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  • Equipment Instructions - TurningTechnologies Clickers - Hesston College
    actively participate in class particularly in large classes For faculty clickers provide an alternate method of engaging students and measuring student comprehension Activites for using clickers can include Actively engage students through practice or review questions can be in the form of games played individually or in teams Conduct opinion surveys provide visual representation of different perspectives Provides visual feedback to students of how they compare to peers Poll and re poll in same session to measure gain in understanding Promote collaboration put students in groups have them discuss a question come to consensus record their answer as a group compare group responses have students discuss Generate instant feedback on question issue or calculation Increase communication hear from every student in class on every question Capture formative and summative assessment measure student preparation understanding or satisfaction Resources on Using Clickers In the pouch with each set of clickers is a ring of cards with basic instructions Classroom PCs and your office computer should be setup with both of these pieces of software TurningPoint 2008 software that adds another tab to the PowerPoint menu tabs so that you can easily create interactive PPT slides that use the turning point clickers and receivers TurningPoint AnyWhere stand alone software that allows you to quickly poll your class At the Turning Technologies website are a variety of resources on how to use the clicker software including TurningPoint Audience Response Tips Tricks Product Guides and Manuals for Turning Point 2008 Video Tutorials for Turning Point 2008 Product Guides and Manuals for TurningPoint Anywhere Video Tutorials for Turning Point AnyWhere You can convert existing PowerPoint slides into TurningPoint Slides by following the directions below Make sure you are opening your PPT with Turning Point and not PPT 1 Confirm that the existing slide is in Title

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  • Computer Ergonomic Guidelines - Hesston College
    Estate Planning Give to Hesston Hesston College Today Church Relations Student Development Campus Activities Campus Ministries Counseling Services Chapel Forum FAQ Roommate Tips Athletics Baseball Basketball m Basketball w Cross Country m Cross Country w Golf m Soccer m Soccer w Softball Tennis m Tennis w Volleyball Athletic Training Services About News Presidential Search Mission Vision Values Sustainability Dyck Arboretum Hesston Bethel Performing Arts Consumer Information Accreditation Governance Employment Bookstore Employee Directory Home Academics Media and Instructional Technology Services Faculty Instructional Technology Support Computer Ergonomic Guidelines Computer Ergonomic Guidelines Great info from Cornell 12 tips for an Ergonomic Computer Workstation nice summary diagram for specific tips from Cornell University Click on drawing for enlarged view of it Indepth Ergonomic Guidelines also from Cornell with nice links to drawings and subtopics like tips for using mice laptops etc Cornell also offers ErgoTips web pages to guide you in a self assessment of your setup Includes Choose WORKSTATION if you want to learn how to set up the components of your workstation WHERE IT HURTS if you are experiencing any discomfort or pain while working at your computer This section provides suggestions to properly adjust your workstation to reduce pain in that

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  • MS Office 2010 Tips and Resources - Hesston College
    About News Presidential Search Mission Vision Values Sustainability Dyck Arboretum Hesston Bethel Performing Arts Consumer Information Accreditation Governance Employment Bookstore Employee Directory Home Academics Media and Instructional Technology Services Faculty Instructional Technology Support MS Office 2010 Tips and Resources MS Office 2010 Tips and Resources With Microsoft Office 2010 familiar toolbars and menus have been replaced with a whole new look and feel Features are organized by what you want to do and allow you to preview editing and formatting changes before you decide to use them For Faculty and Staff to learn this new version of Office you can Learn on your own with the online tutorials listed below Learn Word on your own with handouts located on the F drive Attend a short workshop led by Gary O Contact Vickie A and if there is room sit in on a section Intro to Computers when they cover the topic Word Excel PPT that you are interested in At Microsoft some good tips and a what s new with the Office 2010 for Word Quick Reference Card What s New for PowerPoint Quick Reference Card What s New Other Resources Instructions on how to add your narration to a

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  • Windows 7 Resources - Hesston College
    w Cross Country m Cross Country w Golf m Soccer m Soccer w Softball Tennis m Tennis w Volleyball Athletic Training Services About News Presidential Search Mission Vision Values Sustainability Dyck Arboretum Hesston Bethel Performing Arts Consumer Information Accreditation Governance Employment Bookstore Employee Directory Home Academics Media and Instructional Technology Services Faculty Instructional Technology Support Windows 7 Resources Windows 7 Resources From Troy University Top Five New User Interface Elements

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  • Equipment Instructions - Sanyo SD card camera notes - Hesston College
    USB jack So you can then use the SD card as a jump drive If you don t have either of these options there is a reader available at the front desk of the library for checkout The video format the Sanyo s record in a mp4 video format To view your video you have several options mp4 videos will not playback with Windows Media player Two free programs that will playback mp4 videos are Quicktime Realplayer and VLC Quicktime or Realplayer are on all public HC computers When playing back with the program Quicktime the audio and video don t always sync up exactly When playing back with the free program VLC Media Player the sync is fine This program can be downloaded for free at http www videolan org vlc Sanyo C40 Notes for instructor videographer Sanyo C40 Camcorder Notes For speech class we recorded in the standard quality mode so we didn t fill up the network drives as fast In that mode you can record 80 minutes with a 512 memory card 51 mb per 10 minutes 158 minutes with a 1GB card 316 minutes on a 2GB card With the HQ high quality setting you can record 30 minutes with a 512 memory card 60 minutes with a 1GB memory card With the Super High Quality mode 20 min with a 512 memory card 41 min with a 1GB memory card When recording with the C40 when you press the record button the screen flashes black and then the image appears and you see a big red camera in the upper right that then shrinks to the size of a smaller red camera Below that you will see the counter counting in minutes and seconds and you know you are recording When you press the

