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  • Welcome to CPS 100 INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTERS: HOW TO USE TECHNOLOGY EFFECTIVELY AND ETHICALLY IN AN ACADEMIC AND CAREER SETTING. ANNIE ALMEKINDER
  • Please silence your phone now Put your phone out of sight and Out of Mind
  • Objective: Understand how technology is changing the classrooms and the work environments of today and tomorrow. AGENDA for Jan. 14th Make a connection: Who am I ? Who are your classmates? Homework: Review the syllabus What is Moodle? How can I know what my grades are for this class? Review the reading response instructions IN THE COMPUTER LAB: Get online for Moodle Take Tech Survey on Moodle Objective: Understand how technology is changing the classrooms and the work environments of today and tomorrow. Take a survey: How Tech Savvy are you? Read the article on Moodle: Century Workforce Reading Response on a Moodle Forum: 21Century Workforce Skills (2 questions) Make sure you can get online for the gradebook and Moodle. If not come see me immediately. Get online for your gradebook Read the articles on Moodle: 21st Century Workforce
  • AGENDA for Jan. 16th, 2014 Objective: Learn the historical roots of the computer, how basic computer systems work; how computer systems are organized; what are bits, bytes, and binary codes; how the internet began and how it works. Gradebook Tech Savvy survey Quiz on 21st Century Workforce (Moodle) Download History of computers web quest Upload ppt to GoogleDocs Presentation: share with me. HOMEWORK: Complete web quest: history of computers Research through the links and have the best information, and graphics prepared for class on Thursday.
  • Jan. 14 How can you be sure to not plagiarize information? PARAPHRASE/ SUMMARIZE PLAGIARIZE Use your own words, not a direct quote. Take someone’s words or ideas and call them your own. 1. read and re-read to completely understand the information 2. restate the ideas in YOUR OWN WORDS with the book closed. 3. note any sources you used. 4. check with the original source to make sure your facts are accurate and not copied. Use someone’s exact words Do not cite source accurately
  • What is paraphrasing versus what is summarizing. What is paraphrasing versus what is summarizing. http://www.brainpop.com/english/writing/paraphrasing/ How well did you do with summarizing? Check your document here: http://www.dustball.com/cs/plagiarism.checker/ http://www.grammarly.com/?q=plagiarism&gclid=CPfdktKHpbgCFQi4AodqToATQ Nainsi Houston will tell us more about the University Library.
  • Jan. 16 Continue to explore the History of computers and the internet. Learn the highlights of how to create a PowerPoint Presentation, Record through JING, and embed the video to Moodle and e.Portfolio IN CLASS: HOMEWORK Check your work for plagiarism: Complete ppt with animations Download Jing, Google Chrome, easy Bibs, Screencast the ppt and add link to Moodle Forum. Demonstrate animations on ppt. Demonstrate screencasting. Time to work.
  • Jan. 21 Peer Feedback, Creating a web page IN CLASS: HOMEWORK Review 5 peers’ work. Provide specific feedback to enhancing their presentation as discussed in class and on the rubric. Review 5 peers’ slides. Quiz on History of Computers Provide feedback (sandwich style) referencing the rubric. Begin an e.Portfio: see rubric. Open a web site Add pages: ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦ All about me Argument for Environment Resume cover letter Debating Social Issues Recommended sites Computer programming apps Add the embed code from Jing to your site Read ‘Privacy in a digital world’ articles on Moodle.
  • Webpages to add to your e.Porfolio Home/Purpose of Building an e.Portfolio All about me Cover letter /Resume Argument for the Environment Debating social issues Computer programming site Site recommendations – with avatar link. Using Excel History of Computers – with link to screencast. Video editing: What Heidelberg means to me.
  • Jan. 23 Objective: Students will understand their digital footprint and their responsibilities as digital citizens. IN CLASS: HOMEWORK What is your digital footprint? Review your digital footprint, review your privacy settings on Facebook, Google+, and other social media. How can you change your digital footprint? Watch videos on Moodle on Digital Footprint Review articles on Moodle: Privacy in the Digital World. Review your digital footprint, review your privacy settings on Facebook, Google+, and other social media. Set up a professional email, personal email, and school email. Keep these separate. Create 3 tiered passwords Set up a professional email, personal email, and school email. Keep these separate. Create 3 tiered passwords Read Textbook excerpt; Digital Citizenship
  • Jan. 28th Objective: Research and Information Fluency. Students apply digital tools to gather, evaluate, and use information. Begin Research to explore: Steps in research, different search engines, triangulation of data, Bolean search methods, website authenticity. Quiz on Digital Citizenship Step by step to complete the project: Find an issue you think is important and meaningful to you and which others should be aware. Read and understand the issue completely before you begin to take notes. Open a GoogleDocs and share with: aalmekin@heidelberg.edu. Remember, all your work must be in your own words, completely paraphrased. Your stated argument: Begin reading and taking notes on your topic. Make sure to document each source by using Google Research. Use a table to organize your work. Organize your notes into these three paragraphs: What are the background issues or causes to your topic. What is currently begin done or researched about your topic? What are some possible solutions you could provide to solve/assist in this issue?
