person there's a strictness to their construction: 250 words, a dozen or so pictures, and two minutes is about the right length. Photobus--- David Meadows


 

Learn to use Photostory 3 in your classroom!

 


 

Rubrics

 

Assessing Teacher Technology Projects

http://ldt.stanford.edu/~tacyt/projectrubric.html

 

Rubrics for Digital Video Projects

http://edcommunity.apple.com/ali/galleryfiles/506/rubrics.pdf

 

Assessment and Rubric Information

http://school.discoveryeducation.com/schrockguide/assess.html

 

Digital Video Assignment Sheet and Evaluation Plan

http://www.olejarz.com/arted/digitalvideo/interviewrubric.pdf

 

Assessment - Teacher Process for Digital Video

http://edtech.guhsd.net/video/Assess.htm

 

Assessment Rubric for Video Project

http://www.adobe.com/education/digkids/intro_video/support/assessment_rubric.pdf

 

Digital Video Editing Rubric

http://www.bibb.k12.ga.us/technologyfair/Rubrics/Digital%20Video%20Rubric%20Complete.pdf

 

Multimedia Project Rubric

http://www.ncsu.edu/midlink/rub.mmproj.htm

 

Digital Storytelling Rubric with self and peer evaluation portion

http://its.ksbe.edu/dst/PDFs/Rubrics/digstorysample.pdf

 

Rubric for different components of digital story

http://www.techteachers.com/digstory/gradclass/rubrics.htm

 

Rubric for digital Story

Student Work Rubric.doc

 

Digital Storytelling Resources and examples

http://www.kenton.k12.ky.us/DigitalStory/dstindex.htm

Comments (1)

Tom Shields said

at 10:33 am on Aug 31, 2010

Great Resources Thanks.

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