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Saturday, March 16 • 1:45pm - 2:30pm
The Role of Digital Story Telling (About Spirituality and Cultural Identity) In Graduate Teaching and Learning

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This presentation will discuss the use of role of digital storytelling in a graduate class that deals with spirituality and culture in the health and education professions from faculty, instructional designer, and student perspectives, and the connection of digital story telling to multiple forms of learning and knowledge construction processes. In this session, the presenter and attendees will: (1) discuss the role of instrumental, communicative, and emancipatory learning through digital storytelling in the class, (2) show digital stories created by students and faculty presenters; and (3) explore theoretical and practical implications of digital storytelling for teaching and learning.


Elana Betts

Graduate Student, Harrisburg

Janelle Heiserman

Student Affairs Specialist, Harrisburg

Shivaani Selvaraj

Instructional Designer, Harrisburg

Elizabeth Tisdell

Adult Education, Harrisburg

Saturday March 16, 2013 1:45pm - 2:30pm EDT
Room 202 215 Innovation Blvd., State College, PA 16801

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