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Workshop 3: creativity of the group

We filmed the creative stage in the storyboard process in Fern’s workshop. This is the stage when ideas and discussion get put down on paper and a story starts to …

Workshop 4: telling the story

This video was filmed at the end of the workshop. Listen to the group members talking through the whole ‘breaking the code’ storyboard. Notice that the group have now started …

Working with groups: norming to performing

To ensure you get the best out of participants in a storyboard workshop, it helps to be aware of group dynamics – how groups form and work together effectively. One …

Getting started with your storyboard

Now create your storyboard. Now you have viewed the Week 3 materials, you can create your own storyboard. Ideally, it would be better to do this in a group, but …

Storyboarding in a health context

Storyboards are a useful process in any subject area and especially so for health when used in a workshop or participatory setting. In health, our E-learning and RLOs are much …

What the team members had to say

Now you’ve listened to Fern talking about her aims for the learning resource in Step 2.6, listen to what other members of the team had to say about their aims …

Deciding on your subject area

Now it’s your turn to think about the learning aim for your resource. In Step 2.10 we are going to ask you to submit your learning aim for peer review …

Week 2 round up

Week 2 saw some good discussion about frameworks for development, and we have been interested to read about frameworks that you find useful, and also to have feedback on ASPIRE.

Introduction to Week 2

What steps will help us manage the development process and how should we begin? In this session we will introduce the development process that we use here at Nottingham. We …