Inspiration Investigation

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  • Inspiration Investigation

    1. 1. Inspiration Investigation by Jennifer Gingerich
    2. 2. Session Description Experience a digital investigation, complete with photos, sounds, videos, and web sites, that will inspire your students to think critically and document their learning. Using Inspiration v.8, participants will learn how to create these investigations for students that support the curriculum, address the standards and differentiate their instruction.
    3. 3. Build Background Knowledge & Engage All Learning Styles
    4. 4. Sample Investigations Birds of Prey President Volcano Investigation Investigation Investigation Haiti Back to School Investigation Investigation
    5. 5. Why? • Use Non-Linguistic Representation • Increase Engagement • Build Background Knowledge • Focus on Standards • Differentiate Content • Allow for Self Direction • Improve Media Literacy • Provide Assessment
    6. 6. Hearing Seeing Speaking Thinking
    7. 7. Classroom Setting ✦ Teacher Station with projection device and speakers ✦ In pairs or small groups (lab or laptops) ✦ Learning Center or Technology Station ✦ Independent Study
    8. 8. Graphic Organizer Tools Kidspiration Inspiration Webspiration Grades K-5 Grades 6-Adult Free Online Version
    9. 9. Create an Investigation 1.Choose Topic 2.Collect Media 3.Open Template 4.Insert Video 5.Insert Sound 6.Photo Search/Import 7.Link Web Site 8.Modify Student Responses 9.Save with Template Wizard
    10. 10. Create a Digital Kit A collection of digital materials based upon a unit of instruction Video Segments Sounds Photos Music Web Sites Citations
    11. 11. Media Collection Sites ✴Discovery streaming ✴NASA Multimedia unitedstreaming.com nasa.gov/multimedia ✴Wikimedia ✴Find Sounds commons.wikimedia.org findsounds.com ✴American Memory ✴Arkive Collection arkive.org memory.loc.gov ✴YouTube convert with zamzar.com
    12. 12. Discovery streaming Your One Stop Shop!
    13. 13. Discovery streaming Your One Stop Shop!
    14. 14. Discovery streaming Your One Stop Shop!
    15. 15. Discovery streaming Your One Stop Shop!
    16. 16. Downloading Video Copy and Paste Citation Right Click or Control Click to Download Must be Quicktime to Embed
    17. 17. You Tube from Zamzar Copy and Link to download Choose mov Paste converted file will be for Quicktime YouTube URL sent to your email
    18. 18. Finding Sounds • FindSounds.com • Keyword?? • Listen first • Right Click or Ctrl + Click on Speaker to Download
    19. 19. Insert Video and Sound Select symbol and pull down on Tools to Insert Insert Quicktime and mp3 files only
    20. 20. Improve Media Literacy •Teacher Created •Student Controlled •Pause & Discuss •Rewind and Find •Transfer to Other Video Experiences
    21. 21. 3 Truths and a Lie •Start with Template •Student Created •Import Video and write three facts •Morph 1 Fact into Lie •Test Their Peers
    22. 22. 3 Truths and a Lie •Start with Template •Student Created •Import Video and write three facts •Morph 1 Fact into Lie •Test Their Peers
    23. 23. Ask Good Questions Use Bloom’s Taxonomy to Write Questions
    24. 24. Build Vocabulary • Teacher Created •Student Controlled • Use Word Guide • Add Symbolic Representation • Record Student Voice
    25. 25. Use Jeopardy Format •Show the Answer •Hide the Question in a Note •Teacher or Student Generated
    26. 26. Webspiration •Online version of Inspiration •Work Collaboratively •Export to Inspiration, Word or Google Doc
    27. 27. Why?
    28. 28. Why? • Use Non-Linguistic Representation
    29. 29. Why? • Use Non-Linguistic Representation • Increase Engagement
    30. 30. Why? • Use Non-Linguistic Representation • Increase Engagement • Build Background Knowledge
    31. 31. Why? • Use Non-Linguistic Representation • Increase Engagement • Build Background Knowledge • Focus on Standards
    32. 32. Why? • Use Non-Linguistic Representation • Increase Engagement • Build Background Knowledge • Focus on Standards • Differentiate Content
    33. 33. Why? • Use Non-Linguistic Representation • Increase Engagement • Build Background Knowledge • Focus on Standards • Differentiate Content • Allow for Self Direction
    34. 34. Why? • Use Non-Linguistic Representation • Increase Engagement • Build Background Knowledge • Focus on Standards • Differentiate Content • Allow for Self Direction • Improve Media Literacy
    35. 35. Why? • Use Non-Linguistic Representation • Increase Engagement • Build Background Knowledge • Focus on Standards • Differentiate Content • Allow for Self Direction • Improve Media Literacy • Provide Assessment
    36. 36. Why Not? Why? meet learning styles engage se ss as reinforce focus build background knowledge differentiate
    37. 37. Why Not? meet learning styles engage se ss as reinforce focus build background knowledge differentiate
    38. 38. meet learning styles engage se ss as reinforce focus build background knowledge differentiate
    39. 39. Presentation Resources Technology Integration Made Simple (My Blog) http://web.mac.com/jennifergingerich Inspired Learning Community (Shared Templates) http://www.inspiredlearningcommunity.com/ Discovery Education (Media Resources) http://discoveryeducation.com/ Websipration (Free Online Collaborative Version) http://www.mywebspiration.com/ Zamzar (Convert & Download YouTube Videos) http://www.zamzar.com/
    40. 40. Questions, Ideas... Jennifer Gingerich jennifergingerich@mac.com Technology Integration Made Simple Blog http://web.mac.com/jennifergingerich

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