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1 2007 © Livescribe, Inc., Confidential NEVER MISS A WORD Introducing the Pulse Smartpen

2 2007 © Livescribe, Inc., Confidential Meet Janet Sankar Hw We Process Information: The 3 Rs

3 2007 © Livescribe, Inc., Confidential GoToMeeting Hw We Process Information: The 3 Rs * 6 to Mute or Unmute your phone line If using VOIP, right-click on microphone icon to the left of your name I will Mute All Use Chat box for questions

4 2007 © Livescribe, Inc., Confidential Major Topics for Today Hw We Process Information: The 3 Rs Capture, Access, and Share: Pulse Smartpen and Software Using the Pulse Smartpen: Teachers, Students, and Administrators

5 2007 © Livescribe, Inc., Confidential 55 Capture, Access, and Share: Pulse Smartpen and Software

6 2007 © Livescribe, Inc., Confidential 6 The Livescribe Paper-Based Computing Platform *

7 2007 © Livescribe, Inc., Confidential Pulse Smartpen WHY IS IT SMART? Computer in a pen Microphone Infrared camera Built-in speaker Display Rechargeable battery Connects to computer 4GB of memory 400 hours audio 64,000 page notes HOW DOES IT WORK? Records and links audio to what you write Plays back recorded audio Uploads content to your computer

8 2007 © Livescribe, Inc., Confidential Let’s Try It ! 8

9 2007 © Livescribe, Inc., Confidential Binaural Earbuds Developed by chief scientist at Stereo Recording –Highest fidelity recording system available Spatial Audio –3-dimensional sound –Strong sense of presence –Distinguish voices by location –Tune out unwanted sounds 9

10 2007 © Livescribe, Inc., Confidential Try It Again – This Time With Headphones 10

11 2007 © Livescribe, Inc., Confidential Livescribe Desktop Software Searchable Notes Green – Audio Black – No Audio

12 2007 © Livescribe, Inc., Confidential Review #13 – Pencasting Page 46 – 8 Tips

13 2007 © Livescribe, Inc., Confidential Livescribe Community (with 250MB of free space)

14 2007 © Livescribe, Inc., Confidential Uses of the Smartpen 14 Credit Recovery Distance Learning Administrators With Staff AVID Programs Mentoring New Teachers Speech/ Language Pathologists Reading/Math Assessment Students in Inclusion Classroom Students Administrators Educators

15 2007 © Livescribe, Inc., Confidential Appendix Seamless Integration of Technology in the Classroom Using the Pulse Smartpen: Administrators

16 2007 © Livescribe, Inc., Confidential Staff Meetings / Board Meetings Notes and 2 Hrs of Audio of each Meeting are Posted for Public Review Instant Access to Notes and Dialogue of Key Topics Availability Instantly Access to Speech and Emotion Maintains information lost in Text Transcription Most Public Governmental Proceedings Mandate Published Notes Pencasting Saves Time, Money and Provide More Information to Constituency * Click image to launch pencast.

17 2007 © Livescribe, Inc., Confidential Classroom Observations Print observation form on dot paper Record segments of the lesson Use the recorded segments to reinforce positive behaviors or instruct in areas that need improvement

18 2007 © Livescribe, Inc., Confidential Capture audio linked with observational notations Classroom Observations

19 2007 © Livescribe, Inc., Confidential CodeCategoryDescription ?Knowledge-level question Requires a right answer or simple recall of facts; includes review questions ? (circle) Higher cognitive question Requires students to think, apply, interpret, analyze, synthesize, create, or evaluate ? (slashed) Checks for understanding Requires students to show understanding of content or procedures; call for summarizing, explaining, comparing + Praise or acknowledgement Students’ academic responses, actions, or products are praised or acknowledged CCorrection Students’ academic responses are wrong or incomplete, and teacher corrects them GGuided correction Students’ academic responses are wrong or incomplete, and teacher guides, probes, restates (check mark)Social comments Teacher makes a social comment to a student. Even if stated as a question, a social comment is coded – ReprimandTeacher reprimands behavior Student initiates Student initiates remarks or questions to the teacher. Be sure to code the teacher’s response if there is one (Stallings, Needles, & Sparks, 1987) Classroom Observations

20 2007 © Livescribe, Inc., Confidential Administrative Uses of the Smartpen Print observation form on dot paper Give to teacher for review or use during post-ob Teacher Observations Sketch a seating chart in notebook Document classroom interactions between students Classroom Walkthroughs Share lesson ideas, strategies, or classroom management techniques Mentoring Programs Searchable notes get uploaded to your computer Meeting Notes Capture training workshops and seminars Search for key words through the software Professional Development

21 2007 © Livescribe, Inc., Confidential Using the Pulse Smartpen: Teachers

22 2007 © Livescribe, Inc., Confidential Running Records / Fluency

23 2007 © Livescribe, Inc., Confidential Talking Walls, Books, Posters, etc. Print dot paper on mailing labels Place them on objects around the room with a dot for a recorded message Book reviews on each book in a classroom library

24 2007 © Livescribe, Inc., Confidential Audio-enhanced Lesson Plans Write basic notes on dot paper Record additional information about where items are located, etc.

