What	  Does	  Video	  Have?	         1)	  Any5me	  access	                2)	  Pause,	  fast	                 forward	  an...
The	  Video	  Difference	       v Redesigned	  online	           stats	  using	  video	                v Improved	       ...
“It	  is	  as	  if	  we	         are	  in	  the	         classroom,	         except	  we	         can	  be	  in	  our	    ...
"I	  can	  actually	  watch	  these	  	  videos	  on	  my	  iPhone	  when	  I	  am	  taking	  a	  	  break	  at	  	  work....
“I	  dont	  miss	         a	  beat,	  and	  if	         I	  do,	  I	  	  can	         just	  rewind	         or	  pause	  ...
“Love	  these	          videos	  and	             wish	  all	               online	              classes	         would	  ...
“There	  arent	         words	  to	         describe	  my	         happiness	  with	         having	  these	         video...
 	  What	  could	             video	  do	               for	  the	          classroom?	  
Video	  in	  the	  Classroom	  a)  Something	  exci5ng	  b)  Famous	  guest	      speakers	  	  c)  Review	  outside	  cla...
Flipped	  Classroom	  
Flipping	  allows	  for:	  1.  Focus	  on	      problem	      solving	  2.  Peer-­‐to-­‐peer	      instruc5on	  3.  Immedi...
Before	  inven5ng	      the	  wheel…	  
Khan	  Academy	  
Teacher	         Tube	  
iTunes	  U	  
Academic	  Earth	  
How	  do	  we	   create?	  
Webcams/Flips/Vid	  Cams	  
Smart	  Pens	  
SMART	  Boards	  Write	        Talk	     Draw	     Record	  	     $$$	  
Mic	  
Free	  Alterna5ve	  to	  Camtasia	  
iMovie	        Video	  Edi5ng	  &	  Producing	          No	  Screen	  Capturing	        Free	  with	  any	  Mac	  
Wacom	            • USB	  Wacom	   • No	  display	  Bamboo	            • LCD	  Wacom	     Display	   Cin5q	  
Tablet	  –	  Dell	  PC	                                     Tablet	  &	                                      laptop	      ...
Screen	  Chomp	  App	  
Camtasia	  Studio	  
Calculator	  and	  Tablet	  Videos	  
TI	  SmartView	  
YouTube	                Free	  	                  Easy	                Ubiquitous	  
How	  do	  we	  create	  great	    videos?	  
Videos	  should…	  
Tell	  a	  Story	  
What	  story	  will	  you	  tell?	  	  
What	  story	  will	  you	  tell?	  	  
Advice	  from	  YouTube	  Partner	  
Be	  a	  Timeless	  Classic	  
Maximize	  visual	  and	       audio	     content	  
Be	  Ubiquitous	  
Students	  watch	  videos	  that	  are…	  
More	  video	  design	  5ps?	  
Sources	  v 	  Images	  from	  Aus5n	  Peay’s	  Public	    Rela5ons,	  Trey	  Ratcliff’s	  Stuck	  in	  Customs,	    and	 ...
Looking at Class Through the Looking Glass
Looking at Class Through the Looking Glass
Looking at Class Through the Looking Glass
Looking at Class Through the Looking Glass
Looking at Class Through the Looking Glass
Looking at Class Through the Looking Glass
Looking at Class Through the Looking Glass
Looking at Class Through the Looking Glass
Looking at Class Through the Looking Glass
Looking at Class Through the Looking Glass
Looking at Class Through the Looking Glass
Looking at Class Through the Looking Glass
Looking at Class Through the Looking Glass
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Here are the slides from my NCTM St. Louis presentation in 2011, Looking at Class Through the Looking Glass, which explores how we can use instructional video to mirror lectures in mathematical classrooms. Unfortunately, I do not have an accompanying report for this talk, and the slides don't stand alone well. This talk is similar to previous talks, though - I Capture the Classroom, Making Math Move, and Teaching with the Tube - for which I have either video or accompanying reports on my website, www.apsu.edu/smythe/presentations.htm.

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Looking at Class Through the Looking Glass

  1. 1. What  Does  Video  Have?   1)  Any5me  access   2)  Pause,  fast   forward  and   rewind,  and   3)  Watch  over  and   over  again.  2007
  2. 2. The  Video  Difference   v Redesigned  online   stats  using  video   v Improved   ü  Engagement   ü  Reten5on   ü  Learning    v Here  is  what  students   are  saying…  
  3. 3. “It  is  as  if  we   are  in  the   classroom,   except  we   can  be  in  our   jammies  like   that  girl  on   TV!”  2008
  4. 4. "I  can  actually  watch  these    videos  on  my  iPhone  when  I  am  taking  a    break  at    work."  
  5. 5. “I  dont  miss   a  beat,  and  if   I  do,  I    can   just  rewind   or  pause  to   work  a   problem.”      2008
  6. 6. “Love  these   videos  and   wish  all   online   classes   would  have   this.”  2008
  7. 7. “There  arent   words  to   describe  my   happiness  with   having  these   videos  to   accompany  the   text.”  2008
  8. 8.    What  could   video  do   for  the   classroom?  
  9. 9. Video  in  the  Classroom  a)  Something  exci5ng  b)  Famous  guest   speakers    c)  Review  outside  class  
  10. 10. Flipped  Classroom  
  11. 11. Flipping  allows  for:  1.  Focus  on   problem   solving  2.  Peer-­‐to-­‐peer   instruc5on  3.  Immediate   feedback  
  12. 12. Before  inven5ng   the  wheel…  
  13. 13. Khan  Academy  
  14. 14. Teacher   Tube  
  15. 15. iTunes  U  
  16. 16. Academic  Earth  
  17. 17. How  do  we   create?  
  18. 18. Webcams/Flips/Vid  Cams  
  19. 19. Smart  Pens  
  20. 20. SMART  Boards  Write   Talk   Draw   Record     $$$  
  21. 21. Mic  
  22. 22. Free  Alterna5ve  to  Camtasia  
  23. 23. iMovie   Video  Edi5ng  &  Producing   No  Screen  Capturing   Free  with  any  Mac  
  24. 24. Wacom   • USB  Wacom   • No  display  Bamboo   • LCD  Wacom   Display   Cin5q  
  25. 25. Tablet  –  Dell  PC   Tablet  &   laptop   Pen  $$   Hinge  for   swiveling  
  26. 26. Screen  Chomp  App  
  27. 27. Camtasia  Studio  
  28. 28. Calculator  and  Tablet  Videos  
  29. 29. TI  SmartView  
  30. 30. YouTube   Free     Easy   Ubiquitous  
  31. 31. How  do  we  create  great   videos?  
  32. 32. Videos  should…  
  33. 33. Tell  a  Story  
  34. 34. What  story  will  you  tell?    
  35. 35. What  story  will  you  tell?    
  36. 36. Advice  from  YouTube  Partner  
  37. 37. Be  a  Timeless  Classic  
  38. 38. Maximize  visual  and   audio   content  
  39. 39. Be  Ubiquitous  
  40. 40. Students  watch  videos  that  are…  
  41. 41. More  video  design  5ps?  
  42. 42. Sources  v   Images  from  Aus5n  Peay’s  Public   Rela5ons,  Trey  Ratcliff’s  Stuck  in  Customs,   and  all  over  the  web  v   Videos  from  YouTube,  used  with   permission  v   Resources  at:  www.apsu.edu/smythe/presenta5ons.htm  youtube.com/user/ellensmyth  

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