Monday, October 1, 2012

A Digital Story

Photo Credits:
Crowd pic:
Shanksville pic:
Muslim relations:


  1. Rob, I can guess what your story is about based on the credits, but the video is listed as private and will not let me view it. There is a button on there somewhere where you can list it as public so we can see your video. I look forward to viewing your creation!

  2. Good Job Rob. The words you use to describe the incident are very descriptive but I would have liked to hear more of that in your voice. The explosion in the beginning scared the beejeebers out of me. I wasn't expecting it. I think that's because of the way you talked about how each of us could remember exactly where we were when we heard the news that day. That line definitely pulls a person in. Just when I was recalling that day for me, the blast brought me back to your story. I enjoyed working with you. Thank you for taking the time with me.

  3. What a wonderfully told account of your experience that day. I also remember that day so well. I think this digital story will be a great resource for you to use with your students. A

  4. I loved your story Rob. I had chills watching your day unfold and remembering my own experiences. I believe you are correct when you mention everyone will recall what they were doing that day. I know I was thinking it. Thank you for sharing.

  5. Rob, I really liked how your project turned out. All of us remember the exact moment and our surroundings when we heard the news that day. We are now teaching to a generation that was not in most cases even born when this happened. What a great way to educate them about the events of that day, and help answer questions that they have.