25 2007 © Livescribe, Inc., Confidential Musical Notebook Record music with a simple dot Click on dot to play music pieces from your pen No need to carry around sound equipment

26 2007 © Livescribe, Inc., Confidential Homework / Homebound Helpers Create pencasts Students see and hear the lesson as many times as needed to grasp content Create a collection for self-guided discovery of curriculum topics

27 2007 © Livescribe, Inc., Confidential 27 * Click image to launch pencast. Bio ReactorPhase of Moon Make-up Spelling Test6 th Grade Math Masters Specific Heat Tutorial Pencasts – Go Beyond Classroom Walls

28 2007 © Livescribe, Inc., Confidential Speech Referrals Record a conversation with a student identified as having speech issues Give pen to speech therapist to review as a referral

29 2007 © Livescribe, Inc., Confidential Speech Language Therapy Created articulation practice sheets, language development sheets, or customized communication board Students can record their practice sessions directly on the dot paper to document their progress

30 2007 © Livescribe, Inc., Confidential Make-up Spelling Tests Record spelling test as delivered Place in sheet protector and put stylus in pen Absent students can use test with earbuds to take it when they return

31 2007 © Livescribe, Inc., Confidential Talking Tests Record test questions and answers for students with verbal accommodations in their IEP Students can also record their answers if necessary

32 2007 © Livescribe, Inc., Confidential Teacher Uses of the Smartpen Use “Notebook Notes” for verbal communication with non-reading or non-English speaking parents Parent-Teacher Communication Running records for fluency and miscue analysis Document students’ responses and participation Progress Monitoring/Data Collection Develop step-by-step lessons and upload to web for student on-demand access Pencasts/ Audio Study Guides Add extra details through audio recordings Lesson Plans Capture training workshops and seminars Search for key words through the software Professional Development

33 2007 © Livescribe, Inc., Confidential 33 Using the Pulse Smartpen: Students

34 2007 © Livescribe, Inc., Confidential 34 Piolat, A., Olive, T, & Kellogg, R. T. (2005). Cognitive effort during note taking. Applied Cognitive Psychology, 19, Notetaking is hard…harder than playing chess

35 2007 © Livescribe, Inc., Confidential 35 Multi-layered Notes When the student is allowed to take notes in class while listening to the teacher, watching a video, or accessing information from the interactive white board, that student can then go back and re-listen to those notes as many times as needed. They can layer on new notes as they are listening over and over and still have the audio linked to the new text.

36 2007 © Livescribe, Inc., Confidential Audio Study Guides Print image on dot paper Record information about diagram or image Place paper in sheet protector Give students access for review

37 2007 © Livescribe, Inc., Confidential Assistive Technologies Augmentative/Alternative Communication –– Macaw Green ($1,838) –– 32 keys, 78 minutes of audio –– 2 pounds Audio-Tactile Graphics –– Talking Tactile Tablet ($699) –– Requires Mac or PC (additional $1,000) –– Content is extra (eg., maps of the world: $259) Calculator (with large print and speech) –– Sci-Plus 300 ($295) –– Math, trig, and science functions

38 2007 © Livescribe, Inc., Confidential Augmentative Assistive Communications Livescribe Solution –– Inexpensive, lightweight, easy to program and customize

39 2007 © Livescribe, Inc., Confidential Audio Enabled Labels Interactive Posters – Audio labels can be placed on posters or artwork, giving information such as students’ perspective, facts, comments, or sounds that relate to the artwork. Book Review – students attach an audio label in books they have read with a review of the book, what they thought about it, what they liked/disliked about the book. Talking Comics – Students add audio labels to speech bubbles on comic life projects

40 2007 © Livescribe, Inc., Confidential Student Uses of the Smartpen Replay teachers’ instructions and lectures as often as necessary whenever they’re needed Teacher in Your Pocket Write key words, ideas or pictures Layer notes to main ideas using audio recording Multilayer Notetaking Develop step-by-step lessons and upload to web for student on-demand access Instructional Pencasts Speed up or slow down teacher audio instruction Make native language notes to reinforce learning English Language Learners Student sees and hears the actual lesson from a classroom teacher Home-bound Students

41 2007 © Livescribe, Inc., Confidential There’s an App for that!

42 2007 © Livescribe, Inc., Confidential Livescribe Online Store

43 2007 © Livescribe, Inc., Confidential Livescribe Online Store – App Details


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