by edshelf: Reviews & recommendations of tools for education
Once upon a time, there was a teacher looking for ways to help her students tell a story. She wanted to give them a variety of tools from which to construct their stories. At their school were computer labs, iPad carts, and a BYOD policy. With all those options, she knew there had to be more than just Microsoft Word.
Then she found K-12 technology specialist David Kapuler‘s collection of digital storytelling sites & apps. In it were a wide variety of tools, from video editing programs to animated puppet apps to storyboarding websites. Her students were thrilled. They crafted all manner of creative stories. The teacher was happy that her students had so much fun while learning. The students were happy to do such a fun project.
And they all lived happily ever after.
What apps do you use for creating and telling digital stories?
36 Digital Storytelling Sites and Apps From edshelf
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