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  • Think back to a multimedia presentation you have attended.
  • formal
  • boring
  • interactive
  • Multimedia has gotten a bad wrap due to power point. Perhaps you’ve even seen the ‘death by power point’ video on you tube. In this multimedia presentation I hope you will see that multimedia has the potential to engage our students in higher levels of learning
  • What exactlly is multimedia? If we were in the same room I’d ask you to throw out some ideas. But since we’re not, here are a few examples. Text is most common thing you think of. Images like clip art or charts are often used as well
  • The one previously described or this lecture….
  • Your going to lose your audience with that type of multimedia presentation.
  • http://www.nola.com/speced/lastchance/multimedia/flash.ssf?flashlandloss1.swf
  • Springboard for discussion
  • Multimedia has gotten a bad wrap due to power point. Perhaps you’ve even seen the ‘death by power point’ video on you tube. In this multimedia presentation I hope you will see that multimedia has the potential to engage our students in higher levels of learning
  • Skills Gap http://www.nam.org/~/media/Files/s_nam/docs/235800/235731.pdf.ashx Slide 5 and 6 Partnership For 21 st Century (pg 9-20)

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  • 1. The Power Of Multimedia Not Just Another Power Point By: Christie Rickert
  • 2. Let’s Get On The Same Page… (Microsoft, 2009)
  • 3. Think about a multimedia presentation you have attended .
  • 4. Is this what you picture? (Microsoft, 2009)
  • 5. Or this? (Microsoft, 2009)
  • 6. ENGAGING Or this? (Microsoft, 2009)
  • 7. Power Point has a bad reputation.
    • Have you watched
    • “ Death By
    • Power Point”
    • on You Tube?
  • 8. Learn from the experts…
    • Visit:
    www.garrreynolds.com
  • 9. If you remember one thing, remember this: (Microsoft, 2009)
  • 10. It’s time to… (Microsoft, 2009)
  • 11. Unw rap The Potential of Multi media (Microsoft, 2009)
  • 12. Students Today Are Different (Reynolds, 2009)
  • 13. Are we teaching them different? (Microsoft, 2009)
  • 14. Our Mission… The mission of Hays CISD, an innovative community of learners that values the diversity and legacy of the people, is to nurture students to become extraordinary citizens through unique, personal educational experiences.
  • 15. Multimedia Can Help… The mission of Hays CISD, an innovative community of learners that values the diversity and legacy of the people, is to nurture students to become extraordinary citizens through unique , personal educational experiences .
  • 16. What is multimedia, anyway?
  • 17. Some Types of Multimedia Interactivity Animation Video Audio Text Images Multimed ia
  • 18. Which classroom would you rather be in? (Microsoft, 2009)
  • 19. This is the OLD Multimedia
  • 20. Effect of Erosion in New Orleans
    • Factors that affect shoreline:
      • Levees and Jetties
      • Canals and Channels
      • Land Subsidence
      • Saltwater Intrusion
      • Invasive Species
      • Sea-Level Rise
    • LA is losing 24 square miles of wetlands each year
    • Devastating hurricanes such as Katrina contribute to the land loss
    • New Orleans may be under water by 2020
  • 21. YOU WILL LOSE YOUR AUDIENCE WITH THAT POWER POINT! (Microsoft, 2009)
  • 22. This is the NEW Multimedia
  • 23. click to play (Swenson, 2008)
  • 24. Use this to…
    • Observe
    • Examine
    • Analyze
    • Question
    • Research
    • Discuss
    • Conclude
    • Justify
    (Microsoft, 2009)
  • 25. Two presentations, same content.
  • 26. Which would you remember?
  • 27. Is your audience…
    • Consuming Information
    • Or
    • Generating Information
    • (Digital Learning, 2007)
  • 28. Multimedia is not just for adults. (Microsoft, 2009)
  • 29. If you were a farmer, would you water your crop?
  • 30. We are growing leaders. Give them the tools they need. (Microsoft, 2009)
  • 31. Picture This…
    • Student Led Conferences
    • Group Presentations
    • Portfolios/Performance Assessment
    • Computer Based Instruction
    • Web 2.0
  • 32. Why use multimedia?
  • 33. Brain Research … People learn better when visual aides accompany text. (Microsoft, 2009)
  • 34. Are we reaching our audience? (Microsoft, 2009)
  • 35. Our Learners Are “Digital Natives”
    • What does that mean to us?
  • 36. Meet Claire Hays Kindergartener 2014 (Rickert, 2011)
  • 37. Claire has used an iPad since she was 1. (Rickert, 2011)
  • 38. Meet Sarah Hays 3 rd Grader Class of 2020 (Rickert, 2011)
  • 39.
    • Sarah has started a business, posted a video on You Tube, has a website, has written books, enjoys photography, music, theater, and plays many online games.
    • Click picture to visit Sarah’s website.
    (Rickert, 2011)
  • 40. I’ll ask again…
  • 41. Are we reaching our audience? (Microsoft, 2009)
  • 42. Digital Natives
    • Utilize the Internet…
    • Embrace Creativity…
    • Need real world application…
    • Like Technology…
    • Like To Create Things…
    • And more…
    (Microsoft, 2009)
  • 43. Multimedia is not just COOL (Microsoft, 2009)
  • 44. Using Multimedia Will Develop
    • Communication skills
    • Public speaking experience
    • Creativity
    • Information Literacy Skills
    • Technology Applications
  • 45. But, I don’t have time!
  • 46. Don’t reinvent the wheel. Leverage online resources.
  • 47. It’s Just Good Teaching.
  • 48. Better Teaching = Better Performance (Microsoft, 2009)
  • 49. Our Teachers Need The Skills (Microsoft, 2009)
  • 50. Do you remember the point?
  • 51. If you remember one thing, remember this: (Microsoft, 2009)
  • 52. It’s time to… (Microsoft, 2009)
  • 53. Unw rap The Potential of Multi media (Microsoft, 2009)
  • 54. References
    • Digital Learning. (2007). David Warlick at 2007 AASB conference in Alaska [Video] Retrieved from http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cCnqF132l1c&feature=player_embedded
    • Microsoft Office Clip Art Gallery. (2010). Clip Art Photographs . Retrieved February 2, 2010 from http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/clipart/.
    • Reynolds, Peter. Thinkfinity. (2009). The 21st Century Kid. Retrieved on February 2, 2010 from http://www.thinkfinity.org/documents/53839_Verizon_LoresX.pdf.
    • Rickert, Christie. (2011). Claire [Photo].
    • Rickert, Christie. (2011). Coloralistics [Photo].
    • Rickert, Christie (2011). Claire on iPad [Photo].
    • Rickert, Christie (2011). Sarah [Photo].
    • Swenson, Dan (2008). The rise and disappearnace of southeast Louisiana. [Video] Retrieved from http://www.nola.com/speced/lastchance/multimedia/flash.ssf?flashlandloss1.swf