Table of contents for Digital storytelling in the classroom : new media pathways to literacy, learning, and creativity / Jason Ohler.

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by David Thornburg
About the Author
 Part I. Storytelling, Education, and the New Media
1. Confessions of a Digital Storytelling Teacher: Twenty Revelations About Digital Storytelling in Education
2. Defining and Discussing Digital Storytelling: Helping Teachers See, Think and Talk About Digital Storytelling
3. Digital Storytelling as an Educational Tool: Standards, Planning, and Literacy
4. Assessing Digital Stories: The Opportunities and Challenges of New Media Evaluation
 Part II. The Art and Practice of Storytelling
5. Thinking About Story: The Story Core, Story Mapping, Story Types
6. Applying Story Maps: Seeing the Core, Mapping the Story
7. Story Planning Considerations: Tips, Techniques, Lessons Learned
8. Transformation Formations: How We, and the Characters in Our Stories, Change
9. More Story Maps: From Aristotle to Present Day
10. Other Kinds of Stories: Different Story Forms and Story Perspectives
 Part III. Going Digital
11. Developing Digital Stories: Applying the Story Development Process to Digital Storytelling in Education
12. The Media Production Process: Applying the Media Production Process to Digital Storytelling in Education
13. The Digital Storytelling Toolbox: What Teachers Need in Order to do Digital Storytelling With Their Students
14. Media Grammar for Teachers: How Non-Media People Can Assess Student Media Projects
15. Copyright and Fair Use in Education: Living in the Gray Zone, Doing the Right Thing and Protecting Yourself
Epilogue: If I Had a Time Machine
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Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Storytelling -- Data processing.
Literature and technology.
Internet in education.