Note: this page links to assignments and assessment tools. For information about how to use specific software applications, check Technology Integration.
5 Ways To Enhance Instruction with Digital Narratives
Tips for success as teachers integrate digital storytelling in the classroom.
10 Tips for Dramatically Improving Your Videojournalism Stories
Many of these tips also apply to digital storytelling.
Students are required to read a novel of their choice. Students will then demonstrate an understanding of that novel by creating a book talk. In the book talk, students will be required to give an overview of the book, read two passages, and give an overall critique of the book. Students will create a Photostory for the presentation.
An outstanding example of digital storytelling.
Everything you need to help students craft a digital story is here: models, procedures, rubrics.
This collection of links includes classroom applications and an FAQ list.
This site offers practical tips with wit and insight.
Digital Storytelling Finds its Place in the Classroom
A teacher talks about digital storytelling in his classroom and offers step-by-step advice for those who'd like to try it in theirs.
Digital Storytelling in the Classroom
This site from Microsoft offers a free ebook on digital storytelling. Follow tabs to templates and additional information about integrating this technology.
Digital Storytelling Resource Kit
Tech4Learning offers "how-to" articles, samples, and lesson plans for digital storytelling. Registration required.
Digital Storytelling with the iPad
Follow the links on the left for a list of resources.
Educational Uses of Digital Storytelling
It's all here: introduction, getting started, examples, resources, and more.
This 5-page handout includes tips for a good interview and includes a model. It is designed for grades 6-12 and requires Adobe Reader for access.
Personal Narrative and Digital Storytelling
A teacher details her planning for a classroom multimedia unit on personal narrative. Adobe Reader required for access.
Use the art on the site to illustrate or inspire student storytelling. Good for elementary students or those writing for them.
That's the Story of My Life: Creating Storyboards for Graphic Novels About Adolescence
Students consider stories about adolescence and adolescents, and then fictionalize a scene from their lives in storyboards for graphic novels.