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  • 1. Greetings W200 Students Day: Monday Time: 11:15 AM Section: 14958
  • 2. Before the Class Starts…
    • Go to Oncourse (W200) – Resources – Dabae– Week 1 – Download and open Week 1 Presentation
    • Open W200 Website using this link
  • 3. All About ME!
      • Dabae Lee– Please call me “Mrs. Lee”
        • I am from Korea!!! ( Where ?)
        • Undergraduate in Business
        • 2 years of working experience as a financial analysist
        • 3 rd year in my doctoral program
        • 4 th time of teaching W200
        • Office Hours: Monday, 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM (TTL)
        • Email: [email_address] (48hour response time)
  • 4. All About The Course Coordinator
    • Professor Leftwich / Dr. Leftwich
    • Temporarily Retired Elementary Teacher (Michigan)
      • Certified in Math & Science (6-8)
      • Certified Elementary (K-6)
      • Certified Early Education (0-6 years)
      • 8 th grade math
      • 1 st grade
      • Kindergarten
    • PhD in Educational Technology
    • Total techie!
  • 5. Undergraduate Lab Assistant
      • Introduction
        • Who?
        • Subject Area?
        • Experience in W200?
        • ULA Role
  • 6. Who are you?
      • Introduction
        • Name?
        • Subject Area?
        • What is your perspective on using technology in education?
        • What are your expectations from this class?
  • 7. Today’s Class
    • Course Overview and Expectations
    • Sign-up for Accounts
    • Shift Lectures and Discussions
    • Class Prep #1: Indiana State Standards Activity: Submit via Google Form
    • Digital Story Introductions
    • ICW#1: ToonDoo Introductions: Submit via OnCourse >> Assignments
    • Prep for Next Week
  • 8. COURSE OVERVIEW AND EXPECTATIONS
  • 9. What kind of knowledge should we, as teachers, have for effective technology integration?
      • W200 is all about technology integration into K-12 classrooms.
      • T echnological P edagogical C ontent K nowledge ( TPACK )
  • 10. THINGS TO KNOW ABOUT W200
      • This is not a computer skills course
      • Technology doesn’t always work
      • What would you do as a teacher?
      • Help you make good technology integration decisions
  • 11. Syllabus http://www.indiana.edu/~educw200/syllabus.html
  • 12. Syllabus
    • Teaching Technology Lab (TTL)
      • Where you go to get technology integration help (for w200 or any other education course)
      • A place for potential workshops and additional learning opportunities
      • Where instructors hold their office hours
      • A place to checkout technology equipment for artifact assignments
    • All of the information about the TTL is listed on the Syllabus.
      • Hours
      • Location
      • Phone Numbers
    • Field Trip (TTL) – ULA (5 Minute)
  • 13. Syllabus
    • Information for Different Lab Sections & Times (W200 Website)
    • Grade Distribution (W200 Website)
    • Grading Policies
      • No late submissions
      • Attendance and participation taken every week
      • Let me know as early as possible if you have an excused absence
        • Excused absences listed on W200 Website
        • Documentation required
  • 14. Syllabus
    • Grading Breakdown
      • Weekly assignments
        • Class-prep Activities – 150 Points (10pts X15)
        • In-Class Workouts – 150 Points (10pts X15)
      • Major projects
        • Digital Story – 100 Points (%10)
        • Case Analysis & Case Artifacts – 300 Points (%30)
        • Teacher Website Final – 150 Points (%15)
        • E-Portfolio Final – 100 Points (%10)
      • Participation – 50 Points (%5)
      • TOTAL: 1000 Points
      • Any questions about the Syllabus?
  • 15. Weekly Expectations
    • Due Date: Monday, 5:00 PM
    • Class Prep (10 Points Each)
      • Must be completed before class by … (When?) – Where to locate?
      • No attendance for the week -> 50% deduction
    • In-class Workout (10 Points Each + a)
      • All assignments will be submitted on OnCourse >> Assignment
    • Effort
      • I want to see a high effort level!!!
  • 16. Grading ICW & Class Prep
    • Complete all of the parts.
    • With quality and effort – Could you use this in your future classroom?
    • Submit it on time – By Monday at 5:00pm
      • Late submissions will result in zero points.
  • 17. Big Projects:
      • Digital Story
        • Will start today!
      • Case Analysis & Case Artifacts
        • Making technology decision and creating artifacts
      • Teacher Website & E-Portfolio Draft
        • Two important projects of this class
        • Today, will create the outline of these websites
  • 18. W200 Website & Oncourse
    • W200 Website
      • Brief introduction of all pages
    • Oncourse
      • Brief introduction of all links
  • 19. General Expectations
  • 20. Expectations
    • Attend every class
    • Classes will last the entire time
    • Plan at least 3~6 hours of work outside of class each week for your assignments
    • Professional - punctual and responsible
    • Respect each other – future teachers
    • Participation points (50 points)
        • Attendance, class participation (discussions), effort, and improvement
    • Any questions on the expectations?
