Using Pages on iPad for Storytelling


Using Pages on iPad for Storytelling

Last April, I presented at OAME and was able to share how my Elementary School (at the time) partnered with the Indigenous Education Department and underwent a transformative year in developing Culturally Responsive Pedagogy for students in Kindergarten to Grade 8. 

We do not learn from experience. We learn from reflecting on experience.

– John Dewey (1933)


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Posted on February 04, 2024

Pages is an incredible platform for storytelling. You mentioned the importance of documentation. I love that in Pages, it can be more so much than words - it can be drawings, photos, videos, audio -- making it such a rich story to share with others.

Posted on February 21, 2024

Thank you Susan, I'm with you on adding many artifacts to document!

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