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Session: Building Audio/Visual Learners in the Digital World

In this session, you will learn about four audio/visual tools you can use in the digital world that will enhance your lessons. These free online tools all have unique characteristics, and I promise you will leave the session amazed! This session is open to elementary, middle and high school educators

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  • Good morning everyone my name is Kathlyn Macasaet. I am currentlya first grade teacher at Ghent Elementary. I received my Bachelors in Elementary Education along with my Masters in Elementary Education from Old Dominion University. This is my fifth year teaching elementary school, and after being in the classroom I realized I wanted to do more for my school. Becoming a librarian will fulfill my goal in becoming a good leader, teacher and mentor to all students and staff. This was my fist class in the program, and I must say I was very impressed with everything I learned this summer. I was so surprised to learn about so many new technological tools to use in the classroom that would enhance my lessons, and the best part about them is that they are all free! Today, I will show you a just few tools you can use in an Elementary, Middle or High School classroom that will enhance your lessons tremendously. After this session, I promise you will be inching to get to your home computer to explore these tools yourself!Time: 1 minute
  • What do you think of when you see this picture? Does this look familiar?Who doesn’t love reading straight from text books, doing work in work books and writing book reports?I know my students love staying in their seats all day with text books and paper. Don’t yours?Time: 20 seconds(1:20)
  • But, what if I told you that there are tools to create videos that will enhance your lessons and make content more appealing to your students? What if I told you that you don’t have to stand in front of your students all day with lectures and textbooks for every lesson? And finally, what if I told you that you can change your lessons and make them 100% better all for the price of free!? Now that sounds like a price I’m willing to pay. Don’t you?Time: 30 seconds(1:50)
  • Let’s begin. Now, I know in my classroom I love to use voice and sound. Who doesn’t? Well, these 4 tools I will present to you today all have the option of either adding audio in them. Even better, they also have the option of adding video! Two deals in one!These four tools you see listed here are going to be some of your best friends you will use throughout the year. Each of these tools can be used in any type of setting – elementary, middle or high school. I will show you where to find each tool, what the tool does, their limitations and some specific examples on how you can use each tool in the classroom. Time: 1 minute(2:50)
  • The first tool is called Aurasma. This tool is pretty simple to use and the students would love to use it. Whether it be teacher or student created, this tool makes simple images come to life. You have the option of using this tool anywhere. With the use of your hand held electronic device (smart phone or iPad) you can make beautiful and creative projects with your students. My favorite characteristic of this tool is that it is free and you can add video and the sound of your voice together all in one. Time 30 seconds(3:20)
  • This augmented reality tool is very interesting. Simply take a screen shot of an image, object or locations and immediately have an “aura” for that screen shot in seconds!You can use this tool to overlay images and videos as a device scans an image.  Not only that but you can also use your own voice to describe or explain an object or image as well.There are basically 3 steps to this tool:Choose content that will overlay your image. You can take a video or just use your voice as the overlay.Take a trigger image. This is basically the image you want to have your students will scan to start off with. Edit your content and position it on your trigger picture, and voila! Your Aurasma is ready to be used for your lesson.This tool seems simple enough right? Your students will love this tool and will be able to use it easily.Time 2 minutes(5:20)
  • Now, here’s a cool example of how Aurasma is used. Let’s check it out and see how he uses his electronic device to view the Aurasma.[play video]Notice how he simply keeps the device on the object to watch the video. If you choose to use this tool with your students, they must keep the electronic device on the object or else the video will automatically stop. Time: 1 minute(6:20)
  • Now that you have a clear understanding on how the tool works, let me give you some examples on how you can use this tool educationally in the classroom. Since I am focusing on an elementary grade, I would advise using this tool as a whole group a few times before letting them create their own. Remember, each class is different so it is up to you to determine if your students are ready to use this tool on their own. If you do choose to let the students use the tool on their own, it is important to show the students how to use the tool and respect their electronic devices. Here is a good example for an Elementary Teacher. Let’s use the English SOL 1.4a The student will orally identify, produce, and manipulate various units of speech sounds within words. Create rhyming words. First as a whole group, for the content that will overlay the image I will have a few students come up and I will record them saying words that rhyme with the word BALL. Next, I would take a trigger image of the word wall word BALL. For example they will say, “Words that rhyme with ball are call, fall, tall and wall.” Once the teacher is finished recording, we will view the Aurasma as a group and the students will be able to go back and use the classroom iPad to review the word in the future. Time: 2 minutes(8:20)
  • As for middle school, let’s use the English SOL 6.5b The student will read and demonstrate comprehension of a variety of fictional texts, narrative nonfiction, and poetry.Make, confirm, and revise predictions. Just like in elementary school, if you do choose to let the students use the tool on their own, it is important to show the students how to use the tool and respect their electronic devices. Now, here is a good example. First, for the content that will overlay the image I will have the students create their own predictions about a certain book they will read. Next, I would have them take a trigger image of the book cover. Once the students have finished editing the video, they will be able to view the Aurasma as a group and the students will be able to go back and use the classroom iPad to review predictions and eventually confirm or revise their predictions in another Aurasma assignment in the future. Time: 1 minute(9:02)
  • Now with high school students, Aurasma can be a little more fun. Let’s use the English SOL 9.1e The student will make planned oral presentations independently and in small groups.Use verbal and nonverbal techniques for presentation. Teachers can have the students create a Aurasma by themselves in the classroom as an “ice breaker” activity. The students can start off by creating a mini video of themselves and talk a little about themselves. Once they have created the content. They will take a trigger picture of themselves and edit the video. Once they are finished. Each student must pick up an iPad and view some else’s Aurasma to “get to know” each other.Time: 1 minute(10:20)
  • Although this is a wonderful tool to use in the classroom, there are always some things limitations. First, you must have an electronic device such as a smart phone or iPad. Unfortunately you cannot use a computer with this tool. Second, you will need to have a built in microphone on the device as well. Third, you will need to create a free account on the website before you create an Aurasma. Finally, once you create your Aurasma, remember to remind your students that they must keep the device on the object to view the whole video or else the video will automatically stop. Other than those limitations, feel free to use this tool and explore all it has to offer! :)Time: 1 minute(11:20)
  • The second tool is called Videolicious. This tool is also pretty simple to use and the students would love to use it. You have the option of creating the videos yourself or having your students create them themselves. Just like Aurasma, you also have the option of using this tool anywhere. With the use of your hand held electronic device (iPhone or iPad) you can make beautiful and creative projects with your students. This is another cool tool where you can add video and the sound of your voice together all in one. One thing that is different about this tool is that you can add music, photos and power point slides to it! There are a lot of options to choose from. However, although this tool is free you have a limit to the length of your video. The limit to your video is 60 seconds, but you have the option to upgrade by purchasing for more. To be honest, 60 seconds was more than enough for me, and I think it will be the perfect length for your students as well.Time 2 minutes(13:20)
  • This videotool is very interesting. Simply take and upload your images, power point slides and video clips and create an awesome video in seconds!You can use your iPad to take photos and make short clips to add to your video if you do not choose to upload them.  Not only that but you can also use your own voice to add narration as well.There are basically 3 steps to this tool:Step 1: Choose/Create your photos, video clips and power point slides. Step 2: Tell your story. This is basically where you will add your voice to put narration in your video.Step 3: Select your music. Step 4: Edit your video and voila! Your Videolicious is ready to be used for your lesson.This tool seems simple enough right? Your students will love this tool and will be able to use it easily as well.Time 2 minutes(15:20)
  • Now, here’s a cool example of how Videoliciousis used. I created a video with a partner this summer for one of my courses, and I must say it was pretty fun. Check it out and see how we used this electronic device to create a video about avatars in the digital world.[play video]After watching this video there are a few things I hope you noticed. We used power point slides, voice overs and short video clips. We also had the requirement of citing the sources we used as well. Depending on your grade level, it is up to you to have these requirements. Overall, I hope you liked the video. It was definitely a great experience.Time: 1:30 minutes(16:50)
  • Now that you have seen how the tool works, let me give you some examples on how you can use this tool educationally in the classroom. Since I am focusing on an elementary grade, just like Aurasma I would advise using this tool as a whole group a few times before letting them create their own. Here is a good example for an Elementary Teacher. Let’s use the English SOL 1.9a The student will read and demonstrate comprehension of a variety of fictional texts. Preview the selection. I will first have the students take pictures of the book they will be reading and record their predictions with partners. Once they have finished their uploads, I will have them create their video and select their music. Simple as that. The students will also be able to share their videos as a whole group in presentations. Time 1 minute(17:50)
  • As for middle school, let’s use the Science SOL 6.5b The student will investigate and understand the unique properties and characteristics of water and its roles in the natural and human-made environment. Key concepts include the properties of water in all three phases. Just like the other tools, if you do choose to let the students use the tool on their own, it is important to show the students how to use the tool and respect their electronic devices. Now, here is a good example. With this SOL, you can have the students make a video with different pictures, video clips and narration about the properties of water in all three phases. They can take pictures and video of their Science experiments they complete in class or even take videos of themselves talking about it. Either way their video will turn out awesome!Time: 1 minute(18:50)