  • Jan. 30 Objective: Learning and applying research skills and using technology to enhance and share my information. Objective: Creativity and Innovation: Students demonstrate creative thinking. Construct knowledge, and develop innovative products using technology. Objective: Learn more about the Beeghly Library. Nainsi Houston will show us what resources are available. Document your sources using EasyBibs and Google ResearchOpen a GoogleDocs and share with: aalmekin@heidelberg.edu. Remember, all your work must be in your own words, completely paraphrased. Your stated argument: Begin reading and taking notes on your topic. Make sure to document each source by using Google Research. Use a table to organize your work. Organize your notes into these three paragraphs: What are the background issues or causes to your topic? What is currently begin done or researched about your topic? What are some possible solutions you could provide to solve/assist in this issue? Finish researching and taking notes. Document your sources using EasyBibs and Google Research
  • Feb. 4 Objective: Using Excel to process your data Make sure the written portion of this project is complete. The final should be three paragraphs in length with a bibliography. Make every sentence count to include your details. How well did you do with summarizing? Submit your document to two sites. http://www.dustball.com/cs/plagiarism.checker/ http://www.grammarly.com/?q=plagiarism&gclid=CPfdktKHpbgCFQ-i4AodqToATQ Learn how to use Excel to understand data with a beginning ppt and fake data. Find data that supports your argument. Document your data sources using EasyBibs.
  • Feb. 6th Objective: Creativity and Innovation: Students demonstrate creative thinking. Construct knowledge, and develop innovative products using technology. Review the Excel sheet that is due. Compare yours with a partner… did you have the same results? Create your own graph. Use the data you found in your research and put it into an Excel spreadsheet. Complete this on the next slide of the ppt. Remember to take a screen shot of the Excel graph to include on your web page. Add your info to your e.Portfolio Review exemplars to see what environmental web page could become. Finalize webpage with written information and graphs. Review the rubric to better provide feedback to each other.
  • Feb 11th Finish Arguments for the Environment. Share your webpage link on Moodle. HOMEWORK: Take time to comment on three peers’ work. Use the rubric provided to give sandwich feedback. Prepare your Provide specific 1. Review three peers’ webpages on the Moodle forum.presentation for the class Self-assess: How do feedback using the rubric as your reference. you think you did? Present 3 – 5 min.: share how you conducted your Develop your e.Portfolio pages and layout. Due Oct. 1 research Develop your e.Portfolio Find your dream job: Can you find a job description for your ideal job? What skills do you need to have? What will be required of you? Present your argument: Develop oral language skills by presenting your poster to the group. Present your research in a professional manner.
  • Feb. 13th Objective: Develop oral language skills by presenting your poster to the group. Present your research in a professional manner. Highlight your argument for the environment in 3 – 5 min. Job description: Find the job you would dream of getting. Make a list of the job requirements and the job skills you will need. Use the example to get yourself started. Complete a table of job requirements and skills HOMEWORK: Find your dream job: Find a job description for your ideal job. Look on http://promotion.monster.com http://jobmarket.nytimes.com/jobs/category/ What skills do you need to have? What will be required of you? Come with links to job descriptions or ads. We will be using this for our next project.
