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Tuesday, December 1 • 3:15pm - 4:15pm
Digital Storytelling & the Common Core

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Learn about digital storytelling as a method to improve students' ability to demonstrate common core skills in the narrative, speaking, listening, collaboration, and technology domains. Discover resources/background on digital storytelling. Experience demos of some of the better free eBook and story- building tools. Digital storytelling is the practice of combining text with digital content, including images, sound, and video to create a short eBook, Vook, or movie. Sophisticated digital stories can be interactive and include audio and video effects, but a set of slides with corresponding narration or music can also be effective. Digital stories can be instructional, persuasive, historical, or reflective. Narration gives voice and meaning to the big ideas and essential questions of our time. Digital stories and eBooks can also be used to teach self-monitoring and close reading skills. For example, some platforms allow the teacher to add background information, comprehension questions, think-alouds, vocabulary supports, and even social networking to a piece of text. Digital stories and text enhancements can be effectively applied to nearly any subject to facilitate various learning styles and connect to students' interest in technology. (Presenter(s): Sara Stetson, SAU Administrator and Faculty, SAU 90 and Rivier University, and Jill Hartmann, NH ASAIF; Hartmann Learning)

Tuesday December 1, 2015 3:15pm - 4:15pm
Teacher Classroom #1

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