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Technology in the Driver Ed Classroom



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  • New Media Consortium
  • Learning Analytics:Socrative is a student response system that enables teachers to assess student learningthrough the use of any mobile device and adjust their teaching approach in real-time:http://www.socrative.com/Natural User Interfaces in Practice  The EyeMusic project uses eye-tracking sensors to compose multimedia productions based onthe user's eye movements: http://www.cs.uoregon.edu/Research/cm-hci/EyeMusic/.
  • Several studies have found that hands-free cell phones affect drivers just as much as hand-held models. A recent experiment may explain why. Harvard Medical School psychologist Todd Horowitz and his colleagues found that normal hands-free phone conversations impaired visual attention. But listening to a novel over the phone, or simply repeating the caller's words, had no effect.
  • Socrative is a student response system that enables teachers to assess student learningthrough the use of any mobile device and adjust their teaching approach in real-time:http://www.socrative.com/
  • Natural User Interfaces in Practice  The EyeMusic project uses eye-tracking sensors to compose multimedia productions based onthe user's eye movements: http://www.cs.uoregon.edu/Research/cm-hci/EyeMusic/.

Technology in the Driver Ed Classroom Technology in the Driver Ed Classroom Presentation Transcript

  • Jen Legatt Instructional Technology Integration Specialist Farmington Area Public Schools @192TIS jlegatt@farmington.k12.mn.us
  • Today’s Trends in Technology Education is being transformed at an exponential rate by the emergence of new technologies. This session will highlight some of the major instructional changes happening in the classroom because of tech tools.
  • http://youtu.be/rgJ2a8ql9goThis kid is coming to your classroom. Are you ready?
  • Our Learners Crave Engagement• Technology is becoming a powerful change agent in engaging our digital learners to achieve academic success.• Tech allows us to differentiate in ways we could never have dreamed.
  • NMCConsortiumNew Media Horizon Report“The NMC Horizon Report, 2012K-12 Edition is a collaborativeresearch effort between theNMC, the Consortium of SchoolNetworking (CoSN), and theInternational Society forTechnology in Education (ISTE).This contains the preliminaryresults of the top emergingtechnologies, trends, andchallenges that the advisoryboard believes will have a majorimpact on teaching, learning, andcreative inquiry over the next fiveyears.” http://www.nmc.org/publications/2012-horizon-report-k12
  • On the “Horizon” Time-to-Adoption: One Year or Less  Mobiles andApps  Tablet Computing Time-to-Adoption: Two to Three Years  Game-Based Learning  Learning Analytics Time-to-Adoption: Four to Five Years  Augmented Reality  Natural User Interfaces
  • Transformation“From the sageon the stage…”
  • Transformation “To the guide on the side.”
  • You engage them here….Image from http://www.findingdulcinea.com/news/Americas/2009/July/Peer-to-Peer-Drivers-Education-Program-Saves-Teen-Lives-in-Texas.html
  • But what about here?
  • They ARE learning.
  • http://knewton.marketing.s3.amazonaws.com/images/infographics/flipped-classroom.jpg “I have a meaningful conversation with every student, every day, about their academic progress.” -FHS Chemistry Teacher in a Flipped ClassroomFlipping the Classroom Reversing the concept of homework at home and lecture at school. Traditional lecture occurs at home. Homework time is done at school, guided by the teacher-expert.
  • Flipping the ClassroomTools Driver’s Ed Video, voice, and  Move movies and screen recorders lecture to become “homework” Learning  Review with formative Management responses Software  Use precious in-class  Moodle, Blackboard, time for discussions Schoology  More time for kids
  • Online and hybrid courses??? • State of Minnesota is looking at requiring one “online” experience by graduation. • Could this be your niche? • Create courses and share.
  • PodcastingAn audio file shared digitally. The word comes from “broadcast” and “pod,”since many are listened to on iPads.
  • Sample Podcast: Talking and DrivingJanuary 2, 2009 Science Update Podcasthttp://sciencenetlinks.com/science-news/science-updates/talking-driving/
  • Podcasting Tools Driver’s Ed  Audacity  Listen to the steps  Apple GarageBand for getting ready for  Windows Movie driving. Maker (seat, mirror)  Google Voice  Review lessons while on a bus or in a car.Image from http://hotblogtips.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/01/podcast-logo.jpg
  • ScreencastingCapturing your screen and voice to work through instructional materials ormodel concepts.
  • ScreencastingTools Driver’s Ed PowerPoint  Use resources you SMART Recorder already have created. screencast-o-  Review lessons. matic.com  Record sub plans. Screenr.com  Flipped Lectures.
  • Student Response SystemsTools for Formative and Summative Assessments.What do you do if they know it? What do you do if they don’t?
  • Student Response Systems Respond to knowledge Safe, anonymous discussionsImages from http://www.renlearn.com/2Know/toolbar.aspx
  • Student Response SystemsTools Driver’s Ed District owned  Real-time data  2Know,SMART, Turn  Respond to students- ingPoint, Senteo, Qui If they get it, move zdom on. Handheld devices  Auto-scored practice  Polleverywhere tests.  Polldaddy
  • Mobile Devices and BYODhttp://rebedube.files.wordpress.com/2011/09/latest-mobile-phones1.jpg
  • http://www.techtv101.com/features_distracted-driving-infographicCell Phones & Driving Infographic
  • DriveScribe App as seen on Fox Newshttp://www.myfoxtwincities.com/dpp/traffic/drivescribe-app-apr-8-2012http://www.drivescribe.com/
  • Mobile Devices and BYODTools Driver’s Ed Twitter/ Social media  If a video takes the ePub creators whole time, use a Apps for assessment back-channel for discussion. Safety Apps  Write your own Back-channeling: digital books  Chatzy.com  Connect in their  Todaysmeet.com world
  • GamificationGamification is the concept of applying game-design thinking to non-gameapplications to make them more fun and engaging. -http://gamification.org/wiki/Gamification Image from http://scm-l3.technorati.com/10/06/09/13707/game-intersection.jpg
  • Driving GamificationHow can wemake drivingmoreefficient?
  • Speed Camera LotteryHow candriving safelybe FUN? http://www.thefuntheory.com/speed-camera-lottery-0
  • GamificationTools Driver’s Ed These are growing…  As students prove  Wiki understandings, they  Website earn badges  (Sticker wall!)
  • http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/04/10/google-glasses-video-deve_n_1414882.htmlAugmented Reality/ Natural User Interface
  • Augmented RealityTools Driver’s Ed ????  Practice car -> smart glass?  Move info away from the dashboard  GPS  Speed  Alerts
  • What does this mean to you?How can you take one of these ideas andincorporate it into your classroom to engagestudents?