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Here is a brief guide to the tools of digital storytelling. This student teachercame to the workshop eocuments a story, sent by her principal to learn the skills so that she could come back and teach them to the rest of the staff! Some definitions of reflection:. Here is a list of common software used on for both major operating systems, along with recommended hardware Barrett More tools are under development, so this should be an exciting area for development in the next few years.

I believe that rhetoric and style are essential to the exploration and full expression of identity. Telling digital stories could whais help the transition to retirement or any other major life change. And in that sense, the digital story format as a sort of PowerPoint on steroids, would be an appropriate way for education to take a snapshot of the educational process, for my ideal world, at the same point that people are being tested: Ccrp example below was recorded in a hotel room in San Antonio, the night before our presentation at the National Educational Computing Conference in These stories take on the characteristics of a documentary, often fact-based without emotional content.

A digital story could be used to reflect on and document an experience in a format much richer documente just text and images.


In many learning activities, such as a field experience in teacher education, there may not be a concrete product that can be represented in a discrete artifact.

While not created as a comparison with prior language skill, this poem won an award in the PTA’s “My Favorite Place” Reflections contest. We originally intended to create a story about the waffle breakfasts held for soldiers by my grandparents during World War II in the little town of Sequim.

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All of these software tools must reside on a personal computer. Here is an electronic portfolio with digital whatos clips from Kindergarten through High School. He also used the digital story to thank the teacher who had a major impact on his life.

The example shown here was created at a Digital Storytelling workshop at Kean University. Digital Stories can humanize whatia model of ePortfolio using any type of ePortfolio tool. Coming Full Circle http: This methodology is based on the idea that learning begins with the examination of actual experiences and perspectives on those experiences. Because the critical moments time line often sheds new light on the experience, the group participants often slightly revise their inquiry question at this point to reflect any new learnings or revelations as a group, and then select the critical moments that, upon further analysis, would have implications for their revised inquiry question.

It is the heart and soul of the writing, the magic, the wit, the feeling, the life and breath.

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An important element of an electronic portfolio is to maintain a collection of work over time, so that the learner can recognize when growth and change has occurred. This is Victoria’s fourth story in this collection; this one was recorded in 6th Grade. By seeing earlier work, they can reflect on the changes they see in their own performance. Organizational learning efforts in particular when personal mastery and mental models need to be stimulated.

Children often forget what it is like not to know how to do something. Building knowledge from the practice of local communities.


Memoirs are autobiographical in nature, but are much more personal and reflective. They are usually much longer than a typical digital story.

CRCP documents the discussions in a variety of ways: Jonathan was created by a young mother to tell about her young son, using the pictures she was always taking with her ehatis camera. Jonathan also shows what can be done with Microsoft’s MovieMaker2 and Audacity. However, as we put the story together as participants in our first digital storytelling workshop, it because obvious that the most powerful story was about my uncle the narrator and his relationship with his father my grandfather.

A “podcast” could be an audio-only digital wwhatis without the visual components.

Digital Storytelling is also a motivating strategy for involving students in their own learning using 21st Century tools of engagement. Only in second grade could you summarize a life in one minute!

It seems to me that at each point a digital story snapshot would be an extremely appropriate part of a portfolio to tell you in a very succinct, entertaining, effective and emotionally engaging way where the students are and we would learn as much about them [as from tests] and we would have a form that people actually want to use drcp see. The poem was later read by the author with images added for illustration. For example, a framing question for a participatory evaluation could be: For more details see: Storytelling, lessons and implications for inquiry question.

Whether for students learning to speak in a second language, or early childhood students learning to read in their native language, recordings of speaking and reading aloud have often been been documented through either tape recording or live presentation before an assessor.