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1 Teaching and Learning with Technology to edit Master title style  Allyn and Bacon 2002 Teaching and Learning with Technology to edit Master title style  Allyn and Bacon 2005 Teaching and Learning with Technology  Allyn and Bacon 2005 Video Technologies Chapter 10 Teaching and Learning with Technology

2 to edit Master title style  Allyn and Bacon 2002 Teaching and Learning with Technology to edit Master title style  Allyn and Bacon 2005 Teaching and Learning with Technology  Allyn and Bacon 2005 Motion Video Whether traditional or digital, can bring content to life. Brings distant, imaginary, or simulated places into the classroom Brings history to life Reinforces instruction Video in Teaching and Learning

3 Teaching and Learning with Technology to edit Master title style  Allyn and Bacon 2002 Teaching and Learning with Technology to edit Master title style  Allyn and Bacon 2005 Teaching and Learning with Technology  Allyn and Bacon 2005 Motion video can also Disengage learners Encourage passive learning Educators are challenged to find effective ways to integrate video into instruction Video in Teaching and Learning

4 Teaching and Learning with Technology to edit Master title style  Allyn and Bacon 2002 Teaching and Learning with Technology to edit Master title style  Allyn and Bacon 2005 Teaching and Learning with Technology  Allyn and Bacon 2005 Video History Movies were first used in schools in 1911 Television joined movies as an instructional tool in the 1950’s Video tape became available in the 1980’s Today, there is digital video (on DVD and the Net) Video in Teaching and Learning

5 Teaching and Learning with Technology to edit Master title style  Allyn and Bacon 2002 Teaching and Learning with Technology to edit Master title style  Allyn and Bacon 2005 Teaching and Learning with Technology  Allyn and Bacon 2005 Broadcast Video Television images delivered via terrestrial and satellite equipment Programs are uplinked to satellite and then downlinked to receivers Traditional Video Technologies

6 Teaching and Learning with Technology to edit Master title style  Allyn and Bacon 2002 Teaching and Learning with Technology to edit Master title style  Allyn and Bacon 2005 Teaching and Learning with Technology  Allyn and Bacon 2005 Broadcast Video Commercial TV and educational TV (PBS) offer educational programming Local learning channels offer targeted educational programming Traditional Video Technologies

7 Teaching and Learning with Technology to edit Master title style  Allyn and Bacon 2002 Teaching and Learning with Technology to edit Master title style  Allyn and Bacon 2005 Teaching and Learning with Technology  Allyn and Bacon 2005 Broadcast Video Programs typically high-quality, high- cost productions Synchronous nature of TV difficult to use in time-restrictive classrooms Time limitations may be overcome by recording broadcasts if copyright permits Traditional Video Technologies

8 Teaching and Learning with Technology to edit Master title style  Allyn and Bacon 2002 Teaching and Learning with Technology to edit Master title style  Allyn and Bacon 2005 Teaching and Learning with Technology  Allyn and Bacon 2005 Narrowcast Video Video signals targeted to a specific audience Instructional Television Fixed Service (ITFS) is a terrestrial system Distributed via microwave from broadcast locations to schools Traditional Video Technologies

9 Teaching and Learning with Technology to edit Master title style  Allyn and Bacon 2002 Teaching and Learning with Technology to edit Master title style  Allyn and Bacon 2005 Teaching and Learning with Technology  Allyn and Bacon 2005 Narrowcast Video Require line-of-sight to transmit-- may not be possible in some districts Dedicated video network for a district so programs can be offered multiple times each day Can target very specific district instructional needs Traditional Video Technologies

10 Teaching and Learning with Technology to edit Master title style  Allyn and Bacon 2002 Teaching and Learning with Technology to edit Master title style  Allyn and Bacon 2005 Teaching and Learning with Technology  Allyn and Bacon 2005 Closed Circuit TV (CCTV) Television signals received by a school then distributed internally via CCTV CCTV can also be used for sharing in- school video productions by students Can also be used to distribute recorded broadcast or live ITFS programs Traditional Video Technologies

