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NO YES EXIT & FORWARD ONLY to 0.2 YES EXIT & NEXT FRAME ANDALUS/24 ANDALUS/18 OR 20 STORYBOARD FOR COMPUTER-MEDIATED CLASSROOM FOR SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS WELCOME SCREEN 0.1 YES YES/SFX YES NO Welcome to An Introduction to the Computer-Mediated Classroom Module for Substitute Teachers Presented by Timothy R. Weaver American InterContinental University Online This is the home screen that will have it’s own navigational button throughout every other screen in the module. YES EXIT AND NEXT LINEAR FRAME YES NO NO YES NO NO MENU YET

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NO YES ALL WILL BE ACTIVE EXCEPT BACK BUTTON YES ARIAL/24 ARIAL/16 ARIAL/12 STORYBOARD FOR COMPUTER-MEDIATED CLASSROOM FOR SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS INTRODUCTION SCREEN 0.2 TBD NO NO NO INTRODUCTION Brief Description of Topic/Contents Brief Description of Who it is Made For Terminal Course Objectives (TCOs) Statements Brief Description of Help (?) Button *All of these bullets are in the notes section of this slide This is the introduction screen that will have a navigational button on left-side column starting on next screen. Since the screen will be so busy, all bullet points are covered for now in the notes section. YES EXIT, WELCOME/HOME, HELP, & NEXT (FORWARD) YES NO YES YES YES NO MENU YET

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NO YES ALL WILL BE ACTIVE YES ARIAL/24 CALIBRI/16 ARIAL/12 STORYBOARD FOR COMPUTER-MEDIATED CLASSROOM FOR SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS MENU SCREEN 1 NO NO NO NO MAIN MENU INTRO OBJECTIVES U1 LESSON A LESSON B OBJECTIVES U2 Please select from the choices on the LESSON C left to directly navigate through the LESSON D training module. LESSON E ACTIVITIES U1 ACTIVITIES U2 ASSESSMENT This is a description of what will be included in the left column menu. It is a background screen description of what will be included throughout the rest of the module outside of the information area. YES EXIT, WELCOME/HOME, HELP, NEXT/FORWARD, & PREVIOUS/BACKWARD YES YES YES YES YES INTRO, OBJECTIVES, LESSONS, ACTIVITIES, & ASSESSMENT

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NO YES ALL WILL BE ACTIVE YES ARIAL/24 CALIBRI/16 ARIAL/12 STORYBOARD FOR COMPUTER-MEDIATED CLASSROOM FOR SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS INTRODUCTION TO UNIT 1 2 NO NO NO NO Unit 1 – Initial Steps * Unit 1 focuses on the initial steps for a substitute teacher to take to run a computer-mediated classroom. An introduction to Unit 1 and enabling objectives for the Unit are emphasized. EO #1 – Given the full access to the permanent teachers classroom and PC, the new hire substitute teacher learner/trainee will be able to recognize the different instructional media hardware in a classroom and describe their general purposes in order of importance, through an open-ended question assessment without any errors. This is Lesson A. EO #2 – Given the full access to the permanent teachers classroom and PC, the new hire substitute teacher learner/trainee will be able to choose the proper application mode for the morning announcements broadcast in a timely fashion by recalling the proper steps chronologically and identifying where to find the proper mode choice in the module without any errors. This is Lesson B. This is an introduction and description to Unit 1 that includes the enabling objectives 1 and 2. YES EXIT, WELCOME/HOME, HELP, NEXT/FORWARD, & PREVIOUS/BACKWARD YES YES YES YES YES INTRO, OBJECTIVES, LESSONS, ACTIVITIES, & ASSESSMENT

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NO YES ALL WILL BE ACTIVE YES ARIAL/24 CALIBRI/16 ARIAL/12 STORYBOARD FOR COMPUTER-MEDIATED CLASSROOM FOR SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS INTRODUCTION TO UNIT 2 3 NO NO NO NO Unit 2 – Other Microsoft Media Modes & Shut Down Methods *Unit 2 focuses on other Microsoft media modes that are frequently utilized by a substitute teacher that it takes to run a computer-mediated classroom. An introduction to Unit 2 and enabling objectives for the unit are emphasized. EO #3 – Given the full access to the permanent teachers classroom and PC, the new hire substitute teacher learner/trainee will be able to describe where to find the other modes in order of the most frequently utilized (DVD, digital projector, Web/Internet) in relationship to the broadcast mode by completing a multiple choice and/or true and false assessment without any errors. EO #4 – Given the full access to the permanent teachers classroom and PC, the new hire substitute teacher learner/trainee will be able to recall how to select and interchange between the different mode options in order of the most frequently utilized through a matching assessment without any errors. EO #5 – Given the full access to the permanent teachers classroom and PC, the new hire substitute teacher learner/trainee will be able to recall how to properly shut each individual piece of hardware down in the appropriate succession through a matching assessment by without any errors. This is an introduction and description to Unit 2 that includes the enabling objectives 3, 4, and 5. YES EXIT, WELCOME/HOME, HELP, NEXT/FORWARD, & PREVIOUS/BACKWARD YES YES YES YES YES INTRO, OBJECTIVES, LESSONS, ACTIVITIES, & ASSESSMENT

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NO YES ALL WILL BE ACTIVE YES ARIAL/24 CALIBRI/16 ARIAL/12 STORYBOARD FOR COMPUTER-MEDIATED CLASSROOM FOR SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS CONTENT SCREEN #1 4 YES SFX/TBD NO NO Unit 1 Lesson A – Recognizing & Powering Up the Medium Hardware *Identification of Instructional Personal Computer (PC) Lesson A Content Slide 1 - Recognizing the medium hardware & powering up (RMH & PU) in order of importance (criteria). The identification of instructor’s personal computer (PC) and finding and identifying the permanent instructors PC with the power button is what will be taught in this slide. The PC stack is usually located within arms reach of the instructor in the vicinity of their desk. This is not always true, but normally is. The power buttons are located on the front of the stack while the power button for the monitor is on the front of the monitor. It is identified as a normal stack computer system with a separated monitor and keyboard that may possibly be hidden on a slider table underneath the desk. This is the first content screen for unit 1, Lesson A containing full text content required to bridge the knowledge gap in the notes. YES EXIT, WELCOME/HOME, HELP, NEXT/FORWARD, & PREVIOUS/BACKWARD YES YES YES YES YES INTRO, OBJECTIVES, LESSONS, ACTIVITIES, & ASSESSMENT

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NO YES ALL WILL BE ACTIVE YES ARIAL/24 CALIBRI/16 ARIAL/12 STORYBOARD FOR COMPUTER-MEDIATED CLASSROOM FOR SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS CONTENT SCREEN #2 5 YES SFX/TBD NO NO Unit 1 Lesson A – Recognizing & Powering Up the Medium Hardware *Identification of Ceiling Mounted projector Lesson A Content Slide 2 – RMH & PU. Finding and identifying the classroom projection hardware and the power source, the remote control, is what will be taught in this slide. The classroom projector is normally located mounted to the ceiling near the middle of the classroom with the remote being located in the vicinity of the desk of the instructor. The projector is identified as a square or rectangular looking unit with a lens peeking out the front while the remote is described as a handheld device similar to a television remote control unit. This is the second content screen for unit 1, Lesson A containing full text content required to bridge the knowledge gap in the notes. YES EXIT, WELCOME/HOME, HELP, NEXT/FORWARD, & PREVIOUS/BACKWARD YES YES YES YES YES INTRO, OBJECTIVES, LESSONS, ACTIVITIES, & ASSESSMENT

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NO YES ALL WILL BE ACTIVE YES ARIAL/24 CALIBRI/16 ARIAL/12 STORYBOARD FOR COMPUTER-MEDIATED CLASSROOM FOR SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS CONTENT SCREEN #3 6 YES SFX/TBD NO NO Unit 1 Lesson A – Recognizing & Powering Up the Medium Hardware *Identification of Digital Overhead Camera Lesson A Content Slide 3 – RMH & PU. Finding and identifying the classroom projection camera and its’ power source is what will be taught on this slide. This may be in a number of places in the classroom from near the desk of the teacher, to the front of the classroom, or elsewhere. It is identified as a small snake-like neck unit that has a light and a camera in the head. The power source is located on the side of the unit in the form of a switch button and the light switch is also on the side of the unit. This is the third content screen for unit 1, Lesson A containing full text content required to bridge the knowledge gap in the notes. YES EXIT, WELCOME/HOME, HELP, NEXT/FORWARD, & PREVIOUS/BACKWARD YES YES YES YES YES INTRO, OBJECTIVES, LESSONS, ACTIVITIES, & ASSESSMENT

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NO YES ALL WILL BE ACTIVE YES ARIAL/24 CALIBRI/16 ARIAL/12 STORYBOARD FOR COMPUTER-MEDIATED CLASSROOM FOR SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS CONTENT SCREEN #4 7 YES SFX/TBD NO NO Unit 1 Lesson A – Recognizing & Powering Up the Medium Hardware *Identification of the Projection Screen Lesson A Content Slide 4 – RMH & PU. Finding and identifying the classroom projection screen is what will be taught in this slide. The classroom projection screen is normally located at the front of the class mounted just above the chalk or dry-erase marker board. It is identified as a unit approximately 5 feet in length with a small handle mounted to it for easy access. This is the fourth content screen for unit 1, Lesson A containing full text content required to bridge the knowledge gap in the notes. YES EXIT, WELCOME/HOME, HELP, NEXT/FORWARD, & PREVIOUS/BACKWARD YES YES YES YES YES INTRO, OBJECTIVES, LESSONS, ACTIVITIES, & ASSESSMENT

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NO YES ALL WILL BE ACTIVE YES ARIAL/24 CALIBRI/16 ARIAL/12 STORYBOARD FOR COMPUTER-MEDIATED CLASSROOM FOR SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS CONTENT SCREEN #5 8 YES SFX/TBD NO NO Unit 1 Lesson B – Finding the Initial Broadcast Mode for Morning Announcements *Finding the Correct button for All Media Applications on Main Screen Lesson B Content Slide 5 – Finding the initial broadcast mode for morning announcements (FIBMMA) through chronological steps (criteria). Identifying the main desktop home screen and where to go to engage other medium outputs is what will be taught in this slide. The multimedia applications button will be identified, located, and engaged on the main screen. It will be described by what it looks like on the main home screen displayed on the PC monitor. This is the fifth content screen for unit 1, Lesson B containing full text content required to bridge the knowledge gap in the notes. YES EXIT, WELCOME/HOME, HELP, NEXT/FORWARD, & PREVIOUS/BACKWARD YES YES YES YES YES INTRO, OBJECTIVES, LESSONS, ACTIVITIES, & ASSESSMENT

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NO YES ALL WILL BE ACTIVE YES ARIAL/24 CALIBRI/16 ARIAL/12 STORYBOARD FOR COMPUTER-MEDIATED CLASSROOM FOR SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS CONTENT SCREEN #6 9 YES SFX/TBD NO NO Unit 1 Lesson B – Finding the Initial Broadcast Mode for Morning Announcements *Finding the Correct Button for Morning Broadcast Lesson B Content Slide 6 – FIBMMA. Locating and engaging the broadcast feature button for the morning announcements broadcast is what will be taught in this slide. The LAN broadcast button will be identified, located, and engaged on the multimedia screen. It will be described by what it looks like on the multimedia screen display on the PC monitor. This is the sixth content screen for unit 1, Lesson B containing full text content required to bridge the knowledge gap in the notes. YES EXIT, WELCOME/HOME, HELP, NEXT/FORWARD, & PREVIOUS/BACKWARD YES YES YES YES YES INTRO, OBJECTIVES, LESSONS, ACTIVITIES, & ASSESSMENT

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NO YES ALL WILL BE ACTIVE YES ARIAL/24 CALIBRI/16 ARIAL/12 STORYBOARD FOR COMPUTER-MEDIATED CLASSROOM FOR SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS CONTENT SCREEN #7 10 YES TBD/SFX NO NO Unit 2 Lesson C – Finding Other Important Modes *Identification and Selection of DVD Mode Lesson C Content Slide 7 – Finding other important modes (FOIM) in order of the most frequently utilized (criteria). Identifying and selecting the DVD mode is what will be taught in this slide. The DVD application button will be identified on the monitor screen. It will be described by what it looks like on the multimedia screen on the PC monitor. http://www.microsoft.com/windows/windowsmedia/knowledgecenter/helpdocs.aspx This is the first content screen for unit 2, Lesson C containing full text content required to bridge the knowledge gap in the notes. YES EXIT, WELCOME/HOME, HELP, NEXT/FORWARD, & PREVIOUS/BACKWARD YES YES YES YES YES INTRO, OBJECTIVES, LESSONS, ACTIVITIES, & ASSESSMENT

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NO YES ALL WILL BE ACTIVE YES ARIAL/24 CALIBRI/16 ARIAL/12 STORYBOARD FOR COMPUTER-MEDIATED CLASSROOM FOR SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS CONTENT SCREEN #8 11 YES TBD/SFX NO NO Unit 2 Lesson C – Finding Other Important Modes *Identifying and Selecting the Overhead Camera Application Lesson C Content Slide 8 – FOIM. Identifying and selecting the overhead camera mode is what will be taught in this slide. The overhead camera application button will be identified on the monitor screen. It will be described by what it looks like on the multimedia screen on the PC monitor. This is the second content screen for unit 2, Lesson C containing full text content required to bridge the knowledge gap in the notes. YES EXIT, WELCOME/HOME, HELP, NEXT/FORWARD, & PREVIOUS/BACKWARD YES YES YES YES YES INTRO, OBJECTIVES, LESSONS, ACTIVITIES, & ASSESSMENT

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NO YES ALL WILL BE ACTIVE YES ARIAL/24 CALIBRI/16 ARIAL/12 STORYBOARD FOR COMPUTER-MEDIATED CLASSROOM FOR SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS CONTENT SCREEN #9 12 YES TBD/SFX NO NO Unit 2 Lesson C – Finding Other Important Modes *Identifying and Selecting the Web/Internet Application Lesson C Content Slide 9 – FOIM. Identifying and selecting the Web/Internet mode is what will be taught in this slide. The Web/Internet application button will be identified on the monitor screen. It will be described by what it looks like on the multimedia screen on the PC monitor. This is the third content screen for unit 2, Lesson C containing full text content required to bridge the knowledge gap in the notes. YES EXIT, WELCOME/HOME, HELP, NEXT/FORWARD, & PREVIOUS/BACKWARD YES YES YES YES YES INTRO, OBJECTIVES, LESSONS, ACTIVITIES, & ASSESSMENT

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NO YES ALL WILL BE ACTIVE YES ARIAL/24 CALIBRI/16 ARIAL/12 STORYBOARD FOR COMPUTER-MEDIATED CLASSROOM FOR SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS CONTENT SCREEN #10 13 YES TBD/SFX NO NO Unit 2 Lesson D – Engaging and Interchanging Between Modes *Clicking and Engaging the DVD Application Lesson D Content Slide 10 – Engaging and interchanging between modes (EIBM) in order of the most frequently utilized (criteria). Clicking on and engaging the DVD mode is what will be taught in this slide. The DVD application button will be engaged on the monitor screen. It will be described by what it does using a map illustration from PC, to projector, to projection screen. This is the fourth content screen for unit 2, Lesson D containing full text content required to bridge the knowledge gap in the notes. YES EXIT, WELCOME/HOME, HELP, NEXT/FORWARD, & PREVIOUS/BACKWARD YES YES YES YES YES INTRO, OBJECTIVES, LESSONS, ACTIVITIES, & ASSESSMENT

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NO YES ALL WILL BE ACTIVE YES ARIAL/24 CALIBRI/16 ARIAL/12 STORYBOARD FOR COMPUTER-MEDIATED CLASSROOM FOR SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS CONTENT SCREEN #11 14 YES TBD/SFX NO NO Unit 2 Lesson D – Engaging and Interchanging Between Modes *Clicking and Engaging the Overhead Camera Application Lesson D Content Slide 11 – EIBM. Clicking on and engaging the overhead camera mode is what will be taught in this slide. The overhead camera application button will be engaged on the monitor screen. It will be described for what it does using a map illustration from PC, to projector, to projection screen. This is the fifth content screen for unit 2, Lesson D containing full text content required to bridge the knowledge gap in the notes. YES EXIT, WELCOME/HOME, HELP, NEXT/FORWARD, & PREVIOUS/BACKWARD YES YES YES YES YES INTRO, OBJECTIVES, LESSONS, ACTIVITIES, & ASSESSMENT

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NO YES ALL WILL BE ACTIVE YES ARIAL/24 CALIBRI/16 ARIAL/12 STORYBOARD FOR COMPUTER-MEDIATED CLASSROOM FOR SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS CONTENT SCREEN #12 15 YES TBD/SFX NO NO Unit 2 Lesson D – Engaging and Interchanging Between Modes *Clicking and Engaging the Web/Internet Application Lesson D Content Slide 12 – EIBM. Clicking on and engaging the Web/Internet mode is what will be taught in this slide. The Web/Internet application button will be engaged on the monitor screen. It will be described for what it does using a map illustration from PC, to projector, to projection screen. This is the sixth content screen for unit 2, Lesson D containing full text content required to bridge the knowledge gap in the notes. YES EXIT, WELCOME/HOME, HELP, NEXT/FORWARD, & PREVIOUS/BACKWARD YES YES YES YES YES INTRO, OBJECTIVES, LESSONS, ACTIVITIES, & ASSESSMENT

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NO YES ALL WILL BE ACTIVE YES ARIAL/24 CALIBRI/16 ARIAL/12 STORYBOARD FOR COMPUTER-MEDIATED CLASSROOM FOR SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS CONTENT SCREEN #13 16 YES TBD/SFX NO NO Unit 2 Lesson E – Powering Down & Clean-up of Hardware *Disengaging Multimedia Application and Powering Down Lesson E Content Slide 13 – Clean up by powering down the hardware and screen in the appropriate reverse order succession from Lesson A (criteria) is the last lesson to be taught by the stand-alone module. Disengaging the multimedia applications by going back to the home screen and appropriately powering off the hardware will be taught in this slide. This will be described by the recall of powering up procedures in Lesson A and identification of the need to power off in reverse order. Furthermore, a mention of the proper storage of the projection screen will be mentioned. This is the seventh and last content screen for unit 2, Lesson E containing full text content required to bridge the knowledge gap in the notes. YES EXIT, WELCOME/HOME, HELP, NEXT/FORWARD, & PREVIOUS/BACKWARD YES YES YES YES YES INTRO, OBJECTIVES, LESSONS, ACTIVITIES, & ASSESSMENT

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NO YES ALL WILL BE ACTIVE YES ARIAL/24 CALIBRI/16 ARIAL/12 STORYBOARD FOR COMPUTER-MEDIATED CLASSROOM FOR SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS LEARNING ACTIVITIY #1/EO#1 17 NO TBD/SFX/NARRATION NO NO Learner Activities Learning Activity #1 (EO 1) – Upon entering an unfamiliar intermediate or secondary classroom, where would the new interim teacher find the “brains” of all medium for the classroom? Answers - A) In the local area network (LAN) room down the hall. Formative Feedback – Although the LAN room is the “brains” of mediated technology throughout the building, it is not the “brains” of digital medium for the classroom. Try again. B) On the ceiling near the center of the classroom. Formative Feedback – The media projector is located on the ceiling near the center of the classroom and is considered the “provider of visuals” rather than the brains for the classroom digital medium. Try again. C) In the vicinity of the desk of the permanent instructor. Formative Feedback – Correct answer!!! The PC “brains” of all classroom digital medium is within arm’s reach of the “brains” of the instruction near or on the desk of the permanent teacher. Good job!!! D) In the back of the classroom near the thermostat. Formative Feedback – The thermostat may be the “brains” behind a comfortable temperature in the classroom, but it has nothing to do with the different digital media that is in the classroom. Try again. This is 1 of 2 learning activities for enabling objective number 1. YES EXIT, WELCOME/HOME, HELP, NEXT/FORWARD, & PREVIOUS/BACKWARD YES YES YES YES YES INTRO, OBJECTIVES, LESSONS, ACTIVITIES, & ASSESSMENT

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Learner Activities Learning Activity #2 (EO 1) What is the best description of the classroom digital camera and the main function that it provides. Answers – A) The classroom digital camera looks like any other digital camera provides an overhead look of paper hardcopy viewed on the projection screen. Formative Feedback – The digital camera in the classroom has a distinct look about it that can get confused with a computer-desk lamp . Try again. B) The classroom digital camera is hidden in the head of the unit that has a snake-like, flexible neck that provides an overhead look of paper hardcopy on the projection screen. Formative Feedback – Correct Answer!!! The distinct look of the classroom digital camera is that of a snake and the camera itself is hidden within the head. This will provide hardcopy projection on the pull-down screen or whiteboard. Good job!!! C) The classroom digital camera looks like any other digital camera that should be in the desk of the teacher for pictures and videos for the class. Formative Feedback – The classroom digital camera looks nothing like a regular digital still & video camera and the primary purpose is to project hardcopy onto a white surface. Try again. D) The classroom digital camera has a snake-like feature in appearance and is primarily used to keep an eye on the student behaviorisms. Formative Feedback – Though the digital camera does resemble a small snake with a head, the primary purpose of the hardware is not for school security purposes.

