• Share
  • Email
  • Embed
  • Like
  • Save
  • Private Content
Tech di strategies mc guffey
 

Tech di strategies mc guffey

on

  • 1,088 views

 

Statistics

Views

Total Views
1,088
Views on SlideShare
1,045
Embed Views
43

Actions

Likes
0
Downloads
2
Comments
0

1 Embed 43

http://cffresources.wikispaces.com 43

Accessibility

Categories

Upload Details

Uploaded via as Microsoft PowerPoint

Usage Rights

© All Rights Reserved

Report content

Flagged as inappropriate Flag as inappropriate
Flag as inappropriate

Select your reason for flagging this presentation as inappropriate.

Cancel
  • Full Name Full Name Comment goes here.
    Are you sure you want to
    Your message goes here
    Processing…
Post Comment
Edit your comment

    Tech di strategies mc guffey Tech di strategies mc guffey Presentation Transcript

    • to Engage Learners and Differentiate Instruction
      Andrew Halter
      Instructional Technology Coach
      Hampton Twp School District
      Tech Based Strategies
    • How do you relate?
      I am the tech leery monk
      I am the tech savvy monk
      I am somewhere in between
    • Student Needs—The BIG picture:
      We are "moving from the Information Age to the Conceptual Age."
      Schools must prepare students for a different workplace--one that values innovation, imagination, creativity, communication, and emotional intelligence.
      ~ Daniel Pink, A Whole New Mind 2005
    • Today’s students demand…
      "Engage me or enrage me."
      ~Mark Prensky
      Student Needs—The Reality
    • i.e. the “digital natives” are restless (or resting)!
    • Bag
      O’
      Tricks
    • Technology Engages
      Content--by giving teachers and students instant, anywhere anytime access to information in practically infinite and ever growing forms.
      Process--by providing tools to vary instructional practice , engage learners, and provide opportunities for collaboration and authentic audience.
      Product --by providing tools to CREATE dynamic, authentic products t0 show understanding and explorerelevance.
    • www.cffresources.wikispaces.com
      Click on the
      Differentiation with Tech
      link
      on the left
    • Click on the Wallwisher Activity link
      Click anywhere on the “wall” and share a successful experience you have had with students and technology.
      “I have used ____________ to ________________.”
      Your Turn…
    • Formative Assessment(assessment FOR learning)
      Learning style and MI surveys
      Survey and quiz creators
      Response devices
      Chatrooms/discussion boards
      Other Web 2.0 applications
    • Click on the Tech Check Survey link on the wiki and check all boxes that apply.
      Your Turn (again)
    • Rate your tech savvy
      1-beginner
      4-expert
      2
      3
      Is this in English?
      I recognize/have used a few of these
      I’ve used many of these tools
      I could be running this session
    • Tech Tools for Formative Assessment
      Responders (Turning Point, Active Votes, Active Expressions)
      Survey and quiz creation tools (Google Docs, Survey Monkey)
      Chatrooms and discussion boards (Chatzy, Primary Pad, Wallwisher)
    • Classroom Websites
      Discussion Platform
      Individual Web Portfolio
      Flexible Grouping
      Webquests
      Project Based Learning
      Ways to Wiki
    • http://hmsdvanmaele.wikispaces.com/
      http://hmsvalentine.wikispaces.com/
      http://rakersmath.wikispaces.com/
      http://foleybio.wikispaces.com/
      http://rossienglish.wikispaces.com/
      http://mrsboltonenglish.wikispaces.com/
      Wikis as a Classroom Website and Resource
    • http://explorersreadingclass.wikispaces.com/
      http://isearchenglish10-6.wikispaces.com/
      http://ruggerienglish09-10.wikispaces.com
      http://thomsonenglish.wikispaces.com/
      http://emmettenglish.wikispaces.com/
      http://aesstudyskills.wikispaces.com/
      Individual and Class Portfolios
    • http://wsp1.wikispaces.com/
      http://evolutionintheclassroom09.wikispaces.com/
      http://mrceccarelli.wikispaces.com/
      Wikis for Collaboration
    • http://grammarstuff.wikispaces.com/
      http://hmslagnese.wikispaces.com/
      http://mrceccarelli.wikispaces.com/Modern+Materials+Application+Assignment
      Project Based Assessment
    • http://webler.wikispaces.com/Heart+of+Darkness
      http://millersmathclass8.wikispaces.com/
      Wiki-based Webquests
    • Independent Reading Reflections
      Reader Response Journal
      Relevance and Connections
      Creative Voice Blogs
      KWL logs
      Blogs
    • http://bonaparte01.edublogs.org/
      http://mrsthomsonenglish11.edublogs.org/
      http://emmett1.edublogs.org/
      Blog Examples
    • Animoto
      http://ruggerienglish09-10.wikispaces.com/ANIMOTO_4
      http://mrsdolan.wikispaces.com/Brandon+C
      Photo Story
      http://kennelly2.wikispaces.com/
      http://mrsdietz.wikispaces.com/
      Movie Maker
      http://rakersmath.wikispaces.com/Vodcast
      Video Project Tools
    • http://ruggerienglish09-10.wikispaces.com/Period+4+Podcast+Page
      http://thomsonenglish.wikispaces.com/
      Cultural Geography Example
      Podcasting
    • More Teacher Tools
      Jing—record screencasts of lessons
      http://www.teachertube.com/videoList.php?pg=uservideolist&user_id=51807
      Google Docs—comment on student writing, share web-based power point type presentations
      Primarypad-Create a collaborative document in real time
      Chatzy-set up an instant chatroom
      Cover it Live—Chatroom hosting that can be embedded on a wiki and closely moderated
      Wallwisher-A visually engaging collaborative bulletin board
      Scriblink—Online, collaborative whiteboards
    • Geogebra—Create and manipulate geometric objects
      Google Sketch Up—Create 3-D Drawings and objects
      Google Earth-Take students on a virtual field trip anywhere in the worldor have them create their own.
      Delicious and Diigo-Social bookmarking tools that allow you to tag, organize and share web resources. Browse my resources at: http://delicious.com/AHalter
      Open Culture—one of the most comprehensive educational media sites on the web.
      More Teacher Tools
    • More Tools
      Photostory--create narrated slideshows
      Animoto--create engaging videos
      Audacity--create podcasts
      WixandWeebly--create flash-based websites
      Gliffy/Webspiration--create collaborative concept maps and graphic organizers
      Inspiration/kidspiration--Multimedia graphic organizer software
      Openzine—Create and publish online magazines and newsletters
    • Jog the Web-Create an annotated tour of websites
      http://www.jogtheweb.com/run/z1O1GPxm4bCR/Web-2.0-Tools-for-Kids
      Quizlet–create flashcards an online quizzes
      Survey Monkey-Create quizzes, surveys and collect and analyze data
      Toon Doo—Create comics and graphic novels
      Timeglider/Dipity/Xtimeline—create a web hosted multimedia timeline.
      Glogster—Create digital posters
      More Tools
    • Find one tool and run with it
      YOU don’t have to be the expert
      Share student work
      Monitor and adjust
      Share the wealth with colleagues
      Tips For Trying
    • Use Google Docs or Survey Monkey to design a student interest or learning style survey
      Begin a class resource wiki--start simple and expand throughout the year
      Plan a lesson that offers a technology based assessment option (Animoto, Photostory, Glogster, Toon Doo, Wix, etc.)
      Some Suggestions…