Wednesday, June 1, 2011

Video Analysis and Modeling Tool for Physics Education by Lee TL and Wee LK @NIE sg 4th Redesigning Pedagogy International Conference 2011 Day 3 (1 June 2011) 15:00-16:30 Compt Lab 7B NIE2-02-02B

Video Analysis and Modeling Tool for Physics Education by Lee TL and Wee LK @NIE sg 4th Redesigning Pedagogy International Conference 2011 Day 3 (1 June 2011) 15:00-16:30 NIE3-01-TR28 Compt Lab 7B NIE2-02-02B

new available now
http://conference.nie.edu.sg/2011/papers_pdf/WOR074.pdf


 Tat Leong leading the sharing on video analysis


 
Loo Kang leading the sharing on video modeling
Participants of the workshop
Participants of the workshop
more photo here and below http://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.10150198967744495.318083.731464494&l=7db5933951 many thanks to Jimmy for taking photo of me. :)


Tracker by Prof Doug Brown
Download Tracker 4.05 installer for: Windows Mac OS X Linux
Resources by teachers
Loo Kang's workheet on kinematics of bouncing ball
Loo Kang's YouTube video  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HfnXBDOhGE0
Tat Leong's worksheet IPSG on kinematics of bouncing basketball
Tat Leong's worksheet Redesign Pedagogy on kinematics of bouncing basketball
Joo Liak's worksheet for sec 2 students remixed from Loo Kang's worksheet
Loo Kang's worksheet on Kinematics of a Ball thrown up with air resistance originally intended for use by HCI
Loo Kang's YouTube video Ball vertically projected up without air resistance video capture
  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yvJJU2cPeMs
Loo Kang's YouTube video Ball vertically projected up with air resistance video capture
 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PGZsH6zfMxc 
Simulation on Ball bouncing Ejs Open Source Bouncing Ball with Drag Java Applet
Jimmy Goh's worksheet on Projectile motion






Tracker Free Video Analysis for Physics Education by Douglas Brown & Youtube PD by lookang
http://www.archive.org/details/TrackerFreeVideoAnalysisForPhysicsEducationByDouglasBrownYoutubePd
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Tracker Free Video Modeling for Physics Education by Douglas Brown & Youtube PD by lookang
http://www.archive.org/details/TrackerFreeVideoModelingForPhysicsEducationByDouglasBrownYoutubePd
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Presentation Session @ 4th Redesigning Pedagogy International Conference 2011, 30 May - 1 June 2011

Dear Presenter

Hope this email finds you well.

Thank you once again for your participation at the 4th Redesigning Pedagogy International Conference, which will be held from 30 May to 1 June 2011.

The detailed programme of the conference has been up on our website a few weeks ago. You may refer to http://conference.nie.edu.sg/2011/info/detailedprogramme.php. We hope that your preparation for the session is going on well.

We are pleased to remind you on the details of your session:

Format of Presentation: WORKSHOP
Abstract ID : WOR074
Title : Video Analysis and Modeling Tool for Physics Education
Strand : Science Education
Presentation Day : Day 3 (1 June 2011)
Presentation Time : 15:00
Duration : 85 min, including Q&A (another 5 min is buffered for movement of participants from one session to the next)
Location : NIE3-01-TR28

======= Formats of Presentation ========
Paper
A Chair (typically the last presenter of the session) will moderate the time allotted for each presenter.

Workshop
An interactive presentation involving members of your audience.

Symposium
Presentation of 2 or more thematic papers, with a Chair and sometimes Discussant.

Special session
Presentation to showcase new practices in education
===================================

Presentation Slides & documents
Presentation documents (slides & handouts) should be prepared and saved in a USB thumb drive. If you intend to produce hard copies for the audience, please print 20 sets for participants at your own cost.

Standard Equipment
The standard equipment available in all tutorial rooms and lecture theatres are:
Desktop (Windows) computer with DVD/CD-ROM function and LCD projector. A VGA port is provided for notebook connections to the LCD projector. Wall mounted white board (markers will be provided)

If you need any other equipment for your presentation, please email the secretariat no later than 20 May 2011 (Friday), and we will do our best to meet your requirements.

