The art of digital storytelling
Gather round those roaring campfires because the ancient art of storytelling is being revived
The process of creating a digital story in the classroom follows steps similar to creating any large-scale technology project.
Digital storytelling provides authentic opportunities for reading, writing, speaking, and listening
Fast and fun ways to learn the basics
Go beyond the personal narrative to help students make deep connections to content.
Use this powerful form communication to build literacy for emerging readers and writers
Why interviews engage and inspire digital age thinking skills, four different ways to implement interviews across the curriculum, and ways to support students during the process.
Crafting a story builds communication, creativity, visual and sound literacy, and project management skills.
How to use the digital storytelling process to provide structure as students design and create public service announcements
Digital storytelling, implemented through a “writing process fit for young writers” helps all students write in school and in remote settings.
Creating superior digital stories should focus on a strong narrative and appropriately applied media.
Ideas to have students consider as they work to use music to convey feelings and match the goals of their work.
Using primary sources and digital storytelling to connect students to history
Explore the six elements that are fundamental to digital storytelling.
Share your ideas, imagination, and understanding through writing, art, voice, and video.
Create custom rubrics for your classroom.
A curated, copyright-friendly image library that is safe and free for education.
Write, record, and illustrate a sentence.
Interactive digital worksheets for grades K-8 to use in Brightspace or Canvas.