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Using Video Streaming to Enhance Classroom Instruction April 24, 2008 Anupam Chugh and Steve Michael IMTS Consultants Wayne RESA
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
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)
Reinforce current events
Closure to a lesson
Lends itself to spontaneity in the classroom
Sick student? Save to a zip, cd, or flash drive
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
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)
Some content areas are not well developed (music, Michigan History, etc.)
Questions/Comments Questions/problems - contact me at email@example.com
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.