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Using the Projector and Interactive Whiteboard to Enhance Instruction Get Going with iProject Interactive - Out of the Box. iProject Interactive Session 1. Focusing Questions. How can we set up the projectors and interactive whiteboards in our classrooms?

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Using the Projector and Interactive Whiteboard to Enhance InstructionGet Going with iProject Interactive - Out of the Box

iProject Interactive

Session 1

focusing questions
Focusing Questions

How can we set up the projectors and interactive whiteboards in our classrooms?

What are the different parts of the projector and interactive whiteboard?

framing the session
Framing The Session
  • Today we will learn how to set up our projectors and interactive whiteboards by looking at their connections and the ports they are associated with
  • (For OOTB)
  • (We will label the different parts of the projector and interactive whiteboards and attach them to our mobile device. )
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Framing The Session
  • Use this slide to tell participants what we’ll be teaching them.
  • The explanation should indicate how this lesson fits into the work they’ve been doing and how it fits into their lives as teachers and learners.
teaching
Teaching
  • Power Cable
  • This provides power for our projector.
  • This is a cable that will be used every time you use your projector.
  • Can be plugged into the surge protector, our carts have internal surge protectors; however, generally in large spaces these surge protectors need to be attached to an extension cord.
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Teaching
  • RGB Cable
  • Sometimes referred to as a VGA cable.
  • It has two large blue ports on either end.
  • This is another cable that will be used all the time.
  • Connects from the mobile device to the projector.
  • Enables the projector to project the image on your computer.
  • If you have no image being projected this is the first cable to check.
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Teaching
  • USB Cable
  • This cable connects your mobile device to the Interactive whiteboard.
  • Your whiteboard is a USB device.
  • It gets its power from your computer.
  • Using this device will drain your battery. It is important to have your mobile device plugged in when running a whiteboard from it.
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Teaching
  • Whiteboard Power Cable
  • Provides power to the speakers, not the board.
guided practice
Guided Practice
  • Examine the projector.
  • Examine the cart.
  • Connect the ports for the four cables:
    • Power to Projector
    • RGB (VGA)
    • USB to Mobile Device
    • Power to Speakers
getting started
Getting Started
  • Connect all four cables”
    • Power to Projector
    • RGB (VGA)
    • USB to Mobile Device
    • Power to Speakers
  • Adjust the height.
  • Adjust the distance and mark on floor.
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Work Time
  • Participants will take turns in small groups connecting the three devices:
    • Projector
    • Interactive Whiteboard
    • Mobile Device
  • Power on.
  • Power off.
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Share
  • Today we have learned about the different cables and how they are used to set up our projectors with the Interactive Whiteboards and our mobile devices.
  • What steps did we find to be most difficult and how can we remember to complete them to have our projector working properly?
for more information
For more information
  • Office of Instructional Technology
  • oittc@schools.nyc.gov
  • www.nyc.gov/schools