Revolution Guidebook Digital Stories

Teaching is humbling. One of the best projects submitted by a student this past week used an idea that I initially discouraged. Thankfully I asked August to prove me wrong instead of preventing him from pursuing his alternate approach to the digital story project.

Overall the structure of this project seemed to allow students to individualize and pursue topics of their choosing. Many students went above and beyond. It is awesome to see how much thought and effort went into many of the final products. You can read earlier descriptions of this project here and here.

Here is a sampling of some different projects that stood out:

Jasmin: Are Revolutions Contagious? (Check out her use of scribing…)

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Mali: Are Nonviolent Revolutions Possible?

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August: Revolution Guidebook

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Ameer: The Fun in Revolutions

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You can browse an assortment of many other projects by clicking here.

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