Reporting Time
Please be at the presentation venue at least 15 min before your presentation start time.

Full Paper Submission (optional)
If you wish to submit a full paper for the conference, please note that the deadline is 6 June 2011 (Monday). Please log into the system to upload your full paper. Full paper submission guidelines can be found at http://conference.crpp.nie.edu.sg/2011/downloads/guidelines_paper_submission2011.doc. Please note that full papers will only be uploaded to the conference website and made available to the conference participants after the conference.

We look forward to meeting you at the conference.


Sincerely,

Jaslyn Tan
Conference Secretariat
4th Redesigning Pedagogy International Conference 2011
30 May - 1 June 2011 :: Singapore

c/o E-Quezt Concierge Pte Ltd
167 Jalan Bukit Merah #06-12 SR 21 Tower 4 Singapore 150167
Tel: (65) 6271 2453 Fax: (65) 6271 2439
Email: rpconf11@nie.edu.sg
Website: http://conference.nie.edu.sg/2011/


more photo





Tat Leong leading the sharing on video analysis

 Tat Leong leading the sharing on video analysis photo by Jimmy




Loo Kang using google search keyword "weelookang" to find this blog, yes i am a netizen whatever that means, photo by Jimmy

 Loo Kang using Blog to anchor sharing , photo by Jimmy 

 Loo Kang using Blog to anchor sharing , photo by Jimmy




 Use Blog to share simulation inquiry learning, a micrometer example, photo by jimmy


 Use Blog to share simulation inquiry learning, a micrometer example, photo by jimmy
Loo Kang on the power of video modeling (Brown,2009) , photo by jimmy 
writeup 
Abstract ID:WOR074
Status:Pending
Title:Video Analysis and Modeling Tool for Physics Education
Strand:Science Education, IT in Education, Teacher Professional Development
Level  :Secondary
Keyword(s):Information Technology and Education, Science Education
Author(s):LEE Tat Leong, WEE Loo Kang
Abstract:Rationale:
In 1997, MOE started the first ICT Masterplan as part of our Thinking Schools Learning Nation vision. As part of the third Masterplan for ICT in 2010, this workshop seeks to deepen the meaningful integration of ICT in the learning of physics through developing students' competencies for self-directed learning and collaborative learning.

Through this workshop, teachers will develop the capacity to deliver ICT-enriched learning experiences for students to become self-directed and collaborative learners. The experience that they will get will allow them to kickstart their students' self-directed learning journey.

In addition, the video analysis and modelling tool is a free software and allows mass deployment in a short time at minimal cost.


Background:
The Tracker Video Analysis and Modeling Tool is a video and image analysis tool with dynamical modeling. Learners can analyze and compare real world mechanics phenomena with textbook theories through the motion of objects in a video. The tool also allow learners to develop simple to complex dynamical models and the behavior of the model can be compared directly with that of the real-world motion. The functionalities provided by the tool allows students to engage in self-directed learning beyond the constrain of the classroom.


Approach:
This workshop will be a hands-on session to orientate participants to the use of the ICT tool in Physics education. They will learn how to perform video analysis on the kinematics of bouncing ball and video modeling a simple projectile motion.


Future Direction:
For informal community of practice of physics teachers, go to ICT Connection Learning Team and learn together, advancing the professionalism of educators in Singapore. (http://ictconnection.edumall.sg/cos/o.x?ptid=709&c=/ictconnection/forum&func=showthread&t=64)


Technology use:
Workshop participants need to bring your own laptop with these software preinstalled.
(1) Latest Java Runtime Environment (JRE)
(2) QuickTime 7
(3) Tracker (http://www.cabrillo.edu/~dbrown/tracker/webstart/tracker.jar)
Note: User must use administrator account to run Tracker once after installing item (1) and (2) to ensure that necessary components are installed.


AV equipment required:
Projector, projector screen and whiteboard. Preferably with internet connectivity.