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Visual Aids

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Short presentation to faculty on use of visual aids in the classroom and how visual aids tie into Marzano's 9 best practices.

Short presentation to faculty on use of visual aids in the classroom and how visual aids tie into Marzano's 9 best practices.

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  • 1. The “Eyes” Have It! Using Visual Aids in the Classroom Jennifer Krupala TMS Media Specialist 2008
  • 2. Why Visual Aids?
    • Marzano:
      • According to research, knowledge is stored in two forms: linguistic and visual. The more students use both forms in the classroom, the more opportunity they have to achieve. Recently, use of nonlinguistic representation has proven to not only stimulate but also increase brain activity.
      • Applications: * Incorporate words and images using symbols to represent relationships. * Use physical models and physical movement to represent information.
  • 3. TMS Library Resources
    • Video list by subject
    • Search the library catalog (steroids)
    • Use a database ()
    • Use the scanner!
      • Photosynthesis
      • An Island Grows There
    • Elmos
  • 4. Online Resources
    • Discovery Education
      • Videos (body)
      • Teacher Guides and Lesson Plans (body)
      • Handouts (math)
      • Writing Prompts (allowance/money)
      • Atlas (Australia)
    • LookyBook (You Can’t See Your Bones With Binoculars, The Extinct Files, Owls, Prince’s Diary, Casey at the Bat)
  • 5. Resources
    • All Subjects : Scholastic News
      • Stories w/lesson plans, virtual interviews, etc.
    • Math : Kidspiration Templates for Math
      • Link also includes PPT games, Excel Activities
    • Social Studies : Whitehouse Tour and Games
    • Science : Astrophysics interactive lessons
      • includes scientific method with facts vs. inferences
  • 6. How can we use these resources?
    • Modified Cornell Notes
    • Small group
    • Extension/Remediation
    • Tutorials
    • Student Presentations
    • Your ideas…? EXIT Slip

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