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Nigel Coutts

Telling a new story of learning and school - The Learner's Way - 0 views

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    One of the key ways by which we make sense of our world is by analysing the stories that we and others use to describe it. These stories are a construct of our experiences, our beliefs, our cultural perspectives and the interactions between these things. Even when the context in which the story is set is the same, the details and nature of the story that particular individuals or collective share can differ vastly. Only by listening to each story with empathy and genuine desire to understand each individual's telling of this story do we develop true insights. Making sense of the stories of education should be a key process for all educators.
Nigel Coutts

Understanding the power of stories - The Learner's Way - 14 views

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    We are the stories that we tell and it is the stories we share which unite us. This was the seed of an idea planted by a day with author, artist, musician and story teller Boori Pryor. Understanding the power that our stories have allows us to better value their role in our lives, to see them as more than recounts of the past or imaginings of the future. Stories should be viewed as the powerful agents that they are with the force to shape who we are as much as we shape them.
Martin Burrett

Scribble My Story - 0 views

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    This is an iPad app designed for young learners to tell stories through drawings, text and audio recording. There is is some clipart to draw into your story. There are a number of template stories, but you can also start from a blank book. Find it on the App store at https://itunes.apple.com/gb/app/scribble-my-story-fingerprint/id582092430 http://ictmagic.wikispaces.com/English
EducationPlus Learning Department

Google Living Stories - 0 views

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    Google Living Stories is a collaborative effort between Google, The Washington Post, and the New York Times to provide users with an easy way to track the developments of a news topic. Here's how it works; select a story from the Google Living Stories homepage then select "all coverage" (all coverage is the default) or a specific element of the the story such as "events," "people," or "resources." After you've read an element of a story it will remain gray until new information is available.
William Gaskins

My StoryMaker : Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh - 0 views

  • My StoryMaker lets you control characters and objects - and creates sentences for you! Once you are done with your Story, you can print it out. You cannot go back
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    "My StoryMaker lets you control characters and objects - and creates sentences for you! Once you are done with your Story, you can print it out. You cannot go back and edit a Story once you have ended it but, if you click "yes" when asked to share it with others, you can print it out again by entering the magic number it gives you in the box on the right. Since lack of space forces us to delete Story files older than 1 month, please save the .pdf file that prints to your own computer."
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    "My StoryMaker lets you control characters and objects - and creates sentences for you! Once you are done with your Story, you can print it out. You cannot go back and edit a Story once you have ended it but, if you click "yes" when asked to share it with others, you can print it out again by entering the magic number it gives you in the box on the right. Since we periodically have to delete the older Story files, please save the .pdf file that prints to your own computer."
Darcy Goshorn

Literactive - Teaching Children to Read - 37 views

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    This site requires that you sign up for a free account in order to use the interactive stories. It has bunches, grouped into different levels, beginning with Nursery Rhymes, and moving up to Traditional Tales. The kid can login, click the story, and it reads it aloud along with animations. After you start the story, you can turn on/off the words, voice, etc. There are even games as well as printable worksheets to go along with each of the stories!! It's awesome, and FREE! After you register and login, click on the GUIDED READING link to access the stories.
Berylaube 00

Community Club Home Listen and Read - Non-fiction Read Along Activities Scholastic - 0 views

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    From Richard Byrne Free Technology for teacher, quoted below:Listen and Read - Non-fiction Read Along Activities Listen and Read is a set of 54 non-fiction stories from Scholastic for K-2 students. The stories are feature pictures and short passages of text that students can read on their own or have read to them by each story's narrator. The collection of stories is divided into eight categories: social studies, science, plants and flowers, environmental stories, civics and government, animals, American history, and community. Applications for Education Listen and Read looks to be a great resource for social studies lessons and reading practice in general. At the end of each book there is a short review of the new words that students were introduced to in the book. Students can hear these words pronounced as many times as they like. Listen and Read books worked on my computer and on my Android tablet. Scholastic implies that the books also work on iPads and IWBs"
Julie Shy

