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APD Training Day 1

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  • United World College Singapore October 20-22, 2010 Consultant: Amanda DeCardy [email_address] [email_address] [email_address] [email_address] [email_address]
  • Day 1 Section 1: Setting the Stage - Building Capacity / Sustainability with our TTT Cadre Hopes/Wishes/Dreams/Fears- Zones of Comfort Identification The Elephant in the Room - Classroom Logistics and Management Discussion and Activities Photo Booth Introductions Section 2: Infusion through Digital Resources and Pedagogy Overview Creating a Shared Space for Collaboration Mac OSX and Accessibility - Seamless Integration of Technology into the Classroom Our Challenge Based Learning Project - A TTT Professional Development Plan Technology Integration Showcase Section 3: Expanding Your Understanding of iLife Media A Model Lesson - Reality TV Learning with Technology Across the Curriculum Section 4: End of the day wrap-up Putting it all together with the beginnings of a Professional Development Plan What does good professional development plan look like for your school? The TTT - Building Foundations for all stakeholders
  • Day 2 Day 2: Technology Integration Showcase Continues Section 1: The Power of Pages Talking Worksheets Across the Curriculum - Who owns them? Pages as a Journal and Formative Assessment Tool in Math and Science Pages Activity: Templates in Humanities Section 2: Keynote Building multimedia presentations that amaze and thrill - Presentation Zen Activity The Potential of the Inspector and Media Keynote Activity: Building a shared narrated keynote Section 3: Developing our Shared Space Building our wiki with our products A look at iWeb as a tool for eFolios Section 3: End of the day wrap-up Putting it all together with the continuation of your Professional Development Plan
  • Day 3 Day 3 Technology Integration Showcase Continues Section 1: Garageband Building podcasts from scratch Adding photos for enhanced podcasting Garageband Activity: Introduce a historical figure or geographical location Section 2: iPods in the Classroom Mobile learning device classroom examples across the curriculum Section 3: iMovie Building a Movie from content in your own media library (iTunes, iPhoto) Using other media (iTunes, iPhoto) Advanced iMovie Activity: Green screen Movies Section 3: End of the day wrap-up Putting it all together: Finalizing your Professional Development Plan
  • Outcomes
    • After this three day workshop you will....
    • 1. Be familiar with the following iLife tools
    • iPhoto
    • iTunes
    • iMovie
    • Garageband
    • 2. Be familiar with the following iWorks Tools
    • Pages
    • Numbers
    • Keynote
    • This familiarity will help your team will help you...
    • 3. Be able to build a draft of a professional development plan for your school with....
    • Specific skills for each tool
    • A draft plan of for training and implementation steps
  • Day 1 Section 1: Setting the Stage - Building Capacity / Sustainability with our TTT Cadre Hopes/Wishes/Dreams/Fears- Zones of Comfort Identification The Elephant in the Room - Classroom Logistics and Management Discussion and Activities Photo Booth Introductions Section 2: Infusion through Digital Resources and Pedagogy Overview Creating a Shared Space for Collaboration Mac OSX and Accessibility - Seamless Integration of Technology into the Classroom Our Challenge Based Learning Project - A TTT Professional Development Plan Technology Integration Showcase Section 3: Expanding Your Understanding of iLife Media A Model Lesson - Reality TV Learning with Technology Across the Curriculum Section 4: End of the day wrap-up Putting it all together with the beginnings of a Professional Development Plan What does good professional development plan look like for your school? The TTT - Building Foundations for all stakeholders
  • Zones of Comfort Day 1
  • Zones of Comfort The Comfort Zone is usually a place where we feel at ease, with no tension, have a good grip on the topic, like to hear from others about the topic, know how to navigate occasional rough spots with ease. It is also a place to retreat to from the Danger Zone.
  • Zones of Comfort The Risk Zone is the most fertile place for learning. It is where most people are willing to take some risks, not know everything, or sometimes not know anything at all, but clearly know they want to learn and will take the risks necessary to do so. * It is where people open up to other people with curiosity and interest, and where they will consider options or ideas they haven’t thought of before.
