Digital Storytelling

50+ Ways to Tell a Digital Story with Alan Levine


Dominoe: 50 Ways

Resources Shared in the Presentation

VoiceThread.com
SlideShare.com
Flickr.com
Slide.com
Glogster.com
Vuvox.com
Pixton.com
Tikatok.com
Blabberize.com
Animoto.com
Xtranormal.com
Google Maps
Wayfaring.com
Prezi.com

Resources:


10 Digital Storytelling Sites

Jason Ohler
:

YouTube Video


Silvia Rosenthall
Tolisano : Download or purchase her book at Lulu.

CogDog


Marco Torres




KidsVid
: Great resources for creating digital stories with students.

Digitales: Bernajean Porter


Examples:

Rock Dating Game

KQED Place Storytelling

Ham and Eggs

Home on the Range



Video Tools:


MixBook

PhotoStory
    Ideas for Using Photo Story
MovieMaker
PhotoPeach

VoiceThread

XtraNormal



Simple Tools for Low Tech Classrooms

Students draw pictures or create scenes using paper and crayons.  They then tell their story under a doc camera.  
Ex. 

YouTube Video


  • Digital Kits:  Use sites like Discovery Streaming, Creative Commons and Library of Congress to create Digital Kits with images and videos for students to use.  
  • Have students create a slide show by taking photos on a scavenger hunt or field trip.  Use these photos with one of the many tools below to create a class story. 
  • Create a collaborative story with another class or person using a variety of tools like, StoryBird, or Google Presentation. 
  • Use digital media to create vocab presentations, show how to solve a math problem, show inquiry steps in Science, etc.  (Not just for Language Arts. 
  • Create a story using places on a map. 







High Yield Teaching Strategies Using Digital StoryTelling
Identifying Similarities & Differences Create multimedia poems with analogies or metaphors. 
Summarizing & Note Taking Share learning in story format.
Reinforcing Effort & Providing Recognition Student reflect on projects sharing how their effort effected their outcome.
Homework & Practice Use digital stories to provide information that can be reviewed.
Nonlinguistic Representation Use a variety of multimedia to share understanding.
Cooperative Learning Work in groups with different jobs to create projects.
Setting Objectives & Providing Feedback
Generating & Testing Hypotheses
Cues, Questions, & Advance Organizers Use digital stories to provide information that can be reviewed.
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