This is a collection of teaching resources used during the King Island Digital Stories project. You are welcome to use or adapt any of these resources for your own digital storytelling work.
A story about stones – Medium (digital story example)
King Island Museum
The children went on an excursion to the local museum to look for stories about King Island. They took their iPads and also a paper based data collection sheet to gather information. We put together this digital story about the visit.
After the stories had been published on the KIDS website, we contact other island schools around Australia and asked them to look at our stories. We also asked them to complete the KIDS island survey so we could find out more about their island. We had three islands respond to the survey. Here is the KIDS survey PowerPoint show that displays what we found out.
In the News
We made the news!
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Ohler, J. (2013). Digital Storytelling in the Classroom: New Media Pathways to Literacy, Learning and Creativity. Thousand Oaks, California, SAGE.
Lambert, J. (2013). Digital storytelling: Capturing lives, creating community. New York: Routledge.
ABC Open: Real stories made by real people from all around Australia https://open.abc.net.au/
Pixabay: Free images and videos you can use anywhere https://pixabay.com/