Leveraging Examples in E-learning   A worked example is a step-  by-step demonstration of how  to solve a problem or  acco...
Find the "on" button on top of the camera andpress it. Wait for it to turn on and load.
Look into LCD screen on back of camera to aim thecamera at whatever your target is. Zoom in or out ifnecessary.
Once target is in the screen how you want it, holdthe camera still, press and hold in the button untilthe camera flashes.
In fading, provide a fully worked example similar to thedemonstrations given. Follow the initial example with asecond exam...
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  1. 1. Leveraging Examples in E-learning A worked example is a step- by-step demonstration of how to solve a problem or accomplish a task. By Sweetmore
  2. 2. Find the "on" button on top of the camera andpress it. Wait for it to turn on and load.
  3. 3. Look into LCD screen on back of camera to aim thecamera at whatever your target is. Zoom in or out ifnecessary.
  4. 4. Once target is in the screen how you want it, holdthe camera still, press and hold in the button untilthe camera flashes.
  5. 5. In fading, provide a fully worked example similar to thedemonstrations given. Follow the initial example with asecond example, in which most of the steps are workedout and the learner completes the final steps. Asexamples progress, the learner gradually completesmore of the steps. At the end the learner takes thepictures entirely on his own and upload on thecomputer.Encourage self-explanations using techniques orstrategies to take pictures. Students learn to use thecamera on their own practicing new skills to get the bestimages from different angles.
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