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  1. Classroom PresenterUsing the Tablet PC to support Classroom Interaction Richard Anderson University of Washington June 14, 2006

  2. What will the university classroom look like . . . • If all students have computational devices • Laptops, Tablets, Ultralight Tablets, PDAs, Smart Phones, Gameboys . . . • If the devices are all connected • If the devices are integrated into classroom instruction

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

  4. 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

  5. Ink Based Presentation

  6. Distance Learning Classes

  7. 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

  8. 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

  9. 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

  10. Classroom Presenter

  11. Demo

  12. Draw a picture of yourself

  13. Where are you from?

  14. Student Attention vs. Time Attention 10 20 30 40 50 60 Time

  15. What are the factors of x2 – 2x -15

  16. Problem Solving • You have three coins: • One coin with two heads, one coin with two tails, and one coin with a head and a tail • Suppose you choose a coin at random, flip it in the air and it lands heads. • What is the probability that it’s other side is a head? ?

  17. What concerns would you have about using Tablet PCs in the Classroom?

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