# Anderson by yaosaigeng

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```									Classroom Presenter:
Using Tablet PCs to promote
classroom interaction
Ruth Anderson
University of Virginia
ruth@cs.virginia.edu

Beth Simon
University of California, San Diego
beth.simon@gmail.com
Draw a picture of yourself
Student interaction via
technology: One Approach
Student Attention vs. Time
Attention

10   20   30   40   50   60   Time
Student Submissions in the
classroom
   Model: Slide based lecture with embedded
activities
   Student submissions support a wide range of
class activities and teaching styles
   Classroom Assessment
   Review and reflection
   Collective Brainstorming
   Problem Solving
   Explanation of Misconceptions
   Student Generated Examples
Minute question
   What was the most interesting point
raised during Chuck Thacker’s keynote
yesterday?
Problem Solving
   You have three coins:
   One coin with two heads, one coin with two tails,
and one coin with a head and a tail
   Suppose you choose a coin at random, flip it
in the air and it lands heads.
   What is the probability that it’s other side is a
Brainstorming
   What problems might arise if students
are allowed to use Tablet PCs in the
Classroom?
Classroom Presenter
   Distributed, Tablet PC         Simple application
Application                        Ink Overlay on images
   Initial development,               Export PPT to image
2001-2002 at MSR               Real time ink broadcast
   Continuing development         UI Designed for use
at UW                           during presentation on
   Collaboration with              tablet
Microsoft                      Presentation features
   Built on ConferenceXP          Instructor notes on slides
Multicast networking           Slide minimization
Ubiquitous Presenter:
An Extension of Classroom Presenter

   TRY IT! http://edtech.ucsd.edu
Leveraging Web Technology:
Automatic Web Capture and Replay
of Ink

TRY IT! http://edtech.ucsd.edu
Supporting Laptops AND Tablets:
Student Submissions with Text and
Java Ink Applet

TRY IT! http://edtech.ucsd.edu
CLASSROOM PRESENTER
www.cs.washington.edu/education/dl/presenter

Richard Anderson
anderson@cs.washington.edu

Ruth Anderson
ruth@cs.virginia.edu

Beth Simon
beth.simon@gmail.com

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