  • With high school students, Videolicious can also be fun to use. Let’s use the English SOL 9.4e The student will read, comprehend, and analyze a variety of literary texts includingnarratives, narrative nonfiction, poetry, and drama. Explain the relationships between and among elements of literature: characters,plot, setting, tone, point of view, and theme. Teachers can have the students create a Videolicious on the elements of literature on a certain novel. The students can start off by creating a mini video of themselves and talk a little about each element and then add different images of the novel as well. Once they have created the video they can have the option of sharing it online or with different groups.Time: 30 seconds(19:20)
  • Just like Aurasma this is a wonderful tool to use in the classroom; however, there are always some limitations. First, you must have an electronic device such as an iPad. Unfortunately you cannot use a computer or a phone device with this tool. Second, you will need to have a built in microphone on the device as well. Third, you will need to create a free account on the website before you create a video. Finally, while creating a video remember to remind your students that there is a time limit and photo/video limit to up to 60 seconds and 10 items that can be uploaded to the video. Other than those limitations, feel free to use this tool and explore all it has to offer! :)Time: 1 minute(20:20)
  • The third tool is called Animoto. This tool is also pretty easy to use and the students will love to use it. You have the option of creating the videos yourself or having your students create them themselves. Just like Aurasma and Videolicious, you also have the option of using this tool anywhere. With the use of your electronic device (computer, smart phone or iPad) you can make beautiful and creative projects with your students. This is another cool tool where you can add video and sound all at once. One thing that is different about this tool is that you can use your home computer to create videos! There are a lot of options to choose from. However, although this tool is free you have a limit to the length of your video. The limit to your video is 30 seconds, but you have the option to upgrade by purchasing for more. Time 2 minutes(22:20)
  • This digital storytellingtool is very interesting. Simply upload your images and video clips and create an awesome video in seconds!You can upload images and videos straight from your computer. Even better, you can upload them straight from social networks such as Facebook, Instagram, Picasa, Flickr and more!  There are basically 3 steps to this tool:Step 1: Choose/Create your photos, video clips and power point slides. Step 2: Tell your story. This is basically where you will input text to put narration in your video.Step 3: Select your music. Step 4: Edit your video and voila! Your Animoto is ready to be used for your lesson.Your students will love this tool and will be able to use it easily as well.Time 2 minutes(24:20)
  • Now, here’s an awesome example of how Animoto is used. This Animoto is focused on the Bill of Rights, and would definitely be useful in the classroom. Check it out and see how they used this tool to create a video with photographs, text and music.[play video]After watching this video there are a few things I hope you noticed. You cannot use the sound of your voice when creating the video. Also, depending on your grade level, it is up to you to have the photos and videos ready in a file for your students to use or have them find them themselves. Overall, I hope you liked the video. It is definitely a great tool to explore.Time 2 minutes(26:20)
  • Now here are some examples on how you can use this tool educationally in the classroom. Just like the other tools, use the tool whole group a few times before letting them create their own. Here is a good example for an Elementary Teacher. Let’s use the English SOL 3.5d The student will read and demonstrate comprehension of fictional text and poetry.Compare and contrast settings, characters, and events. First as a whole group, show the students where on the computer or iPad they can locate a folder with uploaded videos and photos. Remember, they cannot create their own videos or take photos with this tool. Once they can locate them, have them create their own Animoto about their book of choice from the selection of photos and videos. They will get the chance to add text and music as well. Finally, they will be able to present the Animoto as a “Book Talk” gathering.Time 1 minute(27:20)
  • As for middle school, let’s use the English SOL 6.6 The student will read and demonstrate comprehension of a variety of nonfiction texts. Just like the other tools, if you do choose to let the students use the tool on their own, it is important to show the students how to use the tool first. Now, here is a good example. With this SOL, you can have the students make a video about the different nonfiction texts they have read. They can upload the photos they find on the internet or upload videos they take in class or library. Once they have finished uploading their content they can add text in their video. Pretty simple and the students will be amazed to see the outcome of their projects.Time: 30 seconds(27:50)
  • With high school students, I would have the students use Animoto at home or after school in their Library. I would first demonstrate how to use the tool and show them examples, but then I would create a project using the History SOL USI.2 The student will use maps, globes, photographs, pictures, or tables to locate the seven continents and five oceans. The students will have a rubric and must create an Animoto about the seven continents and five oceans. They must add photos and video clips with information about each continent and ocean. Once they are finished, they will upload the Animoto in a shared website the teacher creates to be graded and view by the class. Time: 30 seconds(28:20)
  • Along with the rest of the tools, this is a wonderful tool to use in the classroom; however, there are always some limitations. First, you must have an electronic device such as a computer, phone or iPad. Second, you will need to have pre-saved photos and videos in order to upload them onto the program. Third, you will need to create a free account on the website before you create a video. Fourth, while creating a video remember to remind your students that there is a time limit to the video based on the song selection. The song length will determine your video length. Finally, unlike Aurasma and Videolicious you cannot use your own voice to narrate. Other than those limitations, feel free to use this tool and explore all it has to offer! :)Time: 1 minute(29:20)
