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5 Creative Digital Tools That Bring Visuals and Writing Together. Here Is A Great Website to Create, Read and Share Digital Stories. Understanding Two Ebook Self Publishing Basics. For those new to self-publishing ebooks, or even for those who have had a little experience, here are two simple yet very important basic tips that will help make publishing an ebook a trouble free process. Use Microsoft Word Most authors use Microsoft Word when writing a book, and although it is a fantastic word processor with both .doc and .docx files being widely accepted by all ebook publishers, Word has one problem.

In a long document, which a book is, the number of changes, alterations, cut, copy and paste processes as well as liberal use of the backspace over a long period of time, creates code errors. You can’t see these in your view of the document, but when it is converted to common ebook files they can cause a lot of formatting problems. There are two solutions, which are very easy, and should become a habit when writing. Firstly, use a fresh, new, clean Word document for each new chapter and when complete, copy and paste the finished chapter into your main Word book document. Some Excellent Digital Storytelling Apps for Elementary Students. May 16, 2017 Creating and sharing digital stories is a great way to engage students in a wide variety of literacy-related activities in class.

To this end, we curated for you this collection of some of our favourite apps to engage elementary students in digital storytelling tasks. The apps are simple and easy to use and provide learners with various materials and tools to help them create and enjoy what they create. As always, share with us your feedback in our Facebook page. For more apps for elementary students, check out this page. Links to the features apps are under the visual. 1- Story Dice - ideas for writers ‘Story Dice is a creative writing prompt tool to come up with ideas for plot, character, and setting. It can be used for both written and oral storytelling.’ 2- Kid in Story Book Maker ‘Create and share customized picture storybooks with photos of your child or others as the main character!

4- Pictello ‘Everyone loves to tell fun, engaging, and imaginative stories. Create Sesame Street Fan Fiction on WriteReader. StoryMapJS. A New Google Earth Feature to Introduce Students to The World's Cultures. April 20, 2017 A few days ago we shared with you a quick review of some of the best features in the new Google Earth. Today, we want to particularly highlight one of these new features called Voyager. Voyager helps users explore the world from different cultural perspectives through a collection of interactive guided tours.

Voyager's theme for this month is on cultural stories of people and places from around the globe. As a teacher, you can use this new service with students to help them learn about the world’s cultures and enhance their cultural literacy. Some of the stories highlighted today in Voyager is that of Girl Muppets Around the World and Miniature Wunderland. The earlier is a story by Sesame Street that introduces users to the rich variety of world cultures through the eyes of the girl Muppets.

Digital Storytelling Wheel for Teachers. Storytop Story Maker. Storybird Studio – literacy and writing tools for teachers, librarians, educators and classrooms. A Fabulous Web Tool for Creating Story Books in Class. April 6, 2017 StoryJumper is a good web tool students can use to create and publish storybooks. It’s an ideal way to enhance students writing skills and immerse them in engaging writing projects.

StoryJumper is easy and simple to use and provides tons of interesting features to unleash students creativity and push their imagination to unlimited learning experiences. Stories can contain text, photos, audio and many more. As a teacher, you can create an online classroom in StoryJumper where you can collect and save students stories. The site offers a workbook which is ‘a tool for teaching students the creative writing process. StoryJump library features works created by other users which you and your students can use for inspiration and for new ideas. Wrong Hands | Cartoons by John Atkinson. ©John Atkinson, Wrong Hands. Three Good Tools for Collaboratively Creating Multimedia Books. Collaborating to create multimedia books can be a good way to get students excited about writing stories. Students can collaborate with each other and or with you. Through the process of sharing ideas and revisions students' work improves.

Writing a multimedia ebook can also be a nice way for students to illustrate and or further explain portions of fiction and non-fiction stories that they compose. The following three platforms make it possible for students to create and publish multimedia ebooks in their web browsers. For elementary school students: WriteReader is a neat multimedia writing platform for elementary school teachers and students. Tools for middle school/ high school students: Widbook is a platform designed to help people collaboratively create multimedia books. I've often described Lucidpress as a mix of the best of Apple's Pages with the best of Google Docs.

Campaign Comics Templates for Kids. Make Beliefs Comix offers comic strip templates and writing prompts in up to seven languages. The templates and prompts can be completed online or you can print them out to give to your students. Recently, Make Beliefs Comix added templates centered around the 2016 U.S. Presidential election.

These new comic templates include prompts for writing theoretical conversations/ debate points between Clinton and Trump, templates for political bumper stickers, templates for writing campaign promises, and a neat graphic organizer for designing your perfect candidate. Applications for Education To some students creating a comic feels less daunting than sitting down with a blank piece of paper and being told to write about something. Dosdoce.com Google usa el aprendizaje automático para la lectura de cómics. Cinco herramientas para crear revistas escolares interactivas | Android en la Escuela.

Publicar un periódico o una revista escolar es una actividad que, además de motivar a tus alumnos a aprender, les ayuda a desarrollar distintas capacidades, como la competencia lingüística, la competencia digital, la alfabetización mediática o la creatividad. Gracias a las nuevas tecnologías, los estudiantes pueden desarrollar proyectos interactivos, puntuales o duraderos en el tiempo, sin apenas costes de difusión. Te presentamos cinco herramientas online que te ayudarán a convertir a tus alumnos en jóvenes periodistas y a que trabajen de forma colaborativa para sacar adelante su propio medio de comunicación. Lucid Press. Esta herramienta de carácter gratuito se asemeja mucho a programas profesionales como InDesign, y permite diseñar y publicar revistas tanto impresas como digitales.

Ofrece numerosas plantillas y da la posibilidad de introducir elementos interactivos, así como de trabajar de manera colaborativa en Red. En este artículo puedes encontrar más información.Joomag. Me gusta: ePubEditor. Widbook | A world of undiscovered ebooks. Character Scrapbook - A Template for Reflecting on Stories. Scholastic's Character Scrapbook provides a nice template that elementary school students can use to write about and reflect on the characters in their favorite stories. The template is quite simple to use. Students enter the name of a story and the name of their favorite character on the first page.

On the next pages students list ten attributes of the character. The Character Scrapbook also allows students to create pictures of their favorite characters. As you can see in the image above, Scholastic's Character Scrapbook doesn't limit students to human characters. Applications for EducationScholastic's Character Scrapbook could be a great tool for getting students to think about their favorite stories. 37 herramientas web y apps para construir historias #Storytelling #DigitalStorytelling. Zinepal Online PDF and eBook Creator.