Digital Storytelling: An Alternative Way of Expressing Oneself
Curriculum, Instruction, and Special Education
Digital storytelling has many implications in teaching and learning. As a way to communicate ideas, experiences, beliefs, and topics to an audience through the use of technology and multimedia, digital stories help storytellers acquire many different skills and literacies. The most important aspect is that the storyteller learns to create stories using their personal voice and interpretation to be shared with a larger community. Self-expression is encouraged and confidence can be developed through the creation of digital stories. This paper examines digital storytelling from an instructional and learning perspective. Areas such as the implications of digital storytelling in education, the process of planning and developing stories, and a discussion of various tools to create digital stories are included. Digital storytelling can provide storytellers with an avenue for conveying ideas and information that are personal in nature or more informational.
International Journal of Information and Communication Technology Education
(2017). Digital Storytelling: An Alternative Way of Expressing Oneself. International Journal of Information and Communication Technology Education, 13(1), 72-82.
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