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Title: Computer Applications


1
Computer Applications
  • Piecing it all together in a 11 Laptop
    Environment

Presentation developed by Tom Riddell Modified
for Middle School Technology Coaches (August 21,
2008)
2
Table of Contents
Agenda Objectives - APPLICATIONS -
Learning Essentials (Microsoft
Student) ActiveBook Inspiration Lin-Q ReadPlease P
hotoStory Audacity Movie Maker
SmartNotebook Smart Recorder BLOGS Podcasts Scratc
h Google Maps Google Earth
OneNote Word Excel PowerPoint Producer Publisher F
rontPage
3
Agenda
  • Discussion of Objectives
  • Introduction to OneNote
  • Exploration of commonly used applications in a
    11 Environment
  • Use OneNote to take notes, store questions to ask
    later, and/or remember ideas, examples, or
    lessons utilizing these (or any other)
    applications
  • Group Discussion and Exploration of any and all
    applications of your choice
  • Wrap-Up Discussion about what we learned and how
    we can use this information

4
Agenda
  • Discussion of Objectives
  • Introduction to OneNote
  • Exploration of commonly used applications in a
    11 Environment
  • Use OneNote to take notes, store questions to ask
    later, and/or remember ideas, examples, or
    lessons utilizing these (or any other)
    applications
  • Group Discussion and Exploration of any and all
    applications of your choice
  • Wrap-Up Discussion about what we learned and how
    we can use this information

5
Agenda
  • Discussion of Objectives
  • Introduction to OneNote
  • Exploration of commonly used applications in a
    11 Environment
  • Use OneNote to take notes, store questions to ask
    later, and/or remember ideas, examples, or
    lessons utilizing these (or any other)
    applications
  • Group Discussion and Exploration of any and all
    applications of your choice
  • Wrap-Up Discussion about what we learned and how
    we can use this information

6
Agenda
  • Discussion of Objectives
  • Introduction to OneNote
  • Exploration of commonly used applications in a
    11 Environment
  • Use OneNote to take notes, store questions to ask
    later, and/or remember ideas, examples, or
    lessons utilizing these (or any other)
    applications
  • Group Discussion and Exploration of any and all
    applications of your choice
  • Wrap-Up Discussion about what we learned and how
    we can use this information

7
Agenda
  • Discussion of Objectives
  • Introduction to OneNote
  • Exploration of commonly used applications in a
    11 Environment
  • Use OneNote to take notes, store questions to ask
    later, and/or remember ideas, examples, or
    lessons utilizing these (or any other)
    applications
  • Group Discussion and Exploration of any and all
    applications of your choice
  • Wrap-Up Discussion about what we learned and how
    we can use this information

8
Agenda
  • Discussion of Objectives
  • Introduction to OneNote
  • Exploration of commonly used applications in a
    11 Environment
  • Use OneNote to take notes, store questions to ask
    later, and/or remember ideas, examples, or
    lessons utilizing these (or any other)
    applications
  • Group Discussion and Exploration of any and all
    applications of your choice
  • Wrap-Up Discussion about what we learned and how
    we can use this information

9
Objectives
  • Introduce commonly used computer applications in
    the 11 computing environment that are available
    to you.
  • Allow you to see ideas on how to utilize these
    applications.
  • Provide time to explore applications you are
    interested in using.

10
11 will work if
  • You are willing to make mistakes.
  • You are willing to learn with the students.
  • You are willing to be taught by the students.
  • You are willing to punt.
  • You are willing to adopt the JIT Teaching Policy
  • (Just in Time teaching and learning)

11
OneNote
12
OneNote
13
OneNote
Notebooks
14
OneNote
Sections within the Notebook
15
OneNote
Pages within that Section of the Notebook
16
OneNote
  • Task
  • Create a new Notebook with Sections (Tabs) and
    Pages to compile information on applications you
    will be teaching teachers and students this
    upcoming school year.

