Classroom Presenter:Using Tablet PCs to promote classroom interaction Ruth Anderson University of Virginia firstname.lastname@example.org Beth Simon University of California, San Diego email@example.com
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Student Submissions in the classroom • Model: Slide based lecture with embedded activities • Student submissions support a wide range of class activities and teaching styles • Classroom Assessment • Review and reflection • Collective Brainstorming • Problem Solving • Explanation of Misconceptions • Student Generated Examples
Minute question • What was the most interesting point raised during Chuck Thacker’s keynote yesterday?
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?
Brainstorming • What problems might arise if students are allowed to use Tablet PCs in the Classroom?
Distributed, Tablet PC Application Initial development, 2001-2002 at MSR Continuing development at UW Collaboration with Microsoft Built on ConferenceXP Multicast networking Simple application Ink Overlay on images Export PPT to image Real time ink broadcast UI Designed for use during presentation on tablet Presentation features Instructor notes on slides Slide minimization Classroom Presenter Instructor Note
Ubiquitous Presenter:An Extension of Classroom Presenter CONTRIBUTION 1 2 • TRY IT! http://edtech.ucsd.edu • To sign up for a hosted classroom
LeveragingWeb Technology:Automatic Web Capture and Replay of Ink SDSC REU Education in Science and Tech, MSFT This is not an experience Report, this is SYSTEM DESIGN We want your input • TRY IT! http://edtech.ucsd.edu • To sign up for a hosted classroom
Supporting Laptops AND Tablets:Student Submissions with Text and Java Ink Applet • TRY IT! http://edtech.ucsd.edu • To sign up for a hosted classroom
CLASSROOM PRESENTER www.cs.washington.edu/education/dl/presenter Richard Anderson firstname.lastname@example.org Ruth Anderson email@example.com Beth Simon firstname.lastname@example.org