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Storyboarding the Problem

Ever had a really great idea for a project, and found halfway through its implementation that it would take twice as long as you imagined? Avoiding this frustration takes a lot of planning. For her digital camera project, she factored in one week of time for her students to take pictures, select an appropriate one, formulate and solve a problem, and then present their work to the class.


We will be focusing on this final step here. Rather than give her students Ms. Bithell teaching

open-ended class time to create their presentations, she guides her students through each step, starting with the concept of "story-boarding."

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Let's see how Ms. Bithell prepares students to create their problem and storyboard the solution. What directions does she give them?

Let's watch these boys plan their storyboard: