In this episode, I share storyboard examples you can use in any subject area to help students organize their thinking and share their learning. You’ll also hear how to access a free set of 15 templates you can use for storyboarding ideas and creating comic strips with students.
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Tips for Using Storyboards
- Share examples of storyboards with students.
- Storyboards can help students plan their own writing.
- Try using storyboards in different subject areas like social studies or science.
- Give students time to share and celebrate their creations.
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This episode is sponsored by EdTech Essentials: The Top 10 Technology Strategies for All Learning Environments, my newest book from ASCD. Readers will find timely, and accessible lesson ideas and strategies. EdTech Essentials shares ways to prepare students to be productive, responsible users of technology both within and outside the classroom. Find EdTech Essentials on Amazon, or head over to ClassTechTips.com to learn more and download the free study guide. A quick note about Amazon: If you search for me, Monica Burns, on Amazon you’ll see some spicy books from an author with the same name as me – so if you head to my website, you’ll find more information about the book and a direct link to find EdTech Essentials on Amazon.
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