PHOTO STORY for ANY Classroom






Video Tutorials Step By Step for Photostory-Courtesy of David Jakes

Tutorial 1 | Beginning the digital storytelling process, corresponds to pages 1-2 of the tutorial handout.
Tutorial 2 | Removing black borders from images, corresponds to page 3 of the tutorial handout.
Tutorial 3 | Adding text to a title slide or image, corresponds to page 4 of the tutorial handout.
Tutorial 4 | Adding your voice narration.
Tutorial 5 | Customizing motion with Pans
Tutorial 6 | Customizing motion with Zooms
Tutorial 7 | Fine tuning motion in your digital story
Tutorial 8 | Adding transitions
Tutorial 9 | Adding background music-mp3's
Tutorial 10 | Adding background music-onboard music
Tutorial 11 | Finishing Your Digital Story




Classroom Applications:

NCTM Position

Technology is an essential tool for learning mathematics in the 21st century, and all schools must ensure that all their students have access to technology. Effective teachers maximize the potential of technology to develop students’ understanding, stimulate their interest, and increase their proficiency in mathematics. When technology is used strategically, it can provide access to mathematics for all students.
Calculators and other technological tools, such as computer algebra systems, interactive geometry software, applets, spreadsheets, and interactive presentation devices, are vital components of a high-quality mathematics education. With guidance from effective mathematics teachers, students at different levels can use these tools to support and extend mathematical reasoning and sense making, gain access to mathematical content and problem-solving contexts, and enhance computational fluency. In a well-articulated mathematics program, students can use these tools for computation, construction, and representation as they explore problems. The use of technology also contributes to mathematical reflection, problem identification, and decision making.

MATH:
  1. Make a tutorial for students to show how to solve a problem.
  2. Have students make projects showing certain problem solving techniques explaining how they did it.
  3. Use at a station-for students to create the story.

OPTIONS:
1. Create using pictures and voice
2. Create using a ppt with pictures and voice
3. Take digital snapshots of problem being solved and use voice.

EXAMPLES: