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  • BEA IGNITE Nick Taylor University of Texas Pan American Creating Non-Linear PowerPoint Gamesto Create Interesting, Educational and Fun Online/Distance Learning Modules
  • Creating Non-LinearPowerPoint Games To CreateInteresting, Educational andFun Online/Distance LearningModulesNick Taylor Note: This presentation contains embedded audio. Please adjust your speaker volume
  • Imagine you are a student enrolled in a distance learning class You open up this week’s module to this:Read Chapter One. Answer the following questions indetail and post the following to the Discussion Board:What are the advantages of adapting messages toothers? Are there any disadvantages? Use personalexamples and experiences in your answers, but do notmention anyone by name. Respond to at least one otherclassmates posting.*Minimum - 300 words for posting. Response to othersshould be at least two sentences. 3
  • Students expect• To interact with a lessonWhat if…Discussion questionsQuizzesAssignments students trudge through then quickly forget 4
  • Are replaced witha game created in PowerPoint 5
  • Journalism in a war zone You are taking photos of refugees in the Sudan. A woman, who has been caught stealing food, is dragged out of her hut and is being lynched. It is obvious that - her family is hungry and has not eaten for several days. What do you do? Once you have read the scenario click here
  • As a reporter in Rey’s situation would you:Make the photos of the woman beingbeaten to death in the camp. You arethere to tell the story and nothing else.Jump in and try to help the woman.She is a human being and does notdeserve to die for trying to feed herfamily.Run to the closest aid station and letsomeone know what is going on. Youwant to help but it’s not your obligationto intervene. Click here to continue BEA Ignite Click here to go back to presentation scenario
  • This box will provide information on the Make the photos of the woman consequences of the students choicesbeing beaten to death in the camp. The pros of the decision will be given You are there to tell the story and along with the cons. This should cause nothing else the student to question if s/he made the right decision Click Here to return to original choices Considering the new information you have just been provided do you… Next set of choices Next set of choices
  • This box will provide information on theJump in and try to help the woman. consequences of the students choicesShe is a human being and does The pros of the decision will be givennot deserve to die for trying to feed along with the cons. This should causeher family. the student to question if s/he made the right decision Click Here to return to original choices Considering the new information you have just been provided do you… Next set of choices Next set of choices
  • This box will provide information on theRun to the closest aid station and consequences of the students choiceslet someone know what is going The pros of the decision will be givenon. You want to help but it’s not along with the cons. This should causeyour obligation to intervene. the student to question if s/he made the right decision Click Here to return to original choices Considering the new information you have just been provided do you… Next set of choices Next set of choices
  • Conceptual Framework• R.E. Mayer’s Segmentation Principle• R.E. Mayer’s Personalization Principle 11
  • Conceptual FrameworkKhan Academy, TeacherTube, social media 12
  • Click speaker icon to listen Start to narration D. 1 Consequence Chapter 3: s Consequence of choice Risks To Public Decisio s n1 Safety of choice D. 2 Consequence sVideo focusing on Journalist of choicein situation that may risk publicsafety D. 1 Consequence s of choiceAsk question based Consequencon content of video Decisio n2 es Wrap- D. 2 of choice Consequence Up s of choice D, 1 Consequence Consequenc s DecisioClick here to n3 es of choice of choicehighlight paths D. 2 Consequence s of choice
  • Check out of common and into adventure• Utilize nonlinear capabilities of PowerPoint to transform a learning activity into a game Utilize action buttons to draw students into the lesson Action Buttons 14
  • Action buttons create a nonlinear landscape Action button drop down menu located in Slide Show menu Action ButtonsNo Audio this slide 15
  • Upload the project• Now students are ready to explore the world you created 16
  • Students… • Can experience the consequences of their decisions • Most important, students are learning!No Audio this slide 17