  • 21. What happens if I miss class?
    • Missing Class
      • Excused: Flu, Doctor’s note, Religious holiday, etc with proper documentation
        • Must be discussed in advanced or NO In-class Workout points.
        • Find another instructor on the website, email them, CC me.
      • Unexcused: Go through the presentation slides, office hours, TTL. No In-Class Workout points.
    • Attending Other Labs (Excused Absence)
      • MUST be discussed in advance via email.
      • Find a good section for you to attend.
  • 22. Where Can I Get Help?
    • - Help 1: Read carefully through our PowerPoint Presentations (Oncourse > Resources)
    • - Help 2: Teaching Technology Lab (TTL)
      • - Help 3: Email me (leedabae@gmail.com)
      • - Help 4: Search Google, Youtube, etc. for tutorials
  • 23. Communication expectations
  • 24. Communicating with me via email
    • Before you email me…
      • Make sure you check the class website, Oncourse, and announcements BEFORE you email me
      • Any suggestions or comments on the class are welcome.
      • Don’t hesitate to share your difficulties or questions with me.
        • The sooner, the better.
    • What is my email address again?
      • Look on our syllabus page!
      • I will try to respond within 48 hours! …email me again if I don’t reply within 48 hours
  • 25. Example of Poor Communication
    • I would not respond to…
    To: Sinem Aslan(w200.sinem.aslan@gmail.com) From: puckfurdue@yahoo.com Subject: (no subject) Ok u said u had a copy of the digital story just not finalized and u said u would give me half credit for that...u never said u would give me half credit if I gave u my finalized one...u understood because my computer that had the finalized copy crashed and I have since replaced it...there was no way for me to send u another copy without doing it over so I assumed u were going to keep true go ur word and give me half credit for the copy u received...and I know u have copy because I emailed it to you around the time they were do Sent from my Verizon Wireless BlackBerry
  • 26. Example of Better Communication
    • I would love to respond to…
    To: Dabae Lee (leedabae@gmail.com) From: janedoe@indiana.edu Subject: Question Regarding Digital Story - 12477– Jane Doe Dear Mrs. Aslan, After our discussion on Tuesday, I went back to my room and thought about what topic to choose for my digital story. However I could not come up with any good topic. Can we set up a meeting time to discuss my digital story topic? I have class during your office hours. Thank you! Sincerely, Jane Doe (janedoe @indiana.edu )
  • 27. Classroom Expectations
  • 28. Classroom Expectations
    • Class starts promptly at 11:15
      • Two breaks
    • Participate actively in class-activities!!! Our ULA will observe the class and take notes – Participation Points
    • - No text messaging during the class!!! If you have something urgent, get permission.
    • No Facebook during the class unless it is related with this class!!!
    • Do we all agree on these expectations? Any objections?
  • 29. SIGN-UP FOR ACCOUNTS
    • No Textbook, but lots of free resources!
    • Get prepared!
    • Task #1. Create accounts.
    • Task #2. Complete the Google form.
  • 30. Task #1: Creating Accounts THEY’RE CHEAPER THAN TEXTBOOKS…
      • In w200, we’ll use a lot of free, online tools you’ll need to sign up for.
        • www.gmail.com (Google’s full line of stuff - don't use your UMAIL account ! Make sure you create a NEW GMAIL not Google acct).
        • www.profilerpro.com ( JOIN A GROUP , and search for "w200". The password for joining this group is "w200”)
        • Learning connection
      • Email to yourself your USERNAME and PASSWORD for each site. (PLEASE!!!)
  • 31. Task #2: Fill out Google Form
      • Go to W200 Website – Week 1 Details - #4.
      • Copy your account usernames where they are asked for.
      • Click submit and confirm!
      • You did it!
        • TIP: Send yourself an email with your usernames and passwords to be safe.
  • 32. Download Website Templates
    • Teacher Website Template
    • ePortfolio Template
      • Visit these two links, and click on the button in the upper-right-hand “USE THIS TEMPLATE”
  • 33. SHIFT: WHAT’S ALL THE FUSS ABOUT?
    • Unit #1 – Why Technology?
  • 34. SHIFT HAPPENS
    • Shift Theme #1
  • 35. SHIFT HAPPENS
      • Digital World
        • Unprecedented ease of communication
        • Unprecedented access to information
        • Global everything (The World is Flat)
      • How has this change impacted the world?
        • Shift Happens (4:56) – Write down three take-aways… Think about how this might impact your role as a future teacher. These will be used in the next activity!!!
  • 36. SHIFT HAPPENS - Discussion
    • Think-Pair Share (5 Minutes):
    • How is this different now than it would have been twenty years ago?
    • How might digital technology change who and how you teach?
  • 37. WHO ARE YOUR STUDENTS TODAY?
      • It’s not your parents’ classroom anymore…
      • Digital natives
        • Native speakers of the digital language of computers, video games, and the Internet. THEY’VE NEVER KNOWN IT ANY OTHER WAY.
      • Digital immigrants
        • Those not born into the digital world, but have, at some point in their lives, become fascinated by and adopted many or most aspects of the new technology
  • 38. SHIFT HITS THE FAN
    • Shift Theme #2
  • 39. THE SHIFT HITS THE FAN : Example
      • Harrison Central High School: A Commitment to High Tech (8:55)
        • Write down three take-aways…
  • 40. Discussion
      • What about your own technology experiences in your previous schools?
      • Would you rather like to be a student in such a high-tech school?
  • 41. SHIFT OR GET OFF THE POT
    • Shift Theme #3
  • 42. THEME #3: SHIFT OR GET OFF THE POT
      • That’s technology in the US – Indiana is not that high tech…
      • Or is it….
  • 43. New Tech High School – Project-Based Learning and Technology…
      • New Tech High – All over Indiana! (Watch until 4:41)
        • Write down 3 take-aways. You can use them in the next activity.
      • More information on New Tech in Indiana
  • 44. We have the most New Tech High’s in a state: Indiana has 16!
  • 45. SHIFTS COLLIDE
    • Shift Theme #4
  • 46. AS A TEACHER, YOU NEED TO MAKE SURE STUDENTS MEET ALL THE NECESSARY STANDARDS
  • 47. Standards
    • STAND⋅ARD
      • SOMETHING CONSIDERED BY AN AUTHORITY OR BY GENERAL CONSENT AS A BASIS OF COMPARISON; AN APPROVED MODEL
      • A RULE OR PRINCIPLE THAT IS USED AS A BASIS FOR JUDGMENT
      • AN AVERAGE OR NORMAL REQUIREMENT, QUALITY, QUANTITY, LEVEL, GRADE, ETC
  • 48. Indiana’s Academic Standards
      • An example: 3rd grade science
    • 3.2.6 Make sketches and write descriptions to aid in explaining procedures or ideas
    3rd grade 2nd “set” – “Scientific Thinking” 6th standard in category
  • 49. CLASS PREP #1: HANDS-ON ACTIVITY WITH INDIANA STANDARDS
  • 50. Find an Indiana Academic Standard
      • Details are on W200 Website – Week #1 - #10
      • Visit the Indiana State Standards Print Library website.
      • Find a standard that is relevant to your future teaching preferably with resources.
      • Answer the question on the Google Form (class-prep #1)
      • Indiana State Standards Print website
      • Search Indiana Resources
      • ULA Demo for locating Standards & Resources
  • 51. DIGITAL STORYTELLING
    • Your first major assignment – worth 100 points
  • 52. WHAT IS A DIGITAL STORY?
      • What is a digital story?
        • Example 1
        • Example 2
        • Example 3
      • Why are digital stories so awesome?
        • Encourage student expression and creativity
        • Requires writing and public speaking
        • Requires technology skills while having fun
        • Yields a flashy product students can be proud of
  • 53. What do you need to create a digital story?
  • 54. Steps in the Process…
        • Create a script
        • Create a storyboard with all media
        • Record narration
        • Assemble w/o music using Windows Movie Maker
        • Create final version w/music
  • 55. CREATING YOUR DIGITAL STORY
      • This project will be completed step-by-step over several weeks
      • The first step is to write your script. Three choices for your topic (Due next class)
        • How is education shifting and what am I going to do about it?
        • What is school “like” for me (from a digital native’s standpoint)?
        • Teaching a specific content area... this must be approved by me.
  • 56. How your script will be evaluated?
        • Be professional
          • Check your grammar and spelling
        • Appropriate length
          • Not too short, Not too long
        • Stick to the topics
        • The story is reflective and interesting
          • Make it engaging.
          • Be personal
  • 57. IN-CLASS WORKOUT #1: TOONDOO INTRODUCTIONS
  • 58. In Class Workout #1
  • 59. In-Class Workout #1 Submit Via OnCourse
    • Task #1. Create a ToonDoo
      • ULA Demo
      • User Name & Password:
      • ToonDo Job-Aid on W200 Website
      • Imagine that you have become a teacher! Introduce yourself to your students with this picture!
  • 60. In-Class Workout #1
    • Go to Teacher Website >> About Me >> Embed the Picture (Left)!!!
    • Submit the link to Oncourse > Assignments 2 >ICW #1 (How to? )
  • 61. WHAT’S DUE, WHEN, AND WHERE?
  • 62. Next Class
      • By this Monday (5:00 pm):
        • Completed Class Prep #1, ICW #1.
        • Class Prep #2 -> Week 2 details
      • Bring your digital story script to next class.