News Tagged 'digital storytelling'

Introducing Thinglink

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thinglinkIntroducing Thinglink: “ThingLink is the leading platform for creating interactive images and videos for web, social, advertising, and educational channels.

Be creative! Make your images come alive with video, text, images, shops, music and more!

Every image contains a story and Thinglink helps you tell your stories.”( https://www.thinglink.com/learn)

With Thinglink, children can embed content into an image to create an exciting digital story. They ...

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Little Bird Tales

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Little Bird TalesLittle Bird Tales is a storytelling and e-learning tool that can be implemented in hundreds of ways. It is great for children of all ages, and gives a story telling voice to those too young or who can’t read and write!

Little Bird Tales is a great story telling, e-book making website and a free app designed to really nurture children’s ...

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The Storybird Website

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1-Story Bird Banner_1The Storybird website is a free story making resource which welcomes educational establishments to sign up. Storybirds are short, art-inspired stories that children make very quickly and easily inspire success. Authors can share them with each other, read them together or print them off to make a new library of their own work.

There are ...

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CyArk Lesson Plans

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CyArk Lesson PlansCyArk Lesson Plans is an American site which hosts a growing number of lesson plans that could be used in this country and look fun!

Make a Mayan pyramid using sugar cubes – I am positive many pupils would find this fun and a great learning experience.

The measuring distance with Google maps looks good too!

This site ...

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Handbook of Digital Storytelling

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This publication has been produced as part of the Digital Commonwealth Project.  It introduces blogging, audio, video and social media as tools for story telling. It has been created using money from The Big Lottery fund and the Media Trust, who worked with the with the University of the West of Scotland to run the project.

The handbook was intended for use by ...

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