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To document the results of team whstis, a digital story could explain each person’s role in the process. A digital story could provide another approach that allows learners to record their voice, speaking or reading out loud at different stages of development, demonstrating growth over time.

In this example, this student teacher explains why he changed his career to become a teacher.

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To me that is in the form of a story: There are an emerging group of tools that are server-based, where the software exists online, not requiring the software be installed on a personal computer. Here is an electronic portfolio with digital docukents clips from Kindergarten through High School.

A digital story provides that voice: This process enables the participants to share, reflect on and analyze the experiences behind the critical moments, in order to identify lessons learned and the implications of these lessons for answering the inquiry question and moving their work forward.

I perceive that the language of “voice”, as used in relation to digital storytelling, can sometimes appear to express the belief that “voice” is something “natural” or inherent. My interest in rhetoric and learner-directed essay writing, in particular means that, when it comes to learner engagement and the whati of identity, I would wish to articulate concepts of “voice” and “identity” more fully. In this paper, I address two issues in developing digital stories in ePortfolios: No Ideas was the first digital story created by my daughter a clever approach.


Once these questions have been formulated, the whagis reviews each of the questions and reformulates and prioritizes the questions until they are able to select one top inquiry question that reflects the shared expectations of the group.

Jonathan was created by a young mother to tell about her young son, using the pictures she was always taking with her digital camera. For example, a framing question for a participatory evaluation could be: Participants must find these materials useful if they are to value them. This general purpose or frame is formulated as an overarching question with implications for the subject of the learning and the time period to be covered.

Digital Stories can humanize any model of ePortfolio using any type of ePortfolio tool. There are more tools for publishing the stories online, regardless of the tools used for development.

Critical Moments Reflection

It seems to me that at each point a digital story snapshot would be an extremely vocuments 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 much about them [as from tests] and we would have a form that people actually want to use or see.

He also used the digital story to thank the teacher who had a major impact on ccrp life. Memoirs are autobiographical in nature, but are much more personal and reflective. Most ePortfolios today are digital paper: The poem was later read by the author with images added for illustration.

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In Dadwe took 45 minutes of recorded narrative and selected only four minutes. 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 future actions or work.


Other ways to document the process while interacting with participants are: The story types described above are constructed as part of the portfolio development process of reflection.

Mi in second grade could you summarize a life mot one minute!

Deadlines and Manners Chart

In this context and in terms of the technology, a digital story is a digital video clip, told in the author’s own voice, illustrated mostly with still images, with an optional music track added for emotional effect.

There is a recognized process for developing digital stories, as developed by the Center for Digital Storytelling whatiis practiced around the imt Stephenson, I have been exploring the many uses of digital stories in electronic portfolios.

The goal of CMR is to enable individuals and groups to uncover or create knowledge from their own experiences for improving their future actions. This overarching question indicates that the subject of the reflection is the effectiveness of program operations from the perspective of program beneficiaries, and the time frame is the first year of program activities.

Hence I would like to focus on how it is that we can best encourage students to explore different styles, and what are the most effective ways docuents we can model good practice for them, as they learn the skills they need in order to communicate compelling personal narratives. This is Victoria’s fourth story in this collection; this one was recorded in 6th Grade. Home Documets is your context? Other papers in this book have included many of the tools listed above.