17
OneNote
  • Hint
  • Never underestimate the power of
  • THE RIGHT CLICK

18
OneNote
19
OneNote
20
OneNote
21
OneNote
  • Kent School District PowerPoint Presentation
  • http//www.kent.k12.wa.us/KSD/it/inst_tech/ProfDev
    elopment/tut_ms_standard_software.htmlOne_Note
  • The User Guide Notebook within OneNote

22
Word
23
Word
  • http//www.kent.k12.wa.us/KSD/IT/TSC/classroom/wor
    d/index.htm
  • http//www.kent.k12.wa.us/KSD/it/inst_tech/ProfDev
    elopment/tut_ms_standard_software.htmlMicrosoft_W
    ord

24
Excel
25
Excel
  • Lesson Examples

26
Excel
  • Lesson Example

27
Excel
  • http//www.kent.k12.wa.us/KSD/IT/TSC/classroom/exc
    el/index.htm
  • http//www.kent.k12.wa.us/KSD/it/inst_tech/ProfDev
    elopment/tut_ms_standard_software.htmlExcel_

28
PowerPoint
29
PowerPoint
  • Evaluation ability from Day 1
  • Great program for students to display
  • Technology knowledge
  • Writing ability
  • Verbal speaking skills
  • Easiest program to use that excites students and
    motivates learning.
  • Great diving board for the rest of the
    technology we have.

30
PowerPoint
Examples
Scaffolding(Complete)
Scaffolding(Introduction)
GroupPresentations
StudentReview
WritingOpportunities
31
PowerPoint
And since the kids will no doubt ask
Animation
32
PowerPoint
  • http//www.kent.k12.wa.us/KSD/IT/TSC/classroom/ppt
    /index.htm
  • http//www.kent.k12.wa.us/KSD/it/inst_tech/ProfDev
    elopment/tut_ms_standard_software.htmlPowerPoint

33
Producer
34
Producer
35
Producer
  • http//www.123ppt.com/newsletter/edition-003/prese
    ntation-tutorial.asp
  • Creating a Microsoft Producer file

36
Publisher
37
Publisher
38
Publisher
  • http//www.kent.k12.wa.us/KSD/it/inst_tech/ProfDev
    elopment/tut_ms_standard_software.htmlPublisher

39
FrontPage
40
FrontPage
  • If you want to actually publish student webpages
    to the Internet, you need to take a district
    class
  • No class currently scheduled
  • If you are okay with using the webpages only on
    the server and in the classroom, there are many
    possibilities
  • http//www.kent.k12.wa.us/KSD/it/inst_tech/ProfDev
    elopment/tut_ms_standard_software.htmlFrontPage

41
FrontPage
  • Live Webpage example(Student created with
    FrontPage)
  • http//www.kent.k12.wa.us/staff/KimMcKeever/p120w
    eb/manor1_2/manor1_2.htm
  • Non-Live Webpage example(Student created with
    FrontPage, but only available on the school
    server)
  • American Civil War Example
  • Alternative Webpage Possibilities
  • http//www.wikispaces.com/
  • http//freeteams.net/

42
Microsoft Student
Microsoft/Learning Essentialsmay have changed on
the new image. I am currently using a District
Office computer, so the change may not really be
on the student laptops. I am leaving this
section as it was last year until I know if
Encarta Dictionaries, Encarta Kids, Microsoft
Math, and the Encarta Dictionaryhave truly been
removed.There is no doubt that Learning
Essentials Academic Tutorials will be on all
computers, so you may want to place your focus in
that area of this section.
43
Microsoft Student
  • Encarta Dictionaries
  • Encarta Kids
  • Learning Essentials for Students
  • Academic interface with education-specific tools
    for students and teachers. Curriculum based
    templates and toolbars for Word, PowerPoint, and
    Excel.
  • Academic tutorials that give just-in-time
    coaching for common assignments and tasks.
  • Microsoft Math
  • Microsoft Student with Encarta Premium

44
Microsoft Student
  • Encarta Dictionaries
  • Encarta Kids
  • Learning Essentials for Students
  • Academic interface with education-specific tools
    for students and teachers. Curriculum based
    templates and toolbars for Word, PowerPoint, and
    Excel.
  • Academic tutorials that give just-in-time
    coaching for common assignments and tasks.
  • Microsoft Math
  • Microsoft Student with Encarta Premium

