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  • Cue to You Doc Camera Presentation

    1. 1. Doc Cams and You! By: Jon and Ryan Minarets.us
    2. 2. FEAR?
    3. 3. FEAR? Or just concerns?
    4. 4. What the Doc Cam can do for your Classroom
    5. 5. English • Model writing skills, editing, revising • State test questions, with poll everywhere. • Complete graphic organizers as a whole class • Display Textbooks
    6. 6. Put up Text and have Students Identify the main Idea
    7. 7. Students can come up and share with the Class
    8. 8. Create a list of sentences that have strategically placed mistakes related to an instructional topic, i.e. spelling, punctuation, subject verb agreement, informal word choice, run on sentences, or other target forms.
    9. 9. Make Corrections as a class
    10. 10. Come up as groups and make corrections
    11. 11. Music • Music to introduce new music/songs/composers •Music to learn notes
    12. 12. Learning notes
    13. 13. History • Social Studies maps • Resource material you may only have one of or do not want to put in the hands of students • Historical items • Make a video of places students have traveled • Label Time Lines
    14. 14. Every Kid has a timeline
    15. 15. Fill it out together
    16. 16. Map It
    17. 17. Fill the maps out together
    18. 18. Health • Nutrition • Label the Human Skeleton • Label Organs of the Human Body
    19. 19. Let’s Talk Nutrition
    20. 20. What’s a serving size?
    21. 21. Skelator
    22. 22. Math • Math manipulatives such as rulers, compass, algebra tiles, geometric figures • Model how to use a calculator • Graph paper • Model setting up and steps for solving math problems
    23. 23. Super HUGE Graph Paper
    24. 24. Giant Calculators Under the Doc Cam What the students see
    25. 25. Science • Science experiments • Dissections • Microscope • Science worksheets • Science manipulatives • Model chemistry problems, solving physics formulas
    26. 26. Biology • Use the doc cam to label and view plant parts • Kids label at their desks
    27. 27. Up Close and Personal “But I don’t have rocks for everyone”
    28. 28. Bring Relevance to Lessons
    29. 29. Tips for All
    30. 30. Modeling • Demonstrate • Model • Students Know What • Students Know Where
    31. 31. How Else Can We Use This???
    32. 32. Understand Directions Clearly
    33. 33. Notes for Everyone
    34. 34. Quiz for Everyone, Yay, we saved some trees!!!
    35. 35. Peer to Peer Examples
    36. 36. “Thats what my handwriting looks like” The Doc Cam Adds 10 pounds!
    37. 37. Let’s ALL SHARE
    38. 38. Compare and Contrast
    39. 39. Timers Throw a cell phone or stop watch up there
    40. 40. Cable Camp!
    41. 41. Cable Camp Composite or Red, White, Yellow • The most common type of video interface • Connect a VHS tape player, DVD player or game console to a television or a projector The red RCA jack connects the right audio The white RCA jack connects the left audio The yellow cable connects the VIDEO The cables are interchangeable Good Quality Signal
    42. 42. Cable Camp S-Video •S-Video delivers a superior picture to composite video •The ROUND cable connects VIDEO only •S-Video is a step up from standard composite video The connector has a notched, metal sleeve that must align properly with the female jack before it can be inserted. You still need: The red RCA jack connects the right audio The white RCA jack connects the left audio Better Quality Signal
    43. 43. Cable Camp SVGA or The “monitor” cable •One connector • HD quality • VGA video carries visual data only. Audio cables (red/white) are still required to get sound from the desktop or laptop to the computer speakers - typically, that means 3.5 MM connectors (like headphone connectors) *use a VGA splitter on desktop computers to get two signals Best Quality Signal
    44. 44. Cable Camp Jon’s Cable Rule: EVERYTHING Splits or Adapts - • audio cables • video cables • s-video cables • VGA cables Knowing this opens up a lot of possibilities! VGA splitter- About $5, allows two monitors on a desktop PC
    45. 45. Cable Camp REVIEW Composite video Audio
    46. 46. Cable Camp REVIEW S-Video
    47. 47. Cable Camp REVIEW SVGA “The monitor”
    48. 48. World Cafe • Groups of 4-6 (any grouping) • ONE person records the ideas - 4-6 is a good goal • You have 4 minutes - Be efficient! • The recorder stays behind - everyone else - random groups • Recorders report out to new visitors - 4 minutes • Two more rotations
    49. 49. World Cafe • Groups of 4-6 (any grouping) • ONE person records the ideas - 4-6 is a good goal • You have 4 minutes - Be efficient! • The recorder stays behind - everyone else - random groups • Recorders report out to new visitors - 4 minutes • Two more rotations Today’s question: What’s something you can use your doc cam for TOMORROW?
    50. 50. Let’s Hook ‘Em UP! 20 Minutes!! IM us, please include your name/room number!!! Ryan 559-240-4626 Jon 559-676-1935
    51. 51. Make Videos How to make videos with your doc cam
    52. 52. BE CREATIVE!!
    53. 53. BE CREATIVE!!
    54. 54. Record Straight to a Flash Drive Push switch to the right Push to RGB Plug in Flashdrive
    55. 55. Hit Record to start and stop When the lights green your ON
    56. 56. Math Video Saves as mov. file
    57. 57. To Record straight to your Computer Push switch to the left Switch to RGB
    58. 58. Plug in RGB cable
    59. 59. Open up AverMedia Software
    60. 60. Select the doc cam pic from toolbar
    61. 61. This is what you will see
    62. 62. You have 3 options when recording. Option 1 Option 2 and 3
    63. 63. Option 1: You will record only what is in the Doc Cam pic Click Here *** No Annotations, will play on***
    64. 64. Hit Record and do your thing. This will save as a mov. File
    65. 65. Option 2: This will allow you to Record everything on the Screen Option 3: This will allow you to record everything on the page. You Can Annotate, will only play with AverMedia Software
    66. 66. Option 2 and 3
    67. 67. This shows up
    68. 68. Screen Record Page Record Both option 2 and 3 save as a AVP. file This opens a new page as soon as your done
    69. 69. Play two example videos
    70. 70. Using the Screen Visor Select
    71. 71. Select Screen Visor
    72. 72. Analyze sentence by sentence
    73. 73. Using the Screen Visor in Science Instead of the whole thing at once, how about...
    74. 74. Step by Step
    75. 75. Using the Screen Visor in Math
    76. 76. Using the Spot Light Don’t look at all of this first Select
    77. 77. How about one line at a time. Spot light
    78. 78. History Math Step by step Part of a map
    79. 79. English Science Line by line Step by step
    80. 80. More Tools
    81. 81. Transparency Mode Snap shot webpages to annotate
    82. 82. Click Here to bring in the webpage or any picture
    83. 83. Draw, Highlight, or use the Visor or Spotlight
    84. 84. Split Screen
    85. 85. Bring up two websites and compare, make annotations
    86. 86. Pictures from: Karina Clemmons, Ed. D. Orange County Public Schools ... www.elmousa.com/files/ShowMeGreatLessons!.pdf Other ways to use a Doc Cam 100 ways to use a doc cam 50 ways to use a doc cam
    87. 87. Training Videos AverMedia 355af
    88. 88. Questions? Email us! rhansen@minarets.us or jcorippo@minarets.us

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