It’s important that you choose a storyboard template that matches the type of media that you will be using. We’ll need to come up with three storyboards during this session:
- A day in the life of a teacher (digital story)
- Weather [Science 2.6] (Podcast/newpaper ad)
- Book Report (PowerPoint)
If you can’t find a template that’s already been created, you’ll need to make one. You can try the one below, or follow one of the links.
Story Board template
Hall Davidson has some templates http://www.halldavidson.net/downloads.html
KOCE-TV has a storyboard template http://www.schoolhousevideo.org/Pages/Storyboards.html
Lee summit storyboard template: http://its.leesummit.k12.mo.us/images/Storyboard.PDF
GA Department of Education Teacher Resource Center – Mulitmedia storyboard templates http://www.glc.k12.ga.us/trc/cluster.asp?mode=browse&intPathID=7801
StoryBoard basics – How to explain storyboard to your students http://k-8visual.info/xStoryB.html
Applets to try with your students when you introduce storyboarding:
Debbie will take us through the tutorial that is in your manual.
Check out http://www.inspiredlearningcommunity.com/
For a basic look at the components of what classroom management with technology should be, we’ll look at Nellie Deutch’s presentation.
Next, we’ll drop by New York’s PBS channel Thirteen for a mini workshop on Best Practices in Managing Students with Computers
The Intel Education Initiative provides a little Q&A for us: http://www.intel.com/education/newtotech/managing.htm
Recognizing that theory is great, but that we do need some practical suggestions, I suggest we take a look at what the folks at Kennesaw State University in Georgia are teaching: http://edtech.kennesaw.edu/intech/classroommanagementstragies.htm as well as what the Instructional Technology Coaches in Christina, Delaware have put together: http://www.christina.k12.de.us/techlearn/staffdevel/one-comp-class2.htm
The Centre for Distance Learning and Innovation in Canada makes some good suggestions on several topics:
You may also want to take a look at a list compiled by some Australian teachers : http://www.schools.net.au/edu/education/resources/managing_classrooms_full.html
Is management going to be easy or difficult? Will the results be worth the additional work up front? Did any of the ideas appeal to you?