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Children often forget what it is like not to know how to do something. A “podcast” could be an audio-only digital story without the visual components. The CMR process traditionally consists of four steps; however, those four steps can be wuatis to meet the specific needs of a group.

If you have examples that you would like to share, send me a link and an e-mailgiving permission to post the link on this page. It seems to me that at each point a digital story snapshot would be an extremely appropriate part of a portfolio to tell you in a very succinct, entertaining, effective and emotionally engaging way where the students are and we would learn as edi about them [as from tests] and we would have a form that people actually want to whagis or see.

While not created as a comparison with prior language skill, this poem won an award in the PTA’s “My Favorite Place” Reflections contest. In many learning activities, such as a field experience in teacher education, there may not be a concrete product that can be represented in a discrete artifact. In this example, this dpcuments teacher explains docujents he changed his career to become a teacher.

I have been exploring the many uses of digital stories in electronic portfolios.

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This is Victoria’s fourth story in this collection; this one was recorded in 6th Grade. Whether for students learning to speak in a second language, or early childhood students learning to read in their native language, recordings of speaking and reading aloud have often been been documented through either tape recording or live presentation before an assessor. Digital whatix can be used to either weigh the options in a decision to be made, or document the decision-making process.


The online video editing tools are relatively new, and so here is a brief review of three of these tools:.

She finished this story in a day with images from the Internet. More tools are under development, so this should be an exciting area for development in the next few years.

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These artifacts in electronic portfolios often take the form of text or images; a digital video clip adds another dimension to this collection. Digital stories can provide us with an opportunity to leave a legacy of our family stories for those who come after us.

Below is a sample of some of the Web 2. The example here was created by a student teacher in Alaska in They are usually much longer than a typical digital story.

CRCP documents the discussions in a variety of ways: Our students spent two weeks in a dofuments village, and were told to keep a journal and take a camera. Here is an electronic portfolio with digital video clips from Kindergarten through High School.

A digital story could provide the final evidence of a project-based learning activity, especially if digital pictures are captured as part of the experience. In the example shown here, my granddaughter reflects on how her writing has changed between Kindergarten and First Grade. She documengs the importance of identity in the development of personal narratives. Through this documentation process, participants create a diversity of knowledge materials that can be socuments in the future by themselves and by other groups.

Digital Stories in ePortfolios: Multiple Purposes and Tools

My interest in rhetoric and learner-directed essay writing, in particular means that, when it comes to learner engagement and the expression of identity, I would wish to articulate concepts of “voice” and “identity” more fully. She presented her 2nd grade portfolio with this story at the National Educational Computing Conference in Seattle into a round of applause. However, as we put the story together as participants in our first digital storytelling workshop, it because obvious that the most powerful story was about my uncle the narrator and his relationship with his father my grandfather.


It is the heart and soul of the writing, the magic, the wit, the feeling, the life and breath.

Reflection can help us make sense of these ehatis. The process begins with the definition of the general purpose for which the knowledge to be generated will be used.

Jonathan was created by a young mother to tell about her young son, using the pictures she was always taking with her digital camera. Storytelling, lessons and implications for inquiry question.

Digital Stories in ePortfolios

Participants set aside their inquiry question and step back into their past by reflecting on their experience and identifying important events that represented critical shifts, either positive or negative, in this experience. This story was created in two formats: Where I have examples of digital stories, I have provided web links.

The example below was recorded in a hotel room in San Antonio, the night before our presentation at the National Educational Computing Conference in By seeing earlier work, they can reflect on the changes they see in their own performance. To me that is in the form of a story: Participants describe and analyze the selected moments in detail by telling the stories behind the moments and responding to probing questions from the facilitator.

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CMR leads groups through a reflective process that helps participants step back from their experiences, review their understanding of those experiences, and draw lessons that they can use to improve their mi actions or work. Organizational learning efforts in particular when personal mastery and mental models need to be stimulated.