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Digital Storytelling

Digital Storytelling

Digital Storytelling

Andrea Keller
Andrea Keller
on behalf of Association of Texas Professional Educators

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Launch date: 07 Oct 2014

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Last updated: 22 Oct 2017

Reference: 131824

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Latest User Comments

Lauren Shoemaker (18 Feb 2017)
Can't wait to use these ideas- especially the trading cards- in my art classroom! I can see using lots of these to teach about art history!
Mrs Brenda Stefancik (25 Jan 2017)
This was very motivating for me. I love the trading card idea. I work with behavior and can see many opportunities to utilize her suggestions.
Mr Ernesto Carreon (18 Jan 2017)
Amazing resources were presented in this training. I plan to use them with my technology club and 21st century tech classes.

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Course Availability

This course is only available to trainees days after purchase. It would need to be repurchased by the trainee if not completed in the allotted time period. This course is no longer available. You will need to repurchase if you wish to take the course again.

Description

In a world that is filled with the pings and noises of various devices, reaching students beyond a game can be challenging. Students need to be comfortable with self-expression and digital storytelling helps develop these valuable skills. Join this interactive and fast paced session and take a dive into various ways to help all learners of all abilities to create digital stories! Participants will walk away with completed digital stories, ideas and various resources to continue their own learning.

Objectives

Objectives
Learn how to help students become comfortable with self-expression through digital storytelling.
Andrea Keller

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Andrea Keller
on behalf of Association of Texas Professional Educators

Andrea Keller is an Instructional Technology Specialist who spends every waking moment encouraging the youth of today. She spent 11 years in the special education world as a self-contained LIFE (Living in a Functional Environment) teacher where she pushed her low-verbal and non-verbal students to new heights using various forms of technology. She was named Texas Computer Education Agency Classroom Teacher of the Year in 2011-2012. She was also named “20 Educators to Watch” by the National School Board Association. Andrea has also been recognized by both local Irving and Region 10 Association of Texas Professional Educators as a classroom teacher of the year. In her current role Andrea is able to help train teachers in using technology to increase instruction. She has instituted monthly Technology Challenges on her campus, and has created the same games through Techformers Unite. To reach all students Andrea opens her computer lab in the morning for extra tutoring and for students to have a chance to do technology projects through the Flight Program. When not on school time, she is helping lead students in a world of unlimited possibilities through “Destination ImagiNation” Andrea Keller is a true busy-bee and is truly a cutting edge 21st century teacher.

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User Reviews (4)

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Lauren Shoemaker (18 Feb 2017)
Can't wait to use these ideas- especially the trading cards- in my art classroom! I can see using lots of these to teach about art history!
Mrs Brenda Stefancik (25 Jan 2017)
This was very motivating for me. I love the trading card idea. I work with behavior and can see many opportunities to utilize her suggestions.
Mr Ernesto Carreon (18 Jan 2017)
Amazing resources were presented in this training. I plan to use them with my technology club and 21st century tech classes.
Mrs Courtney Davis (18 Dec 2016)
I teach Kinder and at first thought "no way"... but I seriously want to make trading cards for the 50th and 100th day of school comparing past to present and also our needs vs wants unit...

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