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  • 1. EdEd Tech WorkshopsTech Workshops David BoinDavid Boin david.boin@lausd.netdavid.boin@lausd.net www.edtechworkshops.comwww.edtechworkshops.com
  • 2. Using Digital CamerasUsing Digital Cameras to Enhance Instructionto Enhance Instruction David Boin, InstructorDavid Boin, Instructor
  • 3. Agenda July 28 8 am 4 pm– Course Overview – RequirementsCourse Overview – Requirements Video introduction to technology in education in the 21Video introduction to technology in education in the 21stst CenturyCentury ““Lenses, pixels, and sensors – oh, my”!Lenses, pixels, and sensors – oh, my”! Sign-in, Introductions, P-FormsSign-in, Introductions, P-Forms The digital camera – parts and operationThe digital camera – parts and operation The “Rule of Three” – what makes a good picture?The “Rule of Three” – what makes a good picture? ““Let the clicking begin”Let the clicking begin” Out of the camera and into the computerOut of the camera and into the computer Ease into editing – the softwareEase into editing – the software Create a collage with Microsoft Word – a fun projectCreate a collage with Microsoft Word – a fun project
  • 4. This is a digital camera!This is a digital camera! Welcome to my world!
  • 5. Take me home for $5,000
  • 6. An image sensor instead of film Silicone chips contain millions photosensitive diodes called photosites Each photosite records the intesity of light The intensity is stored as a set of numbers and reconstructed as an image I’m very sensitive
  • 7. Flash memory explained! Now you can build one at home
  • 8. Digital camera memory chipsDigital camera memory chips Chips anyone?Chips anyone?
  • 9. Hundreds of thousands or millions of tine squares called pictureHundreds of thousands or millions of tine squares called picture elements or pixelselements or pixels Your computer and printer use these tiny pixelsYour computer and printer use these tiny pixels to display or print photographsto display or print photographs The computer divides the screen or printedThe computer divides the screen or printed page into a grid of pixelspage into a grid of pixels The computer uses the value stored in the digital photograph toThe computer uses the value stored in the digital photograph to specify the brightness and color of each pixel, and uses binaryspecify the brightness and color of each pixel, and uses binary code to create an imagecode to create an image Jellybeans!Jellybeans!
  • 10. Pixels, pixels everywhere!Pixels, pixels everywhere!
  • 11. Let’s take some pictures!Let’s take some pictures!The Rule of ThirdsThe Rule of Thirds
  • 12. Collaborate with yourCollaborate with your neighbors to determine theneighbors to determine the best picture of the three.best picture of the three. What are your reasons forWhat are your reasons for your selection of the “bestyour selection of the “best shot?” What are your reasonsshot?” What are your reasons for rejecting the other two?for rejecting the other two?
  • 13. Make the connectionMake the connection
  • 14. Ladies and Gentlemen – start your cameras!Ladies and Gentlemen – start your cameras! Your first assignmentYour first assignment Take some pictures – inside, outside, anywhereTake some pictures – inside, outside, anywhere!! Take some close-ups, medium shots, wide angleTake some close-ups, medium shots, wide angle Practice the Rule of ThreePractice the Rule of Three Take pictures of people, buildings, trees, anythingTake pictures of people, buildings, trees, anything
  • 15. Let’s get organized!
  • 16. Check out your photos!Check out your photos! Drag images toDrag images to folder onfolder on desktopdesktop
  • 17. Editing with style!Editing with style!
  • 18. Tools you may needTools you may need
  • 19. What? Another Assignment?What? Another Assignment? Assignment # 2: The CollageAssignment # 2: The Collage Use Microsoft Word to create a collage of your recent photosUse Microsoft Word to create a collage of your recent photos Use at least 8 photos and arrange them in an interesting wayUse at least 8 photos and arrange them in an interesting way Add decorations, clip art, borders. and, textAdd decorations, clip art, borders. and, text Save your work to a desktop folderSave your work to a desktop folder
  • 20. AALLOOHHAA HHAAWWAAIIII
  • 21. Agenda November 13 Sources of digital imagesSources of digital images Copy and save from Internet sourcesCopy and save from Internet sources PowerPoint as a presentation toolPowerPoint as a presentation tool Using Movie Maker for digital presentationsUsing Movie Maker for digital presentations Create a 2 minute PowerPoint presentation usingCreate a 2 minute PowerPoint presentation using original photographyoriginal photography Media literacy – commentary by Martin ScorseseMedia literacy – commentary by Martin Scorsese Share photo projects and critiqueShare photo projects and critique Examples of digital projects in the classroomExamples of digital projects in the classroom Homework assignmentsHomework assignments Preparation for Elluminate sessionPreparation for Elluminate session
  • 22. ““A picture is worth a thousand words.”A picture is worth a thousand words.”
