In the 21st Century we live in a world of moving images and to
participate fully in our society and its culture means to be as confident in the
use and understanding of moving images as of the printed word. Both are
essential aspects of literacy in the 21st Century.
Digital storytelling is one way for our students to access, analyse, create, construct and communicate messages to make meaning in a digital world.
So how do we teach our students to thrive in a non-linear literacy environment? How can we teach students to use ICT to communicate in a way that is responsible and purposeful? We use the same ways we teach students to read a book, write a story or to listen and speak – we use engagement, modelling and quality teaching practices.
Use this site for collaborative storytelling or document annotation.
- Digital Cameras in Education
Focus with this site is to provide information on the portable handheld digital still camera and how it can be used to assist in the educational process
- Camera Ideas:
Classroom applications for the digital camera
- Smile! Digital Cameras Can Make Your Day
Teachers across the country and around the world are discovering the many valuable uses for digital cameras; uses that both engage students and make their own professional lives easier. If you can use a camera, you can use a digital camera. so, what are you waiting for? Included: More than a dozen easy activities for using digital cameras in the classroom.
- Picture yourself teaching digitally (pdf file)
- Be funky BeFunky makes it easy to get photos from your favorite web sites. Apply special photo effects and save back to your account.