1. Using Multi-Media to Support Differentiated Instruction
2. A teacher’s response to learners’ needs Teachers can differentiate CONTENT PRODUCT PROCESS according to students’ INTERESTS LEARNING STYLES READINESS LEVELS
3. From the Home Page, you can search for digital media by keyword, subject, grade level, or curriculum standards genetics Home Page
5. The Content tabs make it easy to access the full video file, video segments, citations, and related materials.
6. The “Video Segments” tab reveals the contents of each video and gives you the ability to stream or download specific segments of the video as needed.
7. Click on the “Related Materials” tab to reveal links to a wide variety of guides and pre-made curriculum materials that accompany the video resources Related Materials include: Blackline Masters Teacher’s Guides Quizzes
8. The Media Settings controls are located directly under the viewer and give you the ability to enable the closed caption text display and select the media player you prefer to use as you watch full video file and segments. Media Settings
9. Choose from over 200 full lesson plans created to accompany selected videos in the unitedstreaming library. The lessons can be downloaded, and most are available in both PDF and Microsoft Word formats. Lesson Plans
10. Additional Support Materials Professional Development
11. The Assignment Builder has a new look and makes it easy for you to access and save materials. The Quiz Builder features more than 2,000 pre-made quizzes or you can build your own. The new Writing Prompt Builder lets you create customized writing activities using unitedstreaming digital images The “Curriculum Resources” have been enhanced and the new Thematic Focus replaces the “Teacher Feature.” The Lesson Plan Library has a new search interface and contains more than 200 lessons designed for use with unitedstreaming videos. Help students connect the past and present with videos that relate to past events and commemorative issues. The Discovery Educator Network is a community of unitedstreaming users from around the world who share teaching resources, strategies, and experiences.
12. Teaching Tips provide quick, “how-to” explanations for your technology questions, such as “how to create a hyperlink to a video” Download digital versions of the User’s Guide, the QuickStart Card and other helpful resources. Download resources to help you successfully introduce and maintain unitedstreaming in your school. View short, 30-second segments that profile practicing teachers Self-paced, easy-to-use online sessions are available anywhere, anytime and provide certificate and staff development credit options. Download exemplary lessons and project demonstrations that show you how to integrate unitedstreaming content with software in your classroom. Learn about college-level courses for credit that you can apply to a certificate or masters degree program. Register for a live, online Webinar. Sessions are offered on a variety of topics and times each week.
13. Supporting the Auditory Learner by Accessing Podcasts
14. A teacher’s response to learners’ needs Teachers can differentiate CONTENT PRODUCT PROCESS according to students’ INTERESTS LEARNING STYLES READINESS LEVELS
15. Let’s Take A Look At Some Examples
17. PODCASTING IN EDUCATION
19. If we scroll down on the page we see more multiple links to quality peer-reviewed research.
28. Screencast Examples <ul><li>How to Convert Metric Units (1min) </li></ul><ul><li>Calcus: Volume of a Solid (12min) </li></ul><ul><li>Trigonometry: Which is the larger unit: Degrees or radians ? (2min) </li></ul><ul><li>How to Convert Decimals </li></ul>