If there is a classroom activity more engaging, intrinsically as well as instrumentally valuable, and fun as digital storytelling I have not found it yet! (Besides recess I guess!) 🙂
I am particularly enthused about the “Authentic Learning Litmus Tests” I propose on slide 8 of the presentation. If my technology works and things go as planned, I hope to record this presentation and publish it as a new podcast early this week.
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On this day..
- 2 Great (and free) Ways to Learn About Design Thinking - 2017
- Lessons Learned using Storycorps iPhone App for Family Oral History Interviews - 2016
- Tutorial: Creating a Narrated Slideshow with ShowMe for iPad - 2013
- Podcast 367: Tags Are Ways to See Things (Kevin Honeycutt on Tag Teams & Art Snacks) - 2011
- NCCE and Seattle in February - 2008
- Welcome change to Twitter conversations - 2008
- Podcast30: The Case for Digital Storytelling - 2006