  • The fourth tool is called Yodio. This tool is pretty simple to use. You have the option of creating the videos yourself or having your students create them themselves. Unlike Aurasma, Videolicious and Animoto you have the must have a computer to use this tool. With the use of your computer, you and can awesome videos for your students. This is another cool tool where you can add video and sound all at once. One thing that is different about this tool is that you can use own phone to record your message in the video or you can upload a pre-recorded message! You don’t have a limit to length of your video it can be just a few seconds to a few minutes, and you also have the option to upgrade by purchasing packages for more options. Time 1 minute(30:20)
  • This cool audio/visual tool is very unique. Use your phone to record a message and then simply upload your images and create an awesome video in seconds!You must upload straight from your computer. There are basically 3 steps to this tool:Step 1: Create a recording by calling the telephone number on the website. Or, you can upload a pre-recorded message to your computer.Step 2: Upload your images onto the website.Step 3: Edit the order of the message(s) and images and voila! Your Yodio is ready to be used for your lesson or to share.Just like the rest, your students will love this tool and will be able to use it easily as well.Time 2 minutes(32:20)
  • Now, here is a Quick Tip about Step 1 of Yodio*Although it is not one of the 4 tools I am talking about today, Vocaroo is an excellent tool to use for just audio purposes. This tool works well with many other tools, but I think it works best with Step 1 of Yodio since many of our lower grade levels do not have the option of recording a voice message through a cellular device. It will basically replace the use of a cellular phone.There are 3 basic steps to this tool:Step 1: RecordStep 2: Listen to recordingStep 3: Upload to computerAnd there you have it folks, an audio message ready to be uploaded!Time 1 minute(33:20)
  • Now, here’s a cool example of how Yodio is used. I created a Yodio one day, and I must say it was pretty cool how I was able to call and make my own recording. Check it out and see how I used this electronic device to create a video about seasons in the digital world.[play video]See how simple the video is? If you choose to use this tool with your students, depending on the grade level you may want to have images in a file for them to pull from as well as pre-recorded audio for them to just click and upload instantly.Time: 1 minute(34:20)
  • Here are some examples on how you can use this tool educationally in the classroom. Just like the other tools, use the tool whole group a few times before letting them create their own. Remember, unlike the other tools, this tool has the option of recording your voice through a phone or uploading a saved audio message from the computer. Since I am focusing on an elementary grade, I suggest doing this activity whole group with the students. The teacher can record a message prior to the lesson. Now, here is a good example for an Elementary Teacher. Let’s use the History SOL 1.11a The student will recognize the symbols and traditional practices that honor and foster patriotism in the United States byidentifying the American flag, bald eagle, Washington Monument, and Statue of Liberty. First as a whole group, have the students listen to the message create about the American Symbols. Then, have the students choose from a variety of random pictures to find each symbol to put in the video. This way, the teacher will be able to see who knows the symbols and who does not. Finally, the teacher can view the video they created together as a class.Time 2 minutes(36:20)
  • As for middle school, let’s use the Science SOL 6.8 The student will investigate and understand the organization of the solar system and the interactions among the various bodies that comprise it. Key concepts include the sun, moon, Earth, other planets and their moons, dwarf planets, meteors, asteroids, and comets. Just like the other tools, if you do choose to let the students use the tool on their own, it is important to show the students how to use the tool first. Also, it is important to remember that since you can use your phone to record the audio message to put in the video, I suggest they record themselves first using another tool such as Vocaroo (a free website to record your voice through the use of a microphone from your computer. Once they have recorded their voice, they can certainly upload it easily instead of using a phone at school. Then, you can have the students make a video about the different planets they have learned by uploading their audio and images they find on the computer. Once they have finished uploading their content the students will be able to share them with the class.Time: 2 minutes(38:20)
  • With high school students, I would have the students use Yodio at home or after school in their Library. I would first demonstrate how to use the tool and show them examples, but then I would create a project using the Biology SOL BIO.3 The student will investigate and understand relationships between cell structure and function. The students will have a rubric and must create an Yodioabout cell structure and function. They must add photos and their own audio with information as well. Once they are finished, they will upload the Yodio in a shared website the teacher creates to be graded and viewed by the class. Time 30 seconds(38:50)
  • Along with the rest of the tools, this is another wonderful tool to use in the classroom; however, there are limitations. First, you must have an electronic device such as a computer and phone. Second, you will need to have pre-saved photos in order to upload them onto the program. Third, you will need to create a free account on the website before you create a video. Finally, unlike the other tools you cannot use your own video clips. This option is not available. Other than those limitations, feel free to use this tool and explore all it has to offer! :)Time: 1 minute(39:50)
  • Questions and CommentsTime 5 – 8 minutes(45:00 - 47:00 Minutes Total)
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    1. 1. FREE!
