Digital storytelling is a great way for students to share their knowledge in a fun and creative way.
Their are many Web 2.0 tools and Apps students can use to have a fun digital storytelling experience.
In honor of Dr. Seuss Birthday and Read Across America Day, students in my Math 1 class are creating digital stories about fractions. We have partnered with 2 elementary 5th grade classes to share our stories with.
Although Fractions are not part of our curriculum, this project will provide my students with the opportunity to give back. It's allowing them to be creative and learn problem solving strategies.
Students will use Keynote to create their digital stories and then save it as a PDF. From a PDF, they can they have it opened in iBooks.
I'll share stories and pictures as we complete them!
More to come....