Office Mix EBC

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Office Mix EBC

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  1. Slide 1

    • Office MixInteractive Online Lessons Made Simple
    • Tim Richardson
    • Marketing Lead
    • Microsoft(timrich@microsoft.com)
  2. TRADITIONAL

    Slide 2 - TRADITIONAL

    • Digital Transformation of Education
    • Heavy backpacks
    • Teacher lecturing
    • Static textbooks
    • Learning in lock-step
    • Learning is solo sport
    • Infrequent high-stakes
    • assessments
    • MODERN
    • Lightweight digital devices,efficient workflows
    • Blended learning
    • Engaging and interactive
    • courseware
    • Personalized,
    • mastery learning
    • Learning is collaborative21st century skills
    • Continuous low-stress
    • feedback / assessment
  3. Instructions (hidden slide)

    Slide 3 - Instructions (hidden slide)

    • Speak to the non-demo slides
    • Build the mix slides as a live demo to your customer
    • Each Office Mix slide should look like it’s example in the appendix
    • Upload to OfficeMix.com to show your customer the upload process
  4. Slide 4

    • Online Presentations in Education
    • Teachers
    • Blended learning and flipped classrooms
    • Sharing best practices and lessons with colleagues
    • Students
    • Project reports
    • Storytelling
    • Communication skills
    • Administrators
    • Professional development
    • Leadership communications
  5. Challenges for Online Lessons

    Slide 5 - Challenges for Online Lessons

    • Difficult to author online lessons
    • Difficult to make them engaging
    • Difficult to publish and share
    • Difficult to get relevant analytics
  6. Slide 6

    • Office Mix
    • Interactive Online Lessons Made Simple
    • Create
    • Work in PowerPoint.
    • Record video, audio, ink.
    • Re-mix existing online presentations.
    • Engage
    • Add quizzes, polls, videos, interactive elements.
    • Share easily in cloud,watch on any device.
    • Extensible platform for new interactive elements.
    • Measure
    • Analytics for every slide and user.
    • Discussion boards for feedback.
  7. Slide 7

    • Demo
    • Office Mix
    • Browser-based interactive playback on any device
    • Authoring within PowerPoint
    • Web portal to manage, share, and analytics
  8. Physics

    Slide 8 - Physics

    • 11 am
    • Introduction to Friction
  9. Khan Academy video – Newton’s 1st law of motion

    Slide 9 - Khan Academy video – Newton’s 1st law of motion

  10. Quiz – momentum, inertia, friction

    Slide 10 - Quiz – momentum, inertia, friction

  11. F=ma | 3 examples

    Slide 11 - F=ma | 3 examples

    • F = 100 N
    • F = 200 N
    • F = 100 N
    • w/ friction
  12. Lab (PhET -> Friction)

    Slide 12 - Lab (PhET -> Friction)

  13. Extra Credit – For Further Reading

    Slide 13 - Extra Credit – For Further Reading

    • https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Friction
    • https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Friction
  14. What You Just Saw

    Slide 14 - What You Just Saw

    • Simple interactive online lessons creation
    • Leveraging the familiarity of PowerPoint
    • Share easily on cloud, play on any device
    • Use as simple updatable video-creation tool
    • Base content and extensible platform
    • Analytics for every slide and user
  15. Slide 15

    • Create a mix todayhttp://mix.office.com
  16. Discussion: Driving System-Wide Adoption and Use

    Slide 17 - Discussion: Driving System-Wide Adoption and Use

    • What is the IT / device / LMS environment for students and teachers?
    • Questions / anticipated challenges to deploy Office Mix add-in for all teachers?
    • Which of the above scenarios will likely resonate most with teachers?
    • What will be some ways to drive awareness among broad base of teachers?
    • What might be best ways to drive active usage by teachers?
    • Teachers
    • Blended learning and flipped classrooms
    • Sharing best practices and lessons with colleagues
    • Students
    • Project reports
    • Storytelling
    • Communication skills
    • Administrators
    • Professional development
    • Leadership communications
  17. Discussion: Driving System-Wide Adoption and Use

    Slide 18 - Discussion: Driving System-Wide Adoption and Use

    • IT Deployment
    • Assume Office 2013 deployed
    • Roll out of Office Mix add-in should be relatively easy
    • Identity already integrated
    • Teacher adoption (potential pathway)
    • Drive use for professional development (drive awareness)
    • Drive use for some leadership communications (awareness)
    • Use by district trainers / coaches
    • Use by early-adopter blended-converts tech-savvy teachers
    • Subsequent use by broader teacher-base and students
    • We fully commit to being close partners for:
    • Successful IT deployment and roll out
    • Needed support for training for coaches, …
    • Needed support for teacher use, and ultimately, student learning benefits
    • Writing-up of case studies sharing leadership of Kentucky in this endeavor
  18. Khan Academy video – Newton’s 1st law of motion

    Slide 19 - Khan Academy video – Newton’s 1st law of motion

  19. Quiz – momentum, inertia, friction

    Slide 20 - Quiz – momentum, inertia, friction

  20. F=ma | 3 examples

    Slide 21 - F=ma | 3 examples

    • F = 100 N
    • F = 200 N
    • F = 100 N
    • w/ friction
  21. Lab (PhET -> Friction)

    Slide 22 - Lab (PhET -> Friction)

  22. Extra Credit – For Further Reading

    Slide 23 - Extra Credit – For Further Reading

    • https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Friction
  23. Slide 24

    • Create a mix when you get home todayhttp://aka.ms/firstmix
  24. Office Mix: Getting Started

    Slide 25 - Office Mix: Getting Started

    • https://mix.office.com
    • PowerPoint 2013*
    • Windows machine or Mac (Parallels)
    • It’s free
    • * As an educator you likely already have access to Office 2013: Check at this website
  25. Check out some example mixes below

    Slide 26 - Check out some example mixes below

    • Math and science teachers:
    • https://mix.office.com/watch/18t946yrxiv01
    • https://mix.office.com/watch/2dhwh9vlfmfx
    • English and language arts teachers:
    • https://mix.office.com/watch/16ek109czjvfc
    • https://mix.office.com/watch/1mzfew5bnch2m
    • Young children:
    • https://mix.office.com/watch/194uhpl5uiiyr
    • Professional development:
    • https://mix.office.com/watch/1hhtqzwusxxyh
  26. If you don’t have PPT-2013 then try getting it from this website or get trial version.

    Slide 28 - If you don’t have PPT-2013 then try getting it from this website or get trial version.

    • If old PowerPoint deck, then open and save as “pptx” with PowerPoint 2013.
    • Use external webcam. Better A-V quality. No stylus noise.
    • Audio is key. Adjust microphone volume with slider in recording pane until signal-bar shows activity until middle of scale. Consider external microphone like Yeti Blue.
    • Record first slide, and playback to see all ok before recording other slides.
    • Pause briefly between slides. It makes it easy to re-record individual ones.
    • Use video where essential, but audio-only allows greater focus on content and delivery.
    • Ensure video check-box off when uploading, until close to final version. It considerably slows down the publishing process.
    • Tips and Tricks