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Nice Leap | Storytelling Workshop - Shared screen with speaker view
Aaron Wilson-Ahlstrom
01:13:54
https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1kZOe49tsuITea46lrxTek4GXWSYs5Tx0UYyzFdv3KRs/edit#slide=id.g831d49b7ae_0_2347
Aaron Wilson-Ahlstrom
01:24:42
What was most interesting?
Aaron Wilson-Ahlstrom
01:25:21
Where did you it lag, or get confusing?
Aaron Wilson-Ahlstrom
01:25:27
How would you make it better?
Aaron Wilson-Ahlstrom
01:33:32
https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1kZOe49tsuITea46lrxTek4GXWSYs5Tx0UYyzFdv3KRs/edit#slide=id.g831d49b7ae_0_2347
Kiel Crittenden
01:36:13
went well
Luke Rogers
01:36:24
went good for us!
Colton Anderson
01:36:25
It went good I love hearing everyones projects!
Grant Walz
01:36:34
Went great
Gail NELSON
01:36:37
it was fun to string the story together
Jennifer Sletten
01:36:37
It went really well for us
Austin Berning
01:36:38
Good for us
Cassy Tweed
01:36:40
Story went well, it was difficult to explain quickly
Grace Ann Pointe
01:36:41
The moral of the story is a pondering thought.
Olivia Krepp
01:36:42
I think it was hard to summarize how we first started the story.
Ganapathy Mahalingam
01:36:43
went back on a bridge and brought another across
Jared Schmeling
01:36:44
I couldn't find any issues with my partner's story
Karensa Short
01:36:45
I'm honestly so proud of everyone I've talked to today!
Jennifer Sletten
01:36:45
Fun to hear other’s ideas
Beau Sanford
01:36:46
Went pretty well overall
Ashley Peifer
01:36:49
Everyone had super interesting ideas and it helped to talk through it with others!
Teegan Henke
01:36:50
Good!
Thomas Bruchu
01:36:53
Internet was bad
Madison Herzog
01:36:54
very nice
Paige Krodel
01:36:58
went very well! loved listening to her story
Zoe Bundy
01:37:00
Loved the feedback!
Samuel Bussmann
01:37:00
It went well! it was nice to hear another story.
Will Larson
01:37:02
coming up with the story was hard, but talking with another person and telling them a story that I knew was easy
Gabriel Thomas
01:37:02
A good exercise in distilling an experience down to just a couple of words.
Monica Zent
01:37:09
It is hard to quickly explain the background of a story
Brianna Scherping
01:37:14
Great, other stories were great to hear and learn what others said.
Panashe Matemba-Mutasa
01:37:25
I did my product that I created in 201. My roadblock is that my story feels unfinished since my product was never physically created
Andrea Escher
01:37:36
I loved listening to the individual's idea and see how he felt about that idea as he told the story. I also liked getting to know the person a little before presenting my idea.
Aaron Brouillet
01:37:41
I thought it was cool to see what others were doing and how differently/similar our projects were
Olivia Schuyler
01:37:41
I liked having a conversation about different ideas with feedback
Danell Phelps
01:37:47
I love being able to hear from other people what their ideas are. It really allows you to see passions and goals.
Sarah Colwell
01:38:03
Interesting to hear what my partners had to story tell about
Cole Steffan
01:38:08
Stories went well! I struggled when it came to giving feedback after hearing a story.
Jennifer Melom
01:38:45
It was cool to hear how the other person started to relate to my story
Gail NELSON
01:38:46
the art of getting the story board filled is good practice
ann
01:40:07
I struggle with telling a SUCCINCT story.
Aaron Wilson-Ahlstrom
01:41:25
@ann, yes, definitely! It takes practice. Every time you tell the story, you’ll get a better sense of what’s most important, and what you can drop.
Aaron Wilson-Ahlstrom
01:42:50
@Will, that makes sense. Some ppl sort it out better by writing, others by telling the story out loud. And there’s power in going back and forth between the two.
Aaron Wilson-Ahlstrom
01:44:56
3 elements: Details, Drama, Meaning
Jennifer Melom
01:45:06
There was suspense waiting for the response of her mother
Gabriel Thomas
01:45:08
Suspense- How would the mother respond to her question?
Shane Corbett
01:45:08
Meaningful reflection at the end
Kiel Crittenden
01:45:12
a lot of details
Cooper Opheim
01:45:14
Used details when describing how people got her name wrong
Karensa Short
01:45:17
Power in the meaning reflection
ann
01:45:18
details, meaning, suspense
Jared Schmeling
01:45:18
Drama when she asked her mom to call her zoey
Olivia Krepp
01:45:19
Drama imitating her mom
Grace Ann Pointe
01:45:22
Mystery on her name meaning.
Evan Blackwell
01:45:24
The fine details of how her mother reacted
Suzanne Flickinger
01:45:30
She used the sensory element discussing the mother cookong
Austin Berning
01:45:31
Details and meaning
Andrea Escher
01:45:34
meaning reflection at the end when she said that everything we have was given to us at birth and it is ours
Tanaya Hopkins
01:45:34
Reflection at the end, details
Panashe Matemba-Mutasa
01:45:37
meaning/ reflection
Beau Sanford
01:45:40
She gave a lot of details about her
Gail NELSON
01:45:41
what did Michelangelo think of his name?
