Published on March 12, 2014
How can BYOD enhance student learning and simultaneously save instruction time?
Workshop Objectives Provide ideas for identifying areas that can be enhanced with BYOD Identify Web 2.0 apps that can aid in more effectively delivering course content
Instructor Concerns about BYOD Distractions Technology support Inconsistency and inequity among devices Focus on the technology instead of the subject
Benefits of BYOD Technology integration in the classroom Differentiated learning Student familiarity with the device used Flexibility in access to learning materials Collaboration Saving time in the classroom
BMI weight / [height in inches]2 x 703
Waist-to-Height Ratio Male Female WHR Disease Risk Factor 0.35 or below 0.35 or below Underweight 0.35-.043 0.35-.042 Extremely Slim 0.44-0.53 0.43-0.49 Healthy 0.54-0.58 0.5-0.53 Overweight 0.59 or above 0.54 or above Obese
Target Heart Rate Range 1. Estimate your own maximal heart rate (MHR) by subtracting age from 220 2. Estimate resting heart rate (RHR) by taking pulse for 15 seconds and multiplying by 4 3. Heart Rate Reserve (HRR) = MHR - RH 4. Training Intensity (TI) = HRR x % TI + RHR. Determine 40%, 50%, 65%, and 80% 5. Cardiorespiratory training zone (CTZ). The recommended training zone is between 60% and 85% TI's. Older adults, inactive individuals, and those in the poor or fair cardiorespiratory fitness categories should follow a 40% to 50% TI during the first few weeks of the exercise program. Determine personal CTZ’s as follows: • Low-Intensity CTZ = 40%-50% TI • Moderate-Intensity CTZ = 50%-60% TI • Vigorous-Intensity CTZ = 60%-85% TI
Daily Caloric Requirements A. Current Body Weight: B. Typical daily caloric requirement without exercise to maintain body weight. See Table 6.1 C. Selected physical activity (e.g. jogging-note if you choose more than one physical activity you need to estimate the average daily calories burned as a result of each exercise by performing steps C-J and adding them all to L.) D. Number of exercises sessions per week: E. Duration of exercises session in minutes F. Total weekly exercise time in minutes (D x E) G. Average daily exercise time in minutes (F/7) H. Caloric expenditure per pound per minute (cal/lb/min) of physical activity. See table 6.2 I. Total calories burned per minute of exercise (A x H) J. Average daily calories burned as a result of the exercise program (G x I) K. Total daily caloric requirement with exercise to maintain body weight (B + J) L. Number of calories to subtract from daily requirement to achieve a negative caloric balance (current body wt x 5) M. Target caloric intake to lose weight (K - L)- note total caloric intake should never be less than 1200 for women & 1500 for men
WebMD BMI Plus Calculator
Resources Google Drive Microsoft Onedrive Blendspace Animoto Wisemapping Quizlet
Allen Carrington’s Padagogy Wheel 3.0
Activity 1. Find a partner for this activity. 2. Identify a lesson plan that could be enhanced with Web 2.0 applications. 3. Using Microsoft OneDrive or Google Docs, create a document that briefly describes the unit you will use for this activity. 4. List the web-based tools you will use, describe how you will incorporate these tools into the unit, and how they will enhance students’ learning. 5. Share this document with your instructor at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Successfully Incorporating BYOD Platform agnostic web applications Flexibility Have a plan B Rely on student input
Images Used Computer Tablet Image used in this presentation was obtained from:http://1cinfosystems.wikispaces.com/Introductio n+to+Information+System Creative Commons License Allan Carrington’s Padogogy Wheel 3.0 obtained from: http://www.unity.net.au/padwheel/padwheelposterV3. pdf Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License. No modifications were made to this work.
References Hoeger, W. and Hoeger, S. (2012). Fitness and wellness (10th ed.). New York, NY: McGraw Hill. WebMD’s BMI Plus Calculator screen prints retrieved from http://www.webmd.com/diet/calc-bmi- plus
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