Hall Davidson: DEN ISTE PreCon 2011 "It's in Their Pockets: Teaching Them Spectacularly with Mobile Phones"

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Hall Davidson's 2011 DEN / ISTE PreCon presentation: "It's In Their Pockets: Teaching Them Spectacularly With Mobile Phones."

Hall Davidson's 2011 DEN / ISTE PreCon presentation: "It's In Their Pockets: Teaching Them Spectacularly With Mobile Phones."

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  • The Smithsonian images that Leafsnap uses for pattern-matching don't get displayed in the app, though -- that's where FindingSpecies.org's photos come in. They're high-res, factually accurate, and just plain gorgeous. And every time you use Leafsnap to ID a tree, you make that database and matching process even more robust. So in three to five years when "TK Pavlus" starts peppering me with botanical questions I am in no way qualified to answer, Leafsnap should be a no-brainer.

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  • 1. http:// DiscoveryEdSpeakersBureau.com Email: Hall_davidson@discovery.com Click on the face, then on Handouts handouts Handouts are online here:
  • 2. Presented to the DEN Birthday Party 6/25/2011 by Hall Davidson Director, Global Learning Initiatives Discovery Education Ringtones set to Applause Mobile: The Perfect Birthday Gift: Something Old, Something New, Something Borrowed, Something Blue
  • 3. Mobile to Chromakey
  • 4. PollEverywhere.com Text to: 37607 Message : 217882<space> Your adjectives Three adjectives to describe the DEN: SMS Text [Use once]: 37607 Text Message: 186962 To: 37607 Text Message: 186955
  • 5. PollEverywhere.com Text to: 37607 Message : 218299<space> Your adjectives Three adjectives to describe the DEN: SMS Text [Use once]: 37607 Text Message: 186962 To: 37607 Text Message: 186955
  • 6. Interactive - Mobile - PollEverywhere – Word - Wordle
  • 7. One step further : Wordle to video
  • 8. Mobile - Poll – Word - Wordle
  • 9. Here ’s how in iMovie Shoot someone or something in front of a green screen (this is a shower curtain from Ikea ($4.00)
  • 10.  
  • 11. HOW TO
  • 12. Screen Capture your work On a Mac, I ’ll use Snapz Pro. On a PC, use CamStudio. There are many choices There is no better program listed later in this PowerPoint. for this on either platform Snaps worth the price, IMHO, (and it ’s free) but there are others. ScreenCastoMatic is free but Web-based (Snaps cost depends but figure $20- $69)
  • 13. Screen Capture your work Launch Snapz Pro. Launch CamStudio. Select Movie Select Region under Region
  • 14. Screen Capture your work Snapz Pro. CamStudio. Both programs now let you select what you want to record. Hit the red button to begin in CamStudio and hit return in Snapz Pro Snapz Pro. CamStudio. You get an outlined box . You get flashing green markers after After naming the files, hit you select your region. It ’s recording Return and you are recording. soon as you draw your region It says “Action”
  • 15. Screen Capture your work Snapz Pro. CamStudio. Both programs have audio choices that let you select “mic” or “computer” or both. The “computer” option lets you record what’s on the screen. We want that for Blabberize. Use the mic when making tutorials, etc.
  • 16. How to make a chromakey from PollEverywhere.com (PC or Mac) Steps 1) Use Polleverywhere “free text” poll to create data 2) Copy and paste “summary data” into Word. 3) In Word, delete dates, etc., leaving the keywords 4) Copy words and paste into Wordle.net 5) Take a screenshot (Mac) OR Take a video screen shot (PC* 6) Take video of someone in front of a green screen** 7) Upload videos to Jaycut.com 8) Follow instructions for Chromakey *Use CamStudio (free!) on a PC **Try Ikea showercurtain ($4) How to
  • 17. How to make a chromakey from Wordle (Mac) Image and instructions at: http://blog.discoveryeducation.com/media_matters/files/2008/11/brain-17.png ; Video, DiscoveryEducationstreaming - Editable clip Use PhotoBooth. Drag a screenshot (like “ Wordle) or QuickTime movie into the square. Then click it Step out of Frame when prompted, then step back in
  • 18. How to make a chromakey from Wordle (Mac) Image and instructions at: http://blog.discoveryeducation.com/media_matters/files/2008/11/brain-17.png ; Video, DiscoveryEducationstreaming - Editable clip Use PhotoBooth You can customize the software.
  • 19. Chromakey/Wordle any platform: Use JayCut.co m
  • 20. 1.Make a screen capture video of your Wordle* 2.Shoot someone in front of a greenscreen (or other color ) 3. Create a free account at JayCut.com 4. Upload the two videos. Click on MyJayCut 5. Go to Create Movie *Use CamStudio (free!) on a PC **Try Ikea showercurtain ($4)
  • 21. Put the GreenScreen video on Line A, the Wordle on Line B Select the video on A. Select Effect from the Settings menu. Scroll down to Chromakey You’ll figure it out from there! There are tutorials online
  • 22. Jaycut.com
  • 23. Mobile - Poll – Word - Wordle
  • 24. Here ’s how in iMovie Under iMovie Preferences , make sure Show Advanced Tools is selected.
  • 25. Click and drag this clip directly on top on the screen captured Wordle clip PS In this case we used Tagul.com , not Wordle.net . It was chosen for it active movement of the words. But you get the idea.
  • 26. This box will appear when you drag the green screen clip on top of the other clip. Select Green Screen
  • 27. Now you have a mash up of Web 2.0 and original video ! Looks pretty cool , too!
  • 28. 1.Make a screen capture video of your Wordle* 2.Shoot someone in front of a greenscreen (or other color ) 3. Create a free account at JayCut.com 4. Upload the two videos. Click on MyJayCut 5. Go to Create Movie *Use CamStudio (free!) on a PC **Try Ikea showercurtain ($4)
  • 29. Put the GreenScreen video on Line A, the Wordle on Line B Select the video on A. Select Effect from the Settings menu. Scroll down to Chromakey You’ll figure it out from there! There are tutorials online Jaycut from YouTube?
  • 30. Jaycut.com
  • 31. Apps
  • 32. Word Lens app
  • 33. Android translation app
  • 34. LeafSnap Details: Leafsnap's scientific pedigree is impeccable, but the interaction design is truly ingenious: Computer scientists Peter Belhumeur and David Jacobs realized that the same algorithms that tag idiots in Facebook photos could also be used to visually identify trees by the shapes of their leaves. You just pluck a leaf off a branch (or pick one off the ground, if you're one of those &quot;but trees feel pain, too!&quot; types) snap a pic of it, and Leafsnap tells you whether it's it gingko or dogwood -- and also displays high-resolution photos of the tree's flowers and other goodies. (For some back story about how the app was developed, click on our previous story here.) The way it works is actually pretty simple. Leafsnap identifies tree species by the shapes of their leaves, so the app's algorithms extract the edge contours of the leaf in question (that's why the app asks you to snap your pics on a solid background) and match it against an online database assembled by the Smithsonian Institution. &quot;We use a different palette of visual characteristics for plant species identification than we do for face recognition, but the later stage machine learning methods are much the same,&quot; Belhumeur tells Co.Design. The Smithsonian images that Leafsnap uses for pattern-matching don't get displayed in the app, though -- that's where FindingSpecies.org's photos come in. They're high-res, factually accurate, and just plain gorgeous. And every time you use Leafsnap to ID a tree, you make that database and matching process even more robust. So in three to five years when &quot;TK Pavlus&quot; starts peppering me with botanical questions I am in no way qualified to answer, Leafsnap should be a no-brainer. http://www.fastcodesign.com/1663926/wanted-leafsnap-app-lets-you-id-trees-using-face-recognition-tech
  • 35. Tour Wrist
  • 36. http://www.retailcustomerexperience.com/article/181491/Mobile-Retail-Monday-The-Tour-Wrist-app
  • 37. WikiOffline
  • 38. Mobile QR Codes with DE
  • 39.  
  • 40. <img src=&quot;http://qrcode.kaywa.com/img.php?s=6&d=http%3A%2F%2Fmobile.discoveryeducation.com%2Fassets%2Fview%2F354DBF00-1C50-4785-94D6-DA72AFF5AA8E&quot; alt=&quot;qrcode&quot; />
  • 41.  
