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Wednesday, July 29 • 11:10am - 12:00pm
Using digital video for performance assessment and professional development LIMITED

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In this presentation we provide an overview of new tools, techniques and models for using digital video to strengthen evaluation of student performance a reflecting on ones own practice as a teacher. First we will demonstrate some essential practices for capturing good video and audio in the classroom. Second, we present the different post production techniques and hosting solutions that teachers and students can use to reflect on performance and distribute the video. Using appropriate equipment and methods to capture video and then placing it in the right multimedia context optimizes the quality, depth, and value of reflections.

Technically, we will demonstrate “micro” studios that use small cameras like
smart phones or iPod Touches with discreet tripods or clips to capture video with little impact in the classroom. We also will demonstrate the use of robot camera mounts from Swivl to combine media presentation with instructional recording. We will demonstrate online hosting solutions from Vimeo and EdThena as platforms for collaborative analysis of video. We will demonstrate methods and tools for recording good audio of the speaker in the classroom.

Speakers
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Dr. Matthew Stuve

Ball State University, Teachers College
Dr. Stuve is the Associate Professor of Educational Psychology at Ball State University. Dr. Stuve is the Director of the Center for Technology in Education, Teachers College, Ball State University. He is also the President and Co-Founder, Educational Informatics, LLC. A systems and consulting company founded to commercialize intellectual property created at Ball State.


Wednesday July 29, 2015 11:10am - 12:00pm
Room 173 173 Indiana Avenue

Attendees (10)