  • My Dream Job Example: Travel writer and photographer for National Geographic JOB REQUIREMENTS NECESSARY SKILLS Take 1000s of photos of one topic and write 7000+ words about the topic Focus on small details, take notes, record accurately. Cooperate with the NG team translators, writers, editors, and support staff Speak a second language Fine tune photos and crop photos for the best results. 5 years experience with specialization in a field (nature, wildlife, aeral, Work as a team player Read widely and have a good understanding of background history of a region, country, government, individual. Experience with many types of photography to build resume Excellent computer skills: photo editing, video editing, Experience in the newspaper and magazine business Learn a second language Be an expert in the field Excellent reader and ability to take notes http://www.nationalgeographic.com/siteindex/careers-faqs/ Conduct an interview with locals and ask questions to elicit the necessary information http://travel.nationalgeographic.com/travel/traveler-magazine/about-us/writer-guidelines/ http://www.nationalgeographic.com/jobs/faq.html
  • Feb. 18 Objective: Through the use of Microsoft Word and Publisher, develop a strong resume and cover letter that reflects skills and experiences, including new technology skills. 1. Complete the table of skills and job requirements. Read between the lines in a job description. What are is the employer looking for 2. Share this on Google Docs with the teacher. 3. Follow specific requirements on Moodle to produce a resume and cover letter on Microsoft Word. 4. Bring a minimum of 20 photos of you that can be used professionally as defined in class. 5. Read two articles on Moodle, ‘Professionalism in the workplace’
  • Feb. 20: Objective: Students will create a photo slide show of themselves. This professional 'video' will be embedded on the e.Portfolio home page with a short bio of themselves. CLASSWORK HOMEWORK Turn the Word into a PDF and embed the code into your web page. Complete the photo essay and bio. Create a Linkedin account and post your resume and professional photo. Download Feedly. Find several resources that will keep you current in your field of study. Create your Home Page on your e.Portfolio: All about you. You will include a short biography about you! Create a brief slideshow. Share with the audience your interests, family, what makes you. Remember to keep this professional, respecting the audience that will see this site.
  • Feb. 25 Objective: Students will use collaboration and peer feedback to improve their work. Create a digital presence that can be used professionally. CLASSWORK: HOMEWORK Learn how to design an effective web page using the E format. Polish your e.Portfolio with resume, cover letter, reflection for argument for the environment, photos. Learn to embed code and insert photos into your web page. Link your e.Portfolio to Moodle forum and receive feedback from peers. Use the feedback to improve your work. Refer to the specific instructions and rubric to develop the e.Portfolio Begin by adding your reflection to your Arguments for the Environment page. Create pages to host other professional skills, accomplishments, or community service you have completed. Make sure to use the E approach to planning your page. Include a visual to enhance every page. Make sure to choose professional fonts, styles, sizes, and colors that make you look credible
  • Oct. st 31 Debating social issues CLASSWORK HOMEWORK Debating a Social Issue Finish Prezi. Due Nov. 5 Notes are completed in bulleted form Sources are cited on Easy bib. Photos and videos are found with links on GoogleDocs. Create a Prezi account and choose a theme. Possible blank is your best choice. Create a Prezi to hold your argument. Use one slide for each of your arguments with a visual. Break up slide stream with video clips. Bibliography will be pasted onto webpage at the bottom of the Prezi. Bring Smart Phone or iPad to class.
  • Feb. 27 Objective: Communication and Collaboration: Students use digital media and environments to communicate and work collaboratively, including at a distance, to support individual learning and contribute to the learning of others. INTRODUCTION TO DEBATING A SOCIAL ISSUE *REFER TO SPECIFIC DIRECTIONS ON MOODLE. Choose a controversial issue and a partner to debate. Begin developing your arguments through the research you conduct. Complete research of your debate argument. Cite all sources on Easy Bibs and post this in your GoogleDocs. Use only scholarly articles through Ohio Links. DUE: arguments that compliment your partner’s arguments. Sources cited on Easy Bibs and in Google Docs.
  • Does rap music affect violence in society Is there enough security built into public school systems to ensure safety of all students. Do guns protect homes? Nick, Michaela ` Should prostitution be legalized. Erin, Rachel Iphones/ipads/computers causing attentions issues Cassie, Lala Should the government monitor technology (phone.internet) patriot act. Cam, Ethan Is technology a distraction to schools – Megan, Erin Drug test required for welfare Erica Alison Is society too gender specific/sexist Quota systems for college entrance.
  • March 18: Social issue debate blog Objective: Students will continue to research, write, and collaborate both face to face and virtually with specific teacher guidance. CLASSWORK HOMEWORK Citing all sources: Remember to document all sources and photos using Easy Bib for your bibliography. This will be posted at the bottom of your argument. HOMEWORK for Thursday Take strong notes with stats, case studies that support your argument. – NO OPINION Persuasive visuals: Find a minimum of three photos that will attract readers to your argument. Find a video that supports your argument. Post the photos and video to GoogleDocs for all collaborators. Time to work with partner to organize your notes face to face. Written notes are complete. Sources are cited on Easy Bibs Visuals are found and downloaded on to laptop or linked.
