Surtori is a free online tool for creating interactive presentations. These presentations display content in either a timeline or traditional slideshow format. Sutori supports multiple content types such as text, images, videos, links, quiz questions, and it can even display embedded content from other sources like Flipgrid, Kahoot!, and ThingLink. Sutori also offers options for sharing and collaboration.
Sutori is a great tool for teachers to want to create collaborative and interactive presentations, whether it's by using templates or by crafting something original. It includes easy-to-use features like an internal search feature for importing high-quality, royalty-free photos. Teachers can use Sutori to share timelines, study guides, or facilitate discussions, and students can use it to create book reports, research projects, practice media literacy skills, build a portfolio, and more.
Navigate to sutori.com.
Select "Log in" to log into an existing account, or sign up using a Google or Office 365 account.
If creating a new account, follow the onscreen prompts. You'll answer a few questions about your age and role.
To get started, select one of the following options:
Stories: Create a story by selecting the box with the blue plus sign.
Students: Begin adding students using a teacher code or through Google Classroom.
Resources: Browse Sutori's collection of teacher guides and examples listed by subject.
Visit the Sutori's Teacher Tutorial for more details about getting comfortable with Sutori.
Sutori: Transform your lessons into collaborative learning experiences. (n.d.). Retrieved February 11, 2022, from https://www.sutori.com/en/
K20 CenterView »
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons CC BY-SA 4.0 License.Report copyright infringement »