11 Teaching and Learning with Technology to edit Master title style  Allyn and Bacon 2002 Teaching and Learning with Technology to edit Master title style  Allyn and Bacon 2005 Teaching and Learning with Technology  Allyn and Bacon 2005 Cablecast Video Cable TV companies typically offer a channel for schools or public use Cable may be connected to the schools CCTV system Quality cable television shows (CNN, Discovery, Learning Channel) can be easily incorporated into classroom instruction Traditional Video Technologies

12 Teaching and Learning with Technology to edit Master title style  Allyn and Bacon 2002 Teaching and Learning with Technology to edit Master title style  Allyn and Bacon 2005 Teaching and Learning with Technology  Allyn and Bacon 2005 Traditional Video Technologies Video Distribution Systems in Schools

13 Teaching and Learning with Technology to edit Master title style  Allyn and Bacon 2002 Teaching and Learning with Technology to edit Master title style  Allyn and Bacon 2005 Teaching and Learning with Technology  Allyn and Bacon 2005 Recorded Video This asynchronous format is the format of choice for schools Video Cassette Recorders (VCRs) playback video recorded on VHS tape Tapes may pre-record programs that occurred at inconvenient times Traditional Video Technologies

14 Teaching and Learning with Technology to edit Master title style  Allyn and Bacon 2002 Teaching and Learning with Technology to edit Master title style  Allyn and Bacon 2005 Teaching and Learning with Technology  Allyn and Bacon 2005 Recorded Video Tapes may be commercially prepared Playback, copyright permitting, can be easily scheduled into classroom time Monitors provide viewing from all parts of the classroom Traditional Video Technologies

15 Teaching and Learning with Technology to edit Master title style  Allyn and Bacon 2002 Teaching and Learning with Technology to edit Master title style  Allyn and Bacon 2005 Teaching and Learning with Technology  Allyn and Bacon 2005 Recorded Video Most digital projectors can accept VCR input for large group projection Camcorders (Camera-Recorders) can also record video images of a class or instructional activities for later VCR playback Traditional Video Technologies

16 Teaching and Learning with Technology to edit Master title style  Allyn and Bacon 2002 Teaching and Learning with Technology to edit Master title style  Allyn and Bacon 2005 Teaching and Learning with Technology  Allyn and Bacon 2005 Digital Video Basics Digital video images allow for limitless editing Instructional annotation can be added to any frame Frames may be rearranged for better instructional emphasis Digital Video Technologies

17 Teaching and Learning with Technology to edit Master title style  Allyn and Bacon 2002 Teaching and Learning with Technology to edit Master title style  Allyn and Bacon 2005 Teaching and Learning with Technology  Allyn and Bacon 2005 Digital Video Basics Digital video can be added to many digital files –Presentations, web sites, etc. Full motion digital video files are very large –Three minutes of video require up to one gigabyte of storage Digital Video Technologies

18 Teaching and Learning with Technology to edit Master title style  Allyn and Bacon 2002 Teaching and Learning with Technology to edit Master title style  Allyn and Bacon 2005 Teaching and Learning with Technology  Allyn and Bacon 2005 Digital Video Basics Video compression helps remedy the file size problem Compressed files require video compression playback software –MS Media Player, Real Player, and Quick Time, etc. decompress and playback video Digital Video Technologies

19 Teaching and Learning with Technology to edit Master title style  Allyn and Bacon 2002 Teaching and Learning with Technology to edit Master title style  Allyn and Bacon 2005 Teaching and Learning with Technology  Allyn and Bacon 2005 Digital Video Basics AVI, MPEG, and MOV are the most popular compression formats today Players such as Real Player and Windows Media player can display all 3 formats Check your player to be sure they can handle your format before using it in your classroom Digital Video Technologies

20 Teaching and Learning with Technology to edit Master title style  Allyn and Bacon 2002 Teaching and Learning with Technology to edit Master title style  Allyn and Bacon 2005 Teaching and Learning with Technology  Allyn and Bacon 2005 Digital Video Technologies