45
Microsoft Student
  • Encarta Dictionaries
  • Encarta Kids
  • Learning Essentials for Students
  • Academic interface with education-specific tools
    for students and teachers. Curriculum based
    templates and toolbars for Word, PowerPoint, and
    Excel.
  • Academic tutorials that give just-in-time
    coaching for common assignments and tasks.
  • Microsoft Math
  • Microsoft Student with Encarta Premium

46
Microsoft Student
  • Encarta Dictionaries
  • Encarta Kids
  • Learning Essentials for Students
  • Academic interface with education-specific tools
    for students and teachers. Curriculum based
    templates and toolbars for Word, PowerPoint, and
    Excel.
  • Academic tutorials that give just-in-time
    coaching for common assignments and tasks.
  • Microsoft Math
  • Microsoft Student with Encarta Premium

47
Microsoft Student
  • Encarta Dictionaries
  • Encarta Kids
  • Learning Essentials for Students
  • Academic interface with education-specific tools
    for students and teachers. Curriculum based
    templates and toolbars for Word, PowerPoint, and
    Excel.
  • Academic tutorials that give just-in-time
    coaching for common assignments and tasks.
  • Microsoft Math
  • Microsoft Student with Encarta Premium

48
Microsoft Student
  • Encarta Dictionaries
  • Encarta Kids
  • Learning Essentials for Students
  • Academic interface with education-specific tools
    for students and teachers. Curriculum based
    templates and toolbars for Word, PowerPoint, and
    Excel.
  • Academic tutorials that give just-in-time
    coaching for common assignments and tasks.
  • Microsoft Math
  • Microsoft Student with Encarta Premium

49
Microsoft Student
  • Encarta Dictionaries
  • Encarta Kids
  • Learning Essentials for Students
  • Academic interface with education-specific tools
    for students and teachers. Curriculum based
    templates and toolbars for Word, PowerPoint, and
    Excel.
  • Academic tutorials that give just-in-time
    coaching for common assignments and tasks.
  • Microsoft Math
  • Microsoft Student with Encarta Premium

50
Microsoft Student
  • Encarta Dictionaries
  • Encarta Kids
  • Learning Essentials for Students
  • Academic interface with education-specific tools
    for students and teachers. Curriculum based
    templates and toolbars for Word, PowerPoint, and
    Excel.
  • Academic tutorials that give just-in-time
    coaching for common assignments and tasks.
  • Microsoft Math
  • Microsoft Student with Encarta Premium

51
Microsoft Student
  • Encarta Dictionaries
  • Encarta Kids
  • Learning Essentials for Students
  • Academic interface with education-specific tools
    for students and teachers. Curriculum based
    templates and toolbars for Word, PowerPoint, and
    Excel.
  • Academic tutorials that give just-in-time
    coaching for common assignments and tasks.
  • Microsoft Math
  • Microsoft Student with Encarta Premium

52
ActiveBook
53
ActiveBook
  • Step by step lessons for students to use while
    creating a technology rich project.

54
ActiveBook
  • ActiveBook can also be accessed online at
    http//www.edclass.com/
  • The website version offers a more sophisticated
    search option of lessons to use with your
    students.
  • If you cannot log on, and are unsuccessful with
    havingEdClass send you your password, contact
    Laurie Kirkland.

55
Inspiration
56
Inspiration
57
Inspiration
  • http//www.inspiration.com/productinfo/inspiration
    /using_insp/index.cfm
  • http//www.inspiration.com/tutorials/index.cfm?fus
    eactioninsp
  • http//www.kent.k12.wa.us/KSD/it/inst_tech/ProfDev
    elopment/tut_ksd_sftwr.htmlInspiration_

58
Lin-Q
59
Lin-Q
  • Allows any students desktop to be displayed and
    controlled on the Smartboard
  • Set-Up Directions

60
ReadPlease
61
ReadPlease
  • Text-to-Speech Software

62
PhotoStory
63
PhotoStory
Please note I had never touched PhotoStory
before I threw this 20 second video together in
less than 5 minutes. I do not have an authentic
example, but can see a ton of potential with this
program. It is a great introductory program for
extending PowerPoints or showing the power and
potential of Windows Movie Maker.
64
PhotoStory
  • http//www.kent.k12.wa.us/staff/donnapirog/Story_M
    ovie/use_photostory.htm
  • http//www.peachpit.com/articles/article.aspx?p36
    3891seqNum2

65
Audacity
  • Place this folder on your computer, and open
    the program by clicking
  • In order to open the sound file you create
    without the Audacity application, you must EXPORT
    the file, not SAVE it.