  • March 20 Objective: Students will continue debating a social issue. Students will use class to begin a Prezi presentation, online with peer collaboration. Objective: Students will continue debating a social issue. Students will use class to begin a Prezi presentation, online with peer collaboration. Begin creating a Prezi presentation that follows the specific guidelines and structures described on the rubric. Homework: Finish Prezi.
  • Prezi layout. Each slide must have your strong argument at the top. YOUR Point Fact that backs up your point (short paragraph) Statistics: Drunk driving is the leading case of death is children ages 16 – 18. Sixty Seven percent of deaths were caused by an under age driver at the wheel. Case study: Example of a specific person or situation PERSUASIVE VISUAL
  • March 25 Objective: Students will continue debating a social issue. Students will use class to design a blog. CLASSWORK Design your blog: One partner will create a blog in the . Berg account. This blog will be shared with the partner. Customize the layout to make sure your blog is visually appealing and professional for your argument. Embed your Prezi into your Blog Create a QR code for your blog: Create a QR code and print this with the debate title. In class, peers will use the QR code reader and/or link to find your blog. Also post the link to the blog on Moodle Forum with the debate title. Download QR code reader into phone/iPad. I like i-nigma. HOMEWORK Blog is prepped and ready to share. Print several copies of your QR code. Smart phone, iPad for class.
  • March 27 Objective: Students will continue debating a social issue. Students will use class to design an unbiased survey to collect data. Go Virtual. CLASSWORK HOMEWORK . Bring your Smart Phone or iPad to class. Collecting data: Now that you finished writing your debate, you and your partner will produce a poll to collect data. Through Google Forms you will write non-biased questions that solicit feedback on your debate. Embed this form into your blog page. Finalize your presentation. Use the QR code to review all peers’ blogs (both sides of the argument. Take their survey. Reflect on your e.Portfolio – Due Dec. 5
  • Writing unbiased questions to receive feedback on your argument. http://www.sciencebuddies.org/science-fair-projects/project_ideas/Soc_survey.shtml Ask structured questions: Fixed responses. YES/NO Which of the following: Rate of the following on a scale from 1 – 5 Make sure your questions are not leading the respondent to your side.
  • Survey questions Directions: After reviewing both sides of the argument on “—” please take a moment to complete the survey. Before the arguments were presented how did you feel about “---”? The government should not be providing health care to all citizens The government should provide some support to health care to all citizens The government should provide health care to all citizens Argument one: On a scale from 1 – 5 (1 = never, 5 = always) (1 = strongly disagree, 5 = strongly agree) please answer this question. How do you feel about being forced to use US Health Care providers? (BIASED) The US government must provide health care options to all citizens.
  • April 1 Objective: Debates go Virtual. Students will use the iPad or Smartphone to access the QR code to the blog. The social debate goes virtual. CLASSWORK . Review peers arguments: If possible bring your Smartphone or iPad to class. Use the QR codes and blog links to review each debate issue. Take the survey for each debate topic. HOMEWORK
  • April 3 Objective: Students will analyze and synthesize data results. Students will write a reflective summary of debate results. Analyze data: Review the Google Forms data. What do the statistics reveal? Write a summary and a graphic visual to include in the blog. Copy graphs into your blog with a caption Add your bibliography Update your e.Portfolio: Add this project and results to your e.Portfolio. Include a selfreflection as explained the directions. Review the data from the survey. What sides of the issue did the public choose? Find three apps on GoogleChrome you could use professionally or for school Find two websites you used for academics that others might look into. Create a table in GoogleDocs in the following format.
  • April 8 Objective: Share useful sites through an avatar. Classwork Find 5 apps/websites on Google Chrome or Smart Phone apps. Make a table on a Google document. Add photo of the app icon and a short description of each app and why it is excellent. Insert the link (hotlink) to your apps. Create an avatar to share your best site (s). HOMEWORK Complete the table of your sites. Finish your Avatar – MAKE SURE YOU WRITE THE WEBSITE YOU ARE SHARING ON YOUR AVATAR VIDEO – the voices and accents make it difficult to hear. http://screencast.com/t/2f4bwux5Ddx Exemplar http://goanimate.com/videos/0efOc5GfEoPg Exemplar
  • April 10 Sharing sites through avatars CLASSWORK Post your link for your Avatar on Moodle. Take time to review each person’s avatar. Provide feedback to each one. Add any cool sites you liked to your table. Copy and paste the table into your e.Portfolio with the link to your Avatar AND a Jing of your Avatar. HOMEWORK Post link to ePortfolio and develop your reflections. Build the table for your Programming apps. With the icons.
  • April 15 Basics of computer programming Classwork HOMEWORK Today we will explore how all apps and programs work – internally. This is the basics of computer programming In the end you will add to your e.Portfolio.. You and a partner will work through each of these programs in this order… progressing from easiest to the most difficult. In the end you will add to your e.Portfolio.. 1. a photo of the App icon 2. a brief description of the icon and how you found success. 3. a reflection about what you realized, valued, or will take away from this experience. 1. a photo of the App icon 2. a brief description of the icon and how you found success. 3. a reflection about what you realized, valued, or will take away from this experience.
  • Please try each of these. Comment on Padlet as your play. What do you like about it? What is frustrating? How can you improve your process? (What tricks did you discover that might help others?) On your e.Portfolio provide a table with the icon, a short description, and your comments about how the app worked. Daisy the Dinosaur (iPad), CargoBot (iPad), HopScotch (iPad), ***Code Monster: Www.crunchzilla.com/code-monster Scratch : www.scratch.mit.edu/projects/editor/ https://www.khanacademy.org/cs/programming
  • th: 26 Nov. Video recording, editing, and publishing. 17) CLASSWORK HOMEWORK Collect a min. of 5 ‘digital stories’ from faculty, staff, and students. Ask each person to answer, “What Heidelberg means to me.” in one min. or less. Final Exam Dec. 10 @ 8:00 – 10:00 Return to the classroom by 8:45 to publish the videos to YouTube. (April
  • Video recording, editing, and publishing. We will create a digital story about “What Heidelberg Means to Me.” to be shared on our HU Facebook page. The video you create must ‘tell a story’ to include a beginning, middle, and end. Include photos, titles, intro music. The audience will be the wider HU community so please keep this professional. Be creative, include academics, athletics, student life, liberal arts opportunities. Think symbolically, metaphorically. 1. PHOTOS: Take a minimum of 10 photos to include… people, places, ideas, think symbolically, metaphorically in what you capture. 2. INTERVIEWS: Ask a range of people, faculty, staff, students, “What Heidelberg Means to me.” Record a minimum of 10 short interviews – “What Heidelberg Means to me.” You may not use them all but someone in our class might. 3. UPLOAD: Upload your photos to: Picassa Web Album: edtech-mgmt@Heidelberg.edu 1. Upload video to YouTube: Edtech-mgmt@Heidelberg.edu password: teachers! 4. Download: video clips and photos to your computer so you can compose an excellent digital story independently. 5. CREATE: Be creative to put together a story about What Heidelberg Means to me. Include a Beginning, middle, end. Include titles. Your name can be last. 6. Publish your final video to YouTube: Edtech-mgmt@Heidelberg.edu password: teachers! Make sure to make it shareable… and public. These will be posted on our HU Facebook page.
  • April ….Video recording, editing, and publishing. CLASSWORK Download video clips to your computer so you can compose an excellent digital story independently. Your video must ‘tell a story’… beginning, middle, and end. Include photos, titles, intro music. Places to create a movie: YOUR CHOICE Wevideo: https://www.wevideo.com/sign-in Movie Maker iMovie April 22 HOMEWORK Final Exam Dec. 10 @ 8:00 – 10:00 Project Due Dec. 5th posted to the YouTube site.
  • Dec. 5th CLASSWORK HOMEWORK e.Portfolio due Final Exam Dec. 10 @ 8:00 – 10:00 Self assess your e.Portfolio. Publish your final video to YouTube edtechmgmt@hu.edu Make sure to make it shareable… and public. These will be posted on our HU Facebook page. Watch your peers’ YouTube videos and provide feedback.
  • Rubric for Video: Content: Photos and videos were well chosen, in focus, and clearly answer, “What Heidelberg Means to me.” Digital Story Telling: Video had a clear beginning, middle, and end. Video is focused on a particular aspect of HU. Professionalism: the video is something the university would be proud to post on their Facebook page. Creativity: the story told is creative and unique. Production : completed on time, uploaded correctly, in the correct format.
  • Dec. CLASSWORK . th 10 Final Exam 8- 9:30 HOMEWORK