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Gormley & McDermott, NYSRA 2013

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This is the PPt for our NYS Reading Association Presentation, October 27, 2013.

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Gormley & McDermott, NYSRA 2013

  1. 1. Using Multimedia Composing for Engaging ALL Learners Kathleen A. Gormley The Sage Colleges Peter McDermott Pace University Presentation at the NYS  Reading Association  Conference    Albany, NY on October 27, 2013 
  2. 2. 2   Professors Who Are We? of Literacy   NYS Reading Association Officers   Digital Literacy Committee CoChairs, NYSRA   Writers   Consumers of Technology
  3. 3. 3 Give us your email and you’ll be invited to Dropbox for pdf of handout and more!
  4. 4. What do we mean by composing?   Multimedia video)   Which   More (text, image, sound and/or elements--depends on purpose than simply writing   Broad support for multimedia composing in CCSS
  5. 5. Who should compose with multimedia?   Teacher composing Instruction—flipped classroom   Reteaching   Modeling     Shared composing (teacher and students; student and student; group of students) Collaboration for learning   Showcasing shared understanding     Student Homework   Summaries  
  6. 6.   Allyn (2013)   Calkins, Ehrensworth & Lehman. (2012)   McLaughlin & Overturf (2012)   CC ELA Standards
  7. 7.   Woven throughout the CCSS   Communication for 21st Century   College and Career Ready   Authentic, engaging opportunities
  8. 8.  Broad standards that cross the Common core  Anchor Standards in Writing – most relevant to multimedia composing, including screencasting
  9. 9. Production and Distribution of Writing   W5: Develop and strengthen writing as needed by planning, revising, editing, rewriting, or trying a new approach
  10. 10. Production and Distribution of Writing   W6: Use technology, including the Internet, to produce and publish writing and to interact and collaborate with others.   Most obvious support of multimedia composing.
  11. 11. Research to Build and Present Knowledge   W8: Develop and strengthen writing as needed by planning, revising, editing, rewriting, or trying a new approach.
  12. 12.   Jing   Audioboo   Screencast-o-matic   Voicethread   Knovio   Eyejot   Animoto   Garageband   Screenr (Mac)   Audacity (PC)
  13. 13.   Recording of computer screen with audio (music and/or voice)   Typically can be embedded or linked by URL   Many options to develop screencasts
  14. 14.   Any combination of visual, text and/or audio   Nonlinear   Storyboarding and planning   Digital Storytelling, argument, informational purposes
  15. 15.   Free, need to install on computer   Record screen and audio   Can also take screen snapshot   Safe for elementary students   http:// www.techsmith.com/ jing.html
  16. 16.   Screenshots   Capture images (jpegs)   Screen capture Whatever is on computer screen as well as voice   Can capture part of screen     Share   Screencast.com   Digital report writing Non-fiction   Book reports   Book trailers     Digital storytelling   Directions   Learning summaries   Argument writing   Video blog
  17. 17. http://youtu.be/26ixNPeLVao
  18. 18.   Free   Records screen and audio (15 minutes maximum)   Can pause, but cannot edit   URL and embed code   http:// www.screencast-omatic.com/
  19. 19.   Generally   limit the time Suggest 5-7 minutes; reduced redundancy   Organization Plan (storyboard) Switch among websites, PPt and video, for example   Rehearse     Record   Screencast Pause as needed   Share URL   Embed Code  
  20. 20. Screencastomatic How to: http://screencast-o-matic.com/watch/cXhbbqb9C Example:
  21. 21.   Free   Easy to use and can edit   PPt, record voice, share   http:// www.knovio.com/
  22. 22. Knovio how to: http://screencast.com/t/Ah2QEwbZ Robin: http://go.knovio.com/watch/ dc369c5b3d7a41768c9150480a60ed99
  23. 23.   30 Try out! it seconds free   Add images and text   Select royalty free music   Suggest Plus version ($30/year)   Educator Animoto   No voice   Note: Kay has plus version (3.5 minutes)   Examples:   User Name: gormlk@sage.edu Password: NYSRA2014 http://animoto.com/play/ Rj6hMY9Dyaw4gTDrH07jeg http://animoto.com/play/ g4wIMSgpABymz60RxAOYn Q
  24. 24. Quick How To: Animoto
  25. 25. Screenr http://screencast.com/t/Ms9a6G6Sr
  26. 26.   Share information   Communicate personally   Multimedia (voice & image) sent via email   Respondents hit reply, record and send
  27. 27. Buffering issues  Compose your video  Save  Share  URL or embed code
  28. 28.   Used to upload slides   Narrate/discuss slides   Present argument   Summarize
  29. 29.   https:// voicethread.com/ share/2545658/ (middle school)   https:// voicethread.com/ #u271592.b577410.i3 083304 (college)   https:// voicethread.com/ #q.b119840.i725907 (elementary)
  30. 30. https://voicethread.com/share/4809863/
  31. 31.   Digital recording   URL   Via email   Embed in blog/ website   Phone app too!
  32. 32. Audioboo—Brief Overview
  33. 33. Example https://audioboo.fm/ boos/1556963-practice-boo How to: http://www.youtube.com/ watch?v=y-_HPYue4b8
  34. 34. Audacity (PC)
  35. 35. Audacity   Robust recording tool for PC Edit   Save   Reduce white noise   Raise/lower volume   And more….     Can be used to record voice, edit and then put with screencast (a bit cumbersome)   NOTE: Mac users--Garageband
  36. 36. Audacity   Quick Overview on Audacity (source: YouTube)  http:// www.youtube.com/ watch?v=lrPGMjZORCM   Must export file as mp3   Can embed or hyperlink
  37. 37.   Easy to record   Export requires Lame for an mp3   How to: http:// www.youtube.com/ watch?v=7ZjaTebJVPA
  38. 38. Garageband   On Mac ONLY   Choose podcast   Select voice   Hit red dot and record   Hit red dot to stop   Publish to iTunes (easiest)
  39. 39. Garageband--Overview
  40. 40. Common Questions And Answers!
  41. 41.   Most new computers have microphone, but you have to turn it on!   Purchase inexpensive one.   Most durable-Logitech
  42. 42.   Instill use of initial or symbol instead of name   CRITICAL issue at elementary level   Young children— have them compose in the classroom on teacher account
  43. 43.   Teach attribution   Creative Commons   Teach referencing as appropriate for age   Model what you expect   Be cautious about publishing on website
  44. 44.   Screencasts take up MUCH room on server (e.g., Jing)   Use outside sources (e.g., Screencast-omatic)   Think about storage capacity on server   Use Cloud Storage (recommend Dropbox)
  45. 45.  Have Thank you! a great NYSRA Conference   Contact Kay: gormlk@sage.edu  Contact Pete: pmcdermott@pace. edu We are here for the full conference—feel free to meet with us!

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