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  • The role of technology in education Technology integration strategies The TIP model in operation
  • Presentation Outline
    • Problem being addressed
    • Technology-based strategy employed
    • TIP model phases
    • Learning materials demo
    • Conclusion
    • References
  • Class Profile Names Special Educational Needs Background Shonica Alexander Learning difficulties Single parent, low income home. Akel Bain Average Middle income home Joshua Bernard Visual Impairment Middle income home. Katisha Degale Reading difficulties, lacks motivation Single parent, low income home. Bradley Francis Behavioural problems Kerrisha Francis Self Motivated, above average Renika Francis Average, needs assistance in reading. Anneisha Henry Above average Single parent home Johanna John Speech impairment Jonathan John Behavioural problems, average Jade Jones Below average, reading difficulty Rennel Lewis Above average Mark Above average Rebecca Paul Below average Jamal Perrote Average William Smith Hearing impairment
  • Learning Problem
    • Not yet abstract thinkers.
    • Behavioural problems.
    • Lack group cooperation
    • Multiple intelligence group.
    • Varying learning styles.
  • Technology-based strategy used
    • Inquiry-Based Integration Strategy
      • Constructivist
      • Foster group cooperation
      • Multiple distributed intelligences
      • Build mental models/schema
      • Increase knowledge transfer
  • Phase 1: Why use Technology?
    • Find mutual point of agreement
    • Experience real life disputes & how to solve
    • Solve real problems in real time
    • Abstract ideas virtualized
    • Training to become e-professionals
  • Phase 2: What outcomes are expected? Lesson Outcomes Objectives Assessment 1 What is a hurricane? Skills in internet researching Define hurricane Checklist 2 Hurricane formation Knowledge about hurricane formation Explain how hurricanes are formed Rubric, quiz 3 Hurricane preparedness An awareness of hurricane preparedness Create multimedia displays to sensitize others to hurricane preparedness Checklist
  • Phase 3: What strategies will work best? Lesson Activities Resources 1 Collaborative internet research  
      • Interactive online dictionary
    2 Viewing video/simulation software, discussion
      • Video embedded in PowerPoint presentation
    3 Desktop publishing/creating multimedia products
      • Word processor, Publisher, multimedia production tutorial
  • Learning Materials
    • Lesson 1
      • Internet website links
      • http:// /hurricane
  • Learning Materials
    • Lesson 2
      • Video: http:// =_SLXYRJnYm0
      • PowerPoint Presentation
  • Lesson Materials
    • Lesson 3
      • Creating a flyer in Word
        • http:// =Q6Fkfsz_ZOc&feature=related
      • Multimedia tutorial(Picture, Song, Video)
      • PowerPoint presentation tutorial
  • Phase4: What do I need?
    • Lesson 1
      • Computer workstation groups
      • Internet connection
      • Checklist
      • Bookmark websites
  • Phase 4: cont’d
    • Lesson 2
      • overhead projector
      • PowerPoint presentation {document}
      • Horse shoe sitting arrangement
  • Phase 4: cont’d
    • Lesson 3
      • Computer workstation groups
      • Tape recorders
      • Printer
      • Public address system
      • Camcorder
  • Phase 5: What worked? What could be improved?
    • Student evaluation
      • Interview
        • What about the lesson did you like?
        • How can the lesson be improve?
    • Teacher evaluation
      • Evaluation and revision checklist
  • Conclusion
    • Technology is essential in all aspects of our lives.
    • Teachers utilizing technology makes learning dynamic.
    • Technological skills can be transferred to the workplace.
  • References
    • Roblyer, M. D. Integrating Educational Technology into Teaching 4 th Ed, Pearson- New Jersey
  • Presenters
    • Jackeline Bartholomew
    • Keshia James
    • Bernicia Lyons
    • Leslieann Pascal
    • Rachelle Stiell