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Design for Learning: Things They Never Told Us About Handouts :  Design for Learning: Things They Never Told Us About Handouts AETC 2006 Slide2:  Averil Loague, Ph.D. Troy University Atlanta Jo Alexander, Ph. D. Auburn University Montgomery Emily Vickery, MEd Montgomery Academy Larry Vinson, MEd Montgomery Academy Visual Literacy:  Visual Literacy The ability to understand and use images, including the ability to think, learn, and express oneself in terms of images. R. Braden Slide5:  EDU 500 EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH INSTRUCTOR: JOE BANANAS, PH. D. LOCATION: BORING HALL, ROOM 212 CONTACT INFO: USE BLACKBOARD OFFICE PHONE: 770.730.0033, EXT. 5109 Meeting Date and Time: Wednesdays, Jan. 12 through Mar. 2, 2005 Course Description: This course involves the study and evaluation of a variety of research methods. It is designed to be both instructive and practical. The course seeks to provide an opportunity for students to formulate an applied research project and become critical consumers of available research. Course Objectives: 1. Develop an understanding of the components of the scientific method used in educational research. 2. Differentiate between the various types of educational research methods and identify the appropriate statistical procedures for each. 3. Develop proficiency in using educational resources to conduct research. 4. Evaluate research reported in professional journals. 5. In an area of interest formulate a research question, conduct a literature review, and write a research proposal. 6. Present the research proposal to the class using multimedia. Slide6:  Internet Scavenger Hunt Welcome to the hunt. Here’s how it works. On each of the following Web pages, there is a path that will lead you to the next page in the hunt. The object is to collect items during this hunt, and use the items to create Web pages in Microsoft Word. Sometimes the items are large and easy to find, sometimes they are not. You will be given a path to follow with some clues to help you along the way. Since this is unknown territory to many a guide will assist you along the hunt. Good hunting!!!!! Path: Go to the website http://spaceart.com/solar/eng/homepage.htm Clue: You are looking for two items. Task: Find the third rock from the sun. Find the fourth rock from the sun. Find the fifthe rock from the sun. Find the sixth rock from the sun. Item: Save these images to you’re A: drive. Path: Now go to the website http://www.didyouknow.com Task: Find a box for letters. Item: Save this image to you’re A: drive. Perception:  Perception Figure Ground estalt Tools:  Tools Type Color S p a c e Actions:  Actions Contrast Alignment Repetitionnnnnnn Proximity Slide10:  Ground Figure Create Contrast!:  Create Contrast! “if two items are not exactly the same, then make them different. Really different.” Robin Williams The Non-Designer’s Design Book Slide13:  14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 Strong Base Weak Base Neutral Weak Acid Strong Acid More Basic More Acidic Slide18:  2 Hi er ar ch y:  Hi er ar ch y I.Background Information Enter background details here . . . II. Party A A. Statement of conflict B. Statement of desired outcome III. Party B A. Statement of conflict B. Statement of desired outcome IV. Area of Mutual Interest Slide21:  You can see in the drawing to the left, the earth’s axis sits at an angle. It is not straight up and down. That is because its axis is always pointing toward the North Star. You learned earlier that the earth spins in a counter clockwise direction on its own axis once each 24 hour period giving us day and night. The earth is also doing something else at the same time. It is revolving around the sun while it is spinning on its axis. In fact it takes the earth exactly 365 ¼ days to make one complete revolution around the sun. During the entire time that it is making this revolution, the North Pole is always pointing toward the North Star. Look at the diagram below. Notice how directly the sun’s rays are shining on the Northern Hemisphere. What season do you think is going on in the Northern Hemisphere? __________ What season do you think it is in the Southern Hemisphere? _____________ Northern Hemisphere Southern Hemisphere Sun’s Rays Seasons Perception Principles:  Perception Principles I. Figure/Ground II. Hierarchy Definition B. Examples Definition B. Examples Proximity:  Proximity Law of Closure:  Law of Closure The mind fills in the gaps. Slide29:  Law of Contiguity The mind tries to follow a path or plane. Law of Similarity:  Law of Similarity The mind groups information it perceives as related. Slide33:  Law of Proximity Elements close together are related and elements far apart are not. Slide34:  Add the following numbers. 1 3 2 8 3 2 4 7 2 3 3 4 4 2 1 2 9 Slide35:  Add the following numbers. 1. 3 2. 8 3. 2 4. 7 2 3 3 4 4 2 1 2 9 Slide36:  Add the following numbers. 1. 3 2. 8 3. 2 4. 7 2 3 3 4 4 2 1 2 9 Slide37:  Using a Compass Law of Previous Experience:  Law of Previous Experience New information should be associated with prior knowledge. Books:  Books Lohr, Linda L., (2003). Creating graphics for learning and performance: Lessons in visual literacy. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Merrill Prentice Hall Williams, R. (2004), The non- designer’s design book. Berkeley, CA:Peachpit Press Web Sites:  Web Sites Visual Literacy K-8 http://k-8visual.info/ International Visual Literacy Association (IVLA) http://www.ivla.org/

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