George Lucas Educational Foundation

Seeking Pilot Program Participants! Use StoryCube FREE for 1 year.

Seeking Pilot Program Participants! Use StoryCube FREE for 1 year.

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StoryCube is the new social story writing website for kids. At StoryCube, children ages 7-12 use their imaginations and technology to creat stories using words, pictures or both. As they write their stories, kids interact with their peers, solve problems, share and take turns. They're building 21st Century Skills: communication, collaboration, critical thinking and gaining technology acumen. And they have fun while learning! Based on initial feedback from users, we believe that StoryCube is a great classroom asset. To help us to validate this assumption, we're seeking participants for a Pilot Program to be conducted over the 2011-2012 school year, where participating classrooms would use StoryCube for FREE while working with us. Check out StoryCube at and contact us if you are interested in learning more about the Pilot Program! Thank you!

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Susan's picture
Fifth Grade Teacher from Hawthorne, Florida

I would like more information about joining this pilot program. Thank you, Susan

Rosa's picture
Attempting to start a 4-8 online school

I would love to keep up with what is happening with this program. It sounds like a great way for students to collaborate.

Kelly's picture
1st Grade Teacher

I am interested in this program. How do I find out more information?

Keith Heggart's picture
Keith Heggart
High School Teacher from Sydney, Australia

Sounds like a really interesting way to capitalize on the social aspects of Web 2.0 for learning opportunities. Susan, any chance I can trial the application? Anyone out there using it yet?

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