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  • 1. Visual Literacy Science 8/13/09
  • 2. National Students Educational Teachers Technology Standards
  • 3. ? ? fus ion ? Con ? ? ? cks !!! Ro ? ? ? ? ? ?
  • 4. 60.000 x faster than text
  • 5. Guidelines for Best Practice
  • 6. 1. Images must specifically illustrate the targeted content and match the instructional goal.
  • 7. 2. Ensure that students have a meaningful interaction with images or video.
  • 8. Earth at Night The Skill of Picture Reading
  • 9. Questioning vs Telling
  • 10. 3. Make sure the images and videos supplement your good instruction, not replace it.
  • 11. The Meniscus
  • 12. Science Safety
  • 13. 4. Model appropriate use and attribution of copyrighted digital images and video.
  • 14. Creative Commons
  • 15. Best Practices
  • 16. E n g a g e
  • 17. Student Generated Images
  • 18. Collect Visual Data
  • 19. • Virtual Collections • Life Cycles • Long-term Events • Before/During/After pictures of experiments
  • 20. Analysis of Images • Observe • Infer • Questions
  • 21. Artwork Thanks • Image: 'autism neuroimaging study' by Ian Ruotsala at www.flickr.com/photos/46813052@/189736044 • Image: 'underneath a star' by jaeWALK at www.flickr.com/photos/ 31874781@N00/3133924813 • Image: 'Daphnies' by ComputerHotline at www.flickr.com/photos/ 36519414@N00/1570948622 • Daphnia pulex Heart Beat by acociles at http:// www.youtube.com/watch?v=ibDwYghgb2k • Earth at Night Credit: C. Mayhew & R. Simmon (NASA/GSFC), NOAA/NGDC, DMSP Digital Archive at http://apod.gsfc.nasa.gov/ apod/ap081005.html
  • 22. Artwork Thanks! • Image: 'Future is Bright !' by rAmmoRRison www.flickr.com/photos/73662475@N00/2651957971 • http://morrisonlabs.com/meniscus.htm • Image: 'breakaway' by Sean Wallis at www.flickr.com/ photos/32868342@N00/1467357780 • Image: 'hook' by EssjayNZ at www.flickr.com/photos/ 19387816@N00/2809206955 • www.kaboodle.com/channel/gadgets/post/watch-your- plants-grow
  • 23. Work Cited • Bell, Randy, Gess-Newsome Julie, and Luft, Julie: Technology in the Secondary Science Classroom: NSTA Press, 2008 • Dean Shareski at MICDS Summer Institute on 7/13/09. Presentation: “Let’s Get Visual” • National Educational Technology Standards from ISTE at: http://www.iste.org/AM/ Template.cfm?Section=NETS