  • Zones of Comfort Danger Zone Generally it is not a good idea to work from either your own Danger Zone or anyone else’s. That area is so full of defenses, fears, red-lights, desire for escape, etc, that it requires too much energy and time to accomplish anything from that Zone. * The best way to work when you find yourself there is to own that it is a Danger Zone and work on some strategies to move into the Risk Zone (either on your own or with colleagues).
  • www.quickieq.com
  • www.quickieq.com /decardytorris
  • Classroom Management in the technology Rich Environment
  • Doing what’s best for students is like ___ because ... 1 3 1 4 2
  • Classroom management in a laptop classroom is_____ because..... 1 3 1 4 2
  • Sometimes I feel like I need ______ in a laptop classroom because..... 1 3 1 2 4
  • 20 Issues
  • Classroom Culture
    • Attention
    • Collaboration
    • Independence
    • Resourcefulness
  • MbWA Managing by Walking Around http://www.flickr.com/photos/22956107@N03/3755212930
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  • MbWA Managing by Walking Around
    • Eyes
    • typing fast
    • head position is down
    • Pick your battles
    MbWA Managing by Walking Around
    • Remain Consistent
    MbWA Managing by Walking Around
    • use of timers
    • music
    • bells
    • videos
    • visuals
    MbWA Managing by Walking Around
    • Expectations
    MbWA Managing by Walking Around
  • MbWA Managing by Walking Around
    • Classroom Landscape
  • MbWA
    • Classroom Landscape
    • moveable
    • visible
    • LCD
    • NO SECRETS
    • 45 degrees
    • AUP
    • Opportunities to collaborate
  • Technical Issues
    • File saving?
    • file name?
    • location/proxies
    • printing?
    • sharing?
    • Common digital workspace?
  • Break Time!
  • Day 1
    • Section 2: Infusion through Digital Resources and Pedagogy Overview
    • Evolution of Thought and Practice
    • Mac OSX and Accessibility - Seamless Integration of Technology into the Classroom
    • Creating a Shared Space for Collaboration
    • Our Challenge Based Learning Project - A TTT Professional Development Plan
    • When used appropriately, technology is invisible ....
    Lesson Design
    • Technology such as the laptop computer can play multiple roles and lead to innovative uses . ...
    Lesson Design
    • time frame for each activity. These times are approximate, and will vary for different grades, and even between students.
    Lesson Design
    • Each exemplary lesson includes references, many to resources...
    Lesson Design
  • Lesson Design
    • Each exemplary lesson includes references, many to resources...
    • When used appropriately, technology is invisible ....
    • Technology such as the laptop computer can play multiple roles and lead to innovative uses . ...
    • time frame for each activity. These times are approximate, and will vary for different grades, and even between students.
  • Day 1 Mac OSX and Accessibility - Seamless Integration of Technology into the Classroom
    • Screenshots
    • Expose/Hot Corners
    • Screensaver Function
    • Print to PDF
    • Force Quit
    • Editing Dashboard Widgets
    • Stickies
    Mac OSX and Accessibility - Seamless Integration of Technology into the Classroom
    • Software Updates
    • Trackpad and Mouse
    • iCal
    • Text to Speech
    • Spotlight
    • Calculator in Spotlight
    • Grapher
    Mac OSX and Accessibility - Seamless Integration of Technology into the Classroom
    • Preview
    • iChat
    • Photobooth
    • Quicktime Player
    • Zoom
    • Summarize in Safari
    Mac OSX and Accessibility - Seamless Integration of Technology into the Classroom
    • File Management
    • Compressing files
    • View Options
    • Get Info
    • Quick View
    • Preview
    • Mirroring with an LCD
    Mac OSX and Accessibility - Seamless Integration of Technology into the Classroom
    • Viewing Open Apps
    • Startup Items
    • Help - Shortcuts
    • Airport
    • Right click
    • Ejecting Disks/Servers
    • Backing up Files
    Mac OSX and Accessibility - Seamless Integration of Technology into the Classroom
  • Break Time!
  • The Three CATs!
