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Create, Discover and Learn through visual storytelling with Storybird Studio. This website is “a platform for writers, readers, and artists of all ages.” Use the free educational setting with any device to align the Common Core to your students’ creative sides. Teachers can make assignments and lessons or allow the students to let their creativity flow using one of 3 different formats: picture books, long form stories or poetry. Use an education account, Storybird Studio auto-generates students accounts without the need of email addresses, where the teacher can create assignments and provide feedback to their students through the dashboard.

To get started, first create a teacher account at storybird.com/educators. After creating your account and setting up your class information, you will see your dashboard or Studio.


Here is where you can add students, create assignments and view your class library. Add students by creating a roster or have the students join by using the class access code.


Add Assignments quickly with little or a lot of detail.


Write your own stories to share with your class by clicking on “Write” at the top of the screen. Find the image set you wish to use in the story, and click “Use this art”, select the story format, and use the editor to drag and drop desired images and type the story text on the pages.


Save pages as you create by clicking on the save button at the bottom of the screen, and use the menu button to save and close, Publish, or add a collaborator.


Read shared stories by clicking on “Read” at the top of the screen. Select content by popularity, categories, format, age, or search by tags.  Follow authors, artists, and add content to your Bookshelf to build up your “library”.


Questions or comments?
Email me at brandywhitley@johnston.k12.nc.us



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Wednesday, April 15, 2015

Wednesday Web Tool: StoryBird Studio

Create, Discover and Learn through visual storytelling with Storybird Studio. This website is “a platform for writers, readers, and artists of all ages.” Use the free educational setting with any device to align the Common Core to your students’ creative sides. Teachers can make assignments and lessons or allow the students to let their creativity flow using one of 3 different formats: picture books, long form stories or poetry. Use an education account, Storybird Studio auto-generates students accounts without the need of email addresses, where the teacher can create assignments and provide feedback to their students through the dashboard.

To get started, first create a teacher account at storybird.com/educators. After creating your account and setting up your class information, you will see your dashboard or Studio.


Here is where you can add students, create assignments and view your class library. Add students by creating a roster or have the students join by using the class access code.


Add Assignments quickly with little or a lot of detail.


Write your own stories to share with your class by clicking on “Write” at the top of the screen. Find the image set you wish to use in the story, and click “Use this art”, select the story format, and use the editor to drag and drop desired images and type the story text on the pages.


Save pages as you create by clicking on the save button at the bottom of the screen, and use the menu button to save and close, Publish, or add a collaborator.


Read shared stories by clicking on “Read” at the top of the screen. Select content by popularity, categories, format, age, or search by tags.  Follow authors, artists, and add content to your Bookshelf to build up your “library”.


Questions or comments?
Email me at brandywhitley@johnston.k12.nc.us



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