How To Film a Learning Story Document • Interview • Edit • Share


Capture images of your students making, creating and doing things that matter. Use a tripod and natural light to get pro audio and video.


Get your students to reflect on their learning experiences by asking open ended questions. Use a tripod, natural light and a good mic to get pro audio and video.


Use iMovie on your computer or iPad to build your story with your students' voices then add the documentation footage, some titles and royalty-free music. Export your finished movie to your computer or iPad.


Upload your finished Learning Story to your YouTube Channel so that you can share it with your audience.

Here's an example from Grade Two:

Created By
Richard Gaudio


Images by Richard Gaudio in Rocky View Schools, Alberta, Canada. Video Exemplar by Amber Mrak and Janelle Phillips.

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