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  • 1. Video StoryboardName of video: Description of this scene:Using Web 2.0 Tools & Smart Boards IntroductionIn A Math Class Screen 1 of 38Background: Narration:“Blackboard” theme “How to use web 2.0 toolsColor/Type/Size of Font: How To Use Web 2.0 Tools & and smart boards in a classroom but more Smart Boards In A MathPale Yellow/House Sitter’s specific examples of howClub/72 to use them in a math classroom.”White/Chalkboard/36 ClassroomActual text:How to use web 2.0 tools &smart boards in a math Michelle New Audio:classroom EDET 603 NONE Fall 2011Michelle newEdet 603Fall 2011Final Multimedia Project Final Multimedia ProjectTransition to next clip: PerspectiveAnimation:Audience Interaction: Thoughts on how to use these tools in the classroom in general or in a math classroom specificallyInspiration for this document: Maricopa Community College. http://www.mcli.dist.maricopa.edu/authoring/studio/index.html
  • 2. Video StoryboardName of video: Description of this scene:Using Web 2.0 Tools & Smart Boards Screenshots of Web 2.0 & SmartboardsIn A Math Class Screen 2 of 38Background: Narration:“Blackboard” theme Web 2.0 Tools Smart Board NONEColor/Type/Size of Font:Pale Yellow/House Sitter’sClub/72White/Chalkboard/36Actual text: [screenshots] Audio:None Music TrackTransition to next clip: DoorwayAnimation:Audience Interaction: Looking over screen shots to see if they have ever used the tools and what ones spark their interest.Inspiration for this document: Maricopa Community College. http://www.mcli.dist.maricopa.edu/authoring/studio/index.html
  • 3. Video StoryboardName of video: Description of this scene:Using Web 2.0 Tools & Smart Boards Why should we use technology in the classroom?In A Math Class Screen 3 of 38Background: Narration:“Blackboard” theme “Many people ask whyColor/Type/Size of Font:Pale Yellow/House Sitter’s Why Use Technology? technology is considered to be so important in theClub/72 classroom. An explanation that I found perfectlyWhite/Chalkboard/36 describes the benefit of “Just as every student grows and develops at different having technology in theActual text: rates, they learn in different ways and at different speeds. classroom. Technology makes it possible to pace lessons appropriately Read quote from slide“Just as every student growsand develops at different for each student’s learning level and can be used torates, they learn in different promote learning in the multiple intelligences.”ways and at differentspeeds. Technology makes it Audio:possible to pace lessonsappropriately for each NONEstudent’s learning level andcan be used to promotelearning in the multipleintelligences.”Transition to next clip: PushAnimation:Audience Interaction: Listening to the quote being read and interpreting itInspiration for this document: Maricopa Community College. http://www.mcli.dist.maricopa.edu/authoring/studio/index.html
  • 4. Video StoryboardName of video: Description of this scene:Using Web 2.0 Tools & Smart Boards Technology in the classroomIn A Math Class Screen 4 of 38Background: Narration:“Blackboard” themeColor/Type/Size of Font: Technology gets students involved in their learning andPale Yellow/House Sitter’s NONEClub/72 gets them motivated to continue to learn.White/Chalkboard/36 MOVIE CLIP INSERTEDActual text: (starts automatically) Audio:Technology gets studentsinvolved in their learning Music Trackand gets them motivated tocontinue to learn.Transition to next clip: CubeAnimation:Audience Interaction: watching movie clipInspiration for this document: Maricopa Community College. http://www.mcli.dist.maricopa.edu/authoring/studio/index.html
  • 5. Video StoryboardName of video: Description of this scene:Using Web 2.0 Tools & Smart Boards More reasons why technology should be used in theIn A Math Class classroom Screen 5 of 38Background: Narration:“Blackboard” themeColor/Type/Size of Font: NONEPale Yellow/House Sitter’sClub/72White/Chalkboard/36 “By differentiating instruction, we mean the planning and delivery of classroom instruction that considers the varied levels of readiness, learning Audio:Actual text:“By differentiating instruction, needs, and interests of each student. Teachers can do this most effectively Music Trackwe mean the planning and by using a range of technology tools to engage learners at varying levels ofdelivery of classroom readiness in multiple ways and by offering students options forinstruction that considers thevaried levels of readiness, demonstrating their understanding and mastery of the material.“learning needs, and interests ofeach student. Teachers can dothis most effectively by using arange of technology tools toengage learners at varyinglevels of readiness in multipleways and by offering studentsoptions for demonstrating theirunderstanding and mastery ofthe material.“Transition to next clip: RevolveAnimation:Audience Interaction: Listen to quote and interpret its meaningInspiration for this document: Maricopa Community College. http://www.mcli.dist.maricopa.edu/authoring/studio/index.html
  • 6. Video StoryboardName of video: Description of this scene:Using Web 2.0 Tools & Smart Boards How can technology be used in a math class?In A Math Class Screen 6 of 38Background: Narration:“Blackboard” theme Technology In A Math Classroom????Color/Type/Size of Font: NONEPale Yellow/House Sitter’sClub/72 • Attitudes about math have tended to be more negative than those of other subjectsWhite/Chalkboard/36Actual text: •Students in this generation have used technology all• Attitudes about math have of their lives. Integrating it into their education willtended to be more negativethan those of other subjects give them a sense of familiarity and ease. Audio:•Students in this generationhave used technology all of •Students would go from hating and dreading math Music Tracktheir lives. Integrating it intotheir education will give class to actually enjoying it and looking forward tothem a sense of familiarity class everyday and finally and actually understandingand ease. it!•Students would go fromhating and dreading math [pictures]class to actually enjoying itand looking forward to classeveryday and finally andactually understanding it!Transition to next clip: SwingAnimation:Audience Interaction: reading the bullets on the slide and forming their own opinion on the matterInspiration for this document: Maricopa Community College. http://www.mcli.dist.maricopa.edu/authoring/studio/index.html
  • 7. Video StoryboardName of video: Description of this scene:Using Web 2.0 Tools & Smart Boards Web 2.0 ToolsIn A Math Class Screen 7 of 38Background: Web 2.0 Tools: The New Age of Technology Narration:“Blackboard” theme Here is a technical definition of Web 2.0Color/Type/Size of Font: according to Wikipedia butPale Yellow/House Sitter’s “The term Web 2.0 is associated with web A great quick explinationClub/72 on Web 2.0 tools came applications that facilitate participatory from a Time MagazineWhite/Chalkboard/36 information sharing, interoperability, user- article which states: centered design,[1] and collaboration on theActual text: World Wide Web. A Web 2.0 site allows users to “If web 1.0 was organized around pages, web 2.0 is“The term Web 2.0 is associated interact and collaborate with each other in a organized around people.”with web applications that facilitate social media dialogue as creators (prosumers) ofparticipatory information sharing,interoperability, user-centered user-generated content in a virtual community, indesign,[1] and collaboration on the contrast to websites where users (consumers) Audio:World Wide Web. A Web 2.0 siteallows users to interact and are limited to the passive viewing of content that NONEcollaborate with each other in a was created for them.”social media dialogue as creators(prosumers) of user-generatedcontent in a virtual community, incontrast to websites where users(consumers) are limited to thepassive viewing of content that wascreated for them.”Transition to next clip: ShimmerAnimation:Audience Interaction: reading the definition and listening to the narration and forming their own idea of what web 2.0 isInspiration for this document: Maricopa Community College. http://www.mcli.dist.maricopa.edu/authoring/studio/index.html
  • 8. Video StoryboardName of video: Description of this scene:Using Web 2.0 Tools & Smart Boards Utilizing the search barIn A Math Class Screen 8 of 38Background: Narration:“Blackboard” theme Meet my best friend: The Search Bar Here are some examplesColor/Type/Size of Font: of different searches thatPale Yellow/House Sitter’s could be done whenClub/72 searching for Web 2.0 •Don’t be afraid to search for what you want! tools. I will show one ofWhite/Chalkboard/36 the examples.Actual text: •Be as specific or as general as you want: all depends on what you are looking for! •Don’t be afraid to search for what you want! [links to example searches] Audio: •Be as specific or as NONE general as you want: all depends on what you are looking for!Transition to next clip: FlipAnimation:Audience Interaction: reading text and listeningInspiration for this document: Maricopa Community College. http://www.mcli.dist.maricopa.edu/authoring/studio/index.html
  • 9. Video StoryboardName of video: Description of this scene:Using Web 2.0 Tools & Smart Boards Search exampleIn A Math Class Screen 9 of 38Background: Narration:None (webpage) This is an example of a very general search forColor/Type/Size of Font: web 2.0 tools. I simplyNone typed in web 2.0 tools in the google search bar andActual text: several websites came up.None [Screen shot of google search] Audio: NoneTransition to next clip: TwistAnimation:Audience Interaction: looking at the different searchesInspiration for this document: Maricopa Community College. http://www.mcli.dist.maricopa.edu/authoring/studio/index.html
  • 10. Video StoryboardName of video: Description of this scene:Using Web 2.0 Tools & Smart BoardsIn A Math Class My recommendations for web 2.0 tools I’ve used or have come across Screen 10 of 38Background: Narration:“Blackboard” themeColor/Type/Size of Font: Here are just a few of thePale Yellow/House Sitter’s tools that I have eitherClub/72 General Tools Math Tools used before or seen. The 1st general tool for theWhite/Chalkboard/36 Dropbox Glogster classroom we will look at is Dropittome Pixton Dropbox.Actual text: Ikeepbookmarks Linoit Quizinator Web Poster WizardGeneral Tools WikispacesDropboxDropittomeIkeepbookmarksQuizinatorMath Tools Audio:GlogsterPixton NONELinoitWeb Poster WizardWikispacesTransition to next clip: IrisAnimation:Audience Interaction: reading the different toolsInspiration for this document: Maricopa Community College. http://www.mcli.dist.maricopa.edu/authoring/studio/index.html
  • 11. Video StoryboardName of video: Description of this scene:Using Web 2.0 Tools & Smart BoardsIn A Math Class Dropbox Screen 11 of 38Background: Narration:NONE (webpage)Color/Type/Size of Font: Dropbox is a site whereNONE you can store your documents, pictures, and [Dropbox webpage]Actual text: many other things and access them anywhereNONE that has internet access. This is great for storing important documents for lessons or even storing student’s work/projects. Audio: NONETransition to next clip: SparkleAnimation:Audience Interaction: looking at the webpageInspiration for this document: Maricopa Community College. http://www.mcli.dist.maricopa.edu/authoring/studio/index.html
  • 12. Video StoryboardName of video: Description of this scene:Using Web 2.0 Tools & Smart BoardsIn A Math Class My recommendations for web 2.0 tools I’ve used or have come across Screen 12 of 38Background: Narration:“Blackboard” themeColor/Type/Size of Font: Next is an add on toPale Yellow/House Sitter’s Dropbox called DropittomeClub/72 General Tools Math Tools and it allows you to create a specific link directly toWhite/Chalkboard/36 Dropbox Glogster your own personal dropbox Dropittome Pixton folder so that someoneActual text: Ikeepbookmarks Linoit else can add items without Quizinator Web Poster Wizard them having to have theirGeneral Tools Wikispaces own dropbox account. AllDropbox that is needed is access toDropittome the internet.IkeepbookmarksQuizinatorMath ToolsGlogsterPixtonLinoitWeb Poster Wizard Audio:Wikispaces NONETransition to next clip: MosaicAnimation:Audience Interaction: listen to narrationInspiration for this document: Maricopa Community College. http://www.mcli.dist.maricopa.edu/authoring/studio/index.html
  • 13. Video StoryboardName of video: Description of this scene:Using Web 2.0 Tools & Smart BoardsIn A Math Class Dropittome Screen 13 of 38Background: Narration:“blackboard” themeColor/Type/Size of Font: Step 1 is to create anNONE account. Step 2 is to give whomever the URL and [DropittomeActual text: password. Step 3 is where they can actually upload.Step 1Step 2Step 3 screenshots] Audio: NONETransition to next clip: Revolving DoorAnimation:Audience Interaction: Look at screenshot & listen to narrationInspiration for this document: Maricopa Community College. http://www.mcli.dist.maricopa.edu/authoring/studio/index.html
  • 14. Video StoryboardName of video: Description of this scene:Using Web 2.0 Tools & Smart BoardsIn A Math Class My recommendations for web 2.0 tools I’ve used or have come across Screen 14 of 38Background: Narration:“Blackboard” themeColor/Type/Size of Font: The next tool that I willPale Yellow/House Sitter’s discuss is IkeepbookmarksClub/72 General Tools Math Tools This was introduced to me during my undergraduateWhite/Chalkboard/36 Dropbox Glogster studies in my technology Dropittome Pixton class.Actual text: Ikeepbookmarks Linoit Quizinator Web Poster WizardGeneral Tools WikispacesDropboxDropittomeIkeepbookmarksQuizinatorMath Tools Audio:Glogster NONEPixtonLinoitWeb Poster WizardWikispacesTransition to next clip: ScaleAnimation:Audience Interaction: Listen to the narrationInspiration for this document: Maricopa Community College. http://www.mcli.dist.maricopa.edu/authoring/studio/index.html
  • 15. Video StoryboardName of video: Description of this scene:Using Web 2.0 Tools & Smart Boards IkeepbookmarksIn A Math Class Screen 15 of 38Background: Narration:NONE (webpage) This is a site where youColor/Type/Size of Font: can organize websites intoNONE different categories. This is my own personal [Ikeepbookmarks screenshot]Actual text: ikeepbookmarks page.NONE Audio: NONETransition to next clip: RevealAnimation:Audience Interaction: view screenshotInspiration for this document: Maricopa Community College. http://www.mcli.dist.maricopa.edu/authoring/studio/index.html
  • 16. Video StoryboardName of video: Description of this scene:Using Web 2.0 Tools & Smart BoardsIn A Math Class My recommendations for web 2.0 tools I’ve used or have come across Screen 16 of 38Background: Narration:“Blackboard” themeColor/Type/Size of Font: The next tool is Quizinator.Pale Yellow/House Sitter’sClub/72 General Tools Math ToolsWhite/Chalkboard/36 Dropbox Glogster Dropittome PixtonActual text: Ikeepbookmarks Linoit Quizinator Web Poster WizardGeneral Tools WikispacesDropbox Audio:DropittomeIkeepbookmarks NONEQuizinatorMath ToolsGlogsterPixtonLinoitWeb Poster WizardWikispacesTransition to next clip: AnagramAnimation:Audience Interaction: listening to narrationInspiration for this document: Maricopa Community College. http://www.mcli.dist.maricopa.edu/authoring/studio/index.html
  • 17. Video StoryboardName of video: Description of this scene:Using Web 2.0 Tools & Smart Boards QuizinatorIn A Math Class Screen 17 of 38Background: Narration:“Blackboard” theme This tool is a site whereColor/Type/Size of Font: teachers can create, storeNONE and print worksheets, study sheets, exams, andActual text: quizzes.NONE [Quizinator screenshot] Audio: NONETransition to next clip: FlopAnimation:Audience Interaction: look at screenshotInspiration for this document: Maricopa Community College. http://www.mcli.dist.maricopa.edu/authoring/studio/index.html
  • 18. Video StoryboardName of video: Description of this scene:Using Web 2.0 Tools & Smart BoardsIn A Math Class My recommendations for web 2.0 tools I’ve used or have come across Screen 18 of 38Background: Narration:“Blackboard” themeColor/Type/Size of Font: Next are the tools thatPale Yellow/House Sitter’s would be great to use in aClub/72 General Tools Math Tools math classroom. The first tool is Glogster.White/Chalkboard/36 Dropbox Glogster Dropittome PixtonActual text: Ikeepbookmarks Linoit Quizinator Web Poster WizardGeneral Tools WikispacesDropboxDropittomeIkeepbookmarksQuizinator Audio:Math Tools NONEGlogsterPixtonLinoitWeb Poster WizardWikispacesTransition to next clip: SwapAnimation:Audience Interaction: listen to narrationInspiration for this document: Maricopa Community College. http://www.mcli.dist.maricopa.edu/authoring/studio/index.html
  • 19. Video StoryboardName of video: Description of this scene:Using Web 2.0 Tools & Smart Boards GlogsterIn A Math Class Screen 19 of 38Background: Narration: Glogster is a place“blackboard” theme students can use to create posters online. This is aColor/Type/Size of Font: great alternative to typicalNONE math projects. These posters could be printedActual text: and displayed in the hall or in the classroom. This alsoNONE allows to students to really [Glogster screenshot] use their creativity. Audio: NONETransition to next clip: ReflectionAnimation:Audience Interaction: looking at screen shot and listening to narrationInspiration for this document: Maricopa Community College. http://www.mcli.dist.maricopa.edu/authoring/studio/index.html
  • 20. Video StoryboardName of video: Description of this scene:Using Web 2.0 Tools & Smart BoardsIn A Math Class My recommendations for web 2.0 tools I’ve used or have come across Screen 20 of 38Background: Narration:“Blackboard” theme Next up is a tool calledColor/Type/Size of Font: Pixton.Pale Yellow/House Sitter’sClub/72 General Tools Math ToolsWhite/Chalkboard/36 Dropbox Glogster Dropittome PixtonActual text: Ikeepbookmarks Linoit Quizinator Web Poster WizardGeneral Tools WikispacesDropboxDropittome Audio:IkeepbookmarksQuizinator NONEMath ToolsGlogsterPixtonLinoitWeb Poster WizardWikispacesTransition to next clip: WipeAnimation:Audience Interaction: listening to narrationInspiration for this document: Maricopa Community College. http://www.mcli.dist.maricopa.edu/authoring/studio/index.html
  • 21. Video StoryboardName of video: Description of this scene:Using Web 2.0 Tools & Smart Boards PixtonIn A Math Class Screen 21 of 38Background: Narration:“blackboard” theme Pixton is a tool that is usedColor/Type/Size of Font: to create comic strips. ThisNONE would also be a great project idea for a mathActual text: class where students canNONE really tune into their creativity. Math is usually not associated with comics [Pixton screenshot] so this is one way to incorporate art and design as well as writing into a math classroom. Audio: NONETransition to next clip: DissolveAnimation:Audience Interaction: looking at screenshotInspiration for this document: Maricopa Community College. http://www.mcli.dist.maricopa.edu/authoring/studio/index.html
  • 22. Video StoryboardName of video: Description of this scene:Using Web 2.0 Tools & Smart BoardsIn A Math Class My recommendations for web 2.0 tools I’ve used or have come across Screen 22 of 38Background: Narration:“Blackboard” theme The next tool I am goingColor/Type/Size of Font: to show you is one of myPale Yellow/House Sitter’s favorites. It is called Linoit.Club/72 General Tools Math ToolsWhite/Chalkboard/36 Dropbox Glogster Dropittome PixtonActual text: Ikeepbookmarks Linoit Quizinator Web Poster WizardGeneral Tools WikispacesDropboxDropittomeIkeepbookmarksQuizinator Audio: NONEMath ToolsGlogsterPixtonLinoitWeb Poster WizardWikispacesTransition to next clip: Page FlipAnimation:Audience Interaction: listening to narrationInspiration for this document: Maricopa Community College. http://www.mcli.dist.maricopa.edu/authoring/studio/index.html
  • 23. Video StoryboardName of video: Description of this scene:Using Web 2.0 Tools & Smart Boards LinoitIn A Math Class Screen 23 of 38Background: Narration:NONE (webpage) Linoit is an online bulletin board feature. This can beColor/Type/Size of Font: a place where students can go to find assignmentsNONE or to find helpful hints/ tips. This is a great way toActual text: make your classroom aNONE community. This could also [Linoit webpage] be used as a project in a math class as well. Have the students create a board on a certain topic/ section from a chapter. This is just a great tool all around for teachers! Audio: NONETransition to next clip: ZoomAnimation:Audience Interaction: looking at webpage & listening to narrationInspiration for this document: Maricopa Community College. http://www.mcli.dist.maricopa.edu/authoring/studio/index.html
  • 24. Video StoryboardName of video: Description of this scene:Using Web 2.0 Tools & Smart BoardsIn A Math Class My recommendations for web 2.0 tools I’ve used or have come across Screen 24 of 38Background: Narration:“Blackboard” theme Next up is The Web PosterColor/Type/Size of Font: Wizard.Pale Yellow/House Sitter’sClub/72 General Tools Math ToolsWhite/Chalkboard/36 Dropbox Glogster Dropittome Pixton Audio:Actual text: Ikeepbookmarks Linoit Quizinator Web Poster Wizard NONEGeneral Tools WikispacesDropboxDropittomeIkeepbookmarksQuizinatorMath ToolsGlogsterPixtonLinoitWeb Poster WizardWikispacesTransition to next clip: Move inAnimation:Audience Interaction: listening to narrationInspiration for this document: Maricopa Community College. http://www.mcli.dist.maricopa.edu/authoring/studio/index.html
  • 25. Video StoryboardName of video: Description of this scene:Using Web 2.0 Tools & Smart Boards Web poster wizardIn A Math Class Screen 25 of 38Background: Narration:“blackboard” theme Web Poster Wizard is a tool where teachers canColor/Type/Size of Font: create lesson plans, workNONE sheets or even a class webpage. Teachers canActual text: also assign their studentsNONE [Web Poster Wizard screen work on this site. shot] Audio: NONETransition to next clip: Object PushAnimation:Audience Interaction: viewing sreenshotInspiration for this document: Maricopa Community College. http://www.mcli.dist.maricopa.edu/authoring/studio/index.html
  • 26. Video StoryboardName of video: Description of this scene:Using Web 2.0 Tools & Smart BoardsIn A Math Class My recommendations for web 2.0 tools I’ve used or have come across Screen 26 of 38Background: Narration:“Blackboard” theme The final tool for use in aColor/Type/Size of Font: math classroom isPale Yellow/House Sitter’s wikispaces.Club/72 General Tools Math ToolsWhite/Chalkboard/36 Dropbox Glogster Dropittome PixtonActual text: Ikeepbookmarks Linoit Quizinator Web Poster WizardGeneral Tools Wikispaces Audio:Dropbox NONEDropittomeIkeepbookmarksQuizinatorMath ToolsGlogsterPixtonLinoitWeb Poster WizardWikispacesTransition to next clip: Fade Thru ColorAnimation:Audience Interaction: listening to narrationInspiration for this document: Maricopa Community College. http://www.mcli.dist.maricopa.edu/authoring/studio/index.html
  • 27. Video StoryboardName of video: Description of this scene:Using Web 2.0 Tools & Smart Boards Web poster wizardIn A Math Class Screen 27 of 38Background: Narration:“blackboard” theme This is another tool thatColor/Type/Size of Font: can be used for classroomNONE webpages or for projects. These are very easy toActual text: organize and navigateNONE [Wikispaces screen shot] around. Students could easily create their own to record a larger project or to use as a too to teach the class on a certain topic. As a class webpage, the students could have access to all of their missed assignments, their homework, materials for class, any much much more! Audio: NONETransition to next clip: MosaicAnimation:Audience Interaction: looking at screenshot & listening to narrationInspiration for this document: Maricopa Community College. http://www.mcli.dist.maricopa.edu/authoring/studio/index.html
  • 28. Video StoryboardName of video: Description of this scene:Using Web 2.0 Tools & Smart Boards Web 2.0 Tool SitesIn A Math Class Screen 28 of 38Background:“blackboard” theme Web 2.0 Tool Sites Narration: NONEColor/Type/Size of Font:Pale Yellow/House Sitter’s http://webtools4u2use.wikispaces.com/Club/72White/Chalkboard/36 http://cooltoolsforschools.wikispaces.com/HomeActual text: http://www.classroom20.com/Website URL’s Audio: Music Track http://www.go2web20.net/ http://www.neobinaries.com/ApplicationListings/ tabid/53/Default.aspxTransition to next clip: RevolveAnimation:Audience Interaction: look at websites & listen to musicInspiration for this document: Maricopa Community College. http://www.mcli.dist.maricopa.edu/authoring/studio/index.html
  • 29. Video StoryboardName of video: Description of this scene:Using Web 2.0 Tools & Smart Boards Smart BoardsIn A Math Class Screen 29 of 38Background:“blackboard” theme Smart Boards: Narration:Color/Type/Size of Font: Not Just A Projection ScreenPale Yellow/House Sitter’sClub/72 NONE “SMART products are innovative, easy to use andWhite/Chalkboard/36 proven to enhance learning for students. They are also designed to be integrated, modular andActual text: “SMART products are evolving. This means the SMART products you choose innovative, easy to use and today work together, can be easily adapted to yourproven to enhance learning for Audio: students. classroom needs and will continue to work for you as Music Track They are also designed to be your technology requirements change in the future. integrated, modular and evolving. This means the Ease of use ensures teachers can quickly start using SMART products you choose SMART products and experiencing the benefits they today work together, can be easily adapted to your bring to teaching and learning.” classroom needs and will continue to work for you asyour technology requirements change in the future. Ease of use ensures teachers can quickly start using SMARTproducts and experiencing thebenefits they bring to teaching and learning.”Transition to next clip: SwingAnimation:Audience Interaction: read the quote & listen to musicInspiration for this document: Maricopa Community College. http://www.mcli.dist.maricopa.edu/authoring/studio/index.html
  • 30. Video StoryboardName of video: Description of this scene:Using Web 2.0 Tools & Smart Boards Explore!In A Math Class Screen 30 of 38 Explore!Background: Narration:“blackboard” theme NONEColor/Type/Size of Font:Pale Yellow/House Sitter’s • Get to know your software as well as the board itself!Club/72White/Chalkboard/36 • The Smart Tech website has amazing resources available!Actual text:Get to know your software • User Guides [Image] Audio:as well as the board itself! Music TrackThe Smart Tech website has • Use the help features also!amazing resources available!User guides • Youtube has a channel specifically devoted to videos about Smart Boards.Use the help feature also!Youtube has a channelspecifically devoted to Once again, SEARCH, SEARCH, SEARCH!!!!!!!!videos about Smart Boards.Transition to next clip: DoorwayAnimation:Audience Interaction: read text & listen to musicInspiration for this document: Maricopa Community College. http://www.mcli.dist.maricopa.edu/authoring/studio/index.html
  • 31. Video StoryboardName of video: Description of this scene:Using Web 2.0 Tools & Smart Boards My RecommendationsIn A Math Class Screen 31 of 38Background: My Recommendations Narration:“blackboard” theme Smart Exchange is my favorite resource to use when it comes to using theColor/Type/Size of Font: • Smart Exchange Smart Board. There are soPale Yellow/House Sitter’s many lessons alreadyClub/72 • TONS of lessons & resources for the classroom! created by other teachers so there is no work thatWhite/Chalkboard/36 has to be done. It also has tools, games and activities • Create your ownActual text: and other things that can be used in a classroom.Smart Exchange-Tons of lessons & resources • Make lessons interactivefor the classroom!-Create your own-Make lessons interactive • Find Powerpoints to use-Find Powerpoints to useAllow students to become Allows students to become hands on in Audio:hands on in their learningand puts a virtual aspect to NONEmath where students can their learning and puts a virtual aspect to mathmanipulate their problems. where students can manipulate their problemsTransition to next clip: TwistAnimation:Audience Interaction: read text & listen to narrationInspiration for this document: Maricopa Community College. http://www.mcli.dist.maricopa.edu/authoring/studio/index.html
  • 32. Video StoryboardName of video: Description of this scene:Using Web 2.0 Tools & Smart Boards Smart ExchangeIn A Math Class Screen of 32 of 38Background: Narration:“blackboard” theme You can browse by grade, subject, or you can type inColor/Type/Size of Font: a more specific search. YouNONE can also search by your state standards.Actual text:NONE [smart exchange screen shot] Audio: NONETransition to next clip: RevelAnimation:Audience Interaction: view screen shotInspiration for this document: Maricopa Community College. http://www.mcli.dist.maricopa.edu/authoring/studio/index.html
  • 33. Video StoryboardName of video: Description of this scene:Using Web 2.0 Tools & Smart Boards My RecommendationsIn A Math Class Screen 33 of 38Background: My Recommendations Narration:“blackboard” theme You can also create your own smart board lessonsColor/Type/Size of Font: • Smart Exchange using the NotebookPale Yellow/House Sitter’s software. I have includedClub/72 • TONS of lessons & resources for the classroom! an example of one of mine that I created during myWhite/Chalkboard/36 student teaching. • Create your ownActual text:Smart Exchange-Tons of lessons & resources • Make lessons interactive Audio:for the classroom!-Create your own NONE-Make lessons interactive • Find Powerpoints to use-Find Powerpoints to useAllow students to become Allows students to become hands on inhands on in their learningand puts a virtual aspect tomath where students can their learning and puts a virtual aspect to mathmanipulate their problems. where students can manipulate their problemsTransition to next clip: CubeAnimation:Audience Interaction: read text & listen to narrationInspiration for this document: Maricopa Community College. http://www.mcli.dist.maricopa.edu/authoring/studio/index.html
  • 34. Video StoryboardName of video: Description of this scene:Using Web 2.0 Tools & Smart Boards NotebookIn A Math Class Screen 34 of 38Background: Narration:“blackboard” theme NONEColor/Type/Size of Font:NONEActual text: [notebook screen shot] Audio:NONE Music TrackTransition to next clip: ShimmerAnimation:Audience Interaction: look at screen shot & listen to musicInspiration for this document: Maricopa Community College. http://www.mcli.dist.maricopa.edu/authoring/studio/index.html
  • 35. Video StoryboardName of video: Description of this scene:Using Web 2.0 Tools & Smart BoardsIn A Math Class Screen 35 of 38Background: Narration:“blackboard” theme Meet my best friend: The Search BarColor/Type/Size of Font:Pale Yellow/House Sitter’s NONEClub/72 •Don’t be afraid to search for what you want!White/Chalkboard/36 •Be as specific or as general as you want: all Audio:Actual text: depends on what you are looking for! Music Track •Don’t be afraid to search for what you want! •Be as specific or as [links to example searches] general as you want: all depends on what you are looking for!Transition to next clip: ReflectionAnimation:Audience Interaction: Read text & listen to musicInspiration for this document: Maricopa Community College. http://www.mcli.dist.maricopa.edu/authoring/studio/index.html
  • 36. Video StoryboardName of video: Description of this scene:Using Web 2.0 Tools & Smart Boards WebsitesIn A Math Class Screen 36 of 38Background: Narration:“blackboard” themeColor/Type/Size of Font: Websites I’ve Found NONENONEActual text:Website links [website links] Audio: Music TrackTransition to next clip: FlipAnimation:Audience Interaction: look at links & click on them & listen to musicInspiration for this document: Maricopa Community College. http://www.mcli.dist.maricopa.edu/authoring/studio/index.html
  • 37. Video StoryboardName of video: Description of this scene:Using Web 2.0 Tools & Smart Boards Final ThoughtsIn A Math Class Screen 37 of 38 Final Thoughts...Background: Narration:“blackboard” themeColor/Type/Size of Font: Technology is your friend! Pale Yellow/House Sitter’s NONEClub/72White/Chalkboard/36Actual text: [Picture] Final Thoughts... Audio:Technology is your friend! Music Track [Picture] Embrace It! Embrace It!Transition to next clip: ScaleAnimation:Audience Interaction: look at picture & listen to musicInspiration for this document: Maricopa Community College. http://www.mcli.dist.maricopa.edu/authoring/studio/index.html
  • 38. Video StoryboardName of video: Description of this scene:Using Web 2.0 Tools & Smart Boards THE END!In A Math Class Screen 38 of 38Background: Narration:“blackboard” theme NONEColor/Type/Size of Font:Pale Yellow/House Sitter’sClub/72White/Chalkboard/36Actual text: THE END! THE END! Audio: Music TrackTransition to next clip: Revolving DoorAnimation:Audience Interaction: n/aInspiration for this document: Maricopa Community College. http://www.mcli.dist.maricopa.edu/authoring/studio/index.html

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