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Advanced Techniques: PowerPoint as a Platform to Deliver CBT. EDU 553 – Principles of Instructional Design Dr. Steve Broskoske. Outline. Review of action buttons. Using action buttons to provide feedback and interactivity. Working with invisible action buttons.
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Advanced Techniques: PowerPoint as a Platform to Deliver CBT EDU 553 – Principles ofInstructional Design Dr. Steve Broskoske
Outline • Review of action buttons. • Using action buttons to provide feedback and interactivity. • Working with invisible action buttons. • Using triggered animation to provide feedback and interactivity. • Using timed text. • Adding audio voice over. • Review of setting up CBT navigation.
Creating Active Learners • Using action buttons and action settings, an instructional designer can add interactivity to a learning module: • Navigate to a Website using an action button. • Link to files (documents, spreadsheets). • Link to or embed a video. • Use animation and/or triggered animation to provide: • Embedded questions. • Provide feedback. • Reroute students back through material. Adds interest and functionality.
Navigate to Another Slide • You can make action buttons navigate to a particular slide within the current presentation. • Next slide, previous slide, first slide, last slide, particular slide, last slide viewed.
Navigate to a URL • You can make action buttons navigate to a particular URL (Web address).
Caution Caution Careful: When changing button settings “after-the-fact,” make the button hot, not the text on the button! Text is hot, not the button. Experiment with this button. Button navigates to previous slide.
Open a Word Document • You can make an action button open a Word document or any other data file located on the PC. Open a Word Document
Open Another PowerPoint File • If you open another PP presentation, you can specify which slide to open to start. Open another PowerPoint file
Link to a Video • Navigate to TeacherTube or YouTube. • Find a video, and copy its URL. • Create a button, and paste in the URL.
Embed a Video • Navigate to TeacherTube or YouTube. • Click share and embed a video. • Check use old embed code. • Select insert—movie embed and paste the embed code.
Play a Sound • You can make an action button play a sound. Hear a sound played.
“Mouse over” buttons • You can assign an action setting to a button to occur when the student/teacher rolls the mouse over the button. (The button can still have another action setting to occur when the button is pressed.) Roll over this button with mouse
“Mouse over” objects • Action settings don’t only apply to buttons. They can be applied to graphics or text boxes, too! Text box mouse over.
Downloading Sounds toUse with Custom Animation Bonus • Using a search engine, search for sounds (.wav). • Custom animate a graphic (or other screen element) as usual. • Take the drop-down for the play-listed item, and select “effect options” to add a sound as usual. • Instead of selecting a standard sound, select “other sound.”
Downloading Sounds TRY IT: 1) Insert a graphic. 2) Download a sound to accompany the graphic. 3) Animate the graphic with a sound.
Downloading Sounds TRY IT: “Happy” and “sad” sounds can be used to give feedback to students. Custom animate the following graphics. Download appropriate sounds to accompany the animations.
1) Using Action Buttons Word, PowerPoint, and Excel are manufactured by which of the following companies? a Intel b Microsoft c Macromedia
Feedback Screen INCORRECT. Word, PowerPoint, and Excel are NOT manufactured by that company. Please try again. Try Again
Feedback Screen CORRECT. Word, PowerPoint, and Excel are manufactured by Microsoft. Click the button below to continue. Continue
2) Using Action Settings Pick the farm animal that gives us milk.
Feedback Screen INCORRECT. Please try again. Try Again
Feedback Screen CORRECT. A cow provides milk. Good job! Continue
Creating invisible action buttons • You can create invisible action buttons to create interactivity. • Shape fill: no fill. • Shape outline: no outline. • In PP 2003, you have to select a fill, and then set transparency to 100%. Make this button invisible
Touch Sensitive “Hot Spots”Learning about Computers Touch a part of the computer to learn more about it:
Learn about the Monitor The monitor displays information from the computer.
Learn about the Keyboard The keyboard is how you enter information into the computer.
Creating hot spotsusing invisible buttons Click a continent to learn more about it:
Learn About North America • Information about North America would appear here.
Learn About South America • Information about South America would appear here.
Learn About Africa • Information about Africa would appear here.
Creating a menu withinvisible action buttons TRY IT: Use invisible buttons to make the following objects into a menu. Make the buttons navigate to the following three sections. Test Introduction Lessons
Using Triggered Animation to Provide Feedback and Interactivity
How to Trigger Animations How to Do It • Animate an object as usual. • Specify a trigger object. • Select the drop-down arrow from the play-listed item. Select timing. • Select trigger--start on click of an object. • Select trigger object. (Realize that clipart will be named as a number.)
Basics of Trigger Animation The cow jumped over the moon.
Play on Trigger See the bee fly to the flower.
DEMO: Trigger with Text Boxes Click an below to view its chemical formula. H2O Water. HCl Hydrochloric acid. Table salt. NaCl
TRY IT: Trigger with Text Boxes Click an below to view its chemical formula. H2O Water. HCl Hydrochloric acid. Table salt. NaCl
DEMO: Trigger with Buttons(Provide Options to Learner) See the definition. Text number 1. If a learner presses the first button, this text box will appear. Read more about it. See a picture. Answer a question.
TRY IT: Trigger with Buttons(Provide Options to Learner) See the definition. Text number 1. If a learner presses the first button, this text box will appear. Read more about it. See a picture. Answer a question.
DEMO: Provide Feedbackwith Triggered Animation Which of the following is the correct chemical formula for water? HO H2O H2O2 Try again! Correct! Try again!
Working with TriggersWords that Begin with “C” Using triggers, have student click on a word below to hear a sound and see a graphic. cow car cry
Working with TriggersSubject and Predicate Trigger the buttons below to animate a callout and highlight parts of the sentence. The brown cow jumped high over the moon. See subject. See predicate.
TRY IT: Provide Feedbackwith Triggered Animation Which of the following is the correct chemical formula for water? HO H2O H2O2 Try again! Correct! Try again!