Looking Behind Students’ Minds
AASSA 2014
Looking Behind Students’ Minds
AASSA 2014
1. Purpose
Why we use it
2. Theoretical Underpinnings
Where we got the idea
3. I...
Purpose
Why we use it
1. Have you ever thought on how the students really
understood your explanations in class?
2. What i...
Theoretical Underpinnings
Where We Got the Idea
Create
Produce a
screencast
Analyze
Outline reviews/
summaries of
their
un...
In a Nutshell
How it works
It is a white board in which you can:
• record your voice
• include drawings and photos from ca...
“Suite” Solutions
Tools we use
EDUcreations Desmos
Tips & Tricks
1. Know the App
make sure to explore the basic
features of the app before
planning the activity
2. Give clea...
In Action
This is how we do it
It all depends on the purpose of the screencast:
Research content: goo.gl/ICz8te
Mastering ...
Bibliography
• Image:
http://4.bp.blogspot.com/YjmmQtAb8pM/UMNUndLMVaI/AAAAAAAAA20/zvAG7hNzGxA/s1600/Boy+Thin
king.jpg
• h...
Invisible Tech: Looking Behind Students' Minds
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Invisible Tech: Looking Behind Students' Minds

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Have you ever thought on how the students really understood your explanations in class?
What is the logical reasoning students are using when solving exercises?

Screencasting can enhance:
- Enduring understanding
- Mastering content
- Student communication

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Invisible Tech: Looking Behind Students' Minds

  1. 1. Looking Behind Students’ Minds AASSA 2014
  2. 2. Looking Behind Students’ Minds AASSA 2014 1. Purpose Why we use it 2. Theoretical Underpinnings Where we got the idea 3. In a Nutshell How it works 4. “Suite” Solutions Tools we use 5. Tips and Tricks What to do and what not to do… 6. In Action This is how we do it
  3. 3. Purpose Why we use it 1. Have you ever thought on how the students really understood your explanations in class? 2. What is the logical reasoning students are using when solving exercises? • Enduring understanding • Mastering content • Student communication
  4. 4. Theoretical Underpinnings Where We Got the Idea Create Produce a screencast Analyze Outline reviews/ summaries of their understanding Apply Demonstrate knowledge by role playing a teacher
  5. 5. In a Nutshell How it works It is a white board in which you can: • record your voice • include drawings and photos from camera, album, Dropbox or the web • type text or handwrite • scroll pages up and down for extra space • share lessons via email, Facebook and twitter, links and QRcodes
  6. 6. “Suite” Solutions Tools we use EDUcreations Desmos
  7. 7. Tips & Tricks 1. Know the App make sure to explore the basic features of the app before planning the activity 2. Give clear instructions a. students need to know what are your expectations as a final product b. give a recording time limit range 3. Planning make students plan before recording Not to DoTo Do 1. Not Giving clear instructions give free recording time range will make the projects very unequal for different students 2. Don’t plan to use students materials over the time as examples the screencast can’t be downloaded, so if your student deletes the video or the app, it can’t be any longer used
  8. 8. In Action This is how we do it It all depends on the purpose of the screencast: Research content: goo.gl/ICz8te Mastering content: goo.gl/UiFPnC Formative assessment: goo.gl/s3iXyQ
  9. 9. Bibliography • Image: http://4.bp.blogspot.com/YjmmQtAb8pM/UMNUndLMVaI/AAAAAAAAA20/zvAG7hNzGxA/s1600/Boy+Thin king.jpg • http://learn.moodle.net/mod/glossary/showentry.php?courseid=2&eid=171&displayformat=dictionary • http://www.educatorstechnology.com/2013/03/a-great-blooms-taxonomy-wheel-for.html • http://www.educreations.com/

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