Teaching through Stories with MakerSpace for the Humanities
Creation Engine to Read, Research, Reflect, Write

                     
                     
                         
                     
  • “Weaving primary source material into my student's learning is my secret weapon.”
    Mary Ann Riendeau, Eagle Hill School, Hardwick, MA

  • “Teaching reading to middle school students in the 21st century requires more than print. AwesomeStories is at your fingertips giving life to the printed page.”
    Deb Lynch, Oxford Public Schools, Oxford, CT

  • “In the new era of Common Core Standards, when schools are expecting students and teachers to dig deeper into content and inquiry learning, AwesomeStories is a perfect curriculum resource - engaging, well researched, and just flat out fun to read.”
    John Norton, Librarian, Creator/editor of a middle grades website, North Carolina

  • “I am so impressed by AwesomeStories envisioning what teaching and learning will look like in the future. ”
    Analee Taylor, Curriculum Specialist, Charlotte Mecklenburg Schools, NC

  • AwesomeStories really models the types of lessons that should be offered daily in every school across the nation.”
    Rachel Bhattacharyya, El Paso ISD, El Paso, TX

  • “Impressive depth and breadth to stories - stories reach across multiple genres and the primary sources and additional information allows students to study the topic and/or theme in greater detail.”
    Emily Trono, Teacher

  • “I like being able to adapt the stories and resources to meet the needs of our courses. ”
    Cindy Aznoe, Montana

  • “The shear amount of information and the applicability across genres and subjects is “awesome”!”
    Jay Kirgis, Texarkana Arkansas School District, Texarkana, TX

  • AwesomeStories provides information I didn't even know I really wanted! ”

    Nancy Miller, Dallas Independent School District, Dallas, TX

  • AwesomeStories is so in tune with the way students are wired in this generation of digital natives!”
    Pat Bailey, Chair of World Languages, Gwinnett County Public Schools, GA

  • “In the new era of Common Core, AwesomeStories is a perfect curriculum resource ‐ engaging, well researched, and just flat out fun to read.”
    John Norton, Librarian, NC, Founder MiddleWeb.com

  • AwesomeStories helps me to bring the world to my kindergarten students.”
    Susan Wagener, Lee County School District, Ft Myers, FL

  • “Teaching kindergarteners stories can be challenging because of the potential language barrier. AwesomeStories helps me to bring the world to my students.”
    Susan Wagener, Lee County School District, Ft Myers, FL

  • AwesomeStories lessons and resources are a big plus for me …so I can show my administration, colleagues, and parents the academic relevance of the assignments.”
    Bonnie Patterson, Texas City ISD, Texas City, TX

  • AwesomeStories provides information I didn't even know I really wanted! ”
    Nancy Miller, Dallas Independent School District, Dallas, TX

  • “I can't believe how fast and easy it to create lessons, projects and papers with StoryMaker
    Kay Teehan, NBCT, Media Specialist, Polk County Public Schools, FL

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