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Faculty migration from text-based to
media-rich content:
crowdsourcing the meaningful
application of LMS (D2L) quizzes
Apr...
Who are we
Marion
Music professor
Plamen
Faculty, who works with
technology and digital literacy
What do we do today (plan)
Present the case of MUSM123
Share our experience with the pedagogical
implications
Share our...
Help us figure out who you are
 Please use your mobile devices:
 smart phones, tablets, laptops
 Open a browser (e.g. G...
Music, education, intelligence
 Organized music lessons appear to benefit children's IQ
and academic performance--and the...
http://blog.stcloudstate.edu/ims/2016/04/13/
students-and-technology/
 2015
 2011
ECAR Student and Faculty Technology Re...
Technological Pedagogical Content
Knowledge (TPAK) framework
 Technological Pedagogical Content Knowledge
(TPACK) is a fr...
Quizzes to test, and quizzes to train
http://blog.stcloudstate.edu/ims/2016/04/13/testing-effect/
http://blog.stcloudstate...
Music, education, multimedia
 Redefining music literacy
The intersection of popular music, technology & music instruction...
 Share our experience with the pedagogical implications
Pedagogy: engagement, understanding
 Publisher textbook
 Supplies quizzes.
 Text-based quizzes – 15-20 per chapter
 Mu...
Ho, W.-C. (2007). Music Students’ Perception of the Use of Multi-Media Technology at
the Graduate Level in Hong Kong Highe...
Share our experience with the
technological complications
Main findings regarding technology:
 D2L is not a good platform to administer multimedia education, being that quizzes or...
LMS (D2L) and (versus) third-party tools
instruction with technology from faculty
perspective
Student-centered instruction with technology
 D2L Brighspace, MediaSpace
 Remind.com (D2L News, D2L SMS)
 Kahoot, Zapti...
Student-centered instruction with technology
 individually and/or in groups
 Podcasting
 Blog, audio blogs, video blogs...
http://blog.stcloudstate.edu/ims/2016/04/13/
students-and-technology/
 2015
 2011
ECAR Student and Faculty Technology Re...
Discussion
To continue our discussion:
 Marion Judish
320-308-3289
mjjudish@stcloudstate.edu
 Plamen Miltenoff
320-308-3072
pmilten...
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Faculty migration from text-based to media-rich content: crowdsourcing the meaningful application of LMS (D2L) quizzes

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Faculty migration from text-based to media-rich content: crowdsourcing the meaningful application of LMS (D2L) quizzes

