ETUG Tell January: Sound in Education
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Tell January Session
January 29, 2013
John Born, BCIT

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ETUG Tell January: Sound in Education Presentation Transcript

  • 1. SOUND IN EDUCATION@bornaudio #SoundEducation
  • 2. About Me•  Sound enthusiast, Designer, Teacher, Student…•  The Auditory Hierarchy in Instructional Message Design•  STLHE Presentation 09•  HITS: Harnessing Images, Text, And Sound for Education 09,11
  • 3. Learning Activities•  To accomplish a learning objective, you need learning activities. Lets begin with an instructional design process from eLearning by Design by William Horton...
  • 4. Absorb•  Presentations•  Field trips•  Readings
  • 5. Absorb for Sound•  Listening – guided sound walks. Listening to field recordings online•  Presentations – on sound and recording•  Reading – and viewing videos on sound equipment and recording techniques.•  Learn about the Soundscape: Keynote, Sound signals, Sound marks
  • 6. Do•  Practice•  Discoveries•  Games
  • 7. Do for Sound•  Practice – with the sound equipment•  Discover – and experiment with recording out in the field.•  Game – Identify the sound•  Try and capture an animal in the environment without being too disruptive.•  Soundscape challenge
  • 8. Connect•  Research•  Ponder•  Stories told by learners
  • 9. Connect for Sound•  Learners will research what they hear on recordings.•  Learners will answer questions about the entire process.•  Link sounds to projects, i.e, SoundCloud…
  • 10. Connect: Job Aids with Sound
  • 11. Connect: Job Aids with Sound•  Sound only lessons as a diagnostic tool for challenging students on technical repair.
  • 12. Get Ready To Share!
  • 13. The Social Sound Path•  Absorb – SoundCloud: Stream & Explore•  Do – Recording with SoundCloud•  Connect – ASC = Add to SoundCloud, Share & Compare…
  • 14. Advanced Options•  Question:•  What about advanced options editing and creating Soundscapes?•  Answer:•  Audio editors and Multi-tracking options•  Learn and apply film “Sound-layers”
  • 15. Audacity
  • 16. GarageBand
  • 17. The Production Process•  Pre-production•  Production•  Post-production•  Delivery
  • 18. Pre-production•  Identify the objective of your audio message•  Write out your script – Chunking Material•  If it’s multi-tracking – List your Sound Layers!
  • 19. Production•  Recording•  Troubleshooting
  • 20. Post-production•  Editing•  Mixing•  Listen over headphones and speakers
  • 21. Delivery•  Selecting formats for exporting and uploading•  MP3/QT makes listening from the Browser possible•  Using embed codes to have custom players•  Stay with it, build community, have fun!
  • 22. Thank YouStay in touch!john_born@bcit.ca@bornaudio