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What is AwesomeStories MakerSpace?

Welcome to AwesomeStories. Watch this brief video to learn:

  • How primary sources are wrapped inside curriculum-based stories;
  • How varying points-of-view make a difference;
  • How you can use CurriculumMakerTM in your school;
  • How you can use AssignmentMakerTM to build lesson plans;
  • How you can use StoryMakerTM to write (and publish) your stories, reports, projects;
  • How you can keep track of it all with supportive reports.

Here's something more.

Topics of study come alive at AwesomeStories. Depending on the teacher’s preference, students can:

  • “See” the story unfolding before their eyes in class (then view it, with their parents, at home);
  • “Think about” the story (with essential questions, such as “How does nature help us to see things in a different light?”); and

Using an integrated approach—combining visual arts, science and language arts—students experience their topics in personalized-learning fashion with words and concepts suitable for a range of achievement levels. Then ... students can create stories, using the AwesomeStories’ archive of primary sources, to produce their own related work to share with their class, their family and (if accepted for publication) … the whole online world!

AwesomeStories ... a 21st-century learning-and-teaching tool.


Media Credits

Video introduction to AwesomeStories MakerSpace.

 

To cite this story (For MLA citation guidance see easybib or OWL ):

"What is AwesomeStories MakerSpace?" AwesomeStories.com. Feb 18, 2016. Jan 25, 2020.
       <http://www.awesomestories.com/asset/view/155996>.
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