Digital media in the classroom2

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  • 1. Supporting Instruction with Digital Media
  • 2. The Role of Classroom Video
    • Share ways we use video
    • Think about the negative aspects of using video
    • Need for video in the classroom?
    • Is video-use a new learning style?
  • 3.
    • How is video educational ?
    • What works with video?
    • Share best practice use of video in the classroom
  • 4. Advantages of Digital Media
    • Segmented
    • Aligned
    • Integrated with lesson plans & quizzes
    • Highest quality educational titles
    • Ability to customize content
  • 5. Share examples of using media to…
    • Introduce concepts and motivate learners
    • Reinforce the lesson
    • Differentiate instruction
    • Provide reflection, extension, and enrichment
  • 6. Instructional vs. Non-Instructional
    • Instructional
    • Supports instruction
    • Part of a lesson – (2 – 5 minutes is recommended)
    • Connected to the lesson and objectives
    • Engaged and interaction with media
    • NOT
    • Bell-to-Bell video
    • Reward/holiday
    • Curriculum disconnect
    • No pre or post discussion
    • Students and/or teacher are passive or disengaged
  • 7. Before viewing…
    • DECIDE the media’s use
    • KNOW the material
    • IDENTIFY the instructional need
    • DETERMINE curriculum objectives
    • CLARIFY learner's needs
    • PREVIEW to select appropriate segment
    • PLAN for effective use
    Other ideas?
  • 8. While viewing:
    • Take an active interest to increase the learners' involvement
    • Stop and start the video as appropriate to control the instructional pace
    • Watch students' reactions and reuse video appropriately
    • Should learners take notes?
    • Share out ideas
    • Other thoughts?
  • 9. After viewing:
    • Review main points
    • Encourage discussion and extension activites
    • Refer to video during lesson
    • Assess students
    • Other ideas?