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NO YES ALL WILL BE ACTIVE YES ARIAL/24 CALIBRI/16 ARIAL/12 STORYBOARD FOR COMPUTER-MEDIATED CLASSROOM FOR SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS LEARNING ACTIVITY #2/EO#2 18 NO TBD/SFX/NARRATION NO NO Learner Activities Learning Activity #3 (EO 2) Pick the best description for powering-up the ceiling mounted media projector. Answers – A) Look for the power button on the computer screen near the media modes. Formative Feedback – All hardware components have their own separated power sources so the “brains” of all the media has absolutely nothing to do with powering-up separate components. Try again. B) Stand on a chair or desk and hit the manual power button on the side. Formative Feedback – Not only is this unsafe, it is also frowned upon. Though in theory this would work, there is a much easier way to power up the ceiling mounted projector. Try again. C) Flip the switch on the digital camera and the projector will turn on. Formative Feedback – All hardware has its own independent power source including the ceiling mounted projector. Try again. D) Find the small white remote, aim it at the unit, hit power, and look for the green light. Formative Feedback – Correct Answer!!! The ceiling mounted projector is the only piece of hardware that has a battery operated remote control to power-up the unit. Good job!!! This is 1 of 2 learning activities for enabling objective number 2. YES EXIT, WELCOME/HOME, HELP, NEXT/FORWARD, & PREVIOUS/BACKWARD YES YES YES YES YES INTRO, OBJECTIVES, LESSONS, ACTIVITIES, & ASSESSMENT

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Learner Activities Learning Activity #4 (EO 2) - Pick out the best proper chronological scenario of initial duties for a substitute teacher in a strange k-12 environment. Answers A) Intensely look over the lesson plans, look over hard copy materials and teacher resources, properly power-up all media hardware for the activities of the day, and get to broadcast mode. Formative Feedback – Though it is definitely most important for a substitute teacher to familiarize him/herself with the lesson plans, materials, and teacher resources provided by the permanent teacher, it is just as important that the students get their morning information on what is happening in the school. Try again. B) Quickly skim-read the lesson plan and look for morning announcement media specifics, power-up hardware in proper sequence, get to broadcast mode, then continue a more intense familiarization with the lesson plans and other materials. Formative Feedback – Correct Answer!!! Normally, an interim teacher in an unfamiliar k-12 environment has very limited time to get prepared for the day. Last minute figuring out of classroom technology throughout the day can dismantle any solid game plan the interim teacher might have. Good job!!! C) Disregard the lesson plans for the time being, fire-up the power on all media hardware and find broadcast mode, then begin familiarizing yourself with the lesson plans, adjoining materials, and teacher references. Formative Feedback – It is never a good idea to take the classroom for granted. It is possible that there are not any broadcasted morning announcements and you would never know without at least skim reading the lesson plans. Try again.

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NO YES ALL WILL BE ACTIVE YES ARIAL/24 CALIBRI/16 ARIAL/12 STORYBOARD FOR COMPUTER-MEDIATED CLASSROOM FOR SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS LEARNING ACTIVITY #3/EO#3 19 NO TBD/SFX/NARRATION NO NO Learner Activities Learning Activity #5 (EO 3) The scenario is that the new interim teacher has to immediately show a DVD following the morning announcements. What is the best way to go about this? Answer A) Since the media application screen is up on the PC, move the pointer to DVD mode, insert the DVD, and look for it to come up on the screen. Formative Feedback – Correct Answer!!! Since the interim teacher is already on that application screen from the morning announcements, a simple point and click should do the trick to activate the DVD mode in the computer software. Good job!!! B) Go get a DVD player and television from media supply. Formative Feedback – The instructor PC is more than capable of fulfilling this need with far less hassle. This would be a good back-up plan though. Try again. C) Look for the DVD player mode on the home screen and point and click. Formative Feedback – The media application screen is a subordinate screen on the PC monitor that has all of the computer-mediated applications on it. The interim teacher will not find what he/she needs on the home screen. Try again. D) Put the DVD directly into the projector and let it play. Formative Feedback – This is impossible for there is not any DVD player incorporated into the ceiling mounted projector. Try again. This is 1 of 2 learning activities for enabling objective number 3. YES EXIT, WELCOME/HOME, HELP, NEXT/FORWARD, & PREVIOUS/BACKWARD YES YES YES YES YES INTRO, OBJECTIVES, LESSONS, ACTIVITIES, & ASSESSMENT

