One, Many, Any, Every

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TCEA, 2011 presentation for TechSmith Corporation

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  • Session Description:Different classes require different communication mediums. In any given day, a teacher may use one-to-many communication during a lesson, one-to-one when assessing a pupils work or speaking with parents and many-to-one when receiving homework assignments from an entire class. This presentation demonstrates how to create digital learning content for all situations, for anyone, everywhere.Brief intro/awarenessabout Jing and Camtasia…and how these programs can also help you communicate with students, parents, staff.Explain how Relay was developed for educators…and is meant to be implemented across your school.
  • Key points:Simple learning curveChoose your audio device and click RECProfiles are setup ahead of time…and consist of video formats and destinations for your videosYou can record with/without an Internet connectionWe even have a Portable Recorder, which makes it easy to get your students involved; or record anywhere on any machine
  • Perhaps the most common use for Camtasia Relay today…and what it was originally designed for. (One-to-Many Communication)Great for recording lectures, lessons, explaining student projects.Make lessons available to students to help them review and study for tests.
  • Working with individual students, or communicating with parents.Host videos in a password protected folder on Screencast.com.
  • Portable Recorder, allows for communication back and forth, spending time going through a big projectCrowdsourcing – Ask students to do a research project… (i.e. find good websites about a specific topic) …record their findings and submit to you.Assignment feedback – Get students involved for peer evaluation of projectsProgress reports – Have students submit video reports about their progress throughout a class project; or submit their final project as a video
  • One, Many, Any, Every

    1. 1. One, many, any, every –communicating with digital content
    2. 2. Camtasia Relay Overview
    3. 3. Relay Recorder
    4. 4. One-to-ManyLecturesPre-assignment prepRecorded presentations
    5. 5. One-to-OneParent-teacher conferencesTutoringProgress reports
    6. 6. Many-to-OneCrowdsourcingAssignment feedbackProgress reports
    7. 7. A Student Example
    8. 8. Additional resources can be found in theTechSmith Learning Center:http://www.techsmith.com/learn
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