Awesome Stories - 7 views

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    AwesomeStories is a gathering place of primary-source information. Its purpose - since the site was first launched in 1999 - is to help educators and individuals find original sources, located at national archives, libraries, universities, museums, historical societies and government-created web sites. AwesomeStories is about primary sources. The stories exist as a way to place original materials in context and to hold those links together in an interesting, cohesive way (thereby encouraging people to look at them). It is a totally different kind of web site in that its purpose is to place primary sources at the forefront - not the opinions of a writer. Its objective is to take the site's users to places where those primary sources are located.  The author of each story is listed on the preface page of the story. A link to the author provides more detailed information. This educational, curriculum-support teaching/learning tool is also designed to support state and national standards. Each story on the site links to online primary-source materials which are positioned in context to enhance reading comprehension, understanding and enjoyment.
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    Really exceptional. Many thanks. incredibly interacive..Videos, audio, pictures, articles. lesson plans. Awesome.
justquestionans

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Martin Burrett

Spotlight Stories - 0 views

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    "A stunning collection of immersive VR stories which can be viewed via a mobile phone or VR headset. Turn the device to view the scene as the stories unfold."
Steve Ransom

'Golden-voiced' homeless man lands job, house - TODAY People - TODAYshow.com - 16 views

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    The power of compelling "story" and the ability of such story to go viral via the social web Also a testament to the importance of story in a presentation (Garr Reynolds, The Naked Presenter)
Richard Fanning

Writepop - Science fiction stories, humor, and writing about writing - 0 views

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    Site dedicated to short writing with loads of short stories and short story ideas/topics. Not suitable for middle school students and below: sex, inappropriate themes, but a great place to go for writing ideas.
anonymous

This Exquisite Forest - 0 views

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    This site is a collaborative online drawing and animation project from Google and the UK's Tate Modern art gallery. Draw part of a picture and add to other people's creation. http://ictmagic.wikispaces.com/Art%2C+Craft+%26+Design
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    An online art project developed by Google, this site is a place for digital storytelling through pictures, not words. Students can work collaboratively to create a short animated story, with each animation building off the previous branches. Students can create their own seeds & invite others to grow a tree with them. Before students can create their own seeds, they do have to contribute to an already existing tree. If a student does not feel they can express their words with an animation, think about having the students pair up. Have one student become an author & write an outline of the story, while the other student draws the animation of the story.
anonymous

Media Lab creates Center for Future Storytelling - MIT News Office - 0 views

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    The MIT Media Lab and Plymouth Rock Studios will collaborate to revolutionize how we tell our stories, from major motion pictures to peer-to-peer multimedia sharing. By applying leading-edge technologies to make stories more interactive, improvisational and social, researchers will seek to transform audiences into active participants in the storytelling process, bridging the real and virtual worlds, and allowing everyone to make their own unique stories with user-generated content on the Web.
Theresa Neuser

One Million Monkeys Typing: A Collaborative Writing Project - 50 views

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    An evolutionary writing site. Only the strongest stories survive. 1. Read Start reading. When you finish a snippet of text, click 'read more'. You will be presented with three unique paths that continue the story. If you like your options, keep reading. 2. Write If you reach an end, or simply don't like the story's trajectory, graft a new snippet and take the story's direction into your own hands. 3. Publish Publish so that others may add on to your story. If it gets ranked well and has enough offshoots it stays, if not, watch it wither and die.
BTerres

Storybird: A Collaborative Storytelling Tool : Tech Tutorials - 0 views

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    Storybird is a collaborative Storytelling tool. Students use collections of art to be inspired to write stories. One the art is chosen, students are able to build there Story by dragging and dropping pictures and creating a Story to match. It's great for teachers because they're able to easily create student accounts and assignments for students. It's also simple to collaborate with others whether it's another student in class or someone from another country! Storybird is an extremely engaging site that allows students to focus more on the content of their writing rather than drawing pictures!
Martin Burrett

Video: The 3 little pigs and the big bad wolf story - 0 views

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    "Alternative and contemporary version of the Three Little Pigs from the Guardian newspaper. The story slowly unfolds as new information is produced. Use in lessons to focus on evidence and plot twists."
Martin Burrett

Sacred Stories - 0 views

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    This is a good site from the British Library with animated stories from a range of sacred texts from Sikhism, Christianity, Islam, Buddhism, Judaism and Hinduism. http://ictmagic.wikispaces.com/PSHE%2C+RE%2C+Citizenship%2C+Geography+%26+Environmental
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