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One day hands on training class for educators. How to use technology in the classroom.

One day hands on training class for educators. How to use technology in the classroom.

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  • If you didn’t write it, don’t say you did. If you use someone else's words or ideas, they MUST be given credit by linking to that thought or quote.   Just saying "I read this in USA Today" doesn't cut it, bloggers must link to the specific article. Put their words in quotes or in block quotes.Safe guideline is not to exceed using  15% of anyone’s contentIf the owner of content requests that you remove the content, do so immediately.
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  • Share with you an exercise I do in some of my classes to get everyone to see the power of social media.
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    • 1. Instructor Development WorkshopWith Amy Chorew
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    • 2. Age Diversity – Cross Generation
      The Traditionalist (1922-45)
      The Baby Boomers (1946-64)
      Generation X (1965-76)
      Millennials (1976-94)
      2
    • 3. 1935-1959
      Invincible as a team
      Long preambles to content
      Like to process and talk about ideas
      Highly value participation
      1960-1987
      Work Alone
      Abrupt speech patterns
      Just tell me what you want done & I’ll do it
      Don’t like to participate
      Customize training
      3
    • 4. Students have grow up differently
      Parenting experiences
      Technology experiences
      Set of expectations
      Lifestyle and Social Values Differ
      4
    • 5. In the Classroom
      Tools to Use
      A little Social Media
      Video in the Classroom
      PowerPoint
      Presentation Zen
      Techniques and Tools
      5
    • 6. Goals for Today!
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    • 7. Tools in the classroom
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    • 8. Blue Microphone Eyeball 2.0
      • USB webcam
      • 9. Microphone combo
      • 10. High quality 2MP camera
      • 11. HD video
      • 12. 1600 x 1200 pixels
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    • 13. Snag it by TechSmith
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    • 14. 10
    • 15. Don’t forget: You can copy-paste this slide into other presentations, and move or resize the poll.
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    • 16. Text a CODE to 99503
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    • 17. 13
      Time for an Exercise
      Tools
      Games
      Group
      Intros
    • 18. Fan Page for Association
      To start one for:
      www.facebook.com/pages/create.php
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    • 19. Benefits of a Fan Page
      Anything you post on the wall goes on the fans wall
      Fan pages are indexed by Google for SEO Power
      Events and Videos you add can enhance the member involvement
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    • 20. 16
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    • 23. 19
    • 24. 20
    • 25. 21
    • 26. 22
    • 27. Hear information & 3 days later you remember 10% of it
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    • 28. Add a visual and you’ll remember 65%
      Visual trumps other senses
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    • 29. Youtube – Second Most Used Search Engine
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    • 30. 26
    • 31. 27
    • 32. Places to Search
      28
    • 33. Using Movies in Class
      Use with DVD Player
      Take video and copy just the content
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    • 34. 30
    • 35. 31
    • 36. Video Copyright Rules
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    • 40. Video - www.theflip.com
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    • 41. Teleprompter
      Wireless lavaliere to record sound right into camera.
      Sony WCS999 Wireless Microphone System 
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    • 42. 35
    • 43. Create How Tos
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    • 44. 37
    • 45. Adding Video to PowerPoint
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    • 46. 39
    • 47. 40
    • 48. 41
    • 49.
      • PowerPoint invented in 1987
      • 50. By 2000 it is ubiquitous
      • 51. 2001 Seth Godin publishes . . .
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    • 52. Do you suffer from . . .
      Slidementitus?
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    • 53.
      • Do your slides contain mostly bullet points?
      • 54. Do you have more than 12-15 words on a slide?
      • 55. Do your slides add little or no new info beyond what you can say in words?
      • 56. Are your slides, in fact, not memorable?
      • 57. Do your slides fail to encourage a deeper connection to or understanding of the topic?
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    • 58. A "Yes" to any of those could be a huge red flag that something's wrong.
      If you're still committed to slides, or if you're certain you need them, here's my favorite overall recommendation:
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    • 59. Put each slide on trial for its life.
      Ask it to defend itself.
      Show no mercy
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    • 60. Or maybe...just maybe, it is you who needs a refresher in the principles of good presentation design.
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    • 61. Plan in Analog Mode
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    • 62. 49
    • 63. 50
    • 64. 51
    • 65. Handouts Can Set You Free
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    • 66. 1. Slides the audience will see
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    • 67. 2. Notes only you will see
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    • 68. 3. Handout to be taken away
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    • 69. 56
    • 70. 57
      Time for an Exercise
      How are your existing
      presentations out of kilter?
      How are they in synch?
      What questions should you
      be having?
    • 71. Our lives are flittered away by detail, simplify, simplify
      - Henry David Thoreau
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    • 72. Our mission is to become the international leader in the space industry through maximum team centered innovation and strategically targeted aerospace initiatives
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    • 73. Put a man on
      the moon and
      return him safely
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    • 74. Preparation
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    • 75. Create a document not a Slidument
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    • 76. 63
      Modality Principle. People learn better when words are presented as narration rather
      than text.