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Learner Activities Learning Activity #6 (EO 3) - What is the sequence of computer-medium applications in the classroom from most-to-least popularly utilized for substitute teachers? A) Web/Internet, DVD, digital camera, then broadcast mode. Formative Feedback – The Web/Internet has yet to make significant strides in practicality for substitute teachers. Permanent teachers still find it difficult to integrate Web sites and Internet tools into their strategies let alone implementing them for an unfamiliar substitute teacher. Try again. B) Broadcast, DVD, digital camera, then Web/Internet mode. Formative Feedback – Though this is the most popular basic sequence in this module of a day in the work life of the substitute teacher, the answer is out of line for the most utilized medium application. The broadcast mode, for the most part, would just be used for the five minutes worth of morning announcements at the beginning of the day. Try again. C) DVD, digital camera, broadcast, then Web/Internet mode. Formative Feedback – Correct Answer!!! A substitute teacher is quite often asked to play a DVD in the absence of the permanent teacher. This may certainly happen often throughout the day. The digital camera is the next mostly utilized PC-based media tool that can project hard copy on the projection screen for interactivity between students and the substitute teacher. Good job!!! D) All application modes are equally important to the interim teacher. Formative Feedback – This is just plain untrue. Some applications are utilized significantly more than others. Though it is possible that some situations will call for a change in the line-up concerning medium applications, interim teachers need to be fluent in the most common medium hierarchy. Try again.

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NO YES ALL WILL BE ACTIVE YES ARIAL/24 CALIBRI/16 ARIAL/12 STORYBOARD FOR COMPUTER-MEDIATED CLASSROOM FOR SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS LEARNER ACTIVITY #4/EO#4 20 NO TBD/SFX/NARRATION NO NO Learner Activities Learning Activity #7 (EO 4) After watching a short instructional DVD, the best way to switch to the digital camera for interactive instruction is to… Answer A) Switch directly to the digital camera mode and start the instruction. Formative Feedback – Upon doing this, the interim teacher may run into problems from not shutting down the DVD application correctly. Audio from the DVD may interfere. Try again. B) Stop the DVD, remove it, turn down the speakers, and then switch to the digital camera mode for interactive learning. Formative Feedback – Correct Answer!!! It is always a good idea to take care of the materials and machines so that there are not any disturbances during quality instruction time. C) Turn off the computer totally and run the digital camera through the ceiling mounted projector. Formative Feedback – Do not do this. The instructor PC is the “brains” the makes all digital hardware and software functional and must be powered-up for this to occur. Try again. This is 1 of 2 learning activities for enabling objective number 4. YES EXIT, WELCOME/HOME, HELP, NEXT/FORWARD, & PREVIOUS/BACKWARD YES YES YES YES YES INTRO, OBJECTIVES, LESSONS, ACTIVITIES, & ASSESSMENT

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Learner Activities Learning Activity #8 (EO #4) In a common work day for a substitute teacher, when is a good time to practice interchanging between the four most popular classroom medium modes? A) During class when students are working independently. Formative Feedback – When students are working on their own during a class session, practicing the interchange between medium mode applications can cause much distraction to them. Furthermore, administrators would probably frown upon this because of the distraction element. Try again. B) Before class, during planning hour, and lunch time. Formative Feedback – Correct Answer!!! Anytime during hours without any students is prime time to familiarize and challenge yourself with the PC-based classroom medium applications. Good job!!! C) At the end of the day after all classes have ended. Formative Feedback – Though in theory, this would be a good time to practice, there are other professionals in the institution waiting on you to leave for the day. This time should be spent shutting down the entire classroom and writing the journal the describe the events of the day. Try again.

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Learner Activities Learning Activity #9 (EO #5) At the end of the day, the appropriate sequence to shut-down the hardware in the classroom is… A) ...to power-off the PC, ceiling-mounted projector, camera, and screen. Informative Feedback – Though this is close to correct, the substitute teachers should follow standard procedures and log-off before they power-off. Try again. B) ...to leave it for someone else to take care of. Informative Feedback – Interim teachers often look sloppy and irresponsible when the classroom they were in is not taken care of and this includes all technology hardware. C) …to not worry about sequence and start powering-off what is closest. Informative Feedback – The reason you need sequence is so you can develop a cognitive pattern so nothing is forgotten during classroom shut-down procedures. After a long day with a difficult crowd it can certainly be easy to forget and rush out. D) …to first log out of the application screen and get back to the desktop. Then shut-down all hardware in sequence of PC, ceiling-mounted projector, digital overhead camera, and projection screen. Informative Feedback – Correct Answer!!! Teachers are happy as can be when substitute teachers leave their classroom as good or better than they left it. A routine is nice for you to remember that all machines are turned off properly. Roll the screen up on the way out if needed and have a nice day! 