  • 23. PowerPoint for presenting digital images
  • 24. iMovie slide showiMovie slide show
  • 25. ““What, me worry”?What, me worry”? Assignment # 3Assignment # 3 Use Move Maker or iMovieUse Move Maker or iMovie Use original images or images from the internetUse original images or images from the internet Create a slide show with a themeCreate a slide show with a theme Save your project to a desktop folderSave your project to a desktop folder
  • 26. A conversation about visual literacyA conversation about visual literacy Martin ScorseseMartin Scorsese
  • 27. Homework! Wonderful projects you will love to do!Wonderful projects you will love to do! Create student-centered lessons using digital photographyCreate student-centered lessons using digital photography Use the Project-Based Lesson Template for planningUse the Project-Based Lesson Template for planning One lesson using Internet images onlyOne lesson using Internet images only One lesson using original photographyOne lesson using original photography UsingUsing oneone of your lessons, create a final product usingof your lessons, create a final product using PowerPoint, Movie Maker, iMovie, or printed images,PowerPoint, Movie Maker, iMovie, or printed images,
  • 28. Previews of Coming AttractionsPreviews of Coming Attractions Projects with digital images and moviesProjects with digital images and movies Photo Story 3Photo Story 3 Macro photographyMacro photography Panorama softwarePanorama software Adding voice and music to photo presentationsAdding voice and music to photo presentations Publishing projects on the InternetPublishing projects on the Internet
  • 29. Congratulations!Congratulations! Thanks for your excellent participation.Thanks for your excellent participation.
  • 30. Using Digital CamerasUsing Digital Cameras to Enhance Instructionto Enhance Instruction David Boin, InstructorDavid Boin, Instructor
  • 31. Click!Click! Part 2Part 2
  • 32. AgendaAgenda August 11August 11 8 am 4 pm–8 am 4 pm– Sign-inSign-in Preparation for lesson plan presentationsPreparation for lesson plan presentations Presentations of lessons using digital imagesPresentations of lessons using digital images Lesson plan de-brief and evaluationLesson plan de-brief and evaluation Digital slide shows with voice over and musicDigital slide shows with voice over and music Macro photographyMacro photography Panorama softwarePanorama software Collaborate: Create a digital presentation to introduce a conceptCollaborate: Create a digital presentation to introduce a concept and engage your studentsand engage your students Photo Story 3 – images to movies the easy wayPhoto Story 3 – images to movies the easy way Publish your masterpiece on Teacher Tube or GooglePublish your masterpiece on Teacher Tube or Google VideoVideo
  • 33. Evaluation Notes for Click Lesson PlanEvaluation Notes for Click Lesson Plan Standards and Objectives Use of digital resources Level of student interest Student directed/teacher facilitated Academic rigor/Higher order thinking skills Comments
  • 34. Let s get real close!’Let s get real close!’ Let s Get Close’Let s Get Close’
  • 35. Some Examples of Macro PhotographySome Examples of Macro Photography
  • 36. Get Close-Up and Personal!Get Close-Up and Personal!
  • 37. ““Maybe ifMaybe if he took anhe took an Ed TechEd Tech WorkshopWorkshop class heclass he would havewould have a littlea little moremore personalitypersonality ”” ““I m’I m’ leavingleaving thisthis farm tofarm to becomebecome a actora actor in L.A.”in L.A.”
  • 38. ““RemembeRemembe r,r, gentlemen,gentlemen, don t’don t’ smile”smile” ““Join our facultyJoin our faculty and you, too, canand you, too, can dress like this”dress like this” ““What aWhat a bunch ofbunch of weirdos”weirdos” ““I needI need aa betterbetter hat”hat”

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