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  • Using iMovie to Create Math Video ProblemsSean Dardis - sdardis@mattawanschools.orgMattawan Consolidated Schools
  • Example From MACUL QuickTimeª and a AVC Coding decompressor are needed to see this picture.Which is better for table space, circle or square plates?
  • Agenda✤ Why should I care?✤ Teacher made videos✤ Students made videos✤ Questions and comments
  • Student Testimony QuickTimeª and a decompressor are needed to see this picture.
  • A Common View on Teaching Math ✤ Measuring Mathematical Quality of Instruction (MQI) by Heather Hill and colleagues The instructional dimensions measured by MQISource: National Center for Teacher Effectivenesshttp://isites.harvard.edu/icb/icb.do?keyword=mqi_training&pageid=icb.page394700
  • Findings“ ” ✤ Meaning ✤ Hill found that teachers who understood math, were generally better teachers ✤ Though, understanding math did not guarantee being a good math teacher
  • Shifting The Focus, Why Video Problems? Why Video Problems?✤ Moving our focus from the Teacher and Student to the Content
  • What is Real World Math?Our students need to find meaning inthe real world math they do. Does this accomplishmeaning?
  • Making Math Real and Creating Problem Solvers Make your curriculum from real world situations
  • Reasons to Use Video Problems ✤ 1. CCSS Math Practice Standards
  • Reasons to Use Video Problems ✤ 2. Student engagement ✤ Students create a product ✤ 3. Applied mathematics, the way is should be ✤ 4. Differentiation
  • Rush and AJ QuickTimeª and a decompressor are needed to see this picture.
  • A Closer Look at Rush and AJ
  • A Closer Look at Rush and AJ
  • A Closer Look at Rush and AJ
  • As an Instructional Tool✤ Created by teacher✤ Used to introduce or further investigate a concept✤ Can take many different looks Spectrum of teacher videos Inquiry Direct Open-ended Specific questionIn the moment Scripted
  • Inquiry Model QuickTimeª and a decompressor are needed to see this picture.
  • Direct Model QuickTimeª and a decompressor are needed to see this picture.
  • The Brownie ProblemThe problem, in textbookform, from ConnectedMathematics 2:
  • How to Create a Video Inquiry Based Direct ✤ Create or find (for✤ Carry around a video example, from camera, smart phone, textbooks) a real world iPod Touch, etc. scenario that involves math and that has a✤ Record math that you direct question observe in the real world ✤ Film the scenario, or the scripted re-make
  • Middle of the Spectrum✤ Some (maybe even most) videos will not be completely on the left or right end of the spectrum. For example: QuickTimeª and a decompressor are needed to see this picture.
  • Hot Dogs Take 1 QuickTimeª and a decompressor are needed to see this picture.
  • Hot Dogs Take 2 QuickTimeª and a decompressor are needed to see this picture.
  • Student Videos✤ Students can also find meaning in creating videos✤ Again: ✤ 1. CCSS ✤ 2. Real world math ✤ 3. Student engagement ✤ 4. Differentiation
  • The Number One Reason For Video Problems QuickTimeª and a decompressor are needed to see this picture.
  • Student Creation Process✤ The important document: Video Problem Think-Through ✤ Assigned to students as homework periodically ✤ Students may also complete at any time they desire✤ Once approved, they may film their problem
  • Logistics of Filming✤ Cameras: ✤ Our solution- Mattawan Public Education Foundation ✤ Students have access to smartphones, iPod Touch, etc.
  • Logistics of Filming✤ Timing ✤ Once students have permission from parents, they may sign out a Flip Video to take home and film ✤ Students come in at lunch/recess time to film, on own will ✤ Class time set aside to film problems
  • Example 1 QuickTimeª and a decompressor are needed to see this picture.
  • Example 2 QuickTimeª and a decompressor are needed to see this picture.
  • Example 3The Common Core standard:What that may look like: Find the distance between points Find the distance between points (-3, -6) and (-3, -12) (-6, 6) and (11, 6) |-12| - |-6| = 6 |-6| + |11| = 17
  • Example 3 QuickTimeª and a decompressor are needed to see this picture.
  • Can You Do This?✤ Does the math you teach matter?✤ Can your students learn?
  • Share It!✤ Benefits of sharing online: ✤ Student value ✤ Shared resources ✤ Collaboration Video Story Problems on Vimeo
  • Contacts✤ Sean Dardis: sdardis@mattawanschools.org ✤ Twitter: dardiss ✤ Blog: sdardis.blogspot.com✤ Ben Rimes: brimes@mattawanschools.org ✤ Twitter: techsavvyed ✤ Blog: techsavvyed.net