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    • Using Video Streaming to Enhance Classroom Instruction April 24, 2008 Anupam Chugh and Steve Michael IMTS Consultants Wayne RESA
    • Agenda
      • What is video streaming?
      • How is video streaming used in the classroom? Look at a few samples
      • Appropriate use of video streaming (copyright, citation, etc.)
      • Log on to streaming site to search for content
      • Overview of site, search options, etc.
      • Explore additional features (calendar, quiz builder, etc.)
      • Hands-on practice, create short lesson
      • Digitized video content delivered via the Internet
      • Available 24/7 (VOD)
      • Segmented into short clips/chapters
      • Can be downloaded to a computer for later use
        • Burned to CD
        • Added to Powerpoint
        • Stored on other removable storage drive (flash drive)
        • Uploaded to a learning management system
      What is Video Streaming?
      • Video content engages students
      • Use of multimedia & technology improves teacher performance
      • Changes student-teacher interaction in ways that facilitate student achievement
      • Research shows that appropriate use of video in the classroom and improve student achievement
      • Today’s learners are visual
      Why?
    • Research Effective teaching with classroom videos. Videocassette, 100% Educational Videos, 2004, 30 minutes. Boster, F. J. & staff. “2004 unitedstreaming™ Evaluation:6th and 8th Grade Mathematics in the Los Angeles Unified School.” Cometrika, Inc., 2004. Boster, F. J., Meyer, G. S., Roberto, A. J., & Inge, C. C. “A report on the effect of the unitedstreaming (tm) application on educational performance.” Farmville, VA: Longwood University, 2002. Reed, Ron. “Streaming technology improves student achievement,” T.H.E Journal . Tustin: Feb., 2003, Vol 30, Iss. 7; pg 14, 4 pgs.
    • How Teachers are Using it
      • A few ways that Wayne county teachers are currently using video streaming
      • Start lesson with short clip to “hook” students
      • At the end of a lesson
      • “ Just-in-time” learning (to answer student questions as they come up in the class)
      • Special needs (ESL, hearing impaired, autistic)
      • “ This day in history …” (interactive calendar)
      • Online quizzes with videos
    • Other ways that teacher can use video streaming
      • Address various learning styles easily (differentiated instruction)
      • Learning Stations
      • Reinforce current events
      • Inquiry-based learning
      • Reinforcement
      • Closure to a lesson
      • Lends itself to spontaneity in the classroom
      • Sick student? Save to a zip, cd, or flash drive
    • Sample Lessons
      • ELA Early Elemntary (video streaming used to introduce a lesson)
      • ELA Elementary School (video streaming used as a writing prompt)
      • Math Middle School (video streaming used for problem solving)
    • Video streaming challenges/limitations
      • Bandwidth
        • Need broadband Internet Connection (cable, DSL, T1)
      • Content challenges and Rights
        • Copyright/Fair Use – content is available only to licensed buildings (teachers can use at home and school)
        • Digital Rights
        • Some content areas are not well developed (music, Michigan History, etc.)
    • Questions/Comments Questions/problems - contact me at chugha@resa.net
    • References
      • Boster, F. J., Meyer, G. S., Roberto, A. J., & Inge, C. C. “A report on the effect of the unitedstreaming (tm) application on educational performance.” Farmville, VA: Longwood University, 2002.
      • McCaffrey, Meg. “Praise for video streaming service.” School Library Journal . New York: April, 2003. Vol 49, Iss. 4; pg. 34. 1 pgs.
      • Reed, Ron. “Streaming technology improves student achievement,” T.H.E Journal . Tustin: Feb., 2003, Vol 30, Iss. 7; pg 14, 4 pgs.
      • Website Resources:
      • http://www.unitedstreaming.com
      • http://techtoon.tripod.com
      • http: //teacherworld . com/potdale .html
      • http://michigan.gov/mde