Chase Bischof
01:45:45
Details in Mystery on her name meaning
Aaron Brouillet
01:45:55
Using historical figures to teach a lesson
Beau Brannan
01:45:56
I felt like I was in her shoes. Lots of detail.
Suzanne Flickinger
01:46:24
The moral is to fully accept every detail of yourself and your heritage.
Aaron Wilson-Ahlstrom
01:47:38
@beau, yes, I felt like I was right in the room watching her talk to her mom.
Aaron Wilson-Ahlstrom
01:51:21
2 min each. Then discuss how it changed the story.
Aaron Wilson-Ahlstrom
01:55:14
2 min left
Kiel Crittenden
01:58:47
hey you said my name right
Monica Zent
02:00:11
I'll do it
Chase Bischof
02:03:49
Great Work Monica!
Kiel Crittenden
02:04:04
nice flow to the story
Suzanne Flickinger
02:04:10
Monica, you rocked it!
Panashe Matemba-Mutasa
02:04:21
Awesome story
Cassy Tweed
02:04:40
That was a great story! Super compelling!
Gabriel Thomas
02:05:43
The enthusiasm you conveyed through your story is contagious. Great work!
Cole Steffan
02:06:38
I've known Monica since elementary school and it made me happy to hear her story!
Aaron Wilson-Ahlstrom
02:07:02
That’s, awesome, Cole :-)
Grace Ann Pointe
02:09:30
Can you show the last slide with the three things to include?
Aaron Wilson-Ahlstrom
02:09:43
@grace - we’ll share the deck with you later
Aaron Wilson-Ahlstrom
02:09:47
But they are...
Aaron Wilson-Ahlstrom
02:09:54
1. Full screen images
Aaron Wilson-Ahlstrom
02:09:57
2. Minimal text
Aaron Wilson-Ahlstrom
02:10:10
3. Use your own photos
Jennifer Sletten
02:19:08
The pictures of her family enhanced her presentation
Kiel Crittenden
02:19:15
her ability to add some humor within a sensitive topic to create that pull and still maintain emotion was admirable
Cassy Tweed
02:19:21
The background and detail she shared with mental illness within her life
Olivia Krepp
02:19:37
I thought it was more powerful that her presentation didn't work out how she'd hoped. It kind or reflects how life doesn't always go how we plan
Zoe Bundy
02:19:49
She had such a good attitude about not having a final project, but highlighted what she learned instead
Panashe Matemba-Mutasa
02:21:05
Her resilience is inspiring- her ability to deliver such a powerful presentation when she didn’t have all her tools was awesome
Danell Phelps
02:21:35
I like that she shared what Google showed what depression looked like but then showed a picture of her brother and what his depression looked like.
Aaron Wilson-Ahlstrom
02:22:14
@panashe, agreed.
Beau Brannan
02:23:20
How she showed what you think a depressed person would look like vs. what depressed people actually look like; smilling holding the dog. That resonated with me because it is important to create people with respect, not knowing what people have actually going on inside.
Dane Johnson
02:23:43
@beau absolutely! Good insight.
Olivia Schuyler
02:24:36
There are seven slides to be made, correct?
marshal motter
02:26:25
How much do we again?
marshal motter
02:26:28
time
Aaron Wilson-Ahlstrom
02:30:21
I like…
I wish…
I wonder...
ann
02:30:39
I wish there were more than 24 hours in a day! Time is my biggest challenge...
ann
02:31:01
I like the enthusiasm of the LEAPERS!
Monica Zent
02:31:22
@ann That is very relatable!
Cassy Tweed
02:32:31
I like how engaged I was and how entertaining it was, I wish I would have started taking notes earlier, I wonder how I can apply these skills to my life in other ways besides my leap.
Olivia Krepp
02:33:17
I like that I can apply this in other writings I'll need to do for other classes. Like how to connect one thing to another
Jennifer Melom
02:33:43
I like that this reminded me why I was passionate about my leap from the start
Amelia Meyer
02:33:57
Awesome to have you all! Take ENTR 301 with me this spring! :)
Cassy Tweed
02:34:16
Thank you so much!
Panashe Matemba-Mutasa
02:34:22
Thank you!
Andrea Escher
02:34:24
Thank you!!!
Jared Schmeling
02:34:25
Thank you!
Kiel Crittenden
02:34:26
I wish I could have high fived....
Brianna Scherping
02:34:30
Thank you!
Gabriel Thomas
02:34:30
Thank you.
Beau Sanford
02:34:31
Thank you!
Ashley Peifer
02:34:35
Thanks, you guys are awesome!
Grace Ann Pointe
02:34:35
Many Blessings!
Chase Bischof
02:34:36
Thank you
Beau Brannan
02:34:48
Thank you!
Olivia Schuyler
02:34:48
Thank you!
Will Larson
02:34:48
Thank you!
Levi Maguire
02:34:50
Thank you for the presentation and to the participants for the great advice.