Wherein Jessica and Georgia talk with Debbie Gordon about using storyline in science.
Episode 6: Implementing Family Story projects in the Classroom
Wherein Jessica and Georgia talk with Julie Barda about how to start a family storytelling project in the classroom.
Episode 5: Family Stories
Wherein Jessica and Georgia talk with two of their former students about creating their own personal family story to share with the world. It wouldn't be an episode without a round of Storymatic... this time with much younger brains going along for the ride!
Student Movies from Niki and Enrique, discussed in Episode 5
Episode 4: Managing the Chaos
Wherein Jessica and Georgia welcome back Episode 2 guest, Julie Barda, to talk about managing the chaotic process of digital storytelling. They focus on the importance of planning, as well as the concrete logistics involved with filming outside of the classroom. When the ladies play Storymatic, a mathematical problem emerges.
Episode 3: Why Story?
Wherein Jessica and Georgia chat with Alex from Digicom Learning about the importance and origin of story. Everyone plays another round of Storymatic, which goes somewhat awry - as always.
Show Notes, downloads, and goodies:
Alex's Slide Deck for his presentation entitled, "Why Story?"
Wherein Georgia and Jessica talk with Julie Barda, a middle school teacher at a local charter. Julie shares how to start the year strong with digital storytelling, so that movie making is part of the fabric of your classroom. The ladies also play a game of 5 in 60 and make a second attempt at Storymatic.