Visual Story Telling

 

picture-1Here’s an interesting idea. Gardner Campbell (Baylor University) asked his new media studies students to tell a story in five frames (uploaded to a group on Flickr).  The resulting student projects are really quite clever and intriguing.

What biology story could your students tell in five frames?  Or ten?  What could we learn about what they know (and how they feel about what they know) from their visual stories – and also from the storyboards they create to plan those stories?  Might be a fun project to try…

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2 responses to “Visual Story Telling

  1. Thanks for the shout-out, Robin! I should clarify that only three of these stories come from my student: Information Consolidation, The Forgotten Side Of Town, and A Day In The Life Of A Student.

    The Tell A Story In Five Images group’s been on Flickr for some time, and I thought it would be a good opportunity for our most consistent shutter-bug.

  2. rheyden

    Thanks, Gardner, for the clarification. Those three from your student are all so well done.

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