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  1. May 2006

  2. Using the Tablet PC to Support Classroom Instruction Richard Anderson Professor and Associate Chair Department of Computer Science and Engineering University of Washington

  3. What will the university classroom look like … • If all students have computational devices • Laptops, Tablets, Ultra light tablets, PDAs, Cell Phones, Gameboys . . . • If the devices are all connected • If the devices are integrated into classroom instruction

  4. Wide range of potential classroom applications • Presentation • Demonstration • Simulation • Accessing external resources • Note taking • Feedback • Active learning • Peer communication

  5. Today’s talk Device Space • Focus on the Tablet PC • Unique Advantages for education • Applications • Instructor Presentation • Structured Interaction • Overview of Classroom Presenter • Demo Application Space

  6. Classroom Presenter • Tablet PC Based Presentation System • Initially developed at MSR (2001-2002) • Continued development at University of Washington • Built on ConferenceXP Research Platform • Ink Based Presentation • Distributed Classroom • Classroom Interaction

  7. Ink Based Presentation

  8. Multiple views Instructor Student Display Multimonitor Navigation Filmstrip High quality ink Colors Highlight Tablet PC UI Ink Erase Stroke erase Page erase Undo Extra space Whiteboard Slide minimization Multiple ink layers Persistent Ink Ink Export Feature set

  9. “Typical ink usage”

  10. Diagrammatic Ink

  11. Distance Learning Classes

  12. Classroom Interaction • Provide additional interaction channels for students • Use these to achieve specific pedagogical goals in class • Why electronic interaction? • Bandwidth – more students can contribute • Expressiveness • Simultaneous • Anonymous • Persistent

  13. Pedagogical Goals • Encourage students to contribute in multiple ways • Promote engagement in the class • Interest • Alertness • Demonstrate that all students have important opinions • Peer interaction

  14. Pedagogical goals • Feedback – classroom assessment • Collection of ideas • Collective brainstorm • Student generation of examples • Discovery of a pedagogical point • Gain understanding of an example • Show misconceptions

  15. Classroom Presenter

  16. Submission Examples

  17. Submission examples

  18. Assessment Activities

  19. Interactive Demo

  20. CLASSROOM PRESENTER www.cs.washington.edu/education/dl/presenter For more information, contact Richard Anderson anderson@cs.washington.edu