Digital Scrapbook Donna Murray ing

What is scrapbooking?
Documenting events, life

Photos, memorabilia

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Why do I scrapbook?
There are these moments that beg time to stand still. Moments of joy, and pain, and all the emotions in between. Moments of magic and of the ordinary. And there is this passion to record it somehow. Beyond just a word, or a picture. Instead, both, and more. Thoughts and feelings that rise to the surface. Waiting for me to release them through the page in front of me. It is a window that peers into my soul. And the view is simple, yet extraordinary. At least to me. For there is more there than the words and pictures, papers and frill. It is me. And all that I am. And all that I hope to be.

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Digital Scrapbooking in the classroom -Why do it? -What does it look like? -Ideas, examples, and tools

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Connect with subject Personalized learning product
Reading, writing, research, and critical-thinking skills

Visual literacy Linguistic and non-linguistic representation Student ownership

Idea s •Classroom scrapbook •Heritage book •Bio/autobio •Journal •Use various writing forms •Historical event/person •ABC book •Product of learning •Museum exhibit

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Primary Sources

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Digital Scrapbooking + Digital Storytelling

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Digital Scrapbooking

This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0 License. For more information, visit http://creativecommons.org . Credit info: Donna Murray, Instructional Technology Specialist murraydo at hickoryschools.net

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