What Teachers Say
The academic and personal growth I saw fostered in my students as I implemented StoryMaking was astounding. The way StoryMaking provided scaffolded support to early learners provided an comfortable way for them to practice their language skills both native and non native English speakers. Because of the vast growth I saw in my current students due to implementation of StoryMaking, it would be a disservice to not continue to use the StoryMaking curriculum as an essential part of my future students learning.
I LOVE IT!! Having implemented this in my classroom last year, I was amazed at the growth I saw in my students. Even the quietest, most reserved students (including my ELL students) were excited about sharing their stories. They took risks that continuously surprised me and their stories were AMAZING!
What excites you about StoryMaking? “It’s open ended, there is no right or wrong and they can build on their stories from week to week. It will help the students organize their thoughts and make it an easier transition when writing their stories on paper. Learning to communicate their ideas will help them gain self-confidence in future learning environments.”