  1. 1. Faculty migration from text-based to media-rich content: crowdsourcing the meaningful application of LMS (D2L) quizzes April 15, 2016, Normandale Community College Marion Judish, Ph.D., Music Plamen Miltenoff, Ph.D., Technology http://www.slideshare.net/aidemoreto/faculty-migration-from-textbased-to-mediarich-content-crowdsourcing-the-meaningful-application-of-lms-d2l-quizzes http://tinyurl.com/zuxzurz#D2Lmn #MUSM123 InforMedia Services SCSU TechInstruction
  2. 2. Who are we Marion Music professor Plamen Faculty, who works with technology and digital literacy
  3. 3. What do we do today (plan) Present the case of MUSM123 Share our experience with the pedagogical implications Share our experience with the technological complications Discuss with the audience their experience Exchange ideas and solutions
  4. 4. Help us figure out who you are  Please use your mobile devices:  smart phones, tablets, laptops  Open a browser (e.g. Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Internet Explorer)  and log into http://kahoot.it/
  5. 5. Music, education, intelligence  Organized music lessons appear to benefit children's IQ and academic performance--and the longer the instruction continues, the larger the effect, according to a study published in the May issue of the Journal of Educational Psychology (Vol. 98, No. 2). Munsey, C. (2006). Music lessons may boost IQ and grades. American Psychological Association, 37(6), 13. Schellenberg, E. G. (2011); Kaviani, et al. (2014).  Music instruction must be delivered in such a way that music is defined and understood as a discrete, valid, and tangible way of knowing and learning within the literacy mandate. While the established "core" areas of language, math, social studies and science provide important knowledge bases for any musician, success in music will not be found through the exclusive study of literacy in those areas. Neves, V. R. T. (2007). Instrumental Music as Content Literacy Education: An Instructional Framework Based on the Continuous Improvement Process. Retrieved from http://eric.ed.gov/?id=ED499123 More: http://blog.stcloudstate.edu/ims/2016/03/23/music-education-intelligence/
  6. 6. http://blog.stcloudstate.edu/ims/2016/04/13/ students-and-technology/  2015  2011 ECAR Student and Faculty Technology Research Studies
  7. 7. Technological Pedagogical Content Knowledge (TPAK) framework  Technological Pedagogical Content Knowledge (TPACK) is a framework that identifies the knowledge teachers need to teach effectively with technology. The TPACK framework extends Shulman’s idea of Pedagogical Content Knowledge.  http://tpack.org/
  8. 8. Quizzes to test, and quizzes to train http://blog.stcloudstate.edu/ims/2016/04/13/testing-effect/ http://blog.stcloudstate.edu/ims/2016/04/14/change-teaching/ This phenomenon — testing yourself on an idea or concept to help you remember it — is called the “testing effect” or “retrieval practice.” People have known about the idea for centuries. Sir Francis Bacon mentioned it, as did the psychologist William James. In 350 BCE, Aristotle wrote that “exercise in repeatedly recalling a thing strengthens the memory.” But the testing effect had been mostly overlooked in recent years.
  9. 9. Music, education, multimedia  Redefining music literacy The intersection of popular music, technology & music instruction http://www.slideshare.net/ThomasDouglas1960/technology-in-music-art- education Crappell, C., Jacklin, B., & Pratt, C. (2015). Using Multimedia To Enhance Lessons And Recitals. American Music Teacher, 64(6), 10-13.  In the world of music education, teachers are adapting to current trends by using social media, educational apps and mobile devices to enhance student learning experiences.
  10. 10.  Share our experience with the pedagogical implications
  11. 11. Pedagogy: engagement, understanding  Publisher textbook  Supplies quizzes.  Text-based quizzes – 15-20 per chapter  Multiple choice  T/F  Reference to audio excerpts provided on a CD  D2L quizzes  Use Respondus for MS Word files.  Only multiple choice could be imported straight from the MS Word file to D2L  T/F questions had to be manually handled  MediaSpace code copied and pasted in D2L for questions with audio excerpts  MediaSpace  Upload files from CD and process them (tag them) Publisher material, D2L and MediaSpace made questionable if working on more engaging content is worth the time and efforts.
  12. 12. Ho, W.-C. (2007). Music Students’ Perception of the Use of Multi-Media Technology at the Graduate Level in Hong Kong Higher Education. Asia Pacific Education Review, 8(1), 12–26.
  13. 13. Share our experience with the technological complications
  14. 14. Main findings regarding technology:  D2L is not a good platform to administer multimedia education, being that quizzes or training quizzes  Either D2L or the abilities of LAN (Local Area Network), or both, are not up to the task of delivering multimedia content to students.  MediaSpace, AKA Kaltura has a long way to go, before it start rivaling the quality of YouTube.  Good multimedia repertoire must not be confined to the MnSCU-approved tools, such as D2L and MediaSpace. The use of third party, free tools, such as Kahoot, podcasts, Facebook groups and similar social media, offers alternative to backup often failing technology and offer opportunities, which MnSCU tools do not.  Publishing houses have a long way to go, before faculty is satisfy with their output. Respondus still does not crunch T/F question, same goes for multimedia
  15. 15. LMS (D2L) and (versus) third-party tools
  16. 16. instruction with technology from faculty perspective
  17. 17. Student-centered instruction with technology  D2L Brighspace, MediaSpace  Remind.com (D2L News, D2L SMS)  Kahoot, Zaption – http://blog.stcloudstate.edu/ims/2016/01/13/formative-assessment-tools/ opt out of quiz or test.  Social media  YouTube, TeacherTube, SchoolTube: http://blog.stcloudstate.edu/ims/2014/06/20/7- free-social-media-tools-for-teachers/  Facebook groups – a hub of materials found/generated by students. discussions  Twitter – mini (140) blog reflections  Instagram, Vine, Tumbler, Snapchat, Kik, and similar – exchange ideas, help each other  Spotify – record their music, record their story  Pinterest board[s] – http://blog.stcloudstate.edu/ims/2014/02/10/16-ways-teachers- use-pinterest/ collect a visual story,
  18. 18. Student-centered instruction with technology  individually and/or in groups  Podcasting  Blog, audio blogs, video blogs – http://blog.stcloudstate.edu/ims/2015/02/11/discussion- boards-blogs-and-wikis/ a reflection of their learning and thinking  Podcasting: e.g. Podomatic (https://www.podomatic.com/login)  Infographics – http://blog.stcloudstate.edu/ims?s=infographics a midterm project to reflect their thinking  Storytelling (beyond social media) - http://blog.stcloudstate.edu/ims?s=digital+storytelling create music literacy on their own  Badges, gaming and gamification: http://blog.stcloudstate.edu/ims?s=Badges%2C+gaming+and+gamification
  19. 19. http://blog.stcloudstate.edu/ims/2016/04/13/ students-and-technology/  2015  2011 ECAR Student and Faculty Technology Research Studies
  20. 20. Discussion
  21. 21. To continue our discussion:  Marion Judish 320-308-3289 mjjudish@stcloudstate.edu  Plamen Miltenoff 320-308-3072 pmiltenoff@stcloudstate.edu Bibliography: http://blog.stcloudstate.edu/ims/2016/03/23/music-education-intelligence/ http://www.slideshare.net/khbarker2009/technology-in-the-music-classroom http://www.slideshare.net/ThomasDouglas1960/technology-in-music-art-education http://www.slideshare.net/sspengler/technology-supports-for-the-art-and-music-classroom http://www.slideshare.net/DanMassoth/leveraging-technology-in-a-music-classroom

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