How do I write a storyboard?

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How do I write a storyboard?

10 tips on how to write a storyboard:

  • Set direction and show progress (if you tell people where they are going ahead of time, you make a difference in recall)
  • Use key words as on-screen text (not full sentences)
  • Make it visual
  • Make it interactive (actively involving learners is key)
  • Ask questions (e.g. multiple choice questions, drag and drop questions, matching questions) – a question serve as a break and encourage learners to think (always provide feedback)
  • Provide context
  • Give concrete examples
  • Develop case studies
  • Summarize
  • Assess

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