Wednesday, February 4, 2015

TRAISI Code: 41133 edulab017 workshop 2015 BECOMING SCIENTISTS THROUGH VIDEO ANALYSIS

Dear Friends of eduLab@AST, i have 2 workshops, feel free to join in the learning.


video tutorial playlist

41133-00001
BECOMING SCIENTISTS THROUGH VIDEO ANALYSIS
4/2/15
1500 - 1730
Loo Kang
6/30




  1. Lesson Resources
S/No.Title OwnerRatings /CommentsViewed/DownloadedPublished OnCreated OnLast Modified
1
edulab017 Becoming Scientists through Video Analysis (raffles girls school)Edit Lesson Idea
This project seeks to allow students to be like scientists (obtain real data from physical phenomena, engage in making inference...
Subjects : Physics, Project Work, Science
School : Raffles Girls' Sch (Sec)
Leong Tze Kwang
(0)
0 / 05-Feb-2015 (Thu)5-Feb-2015 (Thu)5-Feb-2015 (Thu)
2
edulab017 Becoming Scientists through Video Analysis (river valley high)Edit Lesson Idea
this is an updated 2014 version of the lesson Learning Physics of Sport Science through Video Analysis& Modeling (Tracker) http://ictconnection.moe.edu.sg/les ...
Subjects : Physics, Project Work, Science
School : River Valley High Sch
Choo Yi Shueh Gideon
(0)
5 / 211-Nov-2014 (Tue)3-Nov-2014 (Mon)11-Nov-2014 (Tue)
4
Learning Physics of Free Fall through Video Analysis& Modeling (Tracker)Edit Lesson Idea
In this lesson you will learn the fundamentals of free fall motion by video analysis (study various kinematics qualities such...
Subjects : Physics
School : Evergreen Sec Sch
Tan Kim Kia
(0)
67 / 301-Apr-2014 (Tue)26-Mar-2014 (Wed)1-Apr-2014 (Tue)
5
Learning Physics of Kinematics through Video Analysis & Modeling (Tracker)Edit Lesson Idea
In this lesson you will learn the fundamentals of energy changes when a ball bounces by video analysis (study various...
Subjects : Physics
School : National Junior College
Goh YingLun Allan
(0)
3 / 012-Nov-2014 (Wed)26-Mar-2014 (Wed)12-Nov-2014 (Wed)
6
Learning Physics of Pendulum through Video Analysis and Modeling (Tracker)Edit Lesson Idea
In this lesson you will learn the fundamentals of pendulum motion by video analysis (study various physics qualities in x...
Subjects : Physics, Science
School : Hwa Chong Institution
Lim Jit Ning
(1)
121 / 33828-Aug-2012 (Tue)5-Jul-2012 (Thu)28-Aug-2012 (Tue)
7
Learning Physics of Projectile through Video Analysis and Modeling (Tracker)Edit Lesson Idea
Projectile motion refers to the motion of an object projected into the air at an angle. A few examples of...
Subjects : Physics, Science
School : Yishun Junior College
Jimmy Goh
(1)
273 / 4605-Jul-2012 (Thu)5-Apr-2011 (Tue)5-Jul-2012 (Thu)
8
Learning Physics of Sport Science through Video Analysis& Modeling (Tracker)Edit Lesson Idea
Sport science is a discipline that studies the application of scientific principles and techniques with the aim of improving sporting...
Subjects : Physical Education, Physics, Science
School : River Valley High Sch
LEE Tat Leong
(8)
8092 / 122127-Apr-2010 (Tue)22-Feb-2010 (Mon)5-Jul-2012 (Thu)
9
Learning Physics through Real World Video Clips ( Tracker )Edit Lesson Idea
We want to engage students and get them to learn Physics in a fun and engaging manner. Through the use...
Subjects : Physics
School : National Junior College
Ooi Junwei, Samuel
(0)
50 / 427-Aug-2013 (Tue)22-Jul-2013 (Mon)22-Oct-2013 (Tue)


The team from eduLab@AST have lined up workshops that will enhance the use of ICT in your Science lessons. Check these out today!

