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Especially for kindergarten teachers to incorporate ICT in teaching and learing with the kindergarten kids.

Especially for kindergarten teachers to incorporate ICT in teaching and learing with the kindergarten kids.

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    • Title
    • 1. Registering
      • Go to storybird.com
      • Click on “Sign up” in the top right corner to register for an account.
      • Follow the instructions in the Sign up sidebar. In particular, choose a username carefully. You can’t change it.
      • Once you click “Create your account,” you’ll be sent an email to confirm your registration.
      • Activate your account
    • 1. Registering
      • Choose the type of account
    • 1. Registering
      • Follow the instructions in the Sign up sidebar. In particular, choose a username carefully. You can’t change it.
      • Once you click “Create your account,” you’ll be sent an email to confirm your registration.
      • Activate your account
    • 1. Registering
      • Once you click “Create your account,” you’ll be sent an email to confirm your registration.
      • Ac tivate your account.
    • 1. Registering
      • The interface upon successful verification
    • 2. Logging in
      • Click on “Sign in” to login
    • 2. Logging in
      • If you forgot your username or password, use the links in the sidebar
    • 2. Logging in
      • Edit your details
    • 2. Logging in
      • General Setting
      • update your avatar, password, and email (usernames can’t be changed).
      • delete your account at any time (careful—it’s permanent).
    • 2. Logging in
      • Privacy Setting:
      • change your privacy settings
      • Default- private (Storybirds will not show up in library)
      • Public- all Storybirds are made public
    • 2. Logging in
      • E-mail Notification Setting:
      • control how often Storybird.com tells you about comments on your Storybirds or when a collaborator switches turns with you.
    • 2. Logging in
      • Spellcheck setting:
      • On: highlights misspelled words in Storymaker, provides dictionary alternatives
      • Choose the language for the dictionary
    • 3. Finding Storybirds
      • Click on the “Read” link in the main navigation to reach the public library
    • 4. Reading, commenting on and hearting Storybirds
      • 1. Read a Storybird : click anywhere on the cover.
      • 2. Comment : scroll below the cover and use the comment box.
      • 3. Heart a Storybird : click the heart icon.
      • 4. Add to your reading list : click the link.
      • 5. Share the link : click the social networking icon(s).
      • 6. Link to the author : click the name(s) beside the author tag.
      • 7. Link to the illustrator : click on the name(s) beside the illustrator tag.
      1 2 3 4 5 6 7
    • 5. Creating Storybirds
      • Click on the “Create” link in the main navigation to start creating your own Storybird.
    • 5. Creating Storybirds
      • Artist
      • Browse stories from different artists.
      • Click on any story to start a story with their pictures.
      • Click “see more art” to view more stories.
    • 5. Creating Storybirds
      • Theme
      • Browse stories of different themes.
      • Click on any theme to view stories related to the theme
      • Click “see more art” to view more themes
    • 5. Creating Storybirds
      • 1. Pictures : drag art thumbnails onto the page.
      • 2. Words : mouse over the white page and start writing.
      • 3. Pages : add or delete pages using these controls.
      • 4. Menu : invite a collaborator, publish, or save and close.
      • 5. Clear thumbnails : removes all thumbnails but leaves pages.
      • 6. Start over : removes all pages and thumbnails.
    • 5. Creating Storybirds
      • Making a cover
      • Write a title in this area.
      • Insert the author’s name (your name).
      • Use this image, or replace it with another art thumbnail as the cover picture.
      • Choose a colour for the cover.
      1 2 3 4
    • 5. Creating Storybirds
      • Creating a page
      • Drag a art thumbnail into the page (it can be on the left, right, top or bottom).
      • Type your words into the box provided.
      1 2
    • 5. Creating Storybirds
      • Adding a new page
      • Click “Add a Page” to create a new page in your Storybird
    • 5. Creating Storybirds
      • Removing a page
      • Click “Remove a Page” to delete a previously-created page in your Storybird.
    • 5. Creating Storybirds
      • You can invite a collaborator in two places.
      • From the menu inside Storymaker
      • From the dashboard
      i ii
    • 6. Inviting a Collaborator
      • Fill in the invitation form.
      • Your collaborator will get an email that looks like this
      • When your collaborator clicks on the link they’ll be taken to an invite landing page where they can jump in and start playing
      • Taking turns
      • You can jump in and make changes to a Storybird anytime you want.
      • Storybird.com assigns turns and notify you on your dashboard and by email when your partner has taken their turn or is switching turns with you.
      6. Inviting a Collaborator
    • 7. Publishing Storybirds
      • When you (or your partner, if you’re collaborating) want to finish and publish your Storybird:
      • choose “Publish” from the Storymaker menu.
    • 7. Publishing Storybirds
      • ii. click the “Details” link beside the cover on your dashboard
      • - clicking “Details” will take you to the “About this Storybird” panel where you can include details about your story, set your privacy option, and publish it.
    •  
    • 1. Starting a Class
      • Go to storybird.com/classes/create/
      • Fill in the details of your class
      • Click “Create your Class”
    • 2. Adding students
      • Click “Start adding students” to add your students into your class
    • 2. Adding students
      • Last name: key in your student’s last name
      • First name: key in your student’s first name
      • Username:
      • Choose a username for your student
      • Add: After filling
      • in the details, click “Add” to add the student into your class.
      • Repeat the same steps to add more students.
      1 2 3 4
    • 2. Adding students
      • Student log in
      • After you add students to your class, you'll give them their USERNAME (not student name) and the INITIAL ACTIVATION PASSWORD.
      • They'll use that to login. When they do, they'll create a NEW password (for safety reasons).
    • 3. Giving an assignment
      • Click “Assignments” on the dashboard
      • Then, click “Create an assignment” to assign tasks for your students.
    • 3. Giving an assignment
      • Choose a title for the assignment
      • Describe the assignment
      • Use a Storybird or photo to inspire your students
      • Choose ON if you want students to be able to use spellcheck while writing their Storybirds.
      • This is the due date for the assignment. Due dates appear in the student’s dashboard as a gentle reminder to complete the theme/assignment.
      • Click “Save assignment”
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    • 4. Viewing students’ stories
      • Click “Library” on the dashboard to view all your students’ stories (assignments and own stories)
    • 4. Viewing students’ stories
      • You can view your students’ stories if they have published any.
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    • E-mail
    • Invitation e-mail