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Presentation for the Instructional Technology Leadership Cohort - Washington County Public Schools - Hagerstown, MD

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    • Instructional Technology Leadership Cohort Washington County Public Schools June 21, 2011
      IWBs…
      Not
      Your
      Mother’s
      Chalkboard
      http://www.flickr.com/photos/velvettangerine/3922005142/
      Joquetta “The Digital Diva” Johnson
      Library Media Specialist
      Pikesville High School
      Baltimore, Maryland
    • http://www.slideshare.net/betchaboy/new-things-in-new-ways
    • Betcher, Chris, and Mal Lee. The Interactive Whiteboard Revolution: Teaching with IWBs. Camberwell, Vic.: ACER, 2009
    • It’s
      Not
      About
      The Hardware
    • http://www.slideshare.net/betchaboy/new-things-in-new-ways
    • 21st Century
      Teaching & Learning
      Engagement
      & Interactivity
      Make Abstract Concepts
      Easier To Grasp
      Encourage Deeper
      &
      Robust Discussions
      Provoke Thoughtful
      Ideas
      Student Thinking
    • Good teachers understand that while IWBs may be helpful and interesting,
      at the heart of all is good-quality teaching, built around a
      student-centered,
      constructivist model of learning.
      The Interactive Whiteboard Revolution: Teaching with IWBs.
    • Teachers who understand [IBWs] tap into the potential of this new technology by developing engaging and interesting
      interactive lessons that capture the attention and imagination of students in a pedagogically sound and creative manner
      The Interactive Whiteboard Revolution: Teaching with IWBs.
      p8
    • IWBs…The Digital Hub
      Rich Media
      Digital Resources
      Engaging Communication
      Technologies
      http://mrg.bz/Itl8kY
    • Working on a whiteboard is
      like conducting a symphony.
      You're bringing in
      drag-and-drop
      collaborative writing and problem solving activities,
      then cueing up a film clip or
      bringing in the
      Internet to do research.
      There are many
      seemingly disparate
      functions and features,
      that when used together,
      create a holistic lesson.
      http://www2.scholastic.com/browse/article.jsp?id=10621
      http://www.soulful-song.org/
    • We unplug our students, believing that laptops, iPods, cell phones, and even whiteboards have
      no real place in
      teaching the three Rs. 
      As a result, students fail to see the relevance of their education as they judge the delivery
      and not the content. 
      http://connected.waldenu.edu/index.php/blogs/35-policy-matters/536-interactive-whiteboards-uneven-learning.html
    • The Eight Key Principles
      for Effective IWB Teaching
      http://mrg.bz/JOnX3b
      Betcher, Chris, and Mal Lee. The Interactive Whiteboard Revolution: Teaching with IWBs. Camberwell, Vic.: ACER, 2009
    • 1. Be Proficient
      http://mrg.bz/2ykJKb
    • Get to know your software
      PLAY
      Explore the menus
      Click on the toolbar icons
      Take a class
      Chat with other teachers
      Listen to IWB podcasts
      Join IWB Nings & Forums
      Read IWB Blogs
      Follow IWB users & organizations
      on Twitter & Facebook
    • 2. Be Organized
      http://www.flickr.com/photos/missnexus/435200732/
    • Place board in central location
      for viewing & access
      On-demand access to peripherals devices: printers, document cameras, slates, microscopes, student response systems, etc…
    • 3. Be Interactive
      http://www.flickr.com/photos/sblackley/3473638026/
    • Develop lessons and activities
      that afford learners
      opportunities to interact…
      physically and/or mentally
    • 4. Flexible
      Flickr Photo By Lisa Picard
    • Allow time for learners to
      learn and explore ideas
      What they need to learn may not
      exactly match what you
      have planned to teach
      Flexibility & willingness to take the
      occasional detour from the lesson
    • 5. Be Constructive
      http://www.flickr.com/photos/19374628@N06/2722776348/in/photostream/
    • Create lessons that allow
      the students to learn by
      playing and manipulating ideas
      Step away from the board &
      let the students take over
    • 6. Be Open-Minded
      http://www.flickr.com/photos/gayparadechile/5182864804/
    • Be creative
      Be innovative
      Be open to new ideas
      Think and Teach outside of the box
    • 7. Be Willing To Share
      Flickr Photo By Medmoiselle TTania Liu
    • Re-use and share
      lesson materials
      Collaborate
      locally,
      nationally,
      and
      globally
    • 8. Be Prepared to Plan
      http://www.flickr.com/photos/paulworthington/82648702/
    • Proper Planning Prevents
      A Poor Performance
      Have a back-up plan
      Have a back-up for the back-up
    • No matter what tool we are discussing, the tools can only do so much. The teachers need time to explore how best to use it. It is only in that way that teaching pedagogy can be improved.
      http://www.speedofcreativity.org/2008/08/01/smart-technologies-whiteboard-software-new-requires-product-keys-for-installation/
    • Collaborative Lesson
      With Social Studies Teacher
    • Evaluating Resources:
      Collaborative Lesson with English Teachers
    • Lesson for 9th grade Science Class
    • IWB Pathfinders
      http://weblist.me/iwb-resources-0
      http://www.diigo.com/list/accordin2jo/iwb
      Mastering ActivInspire: All-in-One Reference Guide, 2nd Edition
    • We shouldn't expect
      "out of the box"
      thinking
      when we
      only employ
      "in the box" teaching.
      Tom Whitby, Adjunct Professor of Education at St Joseph’s College in New York.
    • My Contact Info
      Joquetta “The Digital Diva" Johnson
      Library Media Specialist
      Pikesville High School
      Baltimore County Public Schools
      Baltimore, Maryland
      410-887-1231
      jjohnson@bcps.org
      joquetta.johnson@gmail.com
      My Digital Footprint
      www.joquettajohnson.com
      www.twitter.com/accordin2jo
      http://www.youtube.com/user/accordin2jo
      http://www.diigo.com/list/accordin2jo
      http://www.slideshare.net/accordin2jo
      www.milfordmillacademylibrary.pbworks.com
      Skype: accordin2jo