21 Teaching and Learning with Technology to edit Master title style  Allyn and Bacon 2002 Teaching and Learning with Technology to edit Master title style  Allyn and Bacon 2005 Teaching and Learning with Technology  Allyn and Bacon 2005 Digital Versatile Discs (DVDs) DVDs can store up to 10.5 gigabytes of digital video on each side DVD storage also allows for frame-by- frame play back DVDs offer direct access to any frame or sequence DVD-Rs, which allow recording, are now on the market Digital Video Technologies

22 Teaching and Learning with Technology to edit Master title style  Allyn and Bacon 2002 Teaching and Learning with Technology to edit Master title style  Allyn and Bacon 2005 Teaching and Learning with Technology  Allyn and Bacon 2005 Digital Video Capture Analog video can be converted to digital via a video capture expansion card External jacks on the card allow analog video input from VCR, cable, etc. Digital Video Technologies

23 Teaching and Learning with Technology to edit Master title style  Allyn and Bacon 2002 Teaching and Learning with Technology to edit Master title style  Allyn and Bacon 2005 Teaching and Learning with Technology  Allyn and Bacon 2005 Digital Video Capture Card captures, compresses, and stores the video on the computer’s hard drive Video editing software makes it possible to edit captured video Digital Video Technologies

24 Teaching and Learning with Technology to edit Master title style  Allyn and Bacon 2002 Teaching and Learning with Technology to edit Master title style  Allyn and Bacon 2005 Teaching and Learning with Technology  Allyn and Bacon 2005 Digital Video Cameras Capture and store moving images as digital files rather than on tape Download the digital files to computer and manipulate with editing software Video clips can be played back on computer monitors or LCD projector Clips can also be inserted into , presentations, etc. Digital Video Technologies

25 Teaching and Learning with Technology to edit Master title style  Allyn and Bacon 2002 Teaching and Learning with Technology to edit Master title style  Allyn and Bacon 2005 Teaching and Learning with Technology  Allyn and Bacon 2005 Digital Video Editing Video editing requires dedicated hardware or software Editing hardware offers maximum editing capabilities but its expensive Editing software can run on a PC but typically lacks high-end editing features Digital Video Technologies

26 Teaching and Learning with Technology to edit Master title style  Allyn and Bacon 2002 Teaching and Learning with Technology to edit Master title style  Allyn and Bacon 2005 Teaching and Learning with Technology  Allyn and Bacon 2005 Compressed Video Systems (CVS) Live compressed video images are transmitted –Large files require significant bandwidth CVS are dedicated, often room-size systems –designed to use high-speed, broadband phone lines Digital Video Technologies

27 Teaching and Learning with Technology to edit Master title style  Allyn and Bacon 2002 Teaching and Learning with Technology to edit Master title style  Allyn and Bacon 2005 Teaching and Learning with Technology  Allyn and Bacon 2005 Compressed Video Systems (CVS) CVS include video cameras, monitors, microphones and codecs –Codecs are for compression- decompression CVS offer real-time, interactive live video interaction to all locations Digital Video Technologies

28 Teaching and Learning with Technology to edit Master title style  Allyn and Bacon 2002 Teaching and Learning with Technology to edit Master title style  Allyn and Bacon 2005 Teaching and Learning with Technology  Allyn and Bacon 2005 Digital Video Technologies A Typically Configured Compressed Video System

29 Teaching and Learning with Technology to edit Master title style  Allyn and Bacon 2002 Teaching and Learning with Technology to edit Master title style  Allyn and Bacon 2005 Teaching and Learning with Technology  Allyn and Bacon 2005 Internet Video - Broadcasts Live compressed video images can also be transmitted across the Net Internet broadcasts (webcasts) offer streaming video to shorten wait times Emerging compression technologies means interactive Net video will become more useful for schools Digital Video Technologies

