Student Introductions Story Boards
Learning Continuity Alignment:
LC 2: Normalize Digital Learning
Introduce and normalize use of the LMS and key digital learning tools.
Learners are asked to introduce themselves to the class.
It is of utmost importance to have a comprehensive guide for self-introductions in asynchronous online courses. Learners will create their own biographical storyboard post-instructor engagement with self-introduction materials. To accomplish this, students will need to consider three prompts:
- Personal Introduction: Students are tasked with presenting themselves or an alter-ego, highlighting their
- Motivation for Subject: They will articulate their motivations for enrolling in the course, shedding light
on the driving forces behind their study.
- Course Inquiries: In this step, students will formulate their primary questions or concerns related to the course.
Moreover, this exercise provides a guide for the instructor’s self-introduction video, a condensed biographical statement, and a biographical storyboard.
Edmund P. Cueva, Ph.D. | Professor of Classics and Humanities