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Research tells us that engaging in meaningful experiences helps learning “stick.” As educators, how do we provide technology rich, creative, collaborative, problem solving opportunities for our …

Research tells us that engaging in meaningful experiences helps learning “stick.” As educators, how do we provide technology rich, creative, collaborative, problem solving opportunities for our students? We are already experts in our content areas and we must add NETS to our ever-growing list of standards and teaching responsibilities. No worries, it is easier than you think! Let’s take a quick look at how the TPACK framework will help us understand our role as teachers in a growing world of technology. Then, learn how to use readily available tools and some of the Internet’s vast resources to create significant learning opportunities for your students.

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  • Poll: What is your role in education?Press F5 or use the tool bar to enter presentation mode in order to see the poll.

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  • Industry is telling us that they need problem solvers who KNOW how to use and produce with technology. Are we preparing them for the world of tomorrow?
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  • Given the global nature of economy and industry, educators must teach our children to think and creatively solve problems with the intention that youth are prepared for innovation and the advancement of society.  Necessity dictates that we cultivate the development of creative, skilled, life long learners.Whether physical or online, students who actively engage with content take responsibility for their own learning.Teachers who are well versed in technology, pedagogy and content no longer ask themselves “How do I use this technology?”  Research recommends that teachers ask, "Why do I want to use this technology?“Preparing students for jobs that currently do not exist. They must work in a global economy. The framework for 21st century learning, America says that WE are falling short. Our students need to become problem solvers – to date we have been falling short….
  • You do not have to be an expert
  • Problem solveGenerate new information
  • Wiki - collaborative web pages created by multiple users. Users can write and edit information and the content can be continuously changing. Wikis can include video, audio, & text.Blogs - write, react and share in a multi-media format. Social Networks - online communities of individuals with common interests. Find & share resources!
  • Google Earth Tours – teachers & students can create a tour, map out a route, calculate distances, look at topography, space, moon, etcHow do you find and share tours?Mapwing – use digital photos, scanned images, and/or create a digital drawing of a room, building. Use cardnial points, Add additional photos to create a 365 degree view from one room. Add text descriptions, Nike+ App -
  • Voice Thread – free educational accounts. Create group conversations with images, audio or text comments and live drawing tools.Prezi – presentation tool, create non-linear presentations, zooming in and out around one slide.Animoto- create videos from pictures, video clips and music.
  • WordleGenerates word clouds by giving prominence to words that appear more frequently.Student use:Brainstorming meaning of vocabulary wordsAnalyzing Speeches, Articles and BooksDisplaying poll resultsComparing & Contrasting of TopicsAnalyzing / Describing CharactersVoki- create a character or avatar, add a background, add text and watch them speak. Embed to blogs, web pages & wikis. Educational ideas include – foreign language dictionary, historical speaches, tutorial introductions…Social bookmarking – access and share your favorite internet resources from any Internet connection
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    • 1. Teaching Today
    • 2. When we were in school...
    • 3.  by:  Scott McLeod, J.D., Ph.D.
    • 4. Introductions
      Tiffany Kelley
       &
      Angela Christopher
      Tipton County Schools
      e4TN
       
       
    • 5. 40 minute agenda
       
      • Poll the audience
      • 6. What is the current situation?
      • 7. TPACK
      • 8. Web 2.0 = Free & easy tools for learning!
      • 9. Tool marathon
    • Poll: What is your role in education?
      Don’t forget: You can copy-paste this slide into other presentations, and move or resize the poll.
    • 10. Poll: What do you know?
      Don’t forget: You can copy-paste this slide into other presentations, and move or resize the poll.
    • 11. Poll: What do you want to know?
      Don’t forget: You can copy-paste this slide into other presentations, and move or resize the poll.
    • 12. Information technology and business are becoming inextricably interwoven. I don't think anybody can talk meaningfully about one without the talking about the other.
      - Bill Gates
    • 13. LEARNING- make it "stick" 
       
      • teach them HOW to learn
       
      • ENGAGE them, let them engage
       
      • make it MEANINGFUL
       
      • let them be PRODUCTIVE
    • How do we prepare them?
       
       We have....
       
       Content standards
       
       Standardized Tests
       
       and.... 
       
      Technology standards 
       
       
       
      We need…
      Problem solving
      Collaborating
      Knowledge seeking
    • 14. Is it just us,
      or has teaching become increasingly complicated?
    • 15. Is there an APP for that?
    • 16. TPACK
      Total PACKage
       
      Content
      = what we teach
      Pedagogy
      = how we teach
      Technology
      = how to use technology to achieve goals
       
       
    • 17. Vision of a K-12 Student
      Do your students learn in a relevant, real world, 21st century environment?
      We are preparing our children for jobs that do not exist today.
      Students are digital creators & explorers outside of school but
      POWER DOWN when they come to school.
    • 18. Many tools…
    • 19. We NEED Life-Long Learners
      Where do we start?
    • 20. small
      You do not have to be an expert.
      YOUR students become the experts!
    • 21. WEB 2.0
      Start with a few tools
      It isn’t about teaching
      It is about learning to
      Collaborate
      Experiment
      Create
      LEARN
    • 22. Shared knowledge
      Wikis- Coast to Coast
      Blogs –Mrs. Cassidy’s Classroom Blog
      Social Networks- ArtEd 2.0
    • 23. Maps
      Google Earth – Memphis
      Mapwing – Coral Reefs
      Nike+ - Physical Education
    • 24. Digital Stories
      VoiceThread – Math Strategies
      Prezi – Landslides
      Animoto – Stockmarket
    • 25. Other Tools
      Wordle
      Voki
      Google Docs
      Diigo and Delicious
    • 26. Thank you!
      Find these links & more at
      Aesthetech.weebly.com