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  • 1. Using Technology With Classroom Instruction That Works Nonlinguistic Representation
  • 2. Using Technology With Classroom Instruction That Works
  • 3.
    • Generalizations
    • A variety of activities produce nonlinguistic representation
    • Purpose is to elaborate on knowledge
    Nonlinguistic Representation
  • 4.
    • Recommendations
    • To represent knowledge, use and have students create
      • Graphic organizers
      • Physical models
      • Mental pictures
      • Pictures or pictographs
    • Have students engage in kinesthetic activities
    Nonlinguistic Representation
  • 5.
    • Learners acquire and store knowledge
    • in two primary ways:
    • linguistic (by reading or hearing lectures)
    • nonlinguistic (through visual imagery, kinesthetic or whole-body modes, and so forth).
    • The more students use both systems of representing knowledge, the better they are able to think about and recall what they have learned (Marzano, Pickering, & Pollock, 2001).
    Nonlinguistic Representation
  • 6. Nonlinguistic Representation Data collection and visualization
  • 7. Nonlinguistic Representation Graphing
  • 8. Nonlinguistic Representation Timelines
  • 9. Nonlinguistic Representation Interactives and simulations
  • 10. Nonlinguistic Representation Interactives and simulations
  • 11. Nonlinguistic Representation Comics / animations
  • 12. Nonlinguistic Representation Virtual whiteboards
  • 13. Nonlinguistic Representation .kml – text file with placemarker info .kmz – similar to a zip file, includes placemarker info and can include other media like pictures and video
  • 14. Nonlinguistic Representation Virtual microscopes
  • 15. Nonlinguistic Representation NOVA videos and simulations
  • 16. Nonlinguistic Representation Videos
  • 17. Nonlinguistic Representation Presentation tips
  • 18. Nonlinguistic Representation http://www.archives.gov/education/lessons/ Primary sources
  • 19. Nonlinguistic Representation Images- critical viewing
  • 20. Nonlinguistic Representation Images
  • 21. Nonlinguistic Representation Multimedia Tools
  • 22. Nonlinguistic Representation Other tools
  • 23. Nonlinguistic Representation Linguistic + nonlinguistic
  • 24. Nonlinguistic Representation http://www.google.com/educators/p_sketchup.html Computer-aided design
  • 25. Nonlinguistic Representation Tools Resources Visualization High Interactive Simulation Graphicorganizers Graphs Images Photos Primarysources Manipulatives Games Digitalstorytelling Animation Comics Videos Multimedia (subject area)
  • 26. Nonlinguistic Representation
  • 27. Using Technology With Classroom Instruction That Works Nonlinguistic Representation