The purpose of a storyteller is not to tell you how to think, but to give you questions to think upon.Brandon Sanderson
Learning Stories Workshop
Pixar in a Box – Storytelling
Story Studio | How-Tos
Here is a collection of tools designed to help you practice various storytelling techniques yourself and with your students, in print, visual and multimedia modes. These little how-to stories were created in Adobe Spark, one of our favorite digital publishing tools.
Story Studio | Digital Tools
Here are suggested tools and platforms that are accessible in Rocky View Schools that you’ll find useful in creating and sharing stories yourself and with your students. With any of these tools, you can create beautiful, interactive content that looks great on web and mobile devices.
Story Studio | Print Publishing
There’s something special about seeing your work in print. RVS students publish their stories, articles, images and artwork within beautiful magazines and books. These days, there are many ways to print your work online, and teachers in RVS have found Blurb.ca to be a reliable, inexpensive and easy-to-use printing service, plus Blurb offers free software for creating your book layout.
Story Studio | Presentations
Have your students prepare high-quality presentations for a live audience and record their talks, TED-Style! Take a look at these students, teachers and leaders present engaging stories about learning across a range of topics.
Learning Through Experience
Authors en Française
Building Futures Groundbreaking