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TitleStorytelling as a strategy for integrating technologies into the curriculum : an empirical study with post-graduate teachers
Author(s)Coutinho, Clara Pereira
KeywordsDigital storytelling
Digital literacies
Issue dateMar-2010
PublisherAssociation for the Advancement of Computing in Education (AACE)
CitationCRAWFORD, C. [et al.], eds. – “Proceedings of the International Conference of Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education, 21, San Diego, USA, 2010.” Chesapeake : AACE, 2010. ISBN 1-880094-78-9. p. 3795-3802.
Abstract(s)Digital Storytelling (DS) is a creative combination of images and sound that allows the production of pedagogical resources with high potential for teaching and learning. Recent research shows that teachers´ familiarity, confidence and skills in integrating technology into the curriculum are dependent on education programs that provide technology-rich experiences throughout all aspects of the training. Aware of this reality and responsible for preparing digitally wise teachers, a DS activity was implemented with a group of post graduate teachers who attended a program on Educational Technology. For one semester teachers studied the theory of visual learning, prepared still images and created digital stories for classroom use. In this paper, we describe the training experience, present and reflect on teachers´ feedback and conclude arguing that DS are powerful tools to use in the field of technology and teacher education because it allows teachers´ to mobilize their multiples knowledge on curricular contents, pedagogy and technology (TPACK)
TypeConference paper
AccessOpen access
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