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Gazette presentation by Jessica Waknine, Sumitra Nair, Christa Guilbaud for Principles of Product Media course, Spring 2009

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  • “ The Gazette”
  • “ The Gazette” Log-in
  • “ The Gazette” Level and Game
  • “ Create-A-Caption”
  • “ Create-A-Caption”
    • Mara appears with a hint after an incorrect answer
  • “ Create-A-Caption”
    • Student types an appropriate caption for the story illustration
  • “ Sentence Scramble”
    • Two player game
    • Player two log-on feature
  • “ Sentence Scramble”
    • Shake the iPod Touch
    • to scramble the sentence
  • “ Sentence Scramble”
    • Shake the iPod Touch to
    • remove the “hint” icon
    • Touch the “hint” icon for
    • images revealing a hint
  • “ Connections ”
    • Read external passage
    • Return to iPod
    • Two components :
    • Jumbled elements from passage
    • Graphic Organizer
  • “ Connections ”
    • Drag and drop
  • “ Connections ”
    • On completion
    • Feedback
  • Theory Behind the Design
    • Gangé’s Learning Outcomes
    • Social Cognitive Theory
    • Motivation and Keller’s ARCS
    • Short Term and Long Term Memory
  • Technology
    • “ Digital Natives” (Prensky, 2000 ), little
    • currency in classroom (Shuler, 2009)
    • Control / scaffolding (Shuler 2007)
    • Limited screen intuitive format
    • Limited text entry mix media, scroll, toolbar, drag drop, accelerometer
    • Keep minimal steps
    • Practical classroom constraints