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TIE 300 Session #5 October 11, 2012
Welcome Back! Todays Agenda: Changes to Syllabus PLN Check in Felicia & Janees Tech in Ed Presentations Tech Tac Toe Revisited Break/Video Digital Storytelling: Big and Small Web 2.0 Cool Tool: Piclit
Syllabus Changes October 18 th : Off Site work session. Work on your digital story and Tech Tac Toe Assignments. Take your time! Quality counts! Digital Stories due by start of class November 1 st Tech Tac Toe due by start of class November 8th *PLN Assignment due by midnight on the 18 th (blogs are time-stamped) October 25 th : ONLINE Session (switched from November 1 st - November 1 st is now in class)
PLN Check In Hows the PLN assignment coming along? Create a Twitter account (you may use an existing account). Find 5 (or more) education related people/organizations to follow. Check back every few days. On October 18 th your 4 th blog post will be due. You will write about 1 resource you found through your PLN and how this resource can help you in the classroom. Make sure your Twitter URL is posted on the blog!
Tech in Ed Presentations Felicia: Digital Storytelling Janee: Assistive Technology
Tech Tac Toe Revisited Tech, Tac, Toe Tools – 12 points – due 11/8 by midnight
Popplet Practice! Web 2.0 How-to for Educators: Gwen Solomon & Lynne Schrum The eight Cs (introduction): Communication, Collaboration, Connectedness, Communities of Learners, Convergence, Contextualization, Cloud Computing, and Cost-Free Place examples of technology tools that fit each category in the Popple. Some tools may be placed in more than one category.
Break! Ten Minutes, please.
Digital Storytelling: Big & Small
Digital Storytelling What is digital storytelling? old fashioned storytelling + technology digital stories weave images, text, music, narrative, and video
Digital Storytelling Elements of Digital Storytelling 1.audience 2.purpose 3.content 4.voice (perspective) 5.technology 6.connections 7.economy (tells enough to get the point across)
Digital Storytelling Ideas for digital storytelling: personal narrative instructional informational historical
Digital Storytelling Examples:
Digital Storytelling Digital Stories can teach a lesson (even to self)
Digital Storytelling Digital Stories can be reflective:
Digital Storytelling Digital Stories can be just for fun!
Digital Storytelling Digital Story made by students with green screen
Digital Storytelling Software for digital storytelling: iMovie/Garageband (Mac) Windows Movie Maker (Windows) PhotoStory 3 (Windows) Adobe Premiere Elements (cross platform $)
Digital Storytelling Web 2.0 for digital storytelling:
Web Resources Consider these tools for use with digital stories
Digital Storytelling: starting small with students Start Small with students
Start Small Although this isnt a true digital storytelling tool it can be used with students as a starting point Blabberize is a program where students can upload a picture, record audio and make the picture talk with a moving mouth Use with Students: Have students research an animal and blabberize it Blabberize a historical figure Give an all about me speech Leave a message for your students:
Web 2.0 Digital Storytelling Tools Animoto is digital storytelling in its simplest form. Upload your images and order them as you wish. Include text, music, and even video. Animoto renders the video for you. Anyone can try for free (videos are limited to 30 seconds) but educators can get an unlimited account for no charge Use with Students: Book Trailers All about me presentations Take daily pictures and create a slideshow to show off your classroom on a class website, blog, or during report card pick up
Web 2.0 Digital Storytelling Tools Three components: Collage, Express & Studio Collage: Add video, photos, music, and audio Choose backgrounds, colors, and textures to create a collage panorama Express: Choose images from an RSS feed, add a style to them, and add into your collage Add in photos, video, music, text, and even maps Embeddable, and easily publish to YouTube or Facebook Themes available Text to speech available
Web 2.0 Digital Storytelling Tools Add photos, video, effects, text, and music Free for up to 30 second videos Allows the ability to purchase high quality DVD of your video
Web 2.0 Digital Storytelling Tools Free program downloadable to PCs Available for XP and Vista (already on systems) Was abandoned after Vista, but was replaced by Microsoft Windows Live Essentials (also free) US/windows/downloads/get-movie- maker Create slideshows using your digital photos. With a single click, you can touch-up, crop, or rotate pictures. Add stunning special effects, soundtracks, and your own voice narration to your photo stories. Then, personalize them with titles and captions. Small file sizes make it easy to send your photo stories in an . Watch them on your TV, a computer, or a Windows Mobile–based portable device. Quoted from Microsoft website
iMovie 11 iMovie is a paid program for Apple computers Create movie trailers Audio editing available Effects Sports and news themes available
Digital Storytelling Assignment Create a digital story. It should include a minimum of 3 of the 5 elements of a digital story (images, text, music, narrative, and video) with one element being narration. It should be between 2-4 minutes. Be creative! Take pride in your work!
Web 2.0 cool tool: Piclits
Due Next Week 20 web links due on website Make sure they are links! NEXT WEEK IS A WORK SESSION OFF CAMPUS