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The Second part on Presentation Technologies for teachers.

The Second part on Presentation Technologies for teachers.

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  • 1. Choosing Technologies That Work #2 Presentation
  • 2. What are presentations?
    • Presentations are a common activity for educators
    • Take the form of… Lectures
    • Demonstrations
    • Discussions as well
    • Can conveyed using text or “media” (Images, Audio, Video)
  • 3. Discussion: Publishing your presentation online... why?
    • What are some of the benefits of using the internet to show your presentations?
  • 4. Discussion: Publishing your presentation online... why?
    • What are some of the benefits of using the internet to show your presentations?
        • They can be reviewed by students before, during and after class.
        • They can include dynamic content, such as images, videos, and Interactivity
        • Discussions can occur in context to the material being presented
  • 5. Discussion: Publishing your presentation online... why?
    • What are some of the drawbacks to using the internet to show your presentations?
  • 6. Discussion: Publishing your presentation online... why?
    • What are some of the drawbacks to using the internet to show your presentations?
        • Reliability of services
        • Learning Curve
        • Time investment
        • Disconnect with ‘real world’ (f2f) interactions
  • 7. Discussion: Enhancing your presentation with media... why?
    • What are some of the benefits to incorporating media (images, audio, video) into your presentations?
  • 8. Discussion: Enhancing your presentation with media... why?
    • What are some of the benefits to incorporating media (images, audio, video) into your presentations?
        • Enrich the overall experience of the presentation
        • Use a variety of visual 'language' to communicate ideas
        • Leverage existing resources, reuse, recycle, remix!!!
  • 9. Discussion: Enhancing your presentation with media... why?
    • What are some of the drawbacks to incorporating media (images, audio, video) into your presentations?
  • 10. Discussion: Enhancing your presentation with media... why?
    • What are some of the drawbacks to incorporating media (images, audio, video) into your presentations?
        • Privacy
        • Learning Curve
        • Time investment
        • Disconnect with ‘real world’ (f2f) interactions
  • 11. What are you presenting?
    • What kind of presentation are you giving?
    • Three Styles or ‘modes’ of presenting
    • All which can incorporate media
    • Typical Powerpoint lecture
    • ‘ LIVE’ synchronous event
    • Ongoing course content
  • 12. What are you presenting?
    • 1. PowerPoint Slideshows
    • A good tool to talk to but can become a trap
    • Common mistake. TOO MUCH TEXT
    • Not available to students after class
    • Meet… Slideshare
  • 13. What are you presenting?
    • 2. Live Synchronous event
    • Good to use with Distance Courses
    • Can be conducted at the same time as the f2f class if many will be away
    • A little more for the technically ‘savy’
  • 14. What are you presenting?
    • 3. Ongoing courses content
    • The 24/7 classroom?
    • The online class ‘homeroom’
    • Can be one of many different websites including…
      • Blogs
      • Wikis
      • Social Bookmarking
  • 15. Searching and sourcing media
    • Go to the Internet!!! ;-)
  • 16. Copyright clearance
    • Much of the media on the internet is free t use in a classroom setting
    • It comes down to a question of authorship and credit
    • Don’t make any money off other peoples content!
    • Creative Commons
  • 17. Final Words
    • Or just beginning
    • Encourage discussion before during and after your presentation… in the context of the presentation.
    • Invite your students to contribute their thoughts and ideas
  • 18. Activity: Seek Share & Save
    • Search in one of the five sources
        • TeacherTube ( http://teachertube.com/ )
        • Flickr ( http://www.flickr.com/ )
        • Skreemr ( http://skreemr.com/
        • iTunes (find podcasts on itunes)
        • Creative Commons (http://creativecommons.org/)
    • Share with the person beside you.
    • Save for future reference