I have renamed the Digital Storytelling Carnival to the Video in the Classroom Blog Carnival with this which would be edition #7. As before, the carnival spotlights blog articles on using video production in the classroom which includes digital storytelling and general video production. I’ve come to understand that digital storytelling refers to a specific genre of movies and think it’s time I stop confusing the two (sorry about that).
And now, on with the show…
Kevin Hodgson presents his students clay animation projects cleverly written to show examples of literary elements such as foreshadowing and characterization.
Spooky Book Trailers from Sonja Cole.
Mr. Mayo presents Short Films by Middle Schoolers.
Steven Kimmi shares A Day at Schilling Elementary.
Esquire Magazine presents the Five Most Misleading Propoganda Films of the 40′s, 50′s, and 60′s.
Oral History: Telling Their Stories
Survivors of wars, the Holocaust, and Japanese internment camps share their stories.
Geography at the Movies, non-profit site for sharing movies of different locations around the world.
Wesley Fryer presents Research Based Suggestions for the Digital Storytelling Process as well as Examples of Digital Storytelling Projects.
Larry Ferlazzo gives us the Best Ways for Students to Create Online Videos (Using Someone Else’s Content)
Film School for Video Podcasters. My own presentation on how to make better classroom movies.