I resonate so much with this statement:
“We educators have this need or impulse to take an expert stance in the classroom. It’s comfortable to be the expert. I found that relinquishing some of that stance and giving students ways to be the experts can lead them to lean over each other’s shoulders, teaching each other as they teach themselves, and ultimately teaching me something I didn’t know before about teaching this class.”
And the article in which this quote is embedded explores some wonderful examples of digital storytelling in a higher ed classroom.