Presentation on theme: "Curriculum Side-Dyknow VisionMonitoring Side Interactive Feedback From Students Active Note taking Best Practices and."— Presentation transcript:
Curriculum Side-Dyknow VisionMonitoring Side Interactive Feedback From Students Active Note taking Best Practices and Supporting Technologies Through monitor white list just the urls you want them to visi tand student cant get anywhere else Lets take a walk around Dyknow….
Where are you in terms of Dyknow? What do you want to do in your classes? A. Get more feedback/assessment from students B. Offer an audio recording C. Focus on small group and project based learning D, Other Polling gives control; then posts graph By using the polling question, you can pull information back into class and discuss why students chose their answer How do you know what /when the student submitted answers? Green arrow turns red Click on ABC icon to set up the poll-Then, poll participants can see people sending results in a bar graph, pie chart or individual responses Click capture which puts it on screen, then, click outside and it plants
Well-designed skeletal notes are more effective than free-form notes or complete instructor notes Can use Private Ink- doesnt show up on students notes Research based Approach to Encouraging Effective Note-taking: Use Dyknow to provide guided notes and facilitate effective and active note taking Well-designed skeletal notes are more effective than free-form notes or complete instructor notes
Use Dyknows lecture capture feature to pre-record class lectures Saves in a Windows Media format; can export to mp3 so students can listen while walking to class on their iPods Require students to replay lecture prior to class Free up class time for in-class activities Teacher is now present to assist with activities normally done outside the classroom Click session, start, record audio. When you save,notebook will go to server as notes do Can capture what students are discussing Can post for student who misses class
Record Your Notes Teach to Your computer with Audio -computer mic -lapel mic -Audacity Distribute to student Have Students review before class: Homework -Review -Have basic information Then, you can do more small group interaction Start With A PowerPoint…..Inset It And Off You Go!
-Grab student work, bring it into session and it becomes a part of everyones notes -Best Practice –Bring In a students work; It shows without showing students name -You can go in and retrieve student work; You can make annotations on it, put a grade on it and then you can electronically send it back to student -Students can only see their work;
Through Replay can see the different places students have been Screen grab, insert, and it pops it into Dyknow Great Feature!......For Math, maping, labeling Can record steps and replay back step by step
Can embed content and images in students notes Blogs Java applets GoogleDocs Screen grabs, scanned images Uses Dego social networking Set up as co-moderators-so that when the instructor adds content it is automatically getting can see student status-stop light effect in blocks by student name Can use Wordle Position can make the panel be different sizes Disable by default allow browser Can browse/ then capture
Travelocity activity –pick a place to go and how much it cost -Place the website in the bottom-position, question at top -Grayed box is where students write -Then there is a submit panel at the end of the teacher -Submit panel at the top right look at home tab can write full panel test -Private notes-students learn to balance pen and text tool Class examples: -On what continent would you find the Nile River? - In what hemisphere would you find USA -Which continent possesses the most people
Provide students a notebook of examples to help them with homework Put up math problem View replay play Replay is great with graphing And Character writing /cursive/music teachers/
To Check Attendance Go to Tab marked Show Attendance Look for unchecked boxes
Modeled after the windows 07 If you ever get lost, go home….
-Another great way of getting input from students: Status check-teachers add a stoplight to panel- anytime you see a stop light on a panel student stops and updates status of understanding Can browse over icon to see status