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YLT Webinars: Digital Storytelling with Storyboard That

Duration: 60 minutes | Language: English

Monday, October 13 2014 | 7:00 PM (EST)

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Aaron Sherman & Rebecca Ray on Digital Storytelling with Storyboard That

Aaron Sherman is the founder and creator of Storyboard That. As the creator he loves watching people expand their creativity and problem solving skills as they create Storyboards. Prior to starting Storyboard That Aaron worked in senior roles in both technology and marketing in Boston, Barcelona and Sydney.

Rebecca Ray is a high school English teacher in greater Boston, MA. She has been teaching since 2008 and enjoys teaching in urban schools settings. Her favorite units include teaching Shakespeare and holocaust literature. In 2012 she completed her masters degree, with a capstone project on story-boarding to help students understand symbolism. Her love for story-boarding lead her to become Storyboard That's resident teacher!

Digital Storytelling with Storyboard That
Bring digital storytelling to your classroom with Storyboard That.

We will work through the basics of digital storytelling and how to apply it to an ELA unit. The class will feature common core and student tested activities.

The material will be based upon our teacher guide for Romeo and Juliet - since it is a story so many people are already familiar with.

Aaron Sherman & Rebecca Ray Aaron Sherman & Rebecca Ray

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Aaron Sherman & Rebecca Ray

Aaron Sherman is the founder and creator of Storyboard That. As the creator he loves watching people expand their creativity and problem solving skills as they create Storyboards. Prior to starting Storyboard That Aaron worked in senior roles in both technology and marketing in Boston, Barcelona and Sydney.

Rebecca Ray is a high school English teacher in greater Boston, MA. She has been teaching since 2008 and enjoys teaching in urban schools settings. Her favorite units include teaching Shakespeare and holocaust literature. In 2012 she completed her masters degree, with a capstone project on story-boarding to help students understand symbolism. Her love for story-boarding lead her to become Storyboard That's resident teacher!

Digital Storytelling with Storyboard That
Bring digital storytelling to your classroom with Storyboard That.

We will work through the basics of digital storytelling and how to apply it to an ELA unit. The class will feature common core and student tested activities.

The material will be based upon our teacher guide for Romeo and Juliet - since it is a story so many people are already familiar with.

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