Publications and Research

Document Type

Article

Publication Date

2015

Abstract

Using technology in the classroom is no longer the exception but the rule in most college classrooms. Now the question is not whether to use technology, but which technology to use. Among recent innovations is digital storytelling, a multimodal tool that can be used across disciplines. This paper reports on a pilot study designed to determine the feasibility and pedagogical value of using digital storytelling in an ESL writing course at an urban community college. The report documents a detailed plan for implementation and some of the challenges this process presents.

Comments

This document is a pre-publication version of an article originally published as: Sepp, M. & Bandi-Rao, S. (2015) "Creating an Effective Model for Digital Storytelling in the ESL Writing Class," NYS TESOL Journal, vol.2, issue 1.

 
 

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