  • 42. Copy url
  • 43. QRcode.kaywa.com
  • 44.  
  • 45.  
  • 46. Goo.gl Google URL shortener gives you a QR Code! Goo.gl Click on “Details” after you have the URL.
  • 47. QR to Wiki or other site where videos can change. Dynamic using Wikispaces
  • 48. Wikispaces http://linkyy.com/QRcodeLinkChange http://thedynamicdavidsonqrcode.wikispaces.com/Welcome+Page
  • 49. 3D QR Video from Youtube Molawcha’s videos http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-N6vPMS8XLo
  • 50. Real world language
  • 51. Too real world
  • 52. QR print to dynamic content
  • 53.  
  • 54. Learning 24/7 Anywhere Adventure! East/West Solar system Atoms Periodic table Layers of the earth Predator/prey Famous scientists Reasoning Images from Discovery EducationStreaming.com Build an adventure!
  • 55. Make video with a (camera)phone and a 45x Microscope $ 12 bonus with Camera A/B app (iPhone to iPad) Wired.com/geekdad/2010/09/ (Dave Giancaspro) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8APowosR7Ug&feature=player_embedded $5.95
  • 56. Wired.com/geekdad/2010/09/ (Dave Giancaspro) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8APowosR7Ug&feature=player_embedded
  • 57. Wired.com/geekdad/2010/09/ (Dave Giancaspro) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8APowosR7Ug&feature=player_embedded
  • 58. + + Wired.com/geekdad/2010/09/ (Dave Giancaspro) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8APowosR7Ug&feature=player_embedded
  • 59. Wired.com/geekdad/2010/09/ (Dave Giancaspro) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8APowosR7Ug&feature=player_embedded + + iPhone 4
  • 60. + + iPhone 3
  • 61. Gaffers Tape instead of glue
  • 62. Mobile to Web
  • 63. Upload video from cell phone to Web
    • Open yourYou Tube account
    • Click Mobile Setup
    • You will be sent a text address where you send videos
    • The videos are uploaded directly to your account
    • In 5-10 minutes, the video from your cell is posted
    • Embed it!
    rNrjojiip69L @m.youtube.com
  • 64. 1 3 2 4 rNrjojiip69L @m.youtube.com
  • 65. 5 6 rNrjojiip69L @m.youtube.com
  • 66. For example: Cellphone Video Challenge Compare and Contrast rNrjojiip69L @m.youtube.com 3 Video Prompt: Compare and contrast something around you. Upload video from cell phone to Web. Try it now!
  • 67. chump48non@photos.flickr.com
  • 68. Anywhere challenge rNrjojiip69L @m.youtube.com
  • 69. FilmOnTheFly.org Google Docs allow live, multiple interactive entries. The survey questions are displayed as a spreadsheet, making copying cell phone numbers a simpler process.
  • 70. FilmOnTheFly.org Wikipedia.org/wiki/SMS_Gateway Wikipedia Using information from Wikipedia, the participants cell phone numbers were converted to email addresses that could be sent out from a single e-mail account instead of a cell phone. In this case, LotusNotes was used.
  • 71. FilmOnTheFly.org E-mail The cell phone numbers, converted into email addresses, were used to send out the writing prompt to all participants at the same time. The email addresses were used as backups—necessary in some cases.
  • 72. FilmOnTheFly .org rNrjojiip69L @m.youtube.com
  • 73. FilmOnTheFly.org
  • 74. FilmOnTheFly.org
  • 75. Closing Keynote Contributions
  • 76.  
  • 77. Dennis Grice
  • 78. Matrix Men of Mystery
  • 79. Closing keynote, FETC, Orlando, FL, 2009
  • 80. Presented to the DEN Birthday Party 6/25/2011 by Hall Davidson Director, Global Learning Initiatives Discovery Education Set Ringtones set to “Happy Birthday” (a copyrighted song) Mobile: The Perfect Birthday Gift: Something Old, Something New, Something Borrowed, Something Blue
  • 81. Closing keynote, FETC, Orlando, FL, 2009