Digital Storytelling Workshop for Japanese In-service Teachers
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Susono, H., Ikawa, T. & Kagami, A. (2011). Digital Storytelling Workshop for Japanese In-service Teachers. In S. Barton et al. (Eds.), Proceedings of Global Learn 2011 (pp. 729-732). AACE.
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A digital storytelling (DST) workshop for in-service teachers was held at Mie University, Japan, in August, 2010. 49 teachers participated in the workshop and created their digital stories on the theme “Reflection of My Teaching Life.” In the process of creating a digital story, each participating teacher thought and reflected on her/his teaching practice. She/he also uploaded the digital story on the Moodle-based web-forum so that other participants could watch each other’s story even after the workshop. All the in-service teachers were satisfied with the DST workshop and learned a lot about digital storytelling and how to introduce it in their classes.
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