This is a storyboarding sheet in both PDF and XLSX format. I’ve found it very useful in many different situations. Many teachers at my school, from humanities to science, have adopted it as a way for students to communicate their ideas before jumping into authoring a presentation or video.
Resource submitted by NAMLE Member Ethan Delavan
Ethan Delavan is a consultant at EdTechPartnership.com and a teacher in Seattle. He runs the Middle School Media Festival for the Pacific Northwest region, which is hosted at Seattle Country Day School.
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