sábado, 10 de marzo de 2012

Second task

Before starting a new graphic expression, I would like to have feedback about two different approaches I tried last semester. My aim is to "classify" those because I am combining in as much as I can outline, summary, concept map and interactivity. This last is not possible on every format, but nevertheless, when I translate an idea, or several into a more visual scheme, regardless of techniques I try to reach the audience. Generally speaking, I know the students, their background and how far into the topics they are. Also I introduce a way to associate these notions visually. In short, these might not be too technical, but I would really appreciate your input. Any suggestion or advise is welcome.
The videos were registering a very low volume of your voices. I could hardly listen to what you were saying.
I wish I had more time to explore all the available tools. Not handling them proficiently makes me waste so much time, and at the end I return to hand-drawing. Could not yet do without the white board. If there was a way to be drawing them from a pad, for instance attached to the screen of the computer, so the audience can also see them projected onto the screen would be best! Hand-machine without intermediary that is.

Password: fall2011

DEMOCRACY This is the link to a pdf document that contains, in part, the same information.

Two different tools, same topic.

1 comentario:

  1. Unfortunately, I was not able to access the PDF version in Moodle - the password fall2011 did not work for me. Embedded MindMeister version is reduced to unreadable size, but no problem - I could easily zoom in. I liked your systemic way of thinking which is reflected by the mind map you have generated. I wonder, how did you (plan) to use it with your students - in the beginning of a lecture (as a sort of advance organizer) or in the end, to repeat and summarize the main contents? The former one is more in line with Ausubel's deep learning approach.