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SITE 2008--Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference

Mar 03, 2008

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Karen McFerrin; Roberta Weber; Roger Carlsen; Dee Anna Willis

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Number of papers: 1011

  1. The Framework and Application of Digital Archive

    Fei Jack Yang, Hsing Kuo University, Taiwan; Ching-Mei Hsiao, Szu Yuan Chao, Jan-Ping Sh, Shan Ling Chiou, Bi Chuen Shiu, Pei Chun Liao, Cheng Feng Liou & Chen Ming Tang, Department of Cultural & Educational Administration, Hsing Kuo University, Taiwan

    pp. 865-870

  2. National Writing Project Teacher Consultants Explore Digital Storytelling

    Paige Baggett, University of South Alabama, United States

    A growing proportion of teachers and students use tools to create digital media. Digital Storytelling facilitates various learning styles in the course of electronic content representations through... More

    pp. 871-874

  3. The Effects of Digital Storytelling on Sixth Grade Students' Writing and Their Attitudes about Writing

    Kerry Ballast & Liz Stephens, Central Texas Writing Project, United States; Rich Radcliffe, Texas State University - San Marcos, United States

    This study focuses on the use of digital storytelling as an instructional tool in a middle school setting. Writing skills and attitudes of 6th graders were measured before and after a 6-week... More

    pp. 875-879

  4. Multiple Purposes of Digital Stories in ePortfolios

    Helen Barrett, University of Oregon Center for Advanced Technology in Education, United States

    The ancient art of storytelling can be a powerful tool for deep learning and reflection. Add today's multimedia technology and you have a highly motivating project-based learning activity as well... More

    pp. 880-882

  5. An Instructional Design Approach for Integrating Digital Storytelling into the Classroom using iMovie

    Patrick Bell, University of Nevada, Reno, United States

    Abstract: The purpose of this project was to train teachers and students on methods of using iMovie for digital storytelling in the classroom. The teacher training was conducted as an interactive 2... More

    pp. 883-888

  6. Wildcat Multimedia Team: New literacies in middle school

    J David Betts, University of Arizona, United States

    The Wildcat Multimedia Team was formed as part of a design experiment to determine the most effective ways to integrate multimedia arts and sciences into middle school. A small group of students in... More

    p. 889

  7. Multicultural You: MY Digital Story

    Audrey Bowser, Arkansas State University, United States

    Digital storytelling is a promising instructional strategy as well as an innovative way to share diverse learning experiences based on one's cultural identity. The art of digital storytelling... More

    pp. 890-891

  8. Digital Storytelling and Reflective Assessment

    Michael Blocher, Northern Arizona University, United States

    Digital Storytelling has been defined in many ways. One way is to allow students the opportunity to utilize movie creation and audio editing software craft a digital story that requires them to... More

    pp. 892-901

  9. Implementation of Digital Storytelling in the Classroom by Teachers Trained in a Digital Storytelling Workshop

    Bulent Dogan & Bernard Robin, University of Houston, United States

    This paper presents results of a research study conducted at the University of Houston, in which a group of in-service elementary, middle, and high school teachers learned to use digital... More

    pp. 902-907

  10. “I would like to share my final with the class!” - Digital Storytelling for Education Major Students

    Amy Eguchi, Bloomfield College, United States

    This paper describes a small exploratory pilot study of the use of digital storytelling with first-year education students at Bloomfield College. The purpose of this exploratory pilot study was to ... More

    pp. 908-915

  11. The evolution of digital storytelling: from enhanced oral tradition to genres for education

    Cynthia Garrety & Denise Schmidt, Iowa State University, United States

    Individual definitions of digital storytelling have emerged throughout the research discussed in this paper, but a working definition that is often used describes digital storytelling as sharing a ... More

    pp. 916-921

  12. iPod: An Educational Tool for the Modern P-12 Classroom

    Christopher Greer, Georgia College and State University, United States

    Multimedia is fast becoming an innovative and productive way of delivering content in the modern P-12 classroom. Educational videos can be especially helpful in supplementing classroom lectures and... More

    pp. 922-924

  13. Using digital storytelling to review the history of situated learning and to present an authentic online community

    Sunhong Hwang & Brian Plankis, University of Houston, United States

    Among the newest contemporary learning theories, situated learning is gaining wide acceptance as a conceptual framework in the field of online learning communities. We will examine the core... More

    pp. 925-930

  14. A Digital Storytelling Implementation Experience with Early Childhood Students

    Aslihan Kocaman-Karoglu, Middle East Technical University, Turkey

    During the lasts years, by the integration of computer technologies in education, storytelling enhanced its popularity in digital world. Digital storytelling is known as combining the art of... More

    pp. 931-933

  15. Digital Storytelling in a Bilingual Special Education Cross Category Classroom: A teacher’s story

    Luisa Lara, U-46 School District, United States

    This is a work in progress of this special educator's process of implementing adaptive instructional strategies in her bilingual self-contain classroom in an elementary school in the Midwest for... More

    pp. 934-935

  16. Discovering Identity Through Digital Stories

    James McShay & Jamie Gilchrist Fath, Iowa State University, United States

    This paper reports on a work-in-progress that will share information about the development, implementation, and a preliminary evaluation of a web-based learning environment piloted in a 16-week... More

    pp. 936-939

  17. Review of Research on the Use of Video Cases to Improve Preservice and Inservice Teachers’ Knowledge and Skills

    Michael Meloth, Amy Good & William Sugar, East Carolina University, United States

    Multimedia video cases of teaching and classroom practice are becoming an essential tool for teacher professional development. Video case studies can provide rich opportunities to compare and... More

    pp. 940-942

  18. An Updated Approach to Using Digital Video in Content Area Education, Part 1

    John Park, North Carolina State University, United States; Tom Hammond, Lehigh University, United States

    In this panel, faculty members from several universities will demonstrate their innovative use of digital video in teaching in their respective content areas. Those areas include science education,... More

    pp. 943-945

  19. An Updated Approach to Using Digital Video in Content Area Education, Part 2

    John Park, North Carolina State University, United States; Tom Hammond, Lehigh University, United States

    In this panel, faculty members from several universities will demonstrate their innovative use of digital video in teaching in their respective content areas. Those areas include science education,... More

    pp. 946-948

  20. Silk City Media Workshop - Empowering Urban Middle School Students with the Tools To Express Themselves.... Digitally!

    Gaby Rinkerman, Passaic County Community College, United States; Suchita Choksi, Montclair State University, United States

    Silk City Media Workshop is an after-school program for middle school students from Paterson, NJ. Housed in the Passaic County Community College's Community Technology Center (CTC) and funded... More

    p. 949