Title: BECOMING SCIENTISTS THROUGH VIDEO ANALYSIS
Date: 4 Feb
Subject: Physics
Level: Upper Secondary

venue: 2 Malan Road eduLab@AST Block J Level 4
TRAISI Code: 41133 

BECOMING SCIENTISTS THROUGH VIDEO ANALYSIS 
(41133) 
Course DescriptionOrg AgencyDurationClasses Available(Please Click on a Date)Max Class SizeCourse/ Class FeeComments
Objective:
Presenters will introduce the 8 Practices of Science Education adapted from the Science Framework for K-12 Science Education as the design principles behind this ICT-enabled practice. Presenters will also demonstrate the effective use of Tracker, a video analysis tool, for analysis and interpretation of phenomena and in-depth model building. Participants will be oriented to the Tracker Shared Library where available models for physics concepts such as free fall, projectile motion, frictional motion and collision model can be found. By the end of the session, participants should be able to: - Describe in detail at least one of the 8 practices of K12 science education framework - Download, install and use tracker basic analysis - Create at least one model in tracker for Practice 5 (mathematical and computational thinking)
Preferred Participants:
Upper Secondary Physics
Other Requisites:
NA
Media Dsgn & Tech For Learning,ETD,MOE 2.5 Hr(s)04/02/2015 (PM Session)30

 
$0.00
 
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BECOMING SCIENTISTS THROUGH VIDEO ANALYSIS
Overview:
Learn about Tracker, a video analysis tool for analysis and interpretation of phenomena and in-depth model building.
Objective:
  1. (Tze Kwang, Ning, Kim Kia and - 20 Minutes) Presenters will introduce the 8 Practices of Science Education adapted from the Science Framework for K-12 Science Education
  2. (Lawrence - 10 Mins) as the design principles behind this ICT-enabled practice.
  3. Break and Networking 20 mins
  4. (Tze Kwang, Ning, Kim Kia - 60 Mins) Presenters  will also demonstrate the effective use of Tracker, a video analysis tool, for analysis and interpretation of phenomena and
  5. (Tat Leong and Tze Kwang - 30 Mins)  in-depth model building. Participants will be oriented to the Tracker Shared Library where available models for physics concepts such as push and deceleration model. 
  6. Reflect and Feedback 10 mins

  • By the end of the session, participants should be able to:
    • - Describe in detail at least one of the 8 practices of K12 science education framework
    • - Download, install and use tracker basic analysis
    • - Create at least one model in tracker for Practice 5 (mathematical and computational thinking)

Content:
1. Introduction to the 8 Practices of Science Education
2. Hands-on Session: Using tracker and in depth model building in tracker
3. Reflections

Target Audience:Level:
Upper Secondary PhysicsSecondary

SDF:
$0

Pre-Requisite:
NA

Course Administrator:Organising Agency:
Name:    Neo Chin HengMedia Dsgn & Tech For Learning,ETD,MOE
Phone:    66641450
Email:    NEO_Chin_Heng@moe.gov.sg

Trainer:Training Agency:
LEONG TK, GIDEON CHOO, NING HT, TAN K KRAFFLES GIRLS' SCH, RIVER VALLEY HIGH SCH, NATIONAL JUNIOR COLLEGE, EVERGREEN SEC SCH, EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY DIVISION (MOE)

Assessment Mode:
NA

Max. Class Size:Min. Class Size:
3010




Title: INTRODUCTION TO ARDUINO
Date: 9 Feb
Subject: Science
Time: 1430 to 1730
Level: All Secondary
TRAISI Code: 41138

INTRODUCTION TO ARDUINO 
(41138) 
Course DescriptionOrg AgencyDurationClasses Available(Please Click on a Date)Max Class SizeCourse/ Class FeeComments
Objective:
In this workshop, teachers will learn about the brief history of Arduino, the basics behind the software and hardware. Teachers will also learn and explore the Arduino microprocessor platform through a guided and hands-on experience. Finally, they will learn about how the platform can be implemented in schools to support or enhance the curriculum. By the end of the session, participants should be able to: 1) Write a basic working sketch on the Arduino IDE 2) Understand how the circuitry/hardware introduced works 3) Understand how it can be used to support/enhance curriculum
Preferred Participants:
All Secondary Science
Other Requisites:
NA
Media Dsgn & Tech For Learning,ETD,MOE 3 Hr(s)09/02/2015 (PM Session)20

 
$0.00
 
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INTRODUCTION TO ARDUINO Overview:Learn about Arduino, an open-source electronics platform that promotes interactivity in projects. Objective:In this workshop, teachers will learn about the brief history of Arduino, the basics behind the software and hardware. Teachers will also learn and explore the Arduino microprocessor platform through a guided and hands-on experience. Finally, they will learn about how the platform can be implemented in schools to support or enhance the curriculum.
By the end of the session, participants should be able to:
1) Write a basic working sketch on the Arduino IDE
2) Understand how the circuitry/hardware introduced works
3) Understand how it can be used to support/enhance curriculum
 Content:1. Brief history of Arduino
2. Basic introduction to the software and hardware (Arduino board)
3. Introduction to some basic components with hands-on activities. Components would include LEDs, buzzers, light dependent resistors and servo motors.
4. A basic introduction to some other components that could be used in the Science curriculum such as a pH meter, moisture sensor or ultrasonic sensor could be included but without the hands-on activities due to time constraint.
5. Sharing of how it is being implemented in schools.