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NO YES NONE WILL BE ACTIVE ON MENU/ONLY EXIT AND FORWARD ON NAVIGATION NO ARIAL/24 CALIBRI/16 ARIAL/12 STORYBOARD FOR COMPUTER-MEDIATED CLASSROOM FOR SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS FINAL ASSESSMENT/QUESTION 1 21 NO TBD/SFX/NARRATION YES NO Module Final Learner Assessment – Q1 Question 1 – (EO 1) This is the most important piece of hardware that needs to be functional and is considered the “brains” of the mediated classroom is identified as… (Multiple-choice Answer) The instructional personal computer that is located near the desk of the teacher. Other Answers The instructor is the “brains” for functioning the mediated classroom. The projector unit. The pull-down display screen. This is criterion-referenced question number 1 for EO number 1. YES EXIT & FORWARD AFTER RESPONSE YES – AFTER RESONSE NO NO YES NO NO MENU

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NO YES NONE WILL BE ACTIVE ON MENU/ONLY EXIT AND FORWARD ON NAVIGATION NO ARIAL/24 CALIBRI/16 ARIAL/12 STORYBOARD FOR COMPUTER-MEDIATED CLASSROOM FOR SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS FINAL ASSESSMENT/QUESTION 2 22 NO TBD/SFX/NARRATION YES NO Module Final Learner Assessment – Q2 Question 2 – (EO 1) This is the second most important piece of hardware that needs to be functional and is considered the “provider of the visuals” of the mediated classroom and is identified as… (Multiple-choice Answer) The ceiling-mounted medium projector located near the center of the classroom. Other Answers The pull-down display screen. The digital overhead camera unit. The eyes of students provide the learning visuals. This is criterion-referenced question number 2 for EO number 1. YES EXIT & FORWARD AFTER RESPONSE YES – AFTER RESONSE NO NO YES NO NO MENU

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NO YES NONE WILL BE ACTIVE ON MENU/ONLY EXIT AND FORWARD ON NAVIGATION NO ARIAL/24 CALIBRI/16 ARIAL/12 STORYBOARD FOR COMPUTER-MEDIATED CLASSROOM FOR SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS FINAL ASSESSMENT/QUESTION 4 24 NO TBD/SFX/NARRATION YES NO Module Final Learner Assessment – Q3 Question 3 – (EO 1) This is the third most important piece of hardware that needs to be functional and is considered the “interactive display of hardcopy” of the mediated classroom and is identified as… (Multiple-choice Answer) The digital camera projection unit that is located in the vicinity of the front of the classroom. Other Answers The instructor desktop PC. The ceiling-mounted projector. The pull-down display screen. This is criterion-referenced question number 3 for EO number 1. YES EXIT & FORWARD AFTER RESPONSE YES – AFTER RESONSE NO NO YES NO NO MENU

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NO YES NONE WILL BE ACTIVE ON MENU/ONLY EXIT AND FORWARD ON NAVIGATION NO ARIAL/24 CALIBRI/16 ARIAL/12 STORYBOARD FOR COMPUTER-MEDIATED CLASSROOM FOR SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS FINAL ASSESSMENT/QUESTION 3 23 NO TBD/SFX/NARRATION YES NO Module Final Learner Assessment – Q4 Question 4 – (EO 2) Powering-up and set-up of the hardware needs to be done in succession of… (Multiple-choice Answer) …computer, projector, camera, then screen are the correct order for powering and setting up the medium hardware within the classroom. Other Answers …screen, camera, projector, then computer. …projector, camera, computer, then screen. …computer, screen, camera, then projector. This is criterion-referenced question number 4 for EO number 2. YES EXIT & FORWARD AFTER RESPONSE YES – AFTER RESONSE NO NO YES NO NO MENU

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NO YES NONE WILL BE ACTIVE ON MENU/ONLY EXIT AND FORWARD ON NAVIGATION NO ARIAL/24 CALIBRI/16 ARIAL/12 STORYBOARD FOR COMPUTER-MEDIATED CLASSROOM FOR SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS FINAL ASSESSMENT/QUESTION 5 25 NO TBD/SFX/NARRATION YES NO Module Final Learner Assessment – Q5 Question 5 – (EO 2) Where exactly would you find the Media Application button that needs to be activated first by the interim teacher? (Multiple-choice Answer) After the instructional password has been entered, the Media Application button is located on the home desktop screen. Other Answers After power has been supplied to all of the hardware, it automatically pops up on the monitor. On the ceiling-mounted projectors’ remote control unit. On the PC keyboard. This is criterion-referenced question number 5 for EO number 2. YES EXIT & FORWARD AFTER RESPONSE YES – AFTER RESONSE NO NO YES NO NO MENU

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NO YES NONE WILL BE ACTIVE ON MENU/ONLY EXIT AND FORWARD ON NAVIGATION NO ARIAL/24 CALIBRI/16 ARIAL/12 STORYBOARD FOR COMPUTER-MEDIATED CLASSROOM FOR SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS FINAL ASSESSMENT/QUESTION 6 26 NO TBD/SFX/NARRATION YES NO Module Final Learner Assessment – Q6 Question 6 – (EO 2) Where exactly would you find the proper broadcast application mode that needs to be activated first by the interim teacher for the morning announcements? (Multiple-choice Answer) After engaging the Media Application button from the home desktop screen, the broadcast application is delivered on the subsequent screen for the morning televised announcements. Other Answers On the home desktop screen. On the ceiling-mounted projector remote control unit. As soon as the password is entered, the computer automatically proceeds to broadcast mode. This is criterion-referenced question number 6 for EO number 2. YES EXIT & FORWARD AFTER RESPONSE YES – AFTER RESONSE NO NO YES NO NO MENU

