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IWB Workshop Part 1: Reveal Techniques

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Slides from a workshop on using different "reveal techniques" with Interactive White Boards.

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IWB Workshop Part 1: Reveal Techniques

  1. 1. Creative Teaching Using Your IWB flickr user dkuropatwa Headshot July 2008 by Westlake High School Austin, Texas October 12, 2009 Darren Kuropatwa eBeam Edge by flickr user eBeam adifference.blogspot.com
  2. 2. 1351 miles
  3. 3. AGENDA 9:00 - 9:30 Basic Reveal Techniques 9:30 - 10:00 Hands On: Advanced Reveal Techniques & Challenges BREAK anytime during the hands on sessions 10:00 - 10:30 IWBs and Web 2.0 • slideshare • blogs • wolframalpha • fooplot 10:30 - 11:00 Hands On: Working with Video • kick, kiss, or pwn • chop • Spock and Laurie Anderson • screenr and jing 11:00 - 12:00 Design Matters! (an exploration of the intersection between presentation design, visual design, and instructional design) 12:00 - 1:00 LUNCH
  4. 4. AGENDA 1:00 - 1:30 Basic Reveal Techniques 1:30 - 2:00 Hands On: Advanced Reveal Techniques & Challenges BREAK anytime during the hands on sessions 2:00 - 2:30 IWBs and Web 2.0 • slideshare • blogs • wolframalpha • fooplot 2:30 - 3:00 Hands On: Working with Video • kick, kiss, or pwn • chop • Spock and Laurie Anderson • screenr and jing 3:00 - 4:00 Design Matters! (an exploration of the intersection between presentation design, visual design, and instructional design)
  5. 5. http://smartwestlake.pbworks.com/
  6. 6. Elementary Reveal Techniques uncovered by flickr user cambiodefractal
  7. 7. Factorial Notation screenshade Definition: reveal n! = n•(n-1)•(n-2)•(n-3)• ......•3•2•1 0! = 1 Examples: 4! = 4•3•2•1 4! = 24 On the calculator: [MATH] [<] [4] Examples: 6! = 6•5•4•3•2•1 6! = 720
  8. 8. Combinations (the "Choose" Formula) A combination is arrangement of objects where order does not matter. move to back n is the number of objects On the calculator ... available to be arranged Press: [MATH] [<] (Prb) [3] (nCr) r is the number of objects that are being arranged.
  9. 9. The Triangle Method ... We use the triangle method when the vectors are arranged tip-to-tail. 6cm enlarge Scale: 1 cm = 2 km reveal 10cm RESULTANT 23.4 km 59° S of E RESULTANT 11.7 cm 59° S of E Remember, we use measurements with a ruler and protractor to find the "answers."
  10. 10. A large black ant pulls a breadcrumb N32°E with a force of 0.03 N. A small red ant pulls with a 0.045 N force in the direction E5°S. Determine the magnitude and direction of the resultant force. enlarge HOMEWORK 0.0644 N BEARING 70.48° reveal
  11. 11. Expand and simplify ... erase reveal a+b 2 3 3 4 6 4 delete reveal
  12. 12. Rhonda lives 5 km from Morris in a SW direction. Travis lives 5 km SW of Thompson. Are the two vector quantities equal? Explain. delete reveal move to back reveal
  13. 13. What happens when the base of an exponential function is negative? x co-creating ƒ(x) = (-2) notes ƒ(x) = (-2) x ≠ ƒ(x) = -2 x
  14. 14. Identify each of the following quantities as scalar or vector. infinite clone, scalar vector drag'n drop (a) There are five people living (e) Jeff was driving at in the house just north of yours. 100 km/h for 40 minutes. (b) The airplane flew 515 (f) Jess jogged six blocks km/h at a bearing of 315°. west along Portage Avenue. (c) Today we had a (g) The boat was headed 30 km/h north wind. N42°W across the lake. (d) There are 24 (h) The tires were worn out after 120 000 students in math class. kilometres of driving to and from work.
  15. 15. Identify each of the following quantities as scalar or vector. layering reveal (a) There are five people living (e) Jeff was driving at in the house just north of yours. 100 km/h for 40 minutes. vector? scalar (b) The airplane flew 515 (f) Jess jogged six blocks km/h at a bearing of 315°. west along Portage Avenue. vector vector (c) Today we had a (g) The boat was headed 30 km/h north wind. N42°W across the lake. scalar neither (d) There are 24 (h) The tires were worn out after 120 000 students in math class. kilometres of driving to and from work. scalar scalar
  16. 16. Reveal Technique Challenges puzzled by flickr user onkel_wart
  17. 17. Challenge #1 grow and reveal I'm a butterfly am I? What touch me
  18. 18. Challenge #2 drop and reveal What am I eating? cookies
  19. 19. Challenge #3 flashing text Which word is most favourite ?
  20. 20. Challenge #4 touch and reveal vertex y-int x-int
  21. 21. Challenge #5 touch and scroll Why three different names? x-int (graphically) zeroes (numerically) roots (symbolically)
  22. 22. Challenge #6 hot links {home} Video Activity Reflection
  23. 23. Challenge #6 hot links {video} Video Activity Reflection Home
  24. 24. Challenge #6 hot links {activity} Video Activity Reflection Home
  25. 25. Challenge #6 hot links {reflection} Video Activity Reflection Home

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