This section presents a selection of revised experiences from the scientific literature on the application of traditional and digital collaborative storytelling methodologies in preschool and primary school children (4 to 11 years old).
The aim is to provide classroom tools to professionals in the educational field, through a synthesis of the information available about the use of narration, collaborative and inclusive learning.
- Creating digital stories based on picture books at the PH Karlsruhe (Germany).
- Create the animated version of a story using i-Theatre by Coopselios Cooperative Society (Italy).
- Storycrafting using a computer by Agora Center of the University University of Jyvaskyla (Finland).
- Storytelling and cooperation in Kindergarten and Elementary School by Universidad Autonoma de Madrid & Psise Madrid (Spain).
- Teachers’ opinions about Digital Storytelling in preschool education by Mimar Sinan Fine Arts University – MSGSU (Turkey).
- The Lion, the witch and the wardrobe by University of California San Diego, Laboratory of Comparative Human Cognition (USA)
- Polyculture by HOC Lab Politecnico di Milano (Italy).
- Using a narrative and play-based activity to promote low-income preschoolers’ oral language, emergent literacy, and social competence by Lehigh University (USA), University of Michigan (USA), Bilkent University (Turkey), New York University (USA), Instituto Alfa e Beto (Brazil).
- Collaborative chain writing by Universidad de Extremadura (Spain) & Universidade Fernando Pessoa (Portugal)
INCLUDED – Digital Storytelling for Inclusion