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  • Tami Keim's Personal Teaching Philosophy - Hesston College
    to see students develop my ideal student outcomes that include the following abilities and dispositions Gain a knowledge base upon which to build teaching practices theories research findings fundamentals of learning teaching child development and current concepts of best practices in early education Be an effective teacher in guiding the learning of young children Demonstrate respect and appreciation for all people Relate effectively with children as well as adults especially parents and coworkers Be a self motivated life long learner who will continue growing in knowledge attitude and performance Practice critical thinking and problem solving in their every day lives I am an eclectic who draws from multiple sources in creating my own personal approach to teaching Theoretical and philosophical concepts create a foundation for my teaching just as I desire they will for my students Following are some of the approaches coupled with implications for my instruction Constructivist Theory Piaget and Bruner I believe that learning is an active process in which learners construct new ideas or concepts based on their current or past knowledge I encourage students to discover principles through their own active involvement with the content I seek to create a student centered classroom where students participate in dialogue discover and integrate new knowledge make curriculum choices and feel saf to explore ideas Experiential Learning C Rogers I believe students learn best when the learning is experienced or significant because it addresses their needs and wants Humans have a natural propensity to learn Their learning is enhanced when the subject matter is relevant to their personal interests and the learning is self initiated I attempt to function as a facilitator of learning as one who clarifies the purposes for the learner and then organizes and makes learning resources available guiding their activities I give students some control over the nature and direction of the learning and help them to self initiate their own learning I base learning on problems and situations that confront students I help them self evaluate their progress and success Social Learning Theory Vygotsky I believe that people learn in a social context They learn through interaction with others and within the expectations and guidelines of their environment The greatest learning takes place in the Zone of Proximal Development which is the area of difficulty just between what they can accomplish on their own and what they can accomplish with support I challenge students and provide the necessary support to enable them to function at the peak of their abilities I build on what they already know and are able to do Multiple Intelligences Gardner I believe that individuals possess varying degrees of each of the multiple intelligences They demonstrate strength in both different content domains and in learning modalities of the intelligences I encourage students to use and build on the strengths of their preferred intelligences I try to integrate several different methods in my classroom that accommodate my students various strengths For example I might integrate a mini lecture class discussion

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  • Education majors learn lessons of inequality - Hesston College
    inner city area where school is often not a top priority Central is classified as a Title I Needs Improvement School because it has failed to meet the requirements of standardized testing set by No Child Left Behind Following the 2010 11 year the school which is also a magnet school for fine and performing arts was one of 28 throughout the city in danger of being shut down due to low enrollment and poor performance Central is one of the roughest high schools in the city said Central English teacher Sadie Stockdale Most of the kids have never been given the tools they need to believe that they can be successful in life They come from low income homes and are involved with gangs They believe prison is more of a reality than college Sadie Stockdale gives Hesston College education students an introduction to Tulsa Central Junior High and High School Central s atmosphere and historically low student performance rates seem to have a direct correlation with high teacher turnover rates and a lack of adequate leadership from the district which allowed Hesston students to see first hand the effects of education inequality The day was an eye opening experience said freshman Bonita Garber of Bainbridge Pa The level of inequality in education because of economic status is mind blowing No one ever believed these students could make anything of themselves so they don t believe it either Several of the teachers at Central including Stockdale work through Teach for America a national organization that places teachers in impoverished areas with the belief that all students regardless of race or economic status deserve a high quality education Teach for America educators join the program as recent college graduates and typically display strong leadership potential King taught first grade for three years in Phoenix Ariz with Teach for America before joining the Hesston faculty for the 2011 12 year Teach for America states that only eight percent of kids growing up in low income communities graduate from college by age 24 Stockdale and her colleagues work hard at Central to change the perceptions students have of themselves High expectations mean a lot to kids Stockdale told Hesston students Meeting them where they are at instead of giving up when they don t quite make it and knowing how to manage your classroom are the two biggest attributes a successful teacher can have Hesston students had the opportunity to see classrooms and teachers in action as well as put their own skills to work by participating in the action They spent the day observing in classrooms doing class presentations about preparing for college and working in small groups with the high school students to review the standardized test objectives that need the most improvement Teachers must develop diversity competencies in order to effectively serve all students said King This trip was a chance for students to connect theory and research to action For sophomore Brocia Beachy of Wolcottville Ind the day

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  • Major - Hesston College
    Course Schedule Alumni Friends Transcript Request Partner Program Update Your Info Capital Campaign Estate Planning Give to Hesston Hesston College Today Church Relations Student Development Campus Activities Campus Ministries Counseling Services Chapel Forum FAQ Roommate Tips Athletics Baseball Basketball m Basketball w Cross Country m Cross Country w Golf m Soccer m Soccer w Softball Tennis m Tennis w Volleyball Athletic Training Services About News Presidential Search Mission Vision Values Sustainability Dyck Arboretum Hesston Bethel Performing Arts Consumer Information Accreditation Governance Employment Bookstore Employee Directory Home Academics Major Major This content will never show up It is populated from Major pod data instead Academics Deciding Students Departments Programs Art Aviation Bible and Ministry Biology Business and Computer Information Technology Chemistry Communications Disaster Management Education English History Mathematics Music Nursing Physical Education Physics Social Sciences Spanish Theatre Faculty Mary Miller Library Career Information Mary Miller Library Catalog eBooks Hesston College Archives Interlibrary Loan Kansas and Other Libraries Online Databases alphabetical order Online Resources Research Assistance Services and Policies Majors Media and Instructional Technology Services Faculty Instructional Technology Support Flipping your class Services for students MITS alumni Moodle Notes for Students Technology Skills Self Assessment Registrar s Office Academic Calendar 2015 16

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