TLISI 2021: Digital Storytelling for Inquiry
Although many of us rely on inquiry as a pedagogical mode and motivator, we do not always apply the same philosophy to the media we produce - whether for online courses, flipped classroom videos, or student media projects. When preparing to share what we know - either as a teacher or a student - we often forget all that we instinctively know about storytelling. Those compelling anecdotes we might share in a lecture or conversational context get lost because we don't have the same real-time feedback we rely on from our audience. But that doesn't mean we can't still lead our audience through engaging stories that pique their curiosity. It just takes a little preparation, practice, and creativity! In this session, we will discuss pedagogical research that supports inquiry-based digital storytelling and dissect exciting examples of educational media. Participants will apply hands-on outlining and drafting techniques to rethink their digital media assets and assignments with inquiry in mind.
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