Catégories : Customers, Interactive Whiteboards, News, Testimonials
Tags: Customers, Interactive Whiteboards, nomadism.
A fantastic work was accomplished and I particularly recommend the commented scenarios on Video (fr).
It is really interesting because:
- This work was performed under a loan (thanks to Robert Crépeau of Tedelec) and is a validation of the ‘natural approach’ I have often written about in the blog (ithe simpler the more useful).
- It was done in an atypical class (interactive whiteboards are usually not so used in sports…I think it’s a mistake)
- It takes advantage of all multimedia techniques that can be used in a class (video, podcast, web 2.0) while staying simple and cheap (using open source software). To achieve such results, an enormous teacher investment is necessary – and also talent.
- It also validates the “nomadic” approach that we have been developing for the last 3 years (the lighter, the simpler, the more mobile, the more open the approach, the more useful).
I have many things to say about the amazing examples that have been created and I will probably come back to it later, as Sylvie Lallet’s post is too rich to be described in a few lines …
See for instance the table tennis case or the work done on moving video images (as well as the video sample which is very useful to understand how students apprehend this new technology) .
[Translated from Un article fantastique sur l’utilisation du TBI mobile en cours de sport. Please note that due to lack of time, I don't translate posts myself and usually do not review translations, so they may not be fully accurate and/or present some imperfections. Thierry]