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Here are the slides from my NCTM St. Louis presentation in 2011, Looking at Class Through the Looking Glass, which explores how we can use instructional video to mirror lectures in mathematical ...

Here are the slides from my NCTM St. Louis presentation in 2011, Looking at Class Through the Looking Glass, which explores how we can use instructional video to mirror lectures in mathematical classrooms. Unfortunately, I do not have an accompanying report for this talk, and the slides don't stand alone well. This talk is similar to previous talks, though - I Capture the Classroom, Making Math Move, and Teaching with the Tube - for which I have either video or accompanying reports on my website, www.apsu.edu/smythe/presentations.htm.

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Looking at Class Through the Looking Glass Presentation Transcript

  • 1. What  Does  Video  Have?   1)  Any5me  access   2)  Pause,  fast   forward  and   rewind,  and   3)  Watch  over  and   over  again.  2007
  • 2. The  Video  Difference   v Redesigned  online   stats  using  video   v Improved   ü  Engagement   ü  Reten5on   ü  Learning    v Here  is  what  students   are  saying…  
  • 3. “It  is  as  if  we   are  in  the   classroom,   except  we   can  be  in  our   jammies  like   that  girl  on   TV!”  2008
  • 4. "I  can  actually  watch  these    videos  on  my  iPhone  when  I  am  taking  a    break  at    work."  
  • 5. “I  dont  miss   a  beat,  and  if   I  do,  I    can   just  rewind   or  pause  to   work  a   problem.”      2008
  • 6. “Love  these   videos  and   wish  all   online   classes   would  have   this.”  2008
  • 7. “There  arent   words  to   describe  my   happiness  with   having  these   videos  to   accompany  the   text.”  2008
  • 8.    What  could   video  do   for  the   classroom?  
  • 9. Video  in  the  Classroom  a)  Something  exci5ng  b)  Famous  guest   speakers    c)  Review  outside  class  
  • 10. Flipped  Classroom  
  • 11. Flipping  allows  for:  1.  Focus  on   problem   solving  2.  Peer-­‐to-­‐peer   instruc5on  3.  Immediate   feedback  
  • 12. Before  inven5ng   the  wheel…  
  • 13. Khan  Academy  
  • 14. Teacher   Tube  
  • 15. iTunes  U  
  • 16. Academic  Earth  
  • 17. How  do  we   create?  
  • 18. Webcams/Flips/Vid  Cams  
  • 19. Smart  Pens  
  • 20. SMART  Boards  Write   Talk   Draw   Record     $$$  
  • 21. Mic  
  • 22. Free  Alterna5ve  to  Camtasia  
  • 23. iMovie   Video  Edi5ng  &  Producing   No  Screen  Capturing   Free  with  any  Mac  
  • 24. Wacom   • USB  Wacom   • No  display  Bamboo   • LCD  Wacom   Display   Cin5q  
  • 25. Tablet  –  Dell  PC   Tablet  &   laptop   Pen  $$   Hinge  for   swiveling  
  • 26. Screen  Chomp  App  
  • 27. Camtasia  Studio  
  • 28. Calculator  and  Tablet  Videos  
  • 29. TI  SmartView  
  • 30. YouTube   Free     Easy   Ubiquitous  
  • 31. How  do  we  create  great   videos?  
  • 32. Videos  should…  
  • 33. Tell  a  Story  
  • 34. What  story  will  you  tell?    
  • 35. What  story  will  you  tell?    
  • 36. Advice  from  YouTube  Partner  
  • 37. Be  a  Timeless  Classic  
  • 38. Maximize  visual  and   audio   content  
  • 39. Be  Ubiquitous  
  • 40. Students  watch  videos  that  are…  
  • 41. More  video  design  5ps?  
  • 42. Sources  v   Images  from  Aus5n  Peay’s  Public   Rela5ons,  Trey  Ratcliff’s  Stuck  in  Customs,   and  all  over  the  web  v   Videos  from  YouTube,  used  with   permission  v   Resources  at:  www.apsu.edu/smythe/presenta5ons.htm  youtube.com/user/ellensmyth