Bend It…Break It…Bust it Loose: 10 Ways DE Streaming Will Change the Way You Teach ~ Matt Monjan

Guest Microblogger ~ Patti Duncan

Matt Monjan is Discovery’s Pennsylvania Account Manager (I hope I got your title correct, Matt) and it is no secret that we esteem him highly (and will not let any other state claim him). His presentation, Bend It…Break It…Bust It Loose: 10 Ways DE Streaming Will Change the Way You teach! is not just a title–it’s a fact. Although I covered an earlier presentation at the DEN PreCon, I was disappointed not to see this presentation. Fortunately for all of us, Patti Duncan, PA LC Events Chair, did, and she captured the learning in a unique way–she microblogged on Plurk.

Here’s Matt via Patti’s Plurk. The first yoyosciteach (aka Patti) Plurk contains a link to Matt’s presentation on Media Share.

yoyosciteachsays
yoyosciteachsays
media is a great way to reach different learning styles
karlybsays
thanks for the link
yoyosciteachsays
DE is unique becuase it is flexible….
yoyosciteachsays
and downloadable
yoyosciteachsays
when you try to download and it starts to play.. it is because you are tied to a local host
yoyosciteachsays
the best practice is to right click and “save target as”
yoyosciteachsays
466 elementary songs to use in the classroom
yoyosciteachsays
Suzanne Wesp…. songs with ppt
yoyosciteachsays
Audio content that is not song
yoyosciteachsays
take the content of a speech and put it into a worled
yoyosciteachsays
I mean wordle
yoyosciteachsays
All president’s inaugural speeches at this website can compare use of words etc..
yoyosciteachsays
showing interactive games on streamingPlus
yoyosciteachsays
differentiate instruction by assigning assets to specific students
yoyosciteachsays
use math expalations and math overviews
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now showing images and how to use thme
nhillsays
thanks for sharing
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yoyosciteachsays
love the story that he is telling about using the shark picture to tell a story
yoyosciteachsays
folks are asking great questions
yoyosciteachsays
showing how you use www.blabbarize.com to make talking pics with a DE image
yoyosciteachsays
showing non-linear powerpoints
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showing TRUE EMBED
yoyosciteachsays
all of the directions are in the powerpoint listed at the top of this thread..
smegnlsays
we have had these for years, back when they were united streaming. Teachers love it
yoyosciteachsays
Showing the STEM Connect and Continutity of Learning pages from the Teacher Center
yoyosciteachsays
Now showing the builder tools
yoyosciteachsays
Coming soon! Quiz builder will let you import questions
yoyosciteachsays
Showing closed caption videos to help with reading and writing
yoyosciteachsays
must download the “CC” file and keep it in the same folder with the video in order for it to work..
yoyosciteachsays
showing how to show the CC file to make it bigger and different color
dmantz7asks
yoyosciteach: has DE taken our LC Institute advice and finally added the “Safe Draft” option to Writing Prompt builder?
yoyosciteachsays
working on it…
yoyosciteachsays
showing Web 2.0 videos that have been just added to the library
yoyosciteachsays
search web 2.0
yoyosciteachsays
now sharing the web 2010 site from the classroom resources tab
yoyosciteachsays
Now showing the Atlas that is found in the teacher center
metsoskilsays
This all sounds great. Wish I chose that session.
yoyosciteachsays
Mike, any time you need a refresher, and I am in town I can come down and work with you… no problem
yoyosciteachsays
Now highlighting the webinars found in the Professional Development section
metsoskilsays
I’m going to take you up on that.
yoyosciteachsays
no problem
yoyosciteachsays
Awesome job Matt
triplestacysays
How do I love thee…let me count the ways
triplestacysays
DEN STYLE

The thumbnail profile photos did not transfer, but here’s a direct link to the microblogging session. Thanks, Patti, for sharing That’s what makes the DEN, as Meg Griffin pointed out in her presentation, such a powerful PLN.




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