Digital technology comes with great promises of “improving teaching and learning” or “revolutionizing the system”, but in reality, technology seems just to be making teaching busier, more complicated and, often, less personal.
The process of creating a digital story in the classroom follows steps similar to creating any large-scale technology project.
“The priority is to ensure that the skills people develop in education are well matched to labour market needs. This includes addressing new and emerging shortages in specific areas, such as information and communications technology (ICT) and the science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) skills needed for innovation and...
While the art of storytelling has been around for thousands of years, the advent of personal computers and approachable communication technologies has allowed storytellers to “go digital.