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Educational Mini Clips ITEC -2007 Lab C135 9 to 12. Dr. Robin Kay University of Ontario Institute of Technology Oshawa, Ontario. University of Ontario Institute of Technology. Opened Sept 2003 1 hour east of Toronto Focus on math & science Faculty of Education 70 IS students (2003)

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Educational mini clips itec 2007 lab c135 9 to 12

Educational Mini ClipsITEC -2007Lab C1359 to 12

Dr. Robin Kay

University of Ontario Institute of Technology

Oshawa, Ontario


University of ontario institute of technology

University of Ontario Institute of Technology

  • Opened Sept 2003

  • 1 hour east of Toronto

  • Focus on math & science

  • Faculty of Education

    • 70 IS students (2003)

    • 90 IS students (2004-5)

    • 215 PJ/IS students (2006)

    • 270 PJ/IS students (2007)

  • 4,300 students in total

  • Ubiquitous computing


Overview

Overview

  • Warm-Up [10 min]

  • Overview of Mini-Clips [15 min]

  • What is a good explanation? [15 min]

  • Creating Clips [90 min]

  • Resources [10]

  • Summary [5]


Support web site

Support Web Site

faculty.uoit.ca/kay/itec2007mc


Where did you come from today

Where did you come from today?

  • Durham area

  • York area

  • KPR area

  • Toronto area

  • Waterloo area

  • Ottawa area

  • London area

  • Other


What grade level do you teach

What grade level do you teach?

  • Elementary students

  • Middle School Students

  • High School Students

  • Other


What subject do you teach

What subject do you teach?

  • General (Elementary)

  • Math

  • Science

  • English

  • Social Sciences

  • Languages (e.g., French)

  • Arts

  • Other


What is your comfort level with computers

What is your comfort level with computers ?

  • Not at all comfortable

  • Somewhat Comfortable

  • Comfortable

  • Very Comfortable


Educational mini clips itec 2007 lab c135 9 to 12

Do you ever get the feeling that your carefully thought out explanations are forgotten by students very quickly ?

  • Often

  • Sometimes

  • Rarely

  • Never


Educational mini clips itec 2007 lab c135 9 to 12

Do you ever have to slow your class down for a few students who have trouble understanding your explanations ?

  • Often

  • Sometimes

  • Rarely

  • Never


Do your students review for tests

Do your students review for tests?

  • Often

  • Sometimes

  • Rarely

  • Never


Do student absences create extra work for you

Do student absences create extra work for you?

  • Often

  • Sometimes

  • Rarely

  • Never


How many hours per week do you spend giving extra help

How many hours per week do you spend giving extra help?

  • 15+

  • 11-14

  • 6-10

  • 1-5


Educational mini clips

Educational Mini Clips

  • 2-5 minute instructional video clip that focuses on a specific task or problem

  • Small, focussed, web accessible with VCR type controls


Sample clips

Sample Clips

1.

2.


Advantages of emc

Advantages of EMC

Students

  • Alternative to the text-based instructions

  • Can view clips when they miss a class

  • Can view clips to work ahead

  • Good review for tests

  • Can view clips at their own pace

  • Can view clips at night (anytime)

  • Access to multiple methods and explanations

  • Equity in education 


Advantages of emc1

Advantages of EMC

Teachers

  • Can share ideas, explanations and strategies with colleagues

  • Can develop explanation skills

  • Can review/learn content

  • Provide extra help to larger audience

  • Can help outside tutors understand your course

  • Enriches online courses 


Advantages of emc2

Advantages of EMC

Parents

  • Understand what is expected of their child in a specific course

  • May be able to help their children better 


Educational mini clips itec 2007 lab c135 9 to 12

BUT …

  • The mini clips are only as good as the explanations given


Clip 1 a good explanation

Clip #1 – A good explanation?

1

  • Strongly Agree

  • Agree

  • Neutral

  • Disagree

  • Strongly Disagree


Clip 2 a good explanation

Clip #2 – A good explanation?

1

  • Strongly Agree

  • Agree

  • Neutral

  • Disagree

  • Strongly Disagree


Clip 3 a good explanation

Clip #3 – A good explanation?

1

  • Strongly Agree

  • Agree

  • Neutral

  • Disagree

  • Strongly Disagree


Good explanation

Good Explanation

2

  • What is a good explanation?

    • Clear label for problem

    • Context of problem established

    • Make sure question is understood – don’t just read

    • Pace is relatively slow

    • All key steps are articulated

    • Visual supports used (e.g. diagrams, highlighting)

    • Key problem areas / typical mistakes noted

    • Tone of voice engaging / conversational NOT reading of formal

    • Layout easy to follow – not too crowded


Creating clips

Creating Clips

3

$20

Free

$200

$150

Free


The big picture

The BIG Picture

  • Plug in Tablet

  • Start SMART Notebook software

  • Start Camtasia to record your clip

  • Save Camtasia Clip


1 plug in the tablet

1. Plug in the Tablet

4

  • Plug in your tablet (USB connection )

  • If you hold the pen over the tablet, but don’t let it touch. Try moving the pen around.

  • The cursor should start moving if everything has gone well.


2 start smartboard notebook software

2. Start SMARTboard Notebook Software

  • Video Support: faculty.uoit.ca/kay/itec2007mc

  • Click on Start -> All Programs -> SMART Board Software -> Notebook Software

  • The Basic Tools

    • Pen and Highlighters

    • Creative Pen

    • Eraser

    • Lines

    • Shapes

    • Text


Play with notebook software

Play with Notebook Software


Recording with camtasia

Recording with Camtasia

5

  • Refer to Handout 5

  • Watch me do steps 1 to 3

  • Work in pairs to do steps 1 to 3


Saving with camtasia

Saving with Camtasia

6

  • Refer to Handout 6

  • Watch me do steps

  • Work in pairs to do steps


Tips for creating clips

TIPS for Creating Clips

  • Take 5-10 minutes to get used to tablet

  • Don’t try to be perfect

  • A little planning is required

  • 2-5 minutes is ideal length

  • Probably takes 20-30 minutes to develop a clip


Practice

Practice

7

  • Use Handout 7 to make a plan

  • Choose a very simple problem

  • Your goal is to produce a clip


Consolidation

Consolidation

  • How was your experience creating clips?

  • Could/would you create mini-clips for your class?

  • Next Steps 


Resources

Resources

  • Handouts

  • Web Pagefaculty.uoit.ca/kay/itec2007mc

  • Borrowing a Tablet [email protected]


Sample collections

Sample Collections

  • Ontario (UOIT)

    • Grade 7 to 8

    • Grades 9 to 12

    • Grades 11 to 12

    • Pre Calculus

  • Outside Ontario

    • Whiteboard Movies


Summary

Summary

  • Educational Mini Clips are a way to reach more students

    • Students who miss class

    • Students who need extra time

    • Students who need review

    • Students who have busy lives

    • Students who like the web

  • Key features

    • Easily accessible

    • VCR control

    • One-to-one help


Contact information

Contact Information

Robin Kay

Assistant Professor

UOIT- Faculty of Education

905-721-3111 ext. 2679

[email protected]


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