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Smar ter teacher communication

  1. 1. VVSUG ­ SMARTer Teacher Communication.notebook 1 September 28, 2013 Welcome! If you have a laptop or other mobile device, please navigate to add2nb.com and wait for further instructions. Thanks!
  2. 2. VVSUG ­ SMARTer Teacher Communication.notebook 2 September 28, 2013 SMARTer Teacher Communication Robert Petitto Instructional Technology Specialist Valley View School District 365U @rpetitto
  3. 3. VVSUG ­ SMARTer Teacher Communication.notebook 3 September 28, 2013 Objectives
  4. 4. VVSUG ­ SMARTer Teacher Communication.notebook 4 September 28, 2013 Join the Discussion In a few words, how do you communicate with...? Students Parents Substitutes
  5. 5. VVSUG ­ SMARTer Teacher Communication.notebook 5 September 28, 2013 Role Reversal How satisfied are you with the level/type/frequency of communication you experience as... ...a parent of a school­age child? ...a colleague in your Grade Level/Department? ...a lifelong learner in your district?
  6. 6. VVSUG ­ SMARTer Teacher Communication.notebook 6 September 28, 2013 Transparency and Collaboration
  7. 7. VVSUG ­ SMARTer Teacher Communication.notebook 7 September 28, 2013 Outline • SMART Notebook Basic Features > Save (As) > Export > Print • Differentiated Application > To whom? > For what purpose? • Modality of Communication > Paper > Email > Web • Scenarios!
  8. 8. VVSUG ­ SMARTer Teacher Communication.notebook 8 September 28, 2013 Notebook ...from creation to communication.
  9. 9. VVSUG ­ SMARTer Teacher Communication.notebook 9 September 28, 2013 Create a Notebook • From Scratch • From an existing file > .notebook = Open in SMART Notebook – created by you – created by a colleague – from SMART Exchange > other = Print (SMART Document Writer) – from Word – from PowerPoint – from PDF – from the internet – ...
  10. 10. VVSUG ­ SMARTer Teacher Communication.notebook 10 September 28, 2013 Modify a Notebook • Add pages • Add examples • Add links • Add audio • Add assessment/reflection • Add evidence • Add student work • Add notes/reminders
  11. 11. VVSUG ­ SMARTer Teacher Communication.notebook 11 September 28, 2013 Before Saving Consider who should/needs to access the modified Notebook. Will it help… • ...a student review the material? • ...a teacher improve their instruction? • ...a parent assist their child? • ...an administrator see evidence of _______? • ...you to become a more effective educator?
  12. 12. VVSUG ­ SMARTer Teacher Communication.notebook 12 September 28, 2013 Before Saving Likewise, consider how will these individuals access this material? To ensure clear and accessible communication, you’ll need to determine... • ...what technology is available to them? • ...what platforms are available to you? • ...what do you want them to do with the material? • ...how will you organize the material?
  13. 13. VVSUG ­ SMARTer Teacher Communication.notebook 13 September 28, 2013 Save a Notebook • Save = Overwrite • Save As = Leaves original intact > Versions, Differentiation, Templates • Print = 1­9 Notebook Pages/page • Export > PPT = Accessibility for non­Notebook users > JPEGS = manipulation/arrangement in photo editing/ slideshow software > *PDF = Handouts, Online Viewing – most universal – best option to preserve formatting – non­editable
  14. 14. VVSUG ­ SMARTer Teacher Communication.notebook 14 September 28, 2013 Scenarios ...communication with a purpose.
  15. 15. VVSUG ­ SMARTer Teacher Communication.notebook 15 September 28, 2013 Scenario #1: Your lesson went reasonably well, but you would like to note some reflections and reminders for improvements for next time (since you have virtually no time to make them right now).
  16. 16. VVSUG ­ SMARTer Teacher Communication.notebook 16 September 28, 2013 Scenario #2: Your lesson went very well, and you would like to share it with your colleagues.
  17. 17. VVSUG ­ SMARTer Teacher Communication.notebook 17 September 28, 2013 Scenario #3: You have a few absent students today, and they are going to need today's lesson materials/resources to review.
  18. 18. VVSUG ­ SMARTer Teacher Communication.notebook 18 September 28, 2013 Scenario #4: Parents want to know what's happening in the classroom so they can reinforce the concepts at home.
  19. 19. VVSUG ­ SMARTer Teacher Communication.notebook 19 September 28, 2013 Scenario #5: An administrator wants to see evidence of effective instruction/learning.
  20. 20. VVSUG ­ SMARTer Teacher Communication.notebook 20 September 28, 2013 Scenario #6: A substitute will be teaching your class tomorrow.
  21. 21. VVSUG ­ SMARTer Teacher Communication.notebook 21 September 28, 2013 Scenario #7: You want to encourage student voice/ownership of learning.
  22. 22. VVSUG ­ SMARTer Teacher Communication.notebook 22 September 28, 2013 Thank You!Thank You!Thank You!Thank You! SMARTer Teacher Communication Robert Petitto @rpetitto http://www.vvsd.org/vvsdtech
  23. 23. Attachments Figurative Language.notebook VVSDtech Page VVSUG13 Homepage

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