Our live class was on Wednesday, February 13 at 7 PM EST.
Inquiry Question: What makes digital narratives so powerful and complex as a tool for learning?
Please watch the recorded video and offer a comment on this page regarding your response to the issues discussed in the session.
- Comments on Your PDF Annotations & #EDC534 Twitter Community
- Introducing your Digital Storytelling Project LEAP #3
- View and Discuss: Stakes and Risk in Storytelling. What insights on stakes and risk in storytelling are relevant to our work as educators?
- View and annotate: The Human Voice
- Review Learning Activities DUE February 22
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One thought on “4. Digital Storytelling”
Very interesting session and I particularly liked the Pixar storytelling video. I remember watching Wall-E with my kids and realizing there was a strong environmental and societal message built into the story behind the humor, and I think they realized it too. It is this reason why I think the Pixar movies are able to touch a lot of people and endure as they mimic conflicts that we face on a daily basis.