    • 77. 64
      Redundancy Principle.
      People learn better from narration & graphics rather than narration, graphics, & text.
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      Too much slide information overloads people’s cognitive systems.
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      Can your visuals be understood in 3 seconds? If not, redesign them to support your talk.
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    • 80. 67
      Slide design & delivery must help people organize, integrate information.
    • 81. Tip #1
      Start with a great design template
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    • 82. BEFORE
      69
    • 83. NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS®
      AFTER
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    • 84. PresentationPro.com
      71
    • 85. Tip #2
      Use big, bold, san-serif fonts
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    • 86. BEFORE
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    • 87. AFTER
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    • 88. Bigger is better!
      Heading: 44 - 32
      Body: 36 - 24
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    • 89. To bold or … not to bold
      Arial Rounded MT Bold
      Abadi MT Condensed
      Verdana
      Tahoma
      Century Gothic
      Arial Rounded MT Bold
      Abadi MT Condensed
      Verdana
      Tahoma
      Century Gothic
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    • 90. Use Sans-serif fonts
      Abadi MT Condensed (Extra bold)
      Arial (Arial Black)
      Berlin Sans FB Demi
      Century Gothic
      Maiandra
      Tahoma
      Verdana
      AaBbCc
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    • 91. Tip #3
      Limit Information
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    • 92. BEFORE
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    • 93. Rules for Effective Meetings
      Pre-meeting with staff
      Prepare speakers on time parameters
      Process action items appropriately
      AFTER
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    • 94. When you are trying to choose a Podiatrist you will find that it is much like choosing any kind of Doctor. You will have to take your time and check out the possibilities with care to ensure that you are getting the right specialist for you. It is always a good idea to choose one that has a membership in the American Podiatric Medical Association or the American Board of Podiatric Surgery. You can do many things to find the correct Doctor for you. You can ask your family physician for a referral to a good Podiatrist.
      BEFORE
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    • 95. Choosing a Podiatrist
      Take your time and interview
      Ask your family physician
      Choose a specialist
      Choose a member of:
      American Podiatric Medical Society
      American Board of Podiatric Surgery
      AFTER
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    • 96. Tip #4
      Always use visuals and graphics
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    • 97. Visuals Increase Retention
      The human brain processes visuals 400,000 times faster than text.
      Visual aids have been found to improve learning by up to 40%.
      Source: Knowledge Industry Publications, 1998
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    • 98. Where can I get good visuals?
      85
    • 99. Images
      Just because you find a photo online doesn’t mean you can use it (including Google).
      The safest way to use images is through Creative Commons licensed content, which are free to use (with a link to the original image).  www.creativecommons.org
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    • 100. Images
      To get legal images, you can buy stock photography and use it freely
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    • 106. Free images
      www.Sxc.hu
      www.everystockphoto.com
      www.imageafter.com
      www.flickr.com/creativecommons/by-2.0
      http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/Main_Page
      Archive.org
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    • 107. Tip #5
      Create a focal point
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    • 108. Create a Focal Point
      Viewer’s eyes are drawn to the focal point of any document. It communicates your message quickly.
      The focal point can be a title, text, photo or graphic.
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    • 109. Modified “Z” Layout
      Primary Optical Zone
      Dead Zone
      Terminal Zone
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    • 110. BEFORE
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    • 111. AFTER
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    • 112. Contact me with questions!
      Amy@AmyChorew.com
      Blog: AmyChorew.com
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    • 113. Plagiarism
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    • 114. Plagiarism
      If you didn’t write it, don’t say you did.
      If you use someone else's words or ideas, they MUST be given credit by linking to that thought or quote.  
      Just saying "I read this in USA Today" doesn't cut it, bloggers must link to the specific article.
      Put their words in quotes or in block quotes.
      Safe guideline is not to exceed using  15% of anyone’s content
      If the owner of content requests that you remove the content, do so immediately.
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    • 115. Someone stole MY content!
      Contact them and request they cease and desist their activities.
      Tell their web host about their illegitimate dealings.
      Plug their domain name into any Whois lookup to get the contact info.
      Delete scraper pingbacks
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    • 116. Someone stole MY content!
      Put a copyright notice on your blog
      Put a copyright notice in your RSS feed footer
      Copyright © 2010 YOURBLOGNAME. This Feed is for personal non-commercial use only. If you are not reading this material in your news aggregator, the site you are looking at is guilty of copyright infringement. Please contact legal@yourblognamehere.com so we can take legal action immediately.
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    • 117. Time Drain
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    • 118. Please join me
      Exercise
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    • 119. “Life isn't about waiting for the storm to pass... it's about learning to dance in the rain.”
    • 120.
    • 121. Bad powerpoint