Boston, MA, July 23, 2016 --(PR.com
)-- With the news of Bitstrips for School discontinuing their services, Storyboard That (http://www.storyboardthat.com) invites teachers to try their storyboarding software. Much like Bitstrips, Storyboard That allows teachers and students to illustrate books, poems, creative writing and so much more in storyboard or comic strip form. Teachers use Storyboard That for ELA, History, Foreign Languages, Special Education, Film studies, and STEM.
Storyboard That offers teachers a two week free trial, with all the capabilities of a paid account. Teachers can use the lesson plans and assignments (https://www.storyboardthat.com/articles/education/teacher-resources) created by local teachers to help plan units and assignments for their school year. The storyboarding software also allows teachers to create templates, assignments, and set up multiple classes for ease of use.
Aaron Sherman, CEO of Storyboard That, says “If an educator enjoyed using Bitstrips in their classroom, they will love Storyboard That. Easy drag and drop features allow for students to gain more visual learning and understanding of a range of difficult topics for K-12 and college level students.”
The storyboard software (https://www.storyboardthat.com/storyboard-creator) uses an intuitive drag and drop feature, that allows users to customize many of their chosen scenes and characters. They will find everything from modern to medieval to familiar historical figures and landscapes. With over 500 scenes, 450 characters, and 300 lesson plans, teachers and students will make some amazing storyboards. Storyboard That prides themselves on creating and publishing new content weekly giving teachers so much to use in their classroom.
Storyboard That offers both single teacher, school and district pricing. To find out more about Storyboard That’s educational pricing, email email@example.com. The team will be happy to help you get started or answer any questions you might have.
About Storyboard That: Storyboard That (http://www.storyboardthat.com) empowers users to create storyboards and powerful visual assets with its award-winning, browser-based Storyboard Creator. We offer a customizable art library that features drag and drop characters, scenes, and props, and multiple layouts. We have also created over 250 Common Core-aligned teacher guides for use in ELA, History, Foreign Language, and STEM.