I’m behind ( need rhizome post) and ahead (digital storytelling) — racing like a turtle and I can’t keep up, yet I add to the story with a segment from past post from 2009 because of this encouraging post by Verena Roberts for next week’s digital storytelling #etmooc. We have much to learn the next two weeks. And another idea those of us teaching, might be to to use poetry as a vehicle to tell a story.
April is Poetry Month and on April 18th, it’s Poem In Your Pocket Day. Want to participate? Here’s an idea…
Share Poetry Strategies and Digital Tools
Help spread the power of poetry — share ideas on twitter for how to create and share poems during the weeks before 4/18 — or do this right now to develop a project ready to use in your class — for “A Poem in Your Pocket Day” on April 18th. Label tweets hashtag #pocketpoem, the official hashtag. Then we’ll have many strategies and tools to choose from for a fantastic Poetry Month.
An audience. A purpose. Authentic.
Here’s an example:
Create your own visual poem on Bubblr; blog or email it to friend for “A Poem in Your Pocket Day” on April 18th:
Blossoms in bubbles
Of delicate dew
For butterfly blessings
Mother Earth to you.
Or link here: A Poem for Your Pocketby Sheri Edwards
Here’s HOW TO:
Go to Bubblr at http://www.pimpampum.net/bubblr/
Use the “tag” box to type a topic on which you want to write a poem.
I chose these (separately as needed): soil, spring, dewdrop
For your search, many photos will appear for you to drag to the current slide.
As I chose my photos, I added the cloud and text.
Then I published with a title and name from which the code can be created to embed or link or email. Enjoy.
Other Poetry Resources:
Eagles Write Poem in Your Pocket 2011
The Challenge before 4/18:
Please learn or relearn or share a tool for poetry, or a digital storytelling idea from #etmooc which can be adapted.
Post your creation and a how to.
Tweet your post with your poem and howto: hashtag #pocketpoem, the official hashtag
If you can, comment here with your poetry post link!
Thank you for encouraging poetry, and have fun with digital storytelling for #etmooc.
Go boldly and scatter seeds of kindness…
Reflect curiosity and wonder…
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