Digital Story Telling: Teaching Techniques and Strategies for Multiple Educational Levels

ID: 53645 Type: Virtual Paper
  1. Aubrey Statti and Kelly Torres, The Chicago School of Professional Psychology, United States

Abstract: In order to develop digital literacy skills, educators at all educational levels are tasked with engaging students through technology and interactive media forms in the classroom. One means of equipping students with the needed skills to be competent consumers and producers of technology is through the use of digital storytelling activities. This research seeks to describe the educational benefits and teaching techniques associated with the use of digital storytelling at a variety of learning levels. The research concludes with a discussion of challenges associated with digital storytelling as well as a review of current research on the pedagogy of digital storytelling. This paper will provide value to educators at all levels who are looking for a comprehensive review of various digital storytelling techniques.


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