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  • 1. Media in the Classroom
    Taking it up a notch
    Debra L. Hargrove, Ed. D. (virtually)
    Florida TechNet
    Kimberly GatesFlorida TechNet Trainer
    A modified slide presentation from Synergy Broadcast Systems originally found at:
    http://www.slideshare.net/synergybroadcast/using-video-in-the-classroom-1075794
  • 2. Objectives
    • Research Findings
    • 3. Teacher Opinion
    • 4. Student Perspective
    • 5. Practical Usage
    • 6. Usage Statistics
  • Video as a Learning Tool
    10%
    20%
    Remember
    30%
    50%
    what we see, hear and do
    70-90%
    Lall, GeetaRani, Ways Children Learn, Springfield, IL: Charles C. Thomas, 1983, p. 5
  • 7. Teachers Are Positive About Video
  • 8. Students’ Perspective
    Score higher on writing assignments
    Are more active in class discussions
    Apply more varied and creative approaches to problem solving
    Apply more varied and Use more figurative language
    Research project by Teachers College at Columbia University, 1992.
  • 9. How and When to Use Video
    Preview video in advance
    Connect the video to lesson objectives
    Show short clips to introduce or reinforce discussion.
    Give students active assignments to encourage attention and post discussion.
    Use the pause button to promote interactivity and encourage discussion.
  • 10. Lead-in’s:
    “Listen for this term…”
    “Think of similar examples…”
    “Watch for…”
    “List the things in the video that…”
  • 11. After the video:
    Check for understanding
    Reinforce a point
    Connect to real examples
    Ask, “what did you see, etc…”
  • 12. KISS
    Technology that is too complex
    Technology that involves too much work to use it
    Technology that increases the need for more classroom support.
  • 13. Creating My LessonWhere Should I Start?
    Create an account at Lesson Plan Builder (adultedlessons.org)
  • 14. Creating My LessonWhere Should I Start?
    Create an account at Lesson Plan Builder (adultedlessons.org)
    Determine the topic of your lesson
    Identify the objectives
    Create/identify materials
    TeachwithMovies (teachwithmovies.org)
  • 15. Creating My LessonWhere Should I Start?
    Create an account at Lesson Plan Builder (adultedlessons.org)
    Determine the topic of your lesson
    Identify the objectives
    Create/identify materials
    TeachwithMovies (teachwithmovies.org)
  • 16. Creating My LessonWhere Should I Start?
    Create an account at Lesson Plan Builder (adultedlessons.org)
    Determine the topic of your lesson
    Identify the objectives
    Create/identify materials
    TeachwithMovies (teachwithmovies.org)
    Learnoutloud (learnoutloud.com/Free-Audio-Video)
  • 17. Creating My LessonWhere Should I Start?
    Create an account at Lesson Plan Builder (adultedlessons.org)
    Determine the topic of your lesson
    Identify the objectives
    Create/identify materials
    TeachwithMovies (teachwithmovies.org)
    Learnoutloud (learnoutloud.com/Free-Audio-Video)
    Find available A/V resources on Florida TechNet www.floridatechnet.org
  • 18. Creating My LessonWhere Should I Start?
    Create an account at Lesson Plan Builder (adultedlessons.org)
    Determine the topic of your lesson
    Identify the objectives
    Create/identify materials
    TeachwithMovies (teachwithmovies.org)
    Learnoutloud (learnoutloud.com/Free-Audio-Video)
    Find available A/V resources on Florida TechNet
    www.floridatechnet.org
    Continue to build the lesson online, save, print
  • 19. Resources
    National Teacher Training Institute
    http://www.thirteen.org/edonline/ntti/resources/video1.html
    SlideSharehttp://www.slideshare.net
    Television Goes to School
    http://www.cpb.org/stations/reports/tvgoestoschool/
    Teach with Movies
    http://www.teachwithmovies.org
    eSchool News
    http://www.eschoolnews.com/
    Learn Outloud
    http://www.learnoutloud.com/Free-Audio-Video
    Learning with Television
    http://www.wqed.org/education/education_tv.php
    Lesson Plan Builder
    http://www.adultedlessons.org
  • 20. Media in the Classroom
    Taking it up a notch
    Debra L. Hargrove, Ed. D. (virtually)
    Florida TechNet
    dhargrov@irsc.edu
    Kimberly GatesFlorida TechNet Trainer
    A modified slide presentation from Synergy Broadcast Systems originally found at:
    http://www.slideshare.net/synergybroadcast/using-video-in-the-classroom-1075794

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