Instructing in a Savvy Classroom.


80 views
Uploaded on:
Description
Classroom & Computer Lab Services. Destinations. To find out about the ... also an educator PC. Propelled (23) : Smart Podium, Windows based PC, control ...
Transcripts
Slide 1

Educating in a Smart Classroom Presented by Classroom & Computer Lab Services Sacramento State, Summer 2009

Slide 2

Objectives To find out about the hardware accessible in the Smart Classroom. To see how to utilize gear in the instructional setting. To work on utilizing Smart Classroom hardware. Sacramento State, Summer 2009

Slide 3

Classroom and Computer Lab Services Classroom and Computer Lab Services (http://www.csus.edu/irt/acr/cs/) Smart Classroom Training Website (http://webapps2.csus.edu/smartclassrooms/) Computer Lab Services (http://www.csus.edu/irt/acr/cls/) Sacramento State, Summer 2009

Slide 4

Smart Classroom characterized… Instructional range furnished with innovation to help and upgrade guideline of a course: Project instructional substance from tablet to whole class Engage understudies with PowerPoint Presentations Access the grounds system Show instructional recordings Enable understudies to be imaginative and drawing in with course assignments/presentations Sacramento State, Summer 2009

Slide 5

Summer Classroom Renovations ARC 3004, 3006, 3009 DH 212 LIB 65 MND 1003, 1005, 3013 MRP 1000, 1001 RVR 1015 SQU 456, 338 SLN 2002 Sacramento State, Summer 2009

Slide 6

Feedback about Classrooms Smart Classroom Questionnaire Spring 2009 Learn about staff concerns and needs Prioritize and select rooms to remodel Sacramento State, Summer 2009

Slide 7

Smart Classroom Classifications Basic (152) : standard shrewd board to associate a portable workstation, video projector, shut subtitling abilities Intermediate (51) : has the majority of the elements of a fundamental room in addition to a teacher PC Advanced (23) : Smart Podium, Windows based PC, control and interface boards, video projector, control catches to flip shut inscriptions on or off, archive camera Sacramento State, Summer 2009

Slide 8

Basic Smart Classroom AIRC 1008 BNC 1029 Sacramento State, Summer 2009

Slide 9

Intermediate Smart Classroom Amador 153 Sacramento State, Summer 2009

Slide 10

Advanced Smart Classroom SQU 456, LIB 65… Sacramento State, Summer 2009

Slide 11

Equipment Smart Podium Windows Based Computer Video Projector Interface and Control Panels VHS/DVD Combo Player Closed Captioning Capabilities Document Camera Touch Screen (coming soon) Sacramento State, Summer 2009

Slide 12

Environmental Features Internet Access/Wireless Access White board: Minimum 8 – 10 feet unhindered space for instructional use Podium ADA agreeable – e.g. raised or brought down by means of hand wrench/lever Speakers mounted at front of classroom Light controls – front, back, divider wash lights Acoustics: covering and other sound sealing material Sacramento State, Summer 2009

Slide 13

Equipment to Bring Checklist Basic and Intermediate classrooms Compatible portable workstation phone connector link 1/8" smaller than normal sound link Apple DVI to VGA Display Adapter Cable (Mac Laptop clients) Ethernet Cable Can buy link pack from Hornet Bookstore or checkout at IRT Service Desk Sacramento State, Summer 2009

Slide 14

Control Panel Enables you to turn video projector on or off Manipulate data hotspot for video projector (what shows on projector screen) Adjust speaker volume Sacramento State, Summer 2009

Slide 15

Interface Area/Panel Enables you to Connect your tablet by means of VGA link Audio jack to associate sound link for sound RCA (sound/video) jacks Sacramento State, Summer 2009

Slide 16

Instructor Station and Podium Available in a few classrooms Windows based PC introduced into platform Ample space and usefulness Sacramento State, Summer 2009

Slide 17

Document Camera Available in a few classrooms Project nitty gritty drawings, printed materials, 3d models, and other instructional materials to whole class Uses high determination camcorder for presentation Sacramento State, Summer 2009

Slide 18

Useful Information Laptop works naturally with projector – determination 1024 X 768 5 sec postponement when showing archive camera content on screen Podium raises and brings down by utilization of hand lever – meets ADA consistence Touch screens to be introduced above platform –to read so anyone might hear screen data; control board underneath platform has same capacities VCR\'s will be eliminated Sacramento State, Summer 2009

Slide 19

Useful Information cont… Large screen size - introduce gadget to control screen to anticipate blocking visual contact with class Wireless mouthpieces in bigger rooms e.g. MND 1003 8-10 ft unhampered whiteboard composing space White board markers accessible in class Whiteboards standard crosswise over classrooms; no writing slates Instructions/Emergency numbers accessible in classroom Sacramento State, Summer 2009

Slide 20

Demo – Using the Equipment Smart Panel or Control/Interface Panels Connecting your Laptop PC/MAC Campus TV Playing VHS/DVD films Turning Closed Captions On/Off Transparency Projector Sacramento State, Summer 2009

Slide 21

Classroom Assistance Phone and contact numbers accessible in classroom For quick help contact IRT Service Desk at x87337 from classroom telephone Classroom reservations ought to be done by means of space administration: http://www.rms.csus.edu/space/Sacramento State, Summer 2009

Slide 22

Questions?? Sacramento State, Summer 2009

Recommended
View more...