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NO YES NONE WILL BE ACTIVE ON MENU/ONLY EXIT AND FORWARD ON NAVIGATION NO ARIAL/24 CALIBRI/16 ARIAL/12 STORYBOARD FOR COMPUTER-MEDIATED CLASSROOM FOR SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS FINAL ASSESSMENT/QUESTION 7 27 NO TBD/SFX/NARRATION YES NO Module Final Learner Assessment – Q7 Question 7 – (EO 3) Identify what application mode is the next mostly utilized after the morning announcements and where you would find it. (Multiple-choice Answer) The DVD application is the next mostly utilized media application mode and is located in the vicinity of the broadcast mode on the same subsequent screen. Other Answers The Web/Internet is the next mostly utilized. The digital overhead camera is the next mostly utilized. All application modes are used about the same. This is criterion-referenced question number 7 for EO number 3. YES EXIT & FORWARD AFTER RESPONSE YES – AFTER RESONSE NO NO YES NO NO MENU

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NO YES NONE WILL BE ACTIVE ON MENU/ONLY EXIT AND FORWARD ON NAVIGATION NO ARIAL/24 CALIBRI/16 ARIAL/12 STORYBOARD FOR COMPUTER-MEDIATED CLASSROOM FOR SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS FINAL ASSESSMENT/QUESTION 8 28 NO TBD/SFX/NARRATION YES NO Module Final Learner Assessment – Q8 Question 8 – (EO 3) Identify what application is next mostly utilized after the DVD mode and where you would find it. (Multiple-choice Answer) The digital-camera projector application is the next mostly utilized media application mode and is located in the vicinity of both the broadcast and DVD mode on the same subsequent screen. Other Answers The Web/Internet mode is next in the progression of the most utilized application mode. The television broadcast mode is next in the progression of the most utilized applications and is located in the vicinity of the projector mode and the DVD mode.. The projector mode is next in the progression of the most utilized applications and is activated on the desktop screen. This is criterion-referenced question number 8 for EO number 3. YES EXIT & FORWARD AFTER RESPONSE YES – AFTER RESONSE NO NO YES NO NO MENU

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NO YES NONE WILL BE ACTIVE ON MENU/ONLY EXIT AND FORWARD ON NAVIGATION NO ARIAL/24 CALIBRI/16 ARIAL/12 STORYBOARD FOR COMPUTER-MEDIATED CLASSROOM FOR SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS FINAL ASSESSMENT/QUESTION 9 29 NO TBD/SFX/NARRATION YES NO Module Final Learner Assessment – Q9 Question 9 – (EO 3) Identify what application is the least mostly utilized after the digital-camera mode and where you would find it. (Multiple-choice Answer) The Web/Internet mode is the least mostly utilized media application mode and is located in the vicinity of the broadcast, DVD, and digital camera mode on the same subsequent screen. Other Answers The broadcast mode is the least utilized application for substitute teachers. The digital overhead camera mode is the least utilized application for substitute teachers. The DVD mode is the least utilized application for substitute teachers. This is criterion-referenced question number 9 for EO number 3. YES EXIT & FORWARD AFTER RESPONSE YES – AFTER RESONSE NO NO YES NO NO MENU

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NO YES NONE WILL BE ACTIVE ON MENU/ONLY EXIT AND FORWARD ON NAVIGATION NO ARIAL/24 CALIBRI/16 ARIAL/12 STORYBOARD FOR COMPUTER-MEDIATED CLASSROOM FOR SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS FINAL ASSESSMENT/QUESTION 10 30 NO TBD/SFX/NARRATION YES NO Module Final Learner Assessment – Q10 Question 10 – (EO 4) Pick the best explanation of how to interchange between the different application modes in the proper sequence of the most utilized. (Multiple-choice Answer) After the morning announcement broadcast, keep an eye on the screen and aim the mouse pointer at the DVD mode on the monitor and hit select, then do the same for the digital camera mode, and then the Web/Internet mode. Switching between these modes will be verified by watching the screen and seeing the different application projections appear and disappear. Other Answers During the morning announcements, it is a good idea to practice switching between all of the necessary modes that a substitute teacher will use throughout the day in sequence of broadcast, DVD, camera, and Web/Internet applications. After the morning announcements broadcast, switch between first the Web/internet , digital camera, and DVD applications in that order. After the morning announcements broadcast, switch between first the digital camera, DVD, and the Web/Internet applications in that order. This is criterion-referenced question number 10 for EO number 4. YES EXIT & FORWARD AFTER RESPONSE YES – AFTER RESONSE NO NO YES NO NO MENU

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Module Final Learner Assessment – Q9 Question 9 – (EO 3)

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NO YES NONE WILL BE ACTIVE ON MENU/ONLY EXIT AND FORWARD ON NAVIGATION NO ARIAL/24 CALIBRI/16 ARIAL/12 STORYBOARD FOR COMPUTER-MEDIATED CLASSROOM FOR SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS FINAL ASSESSMENT/QUESTION 11 31 NO TBD/SFX/NARRATION YES NO Module Final Learner Assessment – Q15 Question 11 – (EO 5) Recall the proper sequence of procedures for powering-down all the hardware. (Multiple-choice Answer) To power down and get the classroom ready for dismissal at the end of the day, we take an opposite approach from powering-up in that we take care of the screen first, then power down the camera, projector, and main computer in that order. Other Answers Computer, projector, camera, then screen. Camera, computer, screen, then projector. Screen, computer, projector, then camera. This is criterion-referenced question number 11 for EO number 5. YES EXIT & FORWARD AFTER RESPONSE YES – AFTER RESONSE NO NO YES NO NO MENU

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