Target Audience: Level: All Secondary Science Secondary 

SDF:  $0   

Pre-Requisite:   NA

Course Administrator: Organising Agency: Name:    Neo Chin Heng Media Dsgn & Tech For Learning,ETD,MOE Phone:    66641450   Email:     NEO_Chin_Heng@moe.gov.sg   

Trainer: Training Agency: CHEN SHUNFA, WENDELL WONG, TAN KIAN ANN SCIENCE CENTRE, GREENDALE SEC SCH 

Assessment Mode:   NA   

Max. Class Size: Min. Class Size: 20 10 

   



Title: COLLABORATIVE SCIENCE INQUIRY: MAKING THINKING VISIBLE
Date: 11 Feb
Subject: Science
Level: All Levels
TRAISI Code: 41136


Title: PROMOTING INQUIRY-BASED LEARNING WITH A SMILE
Date: 9 Mar
Subject: Science
Level: All Secondary & JCs
TRAISI Code: 41140


Title: COLLABORATIVE SCIENCE INQUIRY:1:1 COMPUTING
Date: 25 Mar
Subject: Science
Level: All Levels
TRAISI Code: 41134


Title: DESIGNING INQUIRY-BASED SEAMLESS LEARNING FOR PRIMARY SCIENCE
Date: 13 Apr
Subject: Science
Level: All Primary
TRAISI Code: 41137


Title: COLLABORATIVE SCIENCE INQUIRY: ASSESSMENT FOR LEARNING
Date: 27 May
Subject: Science
Level: All Levels
TRAISI Code: 41135


Title: MULTIPLE REPRESENTATIONS IN ORGANIC CHEMISTRY
Date: 7 Apr
Subject: Chemistry
Level: Upper Secondary & JCs
TRAISI Code: 41139


*All workshops run from 1500h to 1730h unless otherwise stated.

*Sign up via TRAISI.

Click here for details of our Semester 1 workshops.


Please contact us at moe_edulab_ast@moe.edu.sg if you have further queries and clarifications.


Slides:
https://sites.google.com/a/moe.edu.sg/becoming-scientists-through-video-analysis/install-tracker/how-to-track










































































Feedback


What do you like best about this session?

  1. I think the stuff shared was very useful.
  2. The software is powerful
  3. This is the "Holy Grail" of video analysis and tracking....finally something that is teacher / user friendly.
  4. Physics still but open for expansion.Open source is also a good platform for further development
  5. Hands-on session is useful
  6. Ability to infuse video and kinematics brings the learning experience closer to the students, making it personal and realistic.The willingness to share the resources.
  7. Practical hands on session Ready resources
  8. the hands on session
  9. The hands on session on how to use the Tracker tool to teach the concept of Kinematics and Forces. Even extending to Energy!
  10. REady library
  11. i have learnt something new which i think is good for advance students.
  12. Thank you so much for sharing such a rich amount of resources. I am very impress and happy to see a strong learning community. Kudos to all the trainers who started this journey. Will definitely use this for lesson and share if my colleagues and I created more resources. Thanks again.
  13. Hands on experience with tracker, relevant examples online sharing of resources
  14. Hands on, and many suggestions for lesson application

What are some areas of improvement for this session?

  1. Some handouts would be useful.
  2. Too short a duration to appreciate the software.
  3. We were told to bring our SSOE Notebook but were not told to install the software.
  4. Soooo many things sooooo little time
  5. provide step-by-step guide
  6. na
  7. Longer duration
  8. not long enough
  9. Nil.
  10. Perhaps do a live videoing
  11. NA
  12. Nil.
  13. Location
  14. -

General Comments (e.g. 2 things you learnt from this workshop, quality of instructor)

  1. No response
  2. Instructor had good knowledge and gave good examples
  3. Great......They are all well versed into the tools they are using.
  4. No response
  5. The instructor is very knowledgeable in his content area.
  6. No response
  7. well organised, substantial resources are shared generously.
  8. I was very impressed with the software. It is a very good tool for students to relate the concept of Kinematics to real life. Abstract concepts can be made understood very easily.
  9. No response
  10. very happy with the workshop, have more of such workshops, thank you.
  11. Singapore Library on Tracker!
  12. Tracker,
  13. Modelling
  14. Using ICT to enhance t&l

I have learnt something new.

Strongly Agree 11
Agree 2
Disagree 0

The instructional resources are useful in guiding me through this session.

sa 10
a 2
d1
sd 0

I can apply what I have learnt .

sa 8
a 4
d 1
sd 0



I am satisfied with the duration allocated to each part of the session.

sa7
a5
d1
sd 0