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Understanding the classroom teaching PPT-redesign
Understanding the classroom teaching PPT-redesign
Understanding the classroom teaching PPT-redesign
Understanding the classroom teaching PPT-redesign
Understanding the classroom teaching PPT-redesign
Understanding the classroom teaching PPT-redesign
Understanding the classroom teaching PPT-redesign
Understanding the classroom teaching PPT-redesign
Understanding the classroom teaching PPT-redesign
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  • It is important for teachers to be trained on how to know their students and how to best address their learning needs.
    Proper media choices and how to use technology tools is the key to supporting learning and leadership.
    It is never enough to just blindly pick technological tools to use in te classroom, these decisions are to be purposeful and knowledgeable and with all learners best interest in mind, as to address the needs of all students.
    Leaders MUST be trained on technology tools before integrating them into the curriculum.
  • 1. Teachers must first be trained properly learn who their students are and what their specific learning needs are.
    2. No matter which theory used, there are proper technology tools that can be used to address the learners educational needs
    3. To become strong leaders teachers must have the knowledge to make sound decisions and valid choices on types of technology to use with specific students and how to properly use them to enhance the learning experience for all students.
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    • 1. Getting to Know Your Classroom and Supporting Learning and Leadership with Technology Domonique Varo EDU 697 Capstone: A Project Approach Instructor: Keith Pressey October 28,, 2013  
    • 2. This professional development session is designed to acquaint you, our new educators here at Portland State University, with the knowledge required to better understand the classroom, and becoming strong leaders who have the knowledge to support learning using technology.
    • 3. * Learner Profiles * Context of Learning Environment * Training Objectives * Learning Theories * How to Learn with Technology * Strategies * Integrating Technology * Assessment Using Technology
    • 4. Learner characteristics Learning preferences Cognitive styles Special needs Clipart from microsoft office
    • 5. There are three different contexts including the personal level, the classroom level and the school levels of context in the learning environment. Shambaugh & Magliaro (2006 )
    • 6. •Teachers gain new knowledge regarding the learners they will be teaching •Teachers become aware how to promote effective learning using technology • Teachers learn to use critical thinking when working on strategies and choosing proper technology •Teachers show leadership skills when choosing and using technology Clipart from microsoft office
    • 7. Learning Theories Behaviorist  Cognitive  Constructionist  Multiple Intelligences 
    • 8. Effective Learning with Technology
    • 9. Capture Attention Practice w/Feedback Research, Web hunts Small lessons, Group activities Presentations Media Choice Hardre, Ge & Thomas (2006) Clipart from microsoft office
    • 10. Strategies Using Technology
    • 11. Simulations  Wiki’s, Blogs, Videos  Online Practice w/feedback  EPortfolios 
    • 12. Assessments using Technology
    • 13. Clipart retrieved from http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/images/results.aspx?qu Hardré, P.,L., Ge, X., & Thomas, M. K. (2006). An investigation of development toward instructional design expertise. Performance Improvement Quarterly, 19(4), 63-90. Retrieved from http://search.proquest.com/docview/218561347?accountid=32521 Mind Maps. (2013). Bubble.us. Retrieved from https://bubbl.us/ Shambaugh, N. & Magliaro, S. G. (2006). Instructional design: A systematic approach  for reflective practice. B ston, MA: Pearson Education, Inc./Ally and Bacon.  

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