The end of the fall term for North American learners sometimes (if students are lucky enough to have a willing teacher) also means the conclusion of digital storytelling projects. When it comes to the evaluation stage of videos, I highly recommend Bernajean Porter’s resources about Peer Review of Digital Stories on DigiTales. Her scoring guides/rubrics are also GREAT.

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2 Responses to Tips for digital story evaluation

  1. Andy Hamaker says:

    I appreciate Bernajean Porter?s resources about Peer Review of Digital Stories on DigiTales. Her scoring guides/rubrics look especially helpful. I plan to introduce digital storytelling in my classroom, and anticipate using her rubics.

  2. David A says:

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    Here are some of the highlights:

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    Storytelling is at the core of human existence. We’re building Heekya to unlock powerful stories of people all over the world and empower them to share their story with anyone, anywhere, anytime.

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