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Ideas for using multiple computers in a middle school classroom

Ideas for using multiple computers in a middle school classroom

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  • 10. Click on TECHNOLOGY on the LEFT hand side Then click TECHNOLOGY INTEGRATION Choose Multiple Computers in the Classroom
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    • Ideas for using the computers in our classroom:
    • Watch United Streaming videos
    • Use United Streaming writing prompts
    • Do WebQuests
    • Take test with ExamView
    • Review for tests
    • Do reinforcement activities
    • Acrostic poems (with SmartNotebook or Word)
    • Gaggle assignments
    • Use Gaggle digital locker
    • Classcape activities
  • 12. 11. Orchard activities 12. PowerPoint brochure for research or author report 13. VoiceThread for reports 14. Study Island activities 15. BrainPop movies and activities 16. Blog on a class wiki 17. Curriculum websites (for example: http://leecountyschools.wikispaces.com/Math or http://del.icio.us/danitarussell/math change Math to your curriculum area for more activities) 18. TeacherTube videos 19. Podcasting of lesson or review 20. Safe research with http://www.think.com
  • 13. 21. Class notes added to class wiki 22. Graphic organizer with SmartNotebook 23. United Streaming assignments 24. Virtual field trips 25. Create presentations 26. Write a wikibook - great for class review 27. Create reader's guides to share their favorite books 28. Class glossary 29. Class encyclopedia 30. Peer review compositions
  • 14. 31. Develop student portfolios 32. Vocabulary lists 33. Students can share notes with other classmates 34. Group authoring of story 35. Create a timeline for social studies class 36. Online literature circles 37. Classroom FAQ's 38. Classroom scrapbook 39. Classroom newspaper 40. Online Class Hall of Fame
  • 15. 41. Design a school/classroom tour 42. Use Google Docs to design and implement a survey 43. Animoto class projects 44. Thinking Maps or Gliffy 45. Create a class autobiography 46. Search for answers to class questions 47. Create a class website list 48. Online games - Jeopardy, et all 49. Practice computer skills ( http://leecountyschools.wikispaces.com/Computer+Skills+Test ) 50. SmartBoard Activities
  • 16. 51. Use Paint to illustrate terms 52. Watch online student news 53. Create PowerPoint presentations from a novel/book read to be called a ‘rolling book report’. 54. Track weather via the Weatherbug or another internet site devoted to local weather
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  • 18. Your homework for next time is to make a wiki
  • 19. Thank you for your ideas We’ll meet again on September 23 rd We’ll work on our wikis Please make a wiki before you come
  • 20. Need to make a wiki? Go to: www.wikispaces.com/site/for/teachers100K
  • 21. Danita Russell Lee County Schools September 2008