A list of resources for Wesley Fryer's presentation on April 23, 2013, for teachers in the Saskatoon Public School Division.
This site focuses on using digital storytelling across the curriculum and to address the Common Core Standards. Presenter: Samantha Morra
DEFINITION An eBook is a downloadable, electronic file which can include digital text, hyperlinks, images, embedded audio and embedded video. Enhanced or multimedia eBooks can be "aggregated documents" including media elements created and saved earlier. WORKFLOW Assembly: Create an outline / table of contents. Save text files and organize by chapter.
I want to try to tell you all the story of the Backpack Classroom. This is part one. I am going to need several attempts to tell this story. The Backpack Classroom was an initiative led by me to teach storytelling on iPads at the Tambunan Village in North Sumatra.
Title: Snowflake Gets Lost Description: Snowflake is an Alaskan dog who gets separated from his owner, Lesley, and becomes lost in the wilderness. Lesley does everything she can to find Snowflake and bring him back home.
5th graders in Sue Hooge's writing classes at Independence Elementary School were recently inspired by students in Indonesia to create their own "enhanced eBooks." Students read and discussed the eBook " Our Batak House," created and published in January 2013 by elementary students taught by Jane Ross in Indonesia as part of her classroom "Digital Backpack" project.
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Use this to read, listen to and watch enhanced eBooks on ANY computer running the Chrome web browser (free)
DEFINITION A narrated art project includes an image, which can be a drawing or photo, shared with accompanying audio narration. WORKFLOW Initial Setup Create an account on a free web service listed under "tools" below. If you have a mobile device, download and install the app for the service you're using.
Fourth and fifth grade students at Independence Elementary School in Yukon Public Schools are sharing their learning as well as excitement for library books this year in a unique, highly digital way that is not only fun, but also meets Oklahoma's new Common Core State Standards for literacy.
I recently started using AudioBoo to capture student learning. These audio clips attached to photos can connect to your twitter account and become tweets from your classroom. They can also be organized into boards and embedded into your blog.
We're a class of teachers learning about new ways to engage students, differentiate assessment, and prepare literate students in the 21st century.
Why should educators play with media? These are presentation slides shared with teachers at Yarmouth High School (Maine) on March 15, 2012.
A tutorial and lessons learned about a BYOD "Paper-Slide Video" project