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DSN Webinar: Digital StoryTelling with English Language Learners - Shared screen with speaker view
Stephanie Bernardi
31:45
Stephanie Bernardi checking in from VA. Special Education Teacher and I work with dually identified students.
ISTE PLNs
35:33
Link to Linda’s webinar pages will also be sent in the followup email http://bit.ly/ISTEeldwebinar
Maria Carrera
35:58
can we have the slides deck? Maria from Barcelona Spain
ISTE PLNs
36:32
Slide will be at this link http://bit.ly/ISTEeldwebinar
Maria Carrera
36:39
Thank you!
ISTE PLNs
37:33
Julie Jaeger here from Minot ND Gifted Educator and DSN Co-chair As you enter the webinar please let us know who you are and what yo undo with students and/or teachers
ISTE PLNs
38:19
Please let us know if you have any questions…we will do our best to answer them throughout the webinar.
ISTE PLNs
40:09
So important for so many students….many of our students avoid word use they cannot spell.
Beth Hamlin
42:45
I always appreciate the connection to standards! I am required to show how I meet the standards with every lesson every day.
Jennifer Cunningham-Lozano
43:19
Hi! Jennifer Lozano - Long ISland NY - Graduate student at Teachers College, CU.
Molly Mitchell
44:19
Molly Mitchell from VA....undergrad student at James Madison University, harrisonburg, va
Jennifer Cunningham-Lozano
45:50
Such a great point.
Timothy Cosgrove
49:13
Tim Cosgrove from Toronto, Ontario - Grade 6 teacher with ELL students in my homeroom class.
ISTE PLNs
53:06
Planning of writing is so important. StoryBoard supports the creative outcome!
Michael Stack
55:56
RIP June's Leg
ISTE PLNs
56:18
Picture is wonderful way to express what they want to talk about. That sequence of pictures gives them cues as they tell their story.
Jennifer Cunningham-Lozano
56:48
maybealso try visual mapping to catch before writing
ISTE PLNs
57:40
Please continue to add comments in the chat…your ideas…what have you tried??
Jennifer Cunningham-Lozano
01:01:32
HAHAH - FREE!!!
Beth Hamlin
01:01:44
I love using Google Slides as a way to have information movable. Students can organize work by moving the slides around.
Timothy Cosgrove
01:02:15
I use Adobe Spark Video, Page and Post for Storyboarding.
Maria Carrera
01:02:58
Adobe Spark is great!
ISTE PLNs
01:03:33
We are just getting started district wide with Adobe Spark…can’t wait to get my students started.
Beth Hamlin
01:03:35
I like audacity too!
Jennifer Cunningham-Lozano
01:03:52
I use Screencastify for training employees on new products, etc.- great tool.
Melissa Getz
01:03:57
If you don't know what Makey-Makey, you may want to visit some STEM presenters at the ISTE conference. Let students create!
ISTE PLNs
01:04:04
Great resource list..keep adding…and how do you use the resources
ISTE PLNs
01:04:42
or go to makeymakey.com and see the examples…so many fun ways to use makeymakey
Melissa Getz
01:07:46
(I was just doing a shameless plug for STEM folk and the ISTE summer conference. Not trying to ignore the significance of the root of Makey Makey.)
ISTE PLNs
01:10:12
Not shameless…ha…totally agree …. STEM sessions at ISTE are great way to get immersed in the process.
Melissa Getz
01:13:08
How important is it to have words written on the screen as they are spoken? I was "taught" in grad school that it was conflicting brain processes, yet I would have enjoyed reading the conversation if I could not hear it. What do fellow teachers (who are here or the presenter) think?
Timothy Cosgrove
01:13:12
Great idea for SMART Notebook! I have been using it for my math lessons.
Maria Carrera
01:15:00
I believe it is better just the talk…
Maria Carrera
01:15:54
Speaking always first when teaching EL
Melissa Getz
01:16:51
Thank you for the feedback. :-)
Maria Carrera
01:18:01
Good idea to tell the story in ss first language and afterwards transfer the ideas and tell the story in English
Melissa Getz
01:19:02
You can get free storage for videos at https://www.screencast.com/ and avoid having to protect them at YouTube. You control the link and can make the folder the video is in private.
Maria Carrera
01:19:30
Let’s promote the flowing of ideas to get the story to have an arena for the use of EL
ISTE PLNs
01:19:30
Thanks for sharing that option
Melissa Getz
01:19:47
(My students live in
Melissa Getz
01:20:02
China- no access to Google or YouTube.)
ISTE PLNs
01:20:09
You will get a copy of the chat as well in the followup email….so all links and ideas shared here will be available to you.
ISTE PLNs
01:21:22
Multiple options of assessment need to be available for all students…especially our ELL
Maria Carrera
01:21:31
Then, working local is the option and share within the school or community. Ultimately the goal is t use the language
Stephanie Bernardi
01:23:55
Thank you for the presentation!
Jennifer Cunningham-Lozano
01:24:13
Thank you this was very insightful.
Maria Carrera
01:24:16
Than you!
Timothy Cosgrove
01:24:57
Thank you for a very inspiring presentation - so many new ideas for digital storyboarding!
Melissa Getz
01:25:14
Storytelling is a fantastic way to have students demonstrate understanding of concepts. Thank you for this webinar- lots ot things to think about.
Jennifer Cunningham-Lozano
01:26:06
Good night!