Creative student responses to literature are a standard part of many English classes. Working with new technologies opens up many new avenues for creation, collaboration and sharing of students’ work. These resources are designed to help you support you students of creative expression, and finding new ways to share their ideas and creations with others.
Insideadog actively supports creative responses to literature with the Inkys Creative Reading prize. Launching in Book Week each year, entries close in November and give students an opportunity to share their creations and win great prizes.
The Web brings us a huge range of creative tools. These pages provide links to these tools and suggestions for their use in class and beyond.
Resources for creating, editing and storing visual art online.
From the ubiquitous YouTube onward, there are many ways to host, view, and even edit video available online.
The internet offers means of presentation that combine elements of many content forms.
This page looks at some of the amazing creations catalogued on the Web