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Online project to develop student's communication & relationships with their families, peers & communities.

Write of Passage

Marker Sydney, Australia
Students use Q&A template questions and voice-to-text AI to scaffold collecting life stories from their family or community into printable digital books, to develop future-proofing education skills, empathy and identity. Books can be gifted or sold for fundraising. Students 'interview' their own family (any language) and photos or as a community service activity in the community, eg; aged care.

Write of Passage & The Family Book Project

Carey Furze, Bookform Founder
“This project far exceeded all of our expectations. The students formed amazing friendships with their resident and the joy it generated for everyone involved was wonderful." The King's School teacher, Kathryn Fraser 2018”

Carey Furze, Bookform Founder

World-first technology scaffolds students to engage with their families to collect personal life stories and photos into a printable digital book.

Used by: 

Australia:The King's School, The Scots College, Tangara Girl's School, Reddam House, Canterbury Boy's School.

Singapore: GIIS Global Indian International School.

TV coverage: Write of Passage

Enquires to: office@bookform.com.au

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