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Using video to capture student voice, data   presentation
Using video to capture student voice, data   presentation
Using video to capture student voice, data   presentation
Using video to capture student voice, data   presentation
Using video to capture student voice, data   presentation
Using video to capture student voice, data   presentation
Using video to capture student voice, data   presentation
Using video to capture student voice, data   presentation
Using video to capture student voice, data   presentation
Using video to capture student voice, data   presentation
Using video to capture student voice, data   presentation
Using video to capture student voice, data   presentation
Using video to capture student voice, data   presentation
Using video to capture student voice, data   presentation
Using video to capture student voice, data   presentation
Using video to capture student voice, data   presentation
Using video to capture student voice, data   presentation
Using video to capture student voice, data   presentation
Using video to capture student voice, data   presentation
Using video to capture student voice, data   presentation
Using video to capture student voice, data   presentation
Using video to capture student voice, data   presentation
Using video to capture student voice, data   presentation
Using video to capture student voice, data   presentation
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8 ways of using video for the collection of student voice, data and ideas in the classroom.

8 ways of using video for the collection of student voice, data and ideas in the classroom.

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  • E.g. in a bus stop activity
  • Allow the children to have a play, they will often pick up what needs to be improved, e.g. lighting, background, noise and they don’t always have the same issues!
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    • 1. Using Video to Capture Student Voice, Data and Ideas in the Classroom<br />Seini Smith<br />Mangere Central School<br />
    • 2. 8 Ways to Use Video in the Classroom<br />Record Ideas<br />Buddy Reading<br />Show instructions<br />Sharing work<br />ESOL students recording in their own language<br />Dictating a Storyboard<br />Listening and Viewing Post<br />Assembly Presentations<br />
    • 3. Why Use Video?<br />Once students get past being shy allows all children including low level and ESOL learners to contribute<br />All students can share their own work with a bigger audience without getting shy<br />Use of ‘own language’<br />Students are able to ‘hear’ their progress<br />Utilises another one of the 5 senses (viewing) as opposed to just listening<br />Provides another way of monitoring students<br />
    • 4. Tracking progress through inquiry<br />Something to take home, easily viewed by many. <br />Captures their voice<br />Not reliant on internet<br />Utilising other equipment<br />Multiple use of still cameras, web cams<br />Learning other digital skills<br />Why Use Video?<br />
    • 5. Record Ideas<br />What is a business?<br />
    • 6. Record Ideas<br />What is a business?<br />
    • 7. Buddy Reading<br />
    • 8. Buddy Reading<br />
    • 9. Showing Steps<br />How to send an e-mail<br />
    • 10.
    • 11. Listening and Viewing Post<br />
    • 12. Sharing work<br />
    • 13. Sharing their work<br />
    • 14. ESOL students recording in their own language<br />
    • 15. ESOL students recording in their own language<br />
    • 16. Dictating a Storyboard<br />
    • 17. Dictating a Storyboard<br />
    • 18. Assembly Presentations<br />
    • 19. Teaching Aides<br />Record steps of how to do things, e.g. making something, PE Lesson<br />Shared Story<br />Recording Behaviour, e.g. students talking or calling out for viewing by students<br />Observations of colleagues<br />Sharing ideas of lessons<br />
    • 20. How?<br />Any video recording device e.g. Flip Video, Still Camera, Web Cam, Video Camera<br />Tripod<br /> <br />Upload onto class computers<br /> <br />Splitter<br />
    • 21. How?<br />Organisation and Management in classsee: http://ictprofessionaldevelopment.wikispaces.com<br />Have a few ‘text-perts’ who you train and can help demonstrate and trouble-shoot<br />Set Rules – class rules and use of equipment<br />Have a symbol on the board when recording – good way to keep the noise down<br />Make sure you have consent<br />Have a rosteredsystem<br />
    • 22. Sharing/Saving<br />Save files onto Class Desktop or in Class Documents for easy viewing<br />Organise your folders – Each child having a folder for each curriculum area.<br />For each curriculum area have a folder of resources.<br />Other viewing options:<br />TV and DVD unit for viewing<br />View on iPods/iPads<br />
    • 23. Other things to consider<br />Saving on external hard drive<br />Vimeo<br />YouTube<br />Newsmaker<br />Powerpoint<br />Moviemaker<br />Storyline Online http://www.storylineonline.net/<br />
    • 24. Keep it simple!<br />

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