Introduction to Twine for Interactive Storytelling
Learn how to use Twine to help your students develop their science communication skills through interactive storytelling. Create branching stories, text adventure games, or “choose your own adventure”, and then publish to an HTML file for easy sharing. A must-have tool for your online teaching and flipped classroom toolbox.
By the end of this webinar you will:
- Utilize strategies to support student's ability to communicate clearly and concisely by creating a basic nonlinear, interactive story using Twine.
- Apply computational thinking skills, understandings and habits of mind.
- Explain how a digital platform can be used for developing science communication skills.
This course is part of a webinar. To obtain your completion badge for this course you will have to complete a self-reflection.
This course is suitable for educators teaching Grade 7 to Grade 12.
This course should take you 30 minutes to complete.
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You will have to complete a self-reflection to receive your digital badge. This badge can be added to your professional portfolio. Completion of this webinar counts towards the requirements for the Learning Pathway: STEM Cross-Curricular Learning.
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