I write, it is 20 August, 2016. I am listening to a “Classroom 2.0” webinar. Source can be found here: http://live.classroom20.com/archive-and-resources
As I listen to this webinar, I take notes. Later, I can write a paragraph, if I want. Or simply record my voice as I make sense out of these notes.
So here are today’s notes, below. I am back here and i is 28 August. I have added hyperlinks. n.b. some notes / resources below are not from what Matt Bergman said, but are from posts that attendees kept adding (very collaborative!)
THE EVOLUTION OF PICTURES
-70% of learners are visual (did I get that right?)
-images solidify learning
-images go into long-term memory (more sticky)
-SAMR type model for images search (yeah, so I am supposed to know what SAMR is, of course: what is SAMR model?)
-see Color, Usage rights…. need to know about copyright!
-teach tools to be able to use technology in respectful manner
-see Pixabay: pictures, video clips… free images and videos
-copy + paste the citation provided in Pixabay to show source
-ibid re. citation
-Google Maps Historical Imagery: Street view of Google maps. Historical imagery ex. 9/11
-Ss need to have good photo-taking skills!
-What is SeeSaw (student driven digital portfolios) Seesaw
-PechaKucha (talk about images) simple presentation format
-Check out Google photos: make collage (great storytelling tool!), album, animation features home for your photos
-see the craftycrow.net….. beginning photography for kids children’s craft collective
-HaikuDeck presentation software
-Check out Ken SHELTON re. Google + photos (I imagine this is the right fellow:) Ken Shelton
-see Google drawings Googlre drawings app via chrome
-see Eric Curts website – blog great tutorials! Lovely templates to use! controlachieve.com
-What is QuickTime ? (looks like Apple) Quick Time
-What is smore? what is smore
-collaborate on a book through Google slides info Google slides
See John Butterill’s Virtual Photo Walks (in nature, provides images to people, ex. some people never get out due to mobility / health restrictions) John Butterill
Well I sure enjoyed that listening. It was not so easy trying to listen while keep up with all the posts, the huge number of resources people kept adding….