"A story should be remembered for its soul, not the bells and whistles."
Bernajean Porter


Nowadays, it is pretty easy to take some images, put them into a tool, record some audio and call that a digital story. However, there is more to the process of creating a meaningful digital story. The process of creating is when the learning takes place. Before having students create digital stories, it's important to practice evaluating digital storytelling products. That way we'll be able to separate the good, the bad and the in betweens.

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Evaluation Stories

Review these stories and rate them high, medium, low. Keep in mind both the content and the craftsmanship of the stories. Try to determine which communication type the story is addressing.

Evaulation Materials

Generate your own scoring guide based on communication type here.

Rubistar
Want to make exemplary rubrics in a short amount of time? Try RubiStar out! Registered users can save and edit rubrics online. You can access them from home, school, or on the road. Registration and use of this tool is free!

Recipes4Success Rubric Maker
Use the Rubric Maker to make customized assessments for student work. You can create rubrics for primary, elementary, middle, and high school. The default text has been written to be appropriate for each level. After choosing a title and grade level for the rubric, you will be able to choose and edit a variety of existing performances, as well as create performances specific to the content your class is studying.

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Information shared here was learned at the Classrooms for the Future coach training with Bernajean Porter on Monday, April 28th, 2008.
Link: http://digitales.us/evaluating/index.php