Destination 2015: Flipped Learning – Week 3

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Week 1: Overview of Flipped Learning
Week 2: Curated Content
Week 3: Created Content—online lesson/activities and assessments
Week 4: Created Content—in class activities and assessments
Week 5: Final Project Presentations

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Day 3 Agenda

Sign in Room 11-106 and then meet in your assigned room on your name tag:

Schedule for James and Mandy’s group

  • 1:00pm-1:50pm     Meet in 11-216 for 1st Activity: Debrief with Entrance ticket
  • 2:00pm-4:00pm    Computer Lab Rotations (Building 7-122, 129, and 120):
  • 2:00pm-2:30pm    1st lab-Room 7-122: Screencasting with Al and Page
  • 2:35pm-3:05pm     2nd lab-Room 7-129: Presentation Tools with Donna and Aaron
  • 3:05pm-3:15pm     Break
  • 3:20pm-3:50pm     3rd lab-Room 7-120: Video Production with James and Mandy
  • 3:50pm-4:00pm    (Stay in last lab): Introduce next online lesson/Review Homework

Schedule for Donna and Aaron’s group

  • 1:00pm-1:50pm     Meet in 11-217 for 1st Activity: Debrief with Entrance ticket
  • 2:00pm-4:00pm    Computer Lab Rotations (Building 7-120, 122, and 129):
  • 2:00pm-2:30pm    1st lab-Room 7-120: Video Production with James and Mandy
  • 2:35pm-3:05pm     2nd lab-Room 7-122: Screencasting with Al and Page
  • 3:05pm-3:15pm     Break
  • 3:20pm-3:50pm     3rd lab-Room 7-129: Presentation Tools with Donna and Aaron
  • 3:50pm-4:00pm    (Stay in last lab): Introduce next online lesson/Review Homework

Schedule for Al and Page’s Group

  • 1:00pm-1:50pm     Meet in 11-218 for 1st Activity: Debrief with Entrance ticket
  • 2:00pm-4:00pm    Computer Lab Rotations (Building 7-129, 120, and 122):
  • 2:00pm-2:30pm    1st lab-Room 7-129: Presentation Tools with Donna and Aaron
  • 2:35pm-3:05pm     2nd lab-Room 7-120: Video Production with James and Mandy
  • 3:05pm-3:15pm     Break
  • 3:20pm-3:50pm     3rd lab-Room 7-122: Screencasting with Al and Page
  • 3:50pm-4:00pm    (Stay in last lab): Introduce next online lesson/Review Homework

 

Week 3 Homework

Instructions –

You have two assignments due this week, the first needs to be submitted to your facilitator via email by Wednesday at noon. The second is your entrance ticket for week four “Created Content – Online/Lesson Activities and Assessments”

  • Include the product of your created content: Create a sample lesson using the tool of your choice: YouTube, MoveNote, or Screencast (as it relates to your project). Email the link to your project to your facilitator by 5pm Wednesday, June 3rd.
  • Fill out and print your created content lesson plan. Bring this to the session next Friday,  June 5th, (this is your entrance ticket). If you have questions, contact your facilitator, (this is the same process as last week, just a different template, and now you’re creating the content). You can access the template here: Flipped Lesson Plan Template: Created Content

This week we covered…

  • What did you think about your video feedback?
  • Debrief on Entrance Ticket
  • Drinking from the fire hose
  • Overview of the day
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Screencasting:

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Presentation Tools:

https://www.movenote.com/v/W0QSX0dIQ_1MD

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Video Production:

Introduction to Youtube

This February, YouTube turned 10. Did you know that? How well do you know YouTube? From the silly to the profound, from the personal to the political, this link celebrates a decade of creativity and self-expression. And, they do it from A to Z. With over 75 references and 18 filmmaking styles, they’ve tried to capture some of the richness and variety of YouTube from the last decade. So, if you have missed the past 10 years of YouTube, here is an easy link to help you get caught up. 

 

 

Did you know that there are currently 300 hours (in other words 12.5 days) of video uploaded to YouTube every minute of every day. Each day people watch hundreds of millions of hours on YouTube and generate billions of views. (Click here for more YouTube Statistics)

From entertainment to gaming, DIY projects to school, people today are turning to Youtube for answers. Why? well, like it or not, many people prefer watching to reading. In fact, Mark Prensky (The guy who coined the terms Digital Natives and Digital Immigrants back in 2001) suggested in 2009 that YouTube might just be the future of Reading and Writing (Click here to read his article “Why YouTube Matters”).

For those of you wanting something a little more current, you might want to check out the 2015 Internet Trends Report. And while the entire slide deck is worth a look, we have summarized a few key takeaways for you.  Our current and future students are moving away from text; 12 to 24-year-olds prefer visual media (Slide 68). Usage of instagram, snap chat, and pinterest continue to rise. These kids love their smartphones, they have them with them all the time (Slide 69), they live in a world of Just In Time training (Slide 73) , and they themselves use their cameras daily to produce content to share with their social networks (Slide 70). Simply put, YouTube is a great tool to meet your students where they already are.

 

 

Choose Your Mission

Can you finish all 4 missions in your given time? If not, perhaps start with mission 1, then move to the one that interests you most. Good Luck!

Mission 1: YouTube Basics    (Video Instructions Here!)

  1. Create/Log-in to Your YouTube Account (How Do I Do That? An Instructional Video)
  2. Add a Playlist- Pile or File, How Will You Organize Your Content
  3. Subscriptions – Find Someone to Follow and Subscribe to Their Channel
  4. Upload a Basic Web Capture

Mission 2: Smart Device Basics (Video Instructions Here!)

  1. Are You iOS or Android? Click the Link and Watch the Video for You
  2. Download YouTube Capture (iOS) or Vivavideo (Android)
  3. Create/Log-in to Your Youtube Account Through Your Device
  4. Shoot a Quick Video and Send It to Your Channel

FAQ – How did you make your smart device show up on you screen like that? 

Mission 3: Linking and Embedding (Video Instructions Here!)

  1. Make a SafeShare.TV link
  2. Put a Link to a SafeShare.TV Video into Your Blackboard Course
  3. Use Embed Code to Add a YouTube Video to Your Blackboard Course

Mission 4: Captioning (Video Instructions Here!) 

  1. Create/Log-in to Your YouTube Account (See Mission 1)
  2. Upload a Basic Web Capture (See Mission 1) and Caption It in Youtube
  3. Watch this Video and Consider Ways to Get Your Students to Help You Caption Youtube Videos (Service Learning Anyone?)

 

Documenting our Experience – #circlesofinnovation

Do you use social media? You can contribute to the Circles experience by using the hashtag #circlesofinnovation and see your post show up on our Tagboard page as we document our experience together.

https://tagboard.com/circlesofinnovation/206593

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Bonus Content

List of Related Courses

Lightboard Update

 

For those of you enjoying Destinations and looking to identify some future PD courses on related topics, we have curated a short list for you. 

2 Responses to “Destination 2015: Flipped Learning – Week 3”

  1. Jonathan Landwer

    Hi All, I’m making some content to my presentation that I’ll use this week and next. I’m trying to use SafeShare but I’m not able to get it to work. Isn’t it just a copy/paste? I keep getting the message “There is a problem generating a SafeLink.” I did the YouTube download recommended by SafeLink which I found in their HELP forum.Any ideas?
    Thanks
    Jonathan

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