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Help your viewer to become involved in your picture. Get them thinking and they will look hard at your picture – so, tell a story with your picture. To get viewers thinking draw out the threads of a story with a time line. You should aim to help them see how the situation came about and what might happen next.
For students who dread writing class, a blank page can look a lot like a ten-foot monolith; an imposing, empty slate towering over their homework list. Visual storytelling is one way to break students out of writer’s block, and storyboarding apps are a pre-packaged strategy you can use to bring images to the narrative. Whether your students are afraid of writing or you’re simply looking for a way to break up a brainstorming session, these 10 storyboarding apps for iOS and Android devices can help inspire–and organize–students of any age.
The best part might be the flexibility of these apps. While they can be used for strict storyboarding in the creation of fiction, they can also be used for other tasks, including documenting project-based learning, sharing assignments, or capturing research notes."
Via John Evans
Educational Technology and Mobile Learning is providing you with some awesome apps that you, as a teacher and educator, can use to film your project and share it with the world. Check out the list below and let us know if you have other suggestions.
Ariana Amorim's insight:
1- Storyboards Premium
2- Time Lapse Camera
3- Tiltshift Video
5- Movie Looks HD
6- Old Video Pro
Small Demons is an interesting tool which allows you to search through the cultural references ithin a book. These can be people, places, music etc. It can work in many ways. You can explore a book for the culturl references or start by exploring a place or person and see which books they appear in. Interesting concept.
Via Nik Peachey
Robin Good: Storyist is a Mac app designed to produce submission-ready manuscripts and screenplays that is now available also as an iPad app.
"Storyist provides a rich text editor with support for comments, images, headers, footers, and style sheets so you can create properly formatted manuscripts and screenplays. And Storyist comes with manuscript and screenplay templates so you can focus on the writing, not the formatting."
-> Automatic manuscript and screenplay formatting.
-> Text Inspector for quick editing of formatting, style, and page settings.
-> Wireless printing with AirPrint.
-> Index card view with support for color-coding.
-> Customizable plot, character, and setting sheets.
-> Works great with the Apple iPad Keyboard Dock and Bluetooth wireless keyboards.
-> One-tap Dropbox sync.
-> Files compatible with Storyist for Mac.
-> Easy import and export of Storyist, RTF, Plain Text, and Final Draft v8 files via iTunes, Dropbox, and the Open In menu.
Download software and guides: http://www.storyist.com/downloads/ ;
More info: http://storyist.com/ipad/ ;
Via Robin Good