Visual and Video Ways to
Attract, Engage & Support Different Learners
Presented
by

Erik Chocianowski
Maria Ruggiero
Miche...
Information Processing
“how the mind functions”

Working memory or
consciousness,
information moves to
long term memory
th...
Metacognition
“thinking about thinking”

Typically discussed as 3 learning strategies
• 1.Metacognitive-planning, thinking...
LEARNING STYLES
Reading/
Writing

Kinesthetic/
Tactile

Aural

Visual
MULTIPLE INTELLIGENCES

Verbal

Mathematical

Visual/Spatial

Bodily/Kinesthetic

Musical

Interpersonal

Intrapersonal

N...
Using Video to Enhance
Learning Environments
HOW

Learners

Why
Bother?

How do I
Choose?

USING VIDEO TO MEET OBJECTIVES ...
I
N
P
U
T

New
Info
Visual

Visual

Auditory

Tactile

Group of Learners with
Different Learning
Styles

• Holistic
• 3D i...
Dual Channel Learning
Motivation &

We Remember

Affective Learning

10% what we read
20% what we hear
30% what we see
50%...
How Do I Choose?

Extended
• Use video if it supports
the original learning
goals. The learning goal
should be defined and...
Working with the Intellectually Disabled
The Brain
Multiple Intelligences
and Using Visual Ways to Enhance Learning
Why Use Visual Ways to Enhance Learning?
Research suggests that people learn abstract, new, and novel concepts
more easily...
Learning is a unique and personal journey that
each of us experiences in our own way.

It is important to
recognize,
under...
References
Section 3
GILES, E., PITRE, S., WOMACK, S. (2003). MULTIPLE INTELLIGENCES AND
LEARNING STYLES. IN M. OREY (ED.)...
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  • As with Learning Styles, a person’s learning style change and be influenced by culture, experiences. The 4 common learning styles are: Visual – concepts with pictures Aural – lectures, discussionsReading/writing- organization via diagrams and written notes Kinesthetic/tactile- hands on learning, needs external stimulation to access any information It is suggested to present the most difficult and complex information in the learners preferred style, which requires assessment of the style and pre-planning to group the students based on their learning style then to provide the lesson in potentially different forms.
  • Howard Gardner’s theory of M.I. presented these 8 intelligences. Understanding everyone has some degree of each of the intelligences. Verbal/Linguistic – write, read, tell stories, talk, memories, work at solving puzzles Mathematical/Logical - question, work with numbers, experiment, and solve problems Visual/Spatial – draw build, design, create, daydream, and look at picturesBodily/Kinesthetic- move around, touch and talk, body languageMusical - sing, play an instrument, listen to music, hum Interpersonal- talk to people, have friends, join groupsIntrapersonal – work alone, reflect pursue interestNaturalistic – be involved with nature, make distinctionsAlthough Gardner’s original intent was not to apply this theory in the classroom, it has been since included by many educators and is considered during lesson plan development. Research also shows that receiving a lesson or information through multiple ports helps solidify the learning. However, assessment of a students intelligence has been a challenge.
  • Introduce what this section is about and what areas will be covered
  • Describe the types of learners and learning styles that make up our learning environments and how these learners take in new information
  • Describe how video helps meet learning goals and objectives
  • Wrap up with how to use video to enhance learning environments.
  • Hi Michael – Not sure where you are putting the reference but I have attached it here 
  • Video & Visual

    1. 1. Visual and Video Ways to Attract, Engage & Support Different Learners Presented by Erik Chocianowski Maria Ruggiero Michele Martinez Michael Hodkinson SUNY Empire State College MALET Program Learning with Emerging Technologies: Theory and Practice Professor Eileen O’Conner
    2. 2. Information Processing “how the mind functions” Working memory or consciousness, information moves to long term memory through active learning Call memory, networked ideas, things we know how to do The input of information
    3. 3. Metacognition “thinking about thinking” Typically discussed as 3 learning strategies • 1.Metacognitive-planning, thinking about learning as its taking place • 2.Cognitive Strategies-task specific, note taking, repetition, mnemonic devices • 3.Socioaffective-association or input from teachers or peers—can lead to autonomy
    4. 4. LEARNING STYLES Reading/ Writing Kinesthetic/ Tactile Aural Visual
    5. 5. MULTIPLE INTELLIGENCES Verbal Mathematical Visual/Spatial Bodily/Kinesthetic Musical Interpersonal Intrapersonal Naturalistic
    6. 6. Using Video to Enhance Learning Environments HOW Learners Why Bother? How do I Choose? USING VIDEO TO MEET OBJECTIVES AND LEARNING GOALS
    7. 7. I N P U T New Info Visual Visual Auditory Tactile Group of Learners with Different Learning Styles • Holistic • 3D images Auditory Tactile • Words • Sequential • Demonstrations • Touch & Feel
    8. 8. Dual Channel Learning Motivation & We Remember Affective Learning 10% what we read 20% what we hear 30% what we see 50% what we hear and see Why Add VIDEO Allows for formation of rich mental models And Promotes learning with many learner with special needs Supports the Development of 21st Century Literacy Which is a Crucial Skill
    9. 9. How Do I Choose? Extended • Use video if it supports the original learning goals. The learning goal should be defined and then videos chosen to support them. Learning Goals Learning • Provides other viewpoints and/or opportunities for students to carry out individual thinking • Ability of students to have easy access to videos as well as be able to start, stop, pause and re-play for understanding. Learner Control
    10. 10. Working with the Intellectually Disabled The Brain Multiple Intelligences and Using Visual Ways to Enhance Learning
    11. 11. Why Use Visual Ways to Enhance Learning? Research suggests that people learn abstract, new, and novel concepts more easily when they are presented in both verbal and visual form (Salomon, 1979). Other empirical research shows that visual media make concepts more accessible to a person than text media and help with later recall (Cowen, 1984). In Willingham's (2009) research he asks a simple question to make his point, "Why do students remember everything that's on television and forget what we lecture?" -- because visual media helps students retain concepts and ideas. Bransford, Browning, and Cocking (1999, p 194) also note the crucial role that technology plays for creating learning environments that extend the possibilities of one-way communication media, such as movies, documentaries, television shows and music into new areas that require interactive learning like visualizations and student-created content.
    12. 12. Learning is a unique and personal journey that each of us experiences in our own way. It is important to recognize, understand and allow learners to find and experience the style and tools which work best for them.
    13. 13. References Section 3 GILES, E., PITRE, S., WOMACK, S. (2003). MULTIPLE INTELLIGENCES AND LEARNING STYLES. IN M. OREY (ED.), EMERGING PERSPECTIVES ON LEARNING, TEACHING, AND TECHNOLOGY. RETRIEVED DECEMBER 5, 2013, FROM HTTP://PROJECTS.COE.UGA.EDU/EPLTT/ LANE, C.(200) IMPLEMENTING MULTIPLE INTELLIGENCES AND LEARNING STYLES IN DISTRIBUTED LEARNING/IMS PROJECTS RETRIEVED DECEMBER 5, 2013 FROM HTTP://WWW.TECWEB.ORG/STYLES/IMSLSINDL.PDF Section 4 Why Use Media to Enhance Teaching and Learning RETRIEVED DECEMBER 7, 2013, FROM http://serc.carleton.edu/sp/library/media/why.html

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