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Strategies and applications for the one computer classroom_clarito

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  • 1. Clarito, Leander Camille Z. III - BSITE
  • 2. Post a schedule. Allow a set amount of time for each student at the computer station. Students are responsible for getting to the station at the appointed time.
  • 3. Draw Popsicle sticks. Write each student's name on a Popsicle stick. Place the can of Popsicle sticks at the computer station. Draw a stick at the start of the day. The person whose name is on the stick will start the day at the station. That student will draw a stick to determine who goes next.
  • 4. Place Class Roster by Computers • Students check off their names when they have been at the computer and finish the activity or lesson. • Each student when finished selects another student without a check by their name to go to one of the computers.
  • 5. Individual Student Sign-Up • Use a Sign-Up sheet for students to sign-up when they are ready. • Limit the number of times and minutes at the computer for each student. (use timer) • Try to use computer time for projects and activities related to content area.
  • 6. Using Clothespins • Make a poster with “waiting” on one side and “Completed” on the other side. • Tape a thick string down the middle of the poster. • Use a marker and write each students’ name on both sides of a clothespin. • Point the clothespins with the name on the waiting side with the first four computers first. • When each student finishes, let it be their responsibility to get another student who’s name is next in order on the waiting side. • You can rotate the order of the clothespins at the beginning of a project so students get equal access on the computer
  • 7. Establish color-coded groups. Divide the class into five groups. Write the names of each group on a different sheet of colored paper, and post the papers by the computer station. The students in each group will spend time at the computer on a given day (for example, the students in the red group will have computer time on Mondays). The students within a group will go to the computer in assigned or random order.
  • 8. Many teachers in one-computer classrooms project the computer screen onto a larger screen that the entire class can see.
  • 9. Computer as Presentation Tool • Connect one computer to large TV monitor. • Demonstrate what you expect students to do for projects. • Model an example project to students • Give clear written instructions for project work.
  • 10. Establish color-coded groups. Divide the class into five groups. Write the names of each group on a different sheet of colored paper, and post the papers by the computer station. The students in each group will spend time at the computer on a given day (for example, the students in the red group will have computer time on Mondays). The students within a group will go to the computer in assigned or random order.

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