Storytelling with iPad


The means of presenting can be a challenge due to classroom setup. If you have a room that can be presented as a stage area and a projector, then creating a presentation atmosphere is not an issue. However, where such setups are not available, I have found bringing in a few iPads for small group presentations to be ideal. Instead of presenting to a class, students are in small groups, presenting in a more authentic story-telling setting. The story (or presentation) becomes more personal, and there is a greater opportunity for students to receive instant feedback and support for their efforts by their peers.

This is not to discredit class presentations, but rather the opportunity to present different presentation opportunities for the students to experience.


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