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What Do You Think?


The students were guided through three general STORYMAKING phases - AKA Seven Steps. (PRE-Production / Production / POST-Production) Any ideas for making these phases clearer, more productive or more efficient? How was the pacing of these storymaking phases? Go slower, deeper, faster (good grief - are you kidding), or more efficiently? Did they feel useful, manageable, natural as a set of strategies to coaching GREAT products or NOT? Did the kids GET that their image/shot lists were not optional? Did the storyboard guide group work or not? Was this new? Any surprises? Any Ahas?

Overall What worked? What could work even better? What advice for learning forward?


• Pre-Production (Steps 1-3) Comments:

• Production (Steps 4-5) Comments:

• Post-Production (Steps 6-7) Comments:

OVERALL GENERAL COMMENTS ABOUT STORYMAKING PHASES AND STEPS: