Domain 3: Training content design
2 sessions of ±1:00H
Computer desktop or mobile device
Images about the activity you want to implement
In this activity you will create a storyboard about a specific activity you want to implement. The storyboard will support the adult educator to accurately visualize the steps of the activity and to develop improvements. Creating a storyboard will support the educator to easily share ideas about an activity with other educators and/or adult learners.
Creating an online storyboard allows the educator to develop a first sketch of a specific activity, to get an overview about the duties to carry out and to share it with peers if necessary. Having an online storyboard helps the educator to visualize the elements online and change different steps or implement improvements quickly.
- Develop a storyboard
- Manage and modify an activity in order to improve the quality
- Share information with peers and/or trainees
Boords is a on online platform which contains different tools to create storyboards, scripts, and animatics during a pre-production process. You can find it on www.boords.com
Reflect on the information you would like to collect and communicate to peer educators and/or trainees about your activity.
Collect images which represent this information.
Sign-up on Boords to start creating your storyboard. Order the images according to the different steps of the activity that you want to develop. Make sure to implement a clear and tidy work, to be understood by your peers / adult learners in case of sharing.
Once you have finished you can also click on “share” and copy the link, in case you want to share it with peers and/or trainees.
Before starting the activity, make sure that adults have an email account to be able to subscribe to the application.
Encourage trainees to be as precise as possible and to always keep in mind the ultimate results that they need to achieve.
All content uploaded on Boords is completely hidden unless shared by the user. Pay attention to what you share with other peers and the community.