CHANGEd: What if we designed title sequences for our courses and our schools? 60-60-60 #49

I love the art and science of storytelling. I am not the storyteller that I one day will be, but I am committed to practicing. Last night, I wandered onto Jason Kottke’s The art of film and TV title design. His post made me think – What would the title sequence look like for the course that I facilitate…for the school that I lead? How would teachers and administrators design the “film or TV titles” of various school elements? How would we visually tell those stories? Shouldn’t we be thinking about that? Shouldn’t we want title series that invite people in, excite them, and compel them to be part of the story of our learning?

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3 thoughts on “CHANGEd: What if we designed title sequences for our courses and our schools? 60-60-60 #49

  1. Pingback: CHANGEd 60-60-60: STUDENT STORYTELLING « Toward Wide-Awakeness

  2. There is a volleyball player at Stanford who is probably the best defensive player in the country. For him the world moves at a different speed than for the rest of us; he knows where the ball is going to be before it is actually hit. Bo, you remind me of this player; you see the world through a lens that the rest of us just imagine! It is going to be fun to help capture this lightening in various non-rigid, permeable, flexible, evolving, bottle-like containers in the years ahead!

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