What Is Storyboarding? And How Can It Help Me Flip My Class?
Storyboarding is a tool that helps movie executives make decisions about scenes before they green-light filming.
So why are we talking about it here?
A storyboard is a shot-by-shot outline of the story youíre going to tell before you actually tell itóit doesnít really matter what the story is.
It can be an action blockbuster or a flipped lesson on the Vietnam War.
As we rely more and more on video and other digital content, we are challenged to develop that content in new and engaging ways.
In other words, if we expect our students to watch a video, it should be a video of reasonable length and decent quality.
Plus, it should convey the course content in a way that helps students understand and retain it.
Storyboarding, then, is a tool for making sure that we shoot the video we need and that the video we shoot actually communicates information well.
And you can learn how to do it in What Is Storyboarding? And How Can It Help Me Flip My Class?
Videos can be a critical element of flipped courses.
Students are often required to watch video content prior to class, where they synthesize the videos with readings and other course materials.
With so many other priorities and tempting distractions competing for your studentsí attention, your videos have to be interesting enough to catch and hold their interest.
Fortunately, you donít have to be Martin Scorsese to pull that off.
In just 20 minutes, What Is Storyboarding? And How Can It Help Me Flip My Class? will present three distinct strategies for storyboarding and how to use each to create a video for a flipped class.
You will finish this program with the ability to:
- Articulate the value of storyboarding to flipped instruction
- Outline the structure of a storyboard by detailing the things to be seen, heard, and done in the video
- Use the storyboard concept to organize content to better focus on learning outcomes
Storyboards are valuable tools that help you make more powerful videos in less time and with fewer resources.
Thatís important because better videos are more engaging and help promote higher levels of learning.
You donít have to be an artist or have any kind of advanced production skills to benefit from a storyboard.
After this program you will be able to use a storyboard to create a more powerful video that supports learning objectives and reinforces the benefits of the flipped classroom.
If you want to make more compelling video content for your flipped classes, What Is Storyboarding? And How Can It Help Me Flip My Class? is for you. Purchase today.