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Hat Trick: Tackling learning styles and asynchronous learning support on the webR. Craig CollinsFall, 2005


Aim

AIM

  • Trying to reach your students requires appealing to many learning styles, and may take more repetition than can be delivered during class. Many teachers would like technology to bridge these gaps, but aren’t sure what is available. This information is to introduce educators to some of those tools. From implementing simple animations, turning PowerPoints into web pages, or making short movies that guide hands-on learning; tools for the classroom, or use across the web

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Objectives

Participants will be able to:

Address learning styles in the class

Provide repetition to students

Create presentations

Optimize images

Convert to web format

Create web pages

Objectives

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Address learning styles

Address Learning Styles

  • Three types of learners

    • Visual

    • Auditory

    • Tactile/Kinesthetic (Hands on)

    • Best results if instruction includes all

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Address Learning Styles

  • Retention

    • 10% of what is read

    • 20% of what is heard

    • 30% of what is seen

    • 70% of what is seen and heard

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Problem

Problem

  • While many faculty members include slide shows, or use the overhead to form presentations, what if a student misses that class?

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Provide repetition

Provide Repetition

  • Repetition key to learning

  • Problem

    • How can your presentation be delivered enough times to facilitate learning?

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Create presentations

Create Presentations

  • A software presentation can capture your lecture, but…

  • Problem: how do you handle

    • Delivery to the student who needs it?

    • Delivery where they need it?

    • Delivery when they need it?

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Online presentations

Online Presentations

  • Transform the presentation

    • Available in the class

    • Available out of the class

    • On demand availability

  • Create Web Pages

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Convert to web format

Convert to Web Format

  • If you have PowerPoint

    • File\Save as Web Page …

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Convert to web format1

Convert to Web Format

  • If you don’t have PowerPoint…

  • OpenOffice’s Impress… File\Export

    • Free at www.openoffice.org

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Convert to web format2

Convert to Web Format

  • Images

    • Balance of clarity and download time

  • Photoshop

    • File\Save for Web…

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Convert to Web Format

  • If you don’t have Photoshop…

  • GIMP… File\Save As… Advanced Options… Optimized

    • Free at www.gimp.org

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Convert to web format4

Convert to Web Format

  • Digital Movies

    • Compressed Web format

  • Microsoft Movie Maker

    • Free with Windows XP, service pack 2

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Create web pages

Create Web pages

  • Non presentation pages

    • Microsoft Word

      • File\Save as Web Page…

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Create web pages1

Create Web Pages

  • If you don’t have Word…

  • OpenOffice’s Writer… File\Export

    • Free at www.openoffice.org

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Create web pages2

Create Web Pages

  • Design real web pages:

  • Industry Standard, DreamWeaver

    • www.macromedia.com, expensive

  • NVU

    • www.nvu.com, free

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Summary

Participants will be able to:

Address learning styles in the class

Provide repetition to students

Create presentations

Optimize images

Convert to web format

Create web pages

Summary

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Looking forward

Looking Forward

  • Armed with this information

  • Now you can create material to

    • Address learning styles

    • Provide repetition, and

    • deliver it asynchronously, over the web

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Aim

BFO

  • Blinding Flash of the Obvious

  • You can now experiment with creating web pages to deliver course content

  • R. Craig Collins

  • [email protected]

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