30 Teaching and Learning with Technology to edit Master title style  Allyn and Bacon 2002 Teaching and Learning with Technology to edit Master title style  Allyn and Bacon 2005 Teaching and Learning with Technology  Allyn and Bacon 2005 Internet Video – Live Cams Live cameras connected to computers and logged into the Internet showing live digital video Many live cams are focused on subjects of educational interest Students can view live cams by visiting the live cam website Digital Video Technologies

31 Teaching and Learning with Technology to edit Master title style  Allyn and Bacon 2002 Teaching and Learning with Technology to edit Master title style  Allyn and Bacon 2005 Teaching and Learning with Technology  Allyn and Bacon 2005 Internet Video – Net Meetings Live digital video across the Net used for virtual meetings In addition to video, meeting software may include shared work space, a shared virtual electronic whiteboard, and chats Educators can adapt meeting software for class collaboration around the globe Digital Video Technologies

32 Teaching and Learning with Technology to edit Master title style  Allyn and Bacon 2002 Teaching and Learning with Technology to edit Master title style  Allyn and Bacon 2005 Teaching and Learning with Technology  Allyn and Bacon 2005 Videos in any format remain an invaluable teaching tool Video can –Alter time through slow-motion replays or time-lapse photography –Simulate historical or future events Video in Teaching and Learning

33 Teaching and Learning with Technology to edit Master title style  Allyn and Bacon 2002 Teaching and Learning with Technology to edit Master title style  Allyn and Bacon 2005 Teaching and Learning with Technology  Allyn and Bacon 2005 Video can alter space by visually transporting viewers to other locations Videos are not of equal quality –Must be fully reviewed and carefully evaluated before use Video in Teaching and Learning

34 Teaching and Learning with Technology to edit Master title style  Allyn and Bacon 2002 Teaching and Learning with Technology to edit Master title style  Allyn and Bacon 2005 Teaching and Learning with Technology  Allyn and Bacon 2005 Creating Videos Teacher and student-made videos offer creative learning opportunities and result in useful instructional materials When creating videos Storyboard to prepare for recording Plan to use the full potential of motion Video in Teaching and Learning

35 Teaching and Learning with Technology to edit Master title style  Allyn and Bacon 2002 Teaching and Learning with Technology to edit Master title style  Allyn and Bacon 2005 Teaching and Learning with Technology  Allyn and Bacon 2005 Video in Teaching and Learning Tips for Creating Successful Videos

36 Teaching and Learning with Technology to edit Master title style  Allyn and Bacon 2002 Teaching and Learning with Technology to edit Master title style  Allyn and Bacon 2005 Teaching and Learning with Technology  Allyn and Bacon 2005 Caveats when Creating Videos Parental permission required when images of students are used Be aware of district guidelines for video taping Copyright laws always apply Video in Teaching and Learning

37 Teaching and Learning with Technology to edit Master title style  Allyn and Bacon 2002 Teaching and Learning with Technology to edit Master title style  Allyn and Bacon 2005 Teaching and Learning with Technology  Allyn and Bacon 2005 Implementing Video Preview the entire video before showing Prepare for showing by Checking equipment Checking the environment (lighting, sound, seating) for viewing Video in Teaching and Learning

38 Teaching and Learning with Technology to edit Master title style  Allyn and Bacon 2002 Teaching and Learning with Technology to edit Master title style  Allyn and Bacon 2005 Teaching and Learning with Technology  Allyn and Bacon 2005 Implementing Video Engage the learner Review concepts and discuss objectives Use a video study guide Be ready to pause the video for discussions Video in Teaching and Learning

39 Teaching and Learning with Technology to edit Master title style  Allyn and Bacon 2002 Teaching and Learning with Technology to edit Master title style  Allyn and Bacon 2005 Teaching and Learning with Technology  Allyn and Bacon 2005 Implementing Video Be aware of both factual and emotional content Anticipate possible student reactions Provide preliminary and post video discussion time Watch reactions Video in Teaching and Learning


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