This post is a cross post from my original in the OSSEMOOC June 2014, 30 days of collaborative blogging “Picture and Post” series.
I always enjoy opportunities to connect with Stephen Hurley or read his blog. I have recently enjoyed opportunities on both fronts – wonderful professional discussion and learning!
In this tweet, Stephen directs readers to a wonderful blog post where he reminds of the importance of telling our stories.
Check out Telling Tales from Stephen’s blog, and feel free to leave a comment here about what resonates with you in his post.
Today I had the pleasure of tuning in to a webcast presentation by Alan Levine about digital story telling resources. I ideas were great and the chat window was action packed with comments, ideas and positive feedback. I wanted to share a list of a few of the resources that were highlighted.
This is a great set of tools to support digital story telling. Visit Alan’s blog and wiki to get the full story and lots of good ideas. Everyone has a story to tell. Give one of these great tools a spin today then do something fun. innovative and engaging with your students!
Thank you to Sheryl and the PLP Network team for setting up this learning opportunity with Alan.
Alan’s 50 ways
Bitstrips for School (licensed for use for Ontario publicly funded schools by OSAPAC)