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  • CAT 2
  • CAT 3
    • Changing the paradigm of teaching & learning
    Maximizing Technology’s Impact on Achievement Activity Teacher-centered and didactic Learner-centered and interactive Teacher role Fact teller and expert Collaborator and sometimes learner Student role Listener and learner Collaborator and sometimes expert Learning emphasis Facts and replication Relationships and inquiry Concept of knowledge Accumulation Teaching & Learning Attribute Demonstration of success Quantity Quality Assessment Norm-referenced and multiple guess Criterion-referenced and performance portfolios Technology use Seat work Communication, collaboration, information access, and expression 21st Century Learning Traditional Instruction Teaching & Learning Attribute
  • Evolution of Thought and Practice Entry
    • Non-users of technology
    • Minimal student technology use
    • Disconnected technology use
    • Traditional instruction
  • Evolution of Thought and Practice
    • Use technology for personal productivity
    • Some student use of technology
    • Traditional instruction
    Entry Adoption
  • Evolution of Thought and Practice
    • Use technology for instruction
    • Consistent student technology use
    • Continue to do what they’ve always done, but now with technology
    • Technology can be an add-on
    Adaptation Entry Entry Adoption
  • Evolution of Thought and Practice
    • What will this tool let us do?
    • Powerful student technology use
    • Changes in teaching begins
    • Changes in practice occur
    Adaptation Entry Entry Adoption Appropriation
  • Evolution of Thought and Practice
    • Non-traditional classroom
    • Powerful student technology use
    • Student-centered
    • Learner-directed
    • Constructivist
    • Project-based
    Adaptation Entry Entry Adoption Appropriation Innovation
  • Evolution of Thought and Practice “ The students are creating their own knowledge and using their creativity to research and explain information.” Adaptation Entry Entry Adoption Appropriation Innovation
  • Evolution of Thought and Practice
    • Consulting & Customization in 3 areas
      • 2
    APD Offerings
      • 1
      • 3
      • Digital Literacy
      • Skills training in the use of digital resources
      • Leadership Coaching in planning, assessment, and change management
      • Technology Infused Learning
      • Applying digital resources to curriculum to enhance teaching and learning
  • Apple Applications 3rd Party Applications Digital Literacy Skills training in the use of digital resources Tailored to meet your needs Mac OS X iLife iWork MS Office Voicecandy SAM Animation
  • Purpose of This Activity Model an activity that can be easily adapted for use with students, faculty and administrators Use technology peer editing and collaboration techniques Explore what we mean by 21st century skills Model an activity that can be easily adapted for use with students, faculty, and administrators. Use technology peer editing and collaboration techniques. Explore what we mean by 21st century skills. 
  • HGTV Design on a Dime Designer’s Challenge 24 Hour Design Spice Up My Kitchen Designed to Sell Mission Organization Curb Appeal American Idol TLC Top Chef What Not to Wear Take Home Chef Discovery Britain’s Got Talent Flip that House Trading Spaces Dirtiest Jobs MythBusters Science Channel X Factor National Geographic Channel Naked Science Curb Appeal Wife Swap Miami Ink Next Iron Chef Survivor Hell’s Kitchen Ace of Cakes Survivor
  • Step One
    • Divide into five groups (three per group).
    • Each group shouldselect a reality TV show to work with.
    • Look up the reality TV show on wikipedia and summarize the description.
    • Copy your reality TV show description into a Pages file.
  • Step Two—5 minutes
    • Identify the problem or problems in the reality TV show.
    • Brainstorm a list of ways that technology could help solve the problem.
    • Use Photo Booth to take a photo of your group.
    • Add your group photo to the document (drag and drop).
  • Step Three
    • Click the RED circle to close (not quit) the document.
    • Save your file to the desktop and close the file.
    • Rotate your group to a different computer.
    • Have a different person operate the computer.
    • Choose Pages > Preferences to change the author name to your group’s reality TV show name.
    • Go to File > Open Recent to open the the previous groups file.
    • Choose Edit > Track Changes.
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  • Step Four
    • Save to your desktop and close your file.
    • Rotate your group to a different computer.
    • Have a different person operate the computer.
    • Choose Pages > Preferences to change the author name to your group’s reality TV show name.
    • Go to File > Open Recent to open the the previous groups file.
    • