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    • Introductions and Video Camera Day Video in the Classroom: Technology Leadership 7:30 am until 11:45 am Needed: List of video sites listed in previous class TEACH copyright web site. 1. Overview: How to use video in curriculum a. Ask for examples of how they think it could be used b. Streaming video / digitized video – how it is different then video tape? i. Discuss lesson plans ii. How video can be manipulated iii. Creating video to be streamed c. Creating video for instruction i. Coming up with a plan ii. How to do a video plan. iii. Brief terms d. Assisting students to make video i. Why would you use video as a media for students? ii. What are some of the uses of video 2. Streaming video a. Log into Streaming Video Program b. Preview lesson plans in specific curriculum areas c. Talk about different video delivery methods i. Quick time ii. Windows Media Player d. Talk about video download i. Why you would do it? 1. Internet problems 2. Going to use a number of times ii. Copyright information iii. Storage options 1. Burned CD’s 2. Shared drive – Lab managers will be cleaning this drive off 3. Zip drives/Jump drives e. Assignment, write a unit plan that uses streaming video. You may use lesson plans on the site to assist you. 3. Using video in the classroom – variety of sites that will references 4. How to use the video camera a. Terms used in video taping b. View DVD – Video Basics by Zettl c. Discuss video errors. 5. Break into teams and outline topic to cover for video a. Design an instructional video i. How to do a Project Treatment paper ii. How to do a story board 1
    • b. Begin video taping instructional video c. Assignment – Design an instructional video to be used within your curriculum. Create the video. 6. Work with Movie Maker a. Capture your video b. Work with splitting the clips c. Discuss the timeline vs. the storyboard d. Work with cropping the clips e. Add titles f. Add special effects g. Add transitions h. Add music i. Add voice over 7. Break into teams and create a Project Treatment paper and a storyboard for a topic for students to cover with video. a. Types of uses i. Interview 1. Talk show with famous people 2. Talking heads 3. Standard interview ii. Teaching a topic iii. Historic research iv. Other b. Outline the above video c. Assignment – create a curriculum lesson plan that incorporates a student video creation. 8. Palm Pilots a. Introduce teachers to Palm Pilots b. View different types of handheld hardware c. Visit handheld sites and evaluate software available for the handhelds in different subjects and grade levels d. View video ability of Zire 72 2
    • Introductions – Day 1 Video in the Classroom: Technology Leadership 7:30 am until 11:45 am 7:30 Welcome and Introductions: 5 minutes Overview of objectives: 40 minutes a. Ask for examples of how video could be used b. Streaming video / digitized video – how it is different then video tape? i. Discuss lesson plans ii. How video can be manipulated iii. Creating video to be streamed c. Creating video for instruction i. Coming up with a plan ii. How to do a video plan. iii. Brief terms d. Assisting students to make video i. Why would you use video as a media for students? ii. What are some of the uses of video 8:15 Streaming Video: 120 minutes with a break at 9:00 a. Log into Streaming Video Program b. Preview lesson plans in specific curriculum areas c. Talk about different video delivery methods i. Quick time ii. Windows Media Player d. Talk about video download i. Why you would do it? 1. Internet problems 2. Going to use a number of times ii. Copyright information 1. http://intel.com/education/newtotech/copyright.htm 2. T.E.A.C.H information iii. Storage options 1. Burned CD’s 2. Shared drive – Lab managers will be cleaning this drive off 3. Zip drives/Jump drives *Assignment, write a unit plan that uses streaming video. You may use lesson plans on the site to assist you. 10:15 Using Video in the Classroom: 60 minutes Web pages list from class. Discuss technology integrations 3
    • Give examples of technology based lesson plans. Discuss grouping ideas with either grade levels, subject matter or cross disciplinary teams. Resources: http://muse.widener.edu/~rss0003/LessonPlans/Technology_Infused_Lesso n_Plans.html http://www.lakelandschools.org/EDTECH/TechLesson/techlesson.htm http://www97.intel.com/education/exemplary_planning/SelectPlans.asp http://eprentice.sdsu.edu/F0210/Julius/Publish/tech_integr.htm http://dir.yahoo.com/Education/K_12/Teaching/Lesson_Plans/ http://marcopolo.education.org http://www.si.edu http://www.fi.edu 11:15 Homework assignment: 30 minutes Write a unit plan that uses streaming video. You may use lesson plans on the site to assist you. Create groups for the next day’s assignments. Have them discuss topics and possible props they may need for their video. Wrap up. 4
    • Using a Video Camera – Day 2 Video in the Classroom: Technology Leadership 7:30 am until 11:45 am 7:30 Review of previous day’s work: 15 minutes 7:45 How to use the video camera – terms used in videotaping: 60 minutes Use the DVD Video Basics by Zettl. Discuss errors in videotaping – zoom, pan, lighting. 8:45 Instructional Video discussion: 15 minutes How to design an instructional video. 9:00 Break: 15 minutes 9:15 Instructional Video Creation: 120 minutes Break into teams and create a Project Treatment for an instructional video. Design a storyboard and begin taping the video. Experiment with the cameras. Tape the video. 11:15 Instructional Video wrap up: 30 minutes Homework assignment: Design an instructional video to be used with your curriculum. Create the video. 5
    • Using a Video Camera – Day 3 Video in the Classroom: Technology Leadership 7:30 am until 11:45 am 7:30 Review Instructional Video Creation: 15 minutes 7:45 Work with Movie Maker – Capture video: 45 minutes Show how to capture the video from the cameras. Also look at capturing video from the internet and clips from CD. Have students share video clips. 8:30 Work with Movie Maker – Work with clips: 60 minutes with a 15 minute break at 9 am. Work with clips in the clip area – split and merge. Work with clips on the timeline and the story board. Crop clips 9:30 Work with Movie Maker – Adding effects: 60 minutes Add titles Add special effects Add transitions Add music Add voice over 10:30 Work with Movie Maker – Pulling it all together: 60 minutes Have the class edit their current project. 11:30 Wrap up. Discuss homework assignment. 6
    • Students Using Video in the Classroom – Day 4 Video in the Classroom: Technology Leadership 7:30 am until 11:45 am 7:30 Review of previous day’s work – 15 minutes Discuss how you are using collaboration and discuss your lesson plan topics. 7:45 Introduce DANA’s and Palm Pilots: 75 minutes View the different types of handheld hardware. Visit handheld sites and evaluate software available for the handhelds in different subjects and grade levels. 9:00 Break: 15 minutes 9:15 Student Use of video: 120 minutes with a 15 minute break at 9 am Break into teams and outline a topic for students to cover with video. Review the use of a Project Treatment and a storyboard. a. Types of uses of video in the classroom in the student’s hands i. Interview 1. Talk show with famous people 2. Talking heads 3. Standard interview ii. Teaching a topic iii. Historic research iv. Other b. Outline a student video project. *Create a curriculum lesson plan that incorporates a student video creation. 11:15 Wrap up: 30 minutes. Share projects and future uses. 7