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A presentation given at a teacher in-service on basic audio and video use as a teaching tool in the classroom.

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    Using Audio and Video in the Classroom Using Audio and Video in the Classroom Presentation Transcript

    • Burrell School District In-Service Monday, November 10, 2008 BRIAN QUERRY Pennsylvania Keystone Technology Integrator Discovery STAR Educator
      • Welcome and Introductions
      • What you want to learn
      • 21 st Century Learners
      • Podcasting
      • Making Audio Recordings
      • Making Video Recordings
      • Using the Internet as a resource
      • Practice Time
      • Name
      • Grade Level and Subject Taught
      • One thing you want to learn from the session today
    • 21ST CENTURY LEARNERS
      • DIGITAL NATIVES VS. DIGITAL IMMIGRANTS
      • Our students are all NATIVE SPEAKERS of the technological language of computers, video games, text messaging, etc.
      • Those not born in the current generation are considered DIGITAL IMMIGRANTS, having become fascinated by and adopting many of the modern technologies
      • PEW Study (October 2005): More than half of all teens have created some sort of multimedia content, with one-third having shared that content
      • Demonstration (one-time)
      • Review
      • Extra Support Materials
      • Meets needs of both visual and aural learners
      • “ Speak the same language”
      • Recent poll shows 85 percent of students ages 10 and up have either an iPod, .mp3 player, or cell phone
    •  
      • Audio or video files distributed over the Internet using “syndication feeds”
      • People can subscribe to receive your program, so that whenever a new recording is posted, they get notified
      • NOT ALL RECORDINGS ARE PODCASTS!
      • Recording requires RSS coding (Really Simple Syndication)
      • Most podcast hosting sites will convert files to the appropriate format for you
      • Term was created out of the term iPod Broadcast
      • Many web site and programs have been created to host and access
        • iTunes
        • Podbean
        • CyberEars
        • SwitchPod
      • Do I need to make my recording a podcast?
        • Subscribers will automatically be notified when you post a new recording
      • Vocabulary or Concept Practice
      • Unit Reviews
      • Research Projects
      • Oral Reports
      • Audio Newsletter to Parents
      • Research
      • Write a Script
      • Practice
      • Record your audio
      • Mix in any additional music (optional)
      • Edit your audio
      • Save your file
      • Upload to a web server
      • To make an audio recording to use in the classroom, you need:
        • Computer with audio recording software (Audacity)
        • Microphone
        • Web site to host your clip (if posting online)
          • TeacherWeb
          • Wiki Page
          • Podcast Hosting Site (if making a podcast)
    • Audacity How To Have Fun With Sound by “Audacitydemo” Thanks to http://audacityteam.org/wiki/ This presentation is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 License. http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/
    • Setting your microphone
      • EDIT - Preferences
      Set your recording device to be your microphone
    • Recording Sound Click on the buttons inside the red box to find out what they do.
    • Recording Some Sound
      • Press Record – to start recording
      • Press Stop – to stop recording
    • Editing Sound Click on the buttons inside the red box to find out what they do. These tools are explained in more detail in the following slides.
    • Selection Tool
      • Make sure the Selection Tool is selected
      • Use the Mouse and highlight the sound on the track you want to edit or delete
      Highlighted Area
    • Envelope Tool
      • Make sure the Envelope Tool is selected – blue lines will appear
      • Drag the Blue lines in or out to change the volume of the whole track
    • Timeshift Tool
      • The Timeshift tool is for when you have more than one track
      • Move the track to where you want
      • Make sure the Timeshift Tool is selected
    • Playing Sound
      • Click Skip to Start – to put the cursor at the beginning of the sound or click where you want to start from
      • Click Play
    • Importing Sound
      • File >
      • Select the sound you want and Open
      Import > Audio BE SURE YOU ARE USING ROYALTY-FREE OR PUBLIC DOMAIN MUSIC ONLY!
    • Deleting Sound
      • Using the Selection Tool select the sound you want to delete
      • Press the Delete key on your keyboard
      Selected Area that will be deleted
    • Lets Have Some Fun
      • To have fun with the sound, select Effect
      • Play around with the settings for each effect to see what they do
      • Select an Effect from the menu
    • Exporting to an audio file If creating a Podcast for the internet, export as MP3 . To burn to an audio CD or use your sound in Movie Maker, export as WAV .
      • What’s Next?
        • Store your sound file on your computer
        • Transfer your sound to an iPod or .mp3 player
        • Upload your sound file for stand-alone listening to a web site
        • Upload your sound file to be converted into a podcast
      • LIVE DEMONSTRATION
      • To make a video recording to use in the classroom, you need:
        • Video Camera (Simpler is better)
        • Computer
        • Video Editing Software (optional)
        • Web site to host your clip (if posting online)
          • TeacherWeb
          • Wiki Page
          • Podcast Hosting Site (if making a podcast)
      • EASIEST: FLIP Video Camera, Digital camera with a video feature, Webcam, or other USB cameras, including WebCams
      • “ Plug and Play”
        • Record your video on the camera, plug in to the computer, transfer your completed video file
      • Quality is acceptable for basic classroom and online use
      • If high-quality video is needed, use a better digital video camera
      • Classroom Uses:
        • Put pictures together
        • Film demonstration that is not practical during class time
        • Parodies/Reenactments
      • Internet Uses:
        • Review/Demonstration of Concepts
        • Extended Learning (add’l topics)
      • VIDEO DEMONSTRATION
    • STUDENTS CREATING AUDIO AND VIDEO RECORDINGS
      • Allows students to learn new concepts in conjunction with their subject material
      • Differentiated Instruction / Student Choice
      • Though more work in setting up, often easier end result
      • Proper training on equipment/software is VITAL
      • Additional allotted class time
      • Permission forms for posting any work with student faces or names
    • INDIVIDUAL PRACTICE TIME
      • Practice recording with Audacity and/or FLIP Cameras
      • Create something for your classroom (if prepared) and save to your flash drive
      • Additional questions – please ask
      • Details needed? List questions on the sheet in the front of the room. I will post the questions and answers online.
      • http://hms-music.wikispaces.com