66
Audacity
  • Recorded lecture for students to review at a
    later date on their own accord.
  • Mr. Riddell-
  • I really appreciate you and Mr. Romine
    recording your lessons so we can review them. It
    is really helping me understand all the things we
    are talking about!

67
Audacity
  • Persuasion Radio Commercial Examples
  • Example 1
  • Family Night
  • Example 2
  • Instruments Banned from the Bus
  • Example 3
  • Messy Room (Rap in Chinese and English)
  • Example 4
  • Job is Killing Me (Rap)
  • Example 5
  • Shyness

68
Audacity
  • http//audacity.sourceforge.net/help/

69
Windows Movie Maker
70
Windows Movie Maker
Projects utilizing Windows Movie Maker Example
1 Introduction to a documentary on the Oregon
Trail.Uses stills and video from United
Streaming along with voice recordings using
Audacity. (Includes one brief green screen clip
using a video camera,but the same intro idea
could be used without this additional technology)
Example 2 Fifteen minute American Civil War
documentary. Uses stills and video from United
Streaming along with voice recordings using
Audacity. Example 3 Introduction to a
documentary on the Oregon Trail.Uses stills,
videos from United Streaming, and video camera
recordingsalong with voice recordings using
Audacity.
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Windows Movie Maker
  • http//movies.atomiclearning.com/k12/moviemaker2
  • http//www.kent.k12.wa.us/staff/donnapirog/Story_M
    ovie/use_moviemaker.htm
  • http//www.kent.k12.wa.us/KSD/IT/TSC/prof_dev/tuto
    rials.htmlmovies

72
SMART Notebook
73
SMART Notebook
  • Lesson Examples

74
SMART Recorder
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SMART Recorder
Recorder
  • View a recorded lesson available for students to
    review 24 hours a day
  • View the SmartNotebook file of this Math lesson
  • Students can also use this feature to record
    their work to display their understanding and
    thought-process while completing an assignment at
    home.

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BLOGS
  • http//kmta-0708-english-hartley.wikispaces
    .com
  • http//ktahumanities.wikispaces.com
  • Free Public Education BLOG Posting Websites
  • http//www.edublogs.org/
  • http//www.wikispaces.com/
  • A private BLOG posting websiteis also available
    on each teachers Moodle site

77
Podcasts
  • http//kta.podomatic.com/
  • Or go directly to an example saved in this
    this folder.
  • Free Podcast Posting Website http//www.podomatic
    .com/

78
Scratch
  • Place the program folder on your computer, and
    open the program by clicking
  • Open Scratch first to view the example

79
Scratch
  • Scratch Homepage
  • http//scratch.mit.edu/
  • Scratch User Guide / Tutorials
  • http//scratch.mit.edu/howto
  • These links to MIT sometimes take a long time
    to load and time out while trying to access them
    from the PowerPoint. You may need to copy and
    paste the link into your internet browser.

80
Google Maps and Earth
81
Google Maps and Earth
  • PROBLEM
  • Every computer in the classroom logged on to
    Google Earth bogs the system down to a point
    where the computers run very slow.
  • SOLUTION
  • Create maps using a Google account on Google
    Maps.

82
Google Maps
  • Each student must create a free Google Account
  • www.google.com
  • Sign in
  • Create an Account Now
  • Once an account is created
  • Sign in
  • Maps
  • My Maps
  • Create New Map

83
Google Earth
Google Earth may have been removed from the new
image. I am currently using a District Office
computer, so the change may not really be on the
student laptops. I am leaving this section as it
was last year until I know if Google Earth has
truly been removed.
84
Google Earth
  • Once the final product is finished, students can
    export the final product into a KML file, which
    opens in Google Earth.
  • Final Product Example

85
  • Computer Applications Piecing it all together in
    a 11 Laptop Environment
  • Tom Riddell - August 2008
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