ET620 Agenda 1 PM
ET620 Multimedia Design in the Classroom
for Class 1 PM
- Announcements and Questions
- Be sure to follow the instructions at http://www.loyola.edu/edudept/facstaff/marcovitz/Moodle.html for naming your assignment files to submit via Moodle (include last name and project name in your file name)
- Pick-A-Partner Project Due Next Class
- Turn this in via Moodle
- Be sure you have a backup
- Digital Video Warmup
- Watch http://site.aace.org/video/books/teaching/science/science3.cfm
- The two sounds you hear are
- the sound from the pots clanging together as recorded from the video camera at various distances away
- the same sound transmitted over a two-way radio directly to the location of the video camera
- In groups of three or four, discuss the following questions
- Which sound do you hear first?
- Why don't you hear the sounds at the same time?
- Why is one sound at almost exactly the same time as what you see on the video camera?
- What are other examples of this phenomenon?
- How could you reproduce this video with your class?
- Any other videos you could create or have your students create demonstrating the same concept?
- Video Repository
- Get a YouTube account if you don't already have one (YouTube is not necessary, but it makes it easy)
- Install something to help you download videos from the Web
- Develop your video repository
- snippets that illuminate points for your students
- take them yourself with camera
- take screenshots
- collect them from the Web (instructional videos or non-instructional videos that help demonstrate a point)
- use Safari Montage, Discovery Education, or whatever your school system pays for
- store them locally to avoid filters (or remember to download them from home before you need them)
- Check out iPod Touch or use your own video camera (available for checkout)
- Create two videos (quick and dirty) with a video camera that demonstrate a point for your students (any subject area)
- Find two video segments online that you can use with your students
- Create two screencasts to use with your students
- Put your videos or links to your videos in the ET620 Video Repository, giving the entire class permission to use them
- Your own videos can be loaded into the folder
- Links to all videos should be placed in the spreadsheet
- Multimedia Theory
- Why Have Students Create Multimedia Projects (from Agnew and Kellerman)
- Encourages active construction of knowledge, rather than passive receiving of information
- Encourages collaborative efforts
- Uses multiple sensory modalities
- "Student-created projects are beneficial, in addition because
they often involve substantial work, open-ended assignments,
theme-based activities, and knowledge and experiences that the students
draw from a wide variety of sources."
- Theoretical Bases for Multimedia
- Multiple Intelligences
- Cooperative Learning
- Cognitive Theory and Multimedia Learning (based on Mayer, 2006)
- Introduction to VBA (time permitting)
- Marcovitz Chapter 2: Macro security
- Marcovitz Chapter 3: Kiosk mode
- Marcovitz Chapter 5: The VBA Editor (see Chapter 5)
- Figure 5.1: SayHello, p. 62
- Marcovitz Chapter 6: Variables and Input
- Figure 6.3: Simple quiz, p. 77
- Force the user to type something, p. 78, #3
- Figure 6.4 YourNameWithPraise, p. 84
- Figure 6.5 Four-Question Quiz, p. 85
- Marcovitz Chapter 7: Some Tricks
- Shape Names and Shape Numbers
- Slide Names and Slide Numbers
- Figure 7.4: Hiding and Showing Stars, p. 103
- Hiding and Showing Bug in PowerPoint, p. 104
- Assignments for Next Class
- Reading: I&B Chapter 1, 2, 3, and 4; Powerful
PowerPoint for Educators Chapters 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6 (Chapters 2 and
3 are mostly review)
- Think video!
- Pick-a-Partner PowerPoint Project (submit to Moodle)
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This page was prepared by Dr.
David M. Marcovitz.
Last Updated: May 9, 2013