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Digital Storytelling 101: Rubrics and Storyboards

October 15, 2010

It’s always a struggle to decide how to grade creative projects, so thankfully the folks at Discovery Education have already thought about this and provided some fine options for grading digital storytelling.

“Below are some suggested methods for assessing your students’ digital stories.

Rubrics are often used as a scoring tool for subjective assessments. A good rubric can be used to assess a student’s performance on papers, projects, essays, and in this case, digital stories. You can find a number of different sample digital storytelling rubrics by reviewing some of the suggestions below.

Expected Outcomes are another way to assess a digital story. There are many different learning outcomes that can be folded into digital storytelling. The link below discusses how digital storytelling can be applied to 21st century skills as well as the ISTE NETS standards, which can be found at Education Uses of Digital Storytelling.” More…

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