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  • 1. Discovery Streaming Presented by: Dave Cook Heather Fogell
  • 2. Technology Taxonomy
    • Observing
      • Students are passive observers of technology
    • Interacting
      • Students are engaged with the technology
    • Producing
      • Students create product with a single technology
    • Developing
      • Students begin to combine and integrate technologies
    • Applying
      • Students are making sound choices about appropriate technology to use
  • 3. National Educational Technology Standards for Students
    • Creativity and Innovation
    • Communication & Collaboration
    • Research & Information Fluency
    • Critical Thinking, Problem-Solving, & Decision-Making
    • Digital Citizenship
    • Technology Operations and Concepts
  • 4. National Educational Technology Standards for Teachers
    • Student Learning & Creativity
    • Digital Age Learning Experiences & Assessments
    • Digital Age Work & Learning
    • Digital Citizenship & Responsibility
    • Professional Growth & Leadership
  • 5. Session Goals
    • Create/Set up accounts
    • Complete Search of site
    • Play or view selected media
    • Save selected media
    • Exporting media to other applications
    • Devise appropriate practical applications
    • Practice/Processing
  • 6. 1. Creating/Setting Up New Accounts
    • Go to www.unitedstreaming.com
    • (http://streaming.discoveryeducation.com)
    • Existing Users:
      • Enter your username and password in the Existing User Log In section.
    • New Users:
      • Step 1 - Enter your school’s eight-digit passcode in the New User Passcode section (See next slide).
      • Step 2 - Create your own username and password.
      • Step 3 - Log in with your username and password.
  • 7. New User Pass-Codes
  • 8. 2. To complete a search
    • Enter the desired topic in the “Search” window, choose the appropriate “Within” category, select “Go”.
    • Select the desired video by clicking on the title or image.
  • 9. Stream Vs. Download?
    • Streaming - Playing the clip directly from the website.
    • Downloading - Saving the clip to a desired location.
    • 3. To Play or View Selected Media (Stream)
      • Click on the “play” button in the video information window or in the viewer.
  • 10.
    • 4. To Save Selected Media (Download)
    • Click on the “Media Settings” tab below the viewer.
    • Choose “Quick-time”, “Stand Alone Application”, and select “Save”.
    • Right click on the disk icon and select “Save Link As”. Then select the location, assign a name for the file, and choose “Save”.
  • 11. 5. Exporting Media to Other Applications
      • Inspiration - Concept Mapping Software
      • Google Earth - Mapping Program
      • PowerPoint - Presentation Software
      • Movie Maker - Movie Creator Software
      • (Windows XP)
      • iMovie - Movie Creator Software
      • (Mac OS X)
    *(See paper instructions for each)
  • 12. 6. Devise Practical Applications
    • See handout on 50 ways in integrate Discovery Streaming.
    • Develop an activity idea for use with your curriculum.
    • Share ideas with the group.
    7. Practice / Processing
    • Practice searching, viewing, downloading, and embedding media files.
    • Clarify any problems or concerns.