Using technology to improve storytelling

08/28/2011 | Edutopia.org

A library media specialist writes about how she is using technology to engage students in storytelling and improve reading. Laura Fleming describes transmedia storytelling as a teaching method in which stories are told across multiple platforms, and students or readers are active participants. Fleming offers an example in which a story is told using text, sound, images and games. She also provides resources to help teachers use transmedia storytelling in their own classrooms.

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