    2. 2. YodioAnimoto VideoliciousAurasma
    3. 3. www.aurasma.com
    4. 4. There are 3 basic steps to this tool:
    5. 5. Aurasma Augmented Reality Router Example
    6. 6. Elementary Grade: 1st Grade Example Content: English SOL 1.4 The student will orally identify, produce, and manipulate various units of speech sounds within words a) Create rhyming words
    7. 7. Middle School Grade: 6th Grade Example Content: English SOL 6.5 The student will read and demonstrate comprehension of a variety of fictional texts, narrative nonfiction, and poetry b) Make, confirm, and revise predictions
    8. 8. High School Grade: 9th Grade Example Content: English SOL 9.1 The student will make planned oral presentations independently and in small groups e) Use verbal and nonverbal techniques for presentation
    9. 9. Limitations Must have electronic device phone/iPad Must have microphone Must create an account Must keep electronic device on object whole time
    10. 10. www. videolicious.com
    11. 11. There are 4 basic steps to this tool:
    12. 12. What is an Avatar?
    13. 13. Elementary Grade: 1st Grade Example Content: English SOL 1.9 The student will read and demonstrate comprehension of a variety of fictional texts a) Preview the selection
    14. 14. Middle School Grade: 6th Grade Example Content: Science SOL 6.5 The student will investigate and understand the unique properties and characteristics of water and its roles in the natural and human-made environment. Key concepts include b) the properties of water in all three phases
    15. 15. High School Grade: 9th Grade Example Content: English SOL 9.4 The student will read, comprehend, and analyze a variety of literary texts including narratives, narrative nonfiction, poetry, and drama e) Explain the relationships between and among elements of literature: characters, plot, setting, tone, point of view, and theme
    16. 16. Limitations Must have iPad Must have microphone Must create an account Limit in length of video
    17. 17. www.animoto.com
    18. 18. There are 3 basic steps to this tool:
    19. 19. TeacherThink Presents: Animoto 4 Education
    20. 20. Elementary Grade: 3rd Grade Example Content: English SOL 3.5 The student will read and demonstrate comprehension of fictional text and poetry d) Compare and contrast settings, characters, and events
    21. 21. Middle School Grade: 6th Grade Example Content: English SOL 6.6 The student will read and demonstrate comprehension of a variety of nonfiction texts
    22. 22. High School Grade: 9th Grade Example Content: History SOL USI.2 The student will use maps, globes, photographs, pictures, or tables to a) locate the continents and oceans
    23. 23. Limitations Must have a computer, iPad, phone Must upload photos/video clips Must create an account Time limit Must load music selection no voice
    24. 24. www.yodio.com
    25. 25. There are 3 basic steps to this tool:
    26. 26. www.vocaroo.com Vocaroo – Audio tool that works best with Yodio (replaces the use of a cellular phone) Quick Tip!!
    27. 27. What Are the Four Seasons
    28. 28. Elementary Grade: 1st Grade Example Content: History SOL 1.11 The student will recognize the symbols and traditional practices that honor and foster patriotism in the United States by a) identifying the American flag, bald eagle, Washington Monument, and Statue of Liberty
    29. 29. Middle School Grade: 6th Grade Example Content: Science SOL 6.8 The student will investigate and understand the organization of the solar system and the interactions among the various bodies that comprise it. Key concepts include a) the sun, moon, Earth, other planets and their moons, dwarf planets, meteors, asteroids, and comets
    30. 30. High School Grade: 9th Grade Example Content: Science SOL BIO.3 The student will investigate and understand relationships between cell structure and function
    31. 31. Limitations Must have a computer microphone or phone Must upload photos Create an account No video clips
    32. 32. Thank You! Kathlyn Macasaet kodan001@odu.edu kodan001.wordpress.com
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