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This ppt discusses why someone would create a video podcast for their class and some of the basic things that they need.

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  • 1. Mastery Learning In Chemistry - RHS
  • 2. Deb’s Objectives
    • Describe our use of “vodcasting” and explain Mastery Learning
    • Discuss successes and hurdles
    • Use Camtasia – make a vodcast
    • Provide time for discussion and questions
  • 3. Jumping in the Deep End
    • Jing and “Jaws”
    • On my own…yikes!
    • Woodland Park, CO
    • Spring 2009
    • This year
  • 4. How does this work?
    • Packet
    • Packet is “order of worship”
    • Frequent Evaluations
    • 80% Mastery
  • 5. Typical Day
    • Practice – (students check own WITH student mentor)
    • Demonstrations and Labs
    • Watching lecture (discouraged)
    • Reading – Reading Guides
    • Quizzes (graded WITH student)
    • Tests
  • 6. Demonstrations
    • I perform demonstrations for 3 or 4 students, not for a whole class.
  • 7. Labs
    • 2 or 3 students complete a lab together.
    • Once they have finished, they meet with me to discuss their understandings.
  • 8. Lecture
    • This student got sick for an extended period. He did not miss a single lecture. He had all the resources he needed to get caught up.
  • 9. Practice, Quizzes & Tests
    • Students practiced until they mastered.
    • There’s no reason to copy, because if you don’t understand, you don’t move on.
  • 10. Benefits
    • Differentiation
    Learning - Understanding Relationships Cheating doesn’t pay!
  • 11. Hurdles
    • Access
    • Chaos
    • Time
    • Technology
  • 12. AP Chemistry
    • Not self paced.
    • Students watch the lectures as homework.
    • In Class
      • More time for discussion
      • More time to answer questions
      • Time in class to PRACTICE
      • Labs, demos, etc.
  • 13. If not mastery, then WHY?
    • Absences
      • Yours
      • Your Student’s
    • Difficult Concepts
    • Need for TIME
      • Class can be used for more than dispensing info
    • OTHERS (?)
  • 14. What do you need?
    • Software
      • Good: Jing (free download)
      • Better: Smart Recorder (on your smartboard)
      • Best: Camtasia
    • Microphone
  • 15. Propagation (Where do I put my video?)
    • Shared Folder – (Space)
    • Blog
    • Youtube.com
    • Blip.tv
    • State media server
  • 16. Summary