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Hula Hoops and Bottlenecks: Using Media to Teach Difficult Concepts . Ray Purdom Teaching and Learning Center UNC Greensboro. Research Related to Using Media in Teaching Clips from Popular Films and Other Video Works of Art Brief Hybrid Modules. Overview. Visuals Matter!

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Hula hoops and bottlenecks using media to teach difficult concepts

Hula Hoops and Bottlenecks: Using Media to Teach Difficult Concepts

Ray PurdomTeaching and Learning Center

UNC Greensboro


Overview

Research Related to Using Media in Teaching

Clips from Popular Films and Other Video

Works of Art

Brief Hybrid Modules

Overview


Research summary

Visuals Matter!

“Visuals and text/auditory input are processed in separate channels, presenting the potential for simultaneous augmentation of learning. The bottom line is that students using well-designed combinations of visuals and text learn more than students who use only text.”

Research Summary

From “Multimodal Learning Through Media: What the Research Says” commissioned by Cisco Systems, Inc


Hula hoops and bottlenecks using media to teach difficult concepts

Science Education Resources Center at Carleton College

http://serc.carleton.edu

Starting Point

http://serc.carleton.edu/econ

Using Media to Enhance Teaching and Learning

http://serc.carleton.edu/econ/media


Using feature films

Films can stimulate students’ activemental engagement with concepts.

To make this happen, faculty should either

present essential points and definitions first

or

2) ask the students to view the film critically with a specific context in mind

or 3) both.

Using Feature Films

From “Feature Films as a Teaching Tool” by Cheryl Bluestone


Ghostbusters

  • Psychology and ?

  • Designing experimental studies

    • Double-Blind

    • Negative Reinforcement or Punishment

Ghostbusters


A beautiful mind

Economics, Mathematics and ?

SERC – Starting Point Sitehttp://serc.carleton.edu/econ/media/examples/example2.html

Nash Equilibrium

A Beautiful Mind


Hudsucker proxy

Economics

SERC – Starting Point Site

http://serc.carleton.edu/econ/media/examples/example1.html

Shifts in the Demand Curves

Hudsucker Proxy


Demand curves

Demand Curves


Cartoons

General Physics

SERC – Starting Point Site

http://serc.carleton.edu/econ/media/examples/43419.html

Cartoons


Physics and art

Optics

SERC – Starting Point Site

http://serc.carleton.edu/econ/media/examples/43420.html

Mirrors, Geometric Optics, Images

Physics and Art


Brief hybrid workshops

  • A Brief Hybrid Workshop is an activity of approximately 15 minutes intended to help a group of people to learn how to do something useful for them.

  • It includes:

    • a Plan – with guidelines for leaders/facilitators and participants

    • Interaction – activities involving all participants and leader/facilitators

    • eClip – Internet-accessible media clips

    • Other Resources – Web accessible information or files, printable handouts, reading assignments, etc.

    • Follow-up – next steps, feedback options, additional resources for those who wish to go further, deeper

Brief Hybrid Workshops


Hula hoops and bottlenecks using media to teach difficult concepts

An eClip on Brief Hybrid Workshops

http://www.screencast.com/users/MattGordon/folders/Default/media/94efbbb9-fe0d-4c34-ba55-06544e9e57d0

UNC Brief Hybrid Workshops on Teaching Well Online

http://www.uncg.edu/tlc/hybrid/


The grading dilemma

A Interactive Quandary Module developed by

Wade Maki, UNC Greensboro

http://web.uncg.edu/hhp/half-baked/quandary/Grading%20Images/FGD.htm

The Grading Dilemma


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