A Photo Speaks A Thousand Words: Utilizing Advanced Cameras to Upgrade Showing and Learning.


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Exhibit particular approaches to utilize computerized cameras to show particular ideas. ... How did this movement extend your reasoning about utilizing computerized cameras for showing and learning? ...
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A Picture Speaks A Thousand Words: Using Digital Cameras to Enhance Teaching & Learning (Adapted from work by Paula Pedersen & Helen Mongan-Rallis)

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Objectives - What you ought to have the capacity to do after today\'s class: Demonstrate particular approaches to utilize computerized cameras to show particular ideas. Depict & clarify thoughts for utilizing advanced cameras & computerized photographs as showing & learning instruments in your own particular calling.

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We utilize Sony Mavica in light of the fact that: • no product required • no downloading • takes pictures on floppy circles • cross stage • .jpg arrange so web & PP prepared Practical Issues Why use photographs? Why advanced cameras? What sort of cameras?

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Enhancing Teaching & Learning with Digital Photos What you do relies on upon what you need to accomplish

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Low level ? Abnormal state A Framework for Using Photos: Using Bloom\'s Taxonomy Knowledge Comprehension Application Analysis Synthesis Evaluation

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Knowledge & Comprehension To instruct or exhibit lower level considering

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Learning understudy names: Photos on Course Web Page. Additionally print printed version and glue on course organizer [Photo of understudies erased from this slide on account of security issues in having this slide posted on the web]

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Photos utilized as a part of online strung discourse discussion

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Photos utilized as a part of database of exhorting records

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"how-to" rules for hardware use http://www.d.umn.edu/itss/classroom/MONH108/SLIDE.HTM

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Guidelines for showing understudies lab strategies http://www.d.umn.edu/~hrallis/guides/imovie/importing.html

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Teach ID http://www.d.umn.edu/geography/coursehtmls/missrocks/intro.html PowerPoint of Minerals (appeared in class & posted on the web) http://www.d.umn.edu/~pmorton/geol2300/powerpoint/shading/sld002.htm

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Students in Tim Roufs\' Anthro class can download a PowerPoint of slides for the class. Large portions of these slides show photographs Dr. Roufs brought with a computerized camera http://www.d.umn.edu/cla/staff/troufs/anth1602/pcweek06.html

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Application & Analysis To educate or show center level considering

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Preparation for field trips http://www.d.umn.edu/~pmorton/geol2311/field%20trip/fieldtripoct28%2C2000.html

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To find out about different societies This can be consolidated with an email buddy program, video-conferencing, or electronic examination board between gatherings of understudies from various social gatherings. Understudy from every webpage take advanced photographs and email these or post on site for others to see.

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"Here is a photograph which indicates Tina encouraging the youngsters rechecking their statures. This was an exceptionally common outgrowth of the youngsters\' advantages and did not upset the gathering." Students take photos at to outline ideas learned in the class. In perception log they investigate the scenes. http://www.d.umn.edu/~hrallis/STEP/TinasObservation/ObservationOneTL.html

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Synthesis & Evaluation To instruct or show larger amount considering

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Senior Anthropology Seminar: Students think about what they have realized and post this on the course site http://www.d.umn.edu/~lbelote/srseminar/lastwords2000.html

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Teaching English electronic portfolio: Students are required to make an online variant of their educating portfolios. This must incorporate photographs & video cuts. http://www.d.umn.edu/~lmillerc/TeachingEnglishHomePage/Portfolios/Portfolio%20Requirements.html

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Example of electronic (web-based)portfolio Use of photographs or video cuts in portfolio http://www.d.umn.edu/~kwilliam/portfolio.htm

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Photos with Students take photographs of each other to demonstrate their utilization of various procedures http://www.d.umn.edu/~kwilliam/student_pictures.htm

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Web-based portfolio for Art Pre-Service Teacher This understudy took photographs of her senior workmanship show & made a virtual presentation to demonstrate her work http://www.d.umn.edu/~jhummel/portfolio.html

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Using Video Clips Teaching communication via gestures. Instructing outside dialect Demonstration of methods (e.g. physical training, science lab) Speech pathology Digital narrating

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Using still pictures to make recordings Here an understudy utilized photographs she had taken furthermore checked pictures to make a video to instruct about water (video by Rachel Barr)

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Activity In your little gatherings take your computerized camera and photo case to represent your theme. Pick pictures that will advance more prominent comprehension on the idea. As a gathering, plan how you will utilize these photos to educate the idea to the class.

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Photo Group Assignments Different geometric shapes (the greatest number of various types as you can discover) Teaching dialect: position of lips or tongue to make distinctive sounds Examples of non-verbal correspondence The diverse parts of a PC

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Sharing of Photos Show your photographs. Clarify how you would utilize the photos you took to instruct the idea.

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Discussion How could this have been able to this action extend your reasoning about utilizing advanced cameras for instructing and learning? What ways would you be able to consider to utilize computerized photographs in your own particular educating setting? (Partaking in 2s)

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Conclusion: Where to Now? Select cameras that are anything but difficult to utilize Begin where you & your understudies are agreeable Use system to platform instructing and learning (e.g. Sprout\'s Taxonomy) Be innovative! Explore Just do it!

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