Below is a video explaining about how to use Storyboard That:
- This is definitely another novel way to deliver input and to do a reading due to the comic-book nature of the pictures and of the layout.
- I downloaded my storyboard as a powerpoint and created a screencast so that students would receive double input from hearing me narrate the story in Latin and from reading the Latin at the same time.
- There is definitely a learning curve in discovering how to use Storyboard That, because there are so many illustrations and options which you can use to create content.
- I can definitely see having students use this tool to create their own content, but like most technology, they need to learn how to use it properly, i.e. this is an easy tool for students to get caught up in the "bells and whistles" without creating anything with real substance or new meaning.
- Using this tool, I would like to create a library of "graphic readers" for students to read maybe during a FVR time.
- One can only create 2 storyboards a week.
- Storyboards can only be 3 or 6 cells in length.
- There is limited access to various storyboard layouts.
- If you wish for students to create a storyboard on their own, they must register for a free individual account on their own OR you can pay per students to create a pay account. However, this may be a student privacy data issue for your school.