Sutori is a great tool to help students document their work throughout a project, to create a final presentation, or to create a timeline of events. Sutori will help students tell their story and process in a visually appealing format.
I have written about Sutori before:
- Documenting Growth & Reflecting on Connections in #APCalculus Using Sutori, Flipgrid, and Socratic
- Using Sutori + Flipgrid to Document & Reflect on Class Experience (Including a Sample Template)
- Using Sutori for Students to Track Study Progress & Reflections
In this post, I wanted to share some ideas for using Sutori in a variety of subjects. The Sutori team actually provides a series of Walkthroughs featuring topics such as: How to Use Sutori – Business & Personal, How to Write a Narrative, PD: Sutori for the Digital Classroom. I took their How to Use Sutori and modified it a bit to include more subjects and to feature some additional projects I’ve found and loved: