School made digital stories

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NSW Schools “A day in my life” Project

In this project, schools from around NSW created digital stories portraying a typical day in the life of students, reflecting the diversity of NSW schools and students. Professional development in digital film making was provided to teachers, who then developed films with their classes. This was a joint initiative of NSW DET, Macquarie ICT Innovations Centre and Multicultural Programs Unit.

Watch: A day in my life films.

Aboriginal child participating in Koori Story Exchange project

NSW Schools “A day in my life” Project

A project of Information + Cultural Exchange (ICE) of Western Sydney, the Koori Story Exchange project engaged over 35 young Aboriginal people from Cranebrook, near Penrith, in digital storytelling and hip-hop music production workshops over a series of months in 2011.

For more information, visit the Information + Cultural Exchange (ICE) website.

National Literacy & Numeracy Week: Read for Australia

For National Literacy and Numeracy Week, students from primary and secondary schools around Australia have the opportunity to create digital stories to be featured on the NLNW website. Students and teachers together chose from books listed on the Children’s Book Council of Australia’s shortlisted books list or a personal favourite to base their digital story on. Examples of digital stories were created to help students get started.

For more information, visit the National Literacy and Numeracy website.

For more digital stories from Australia and around the world…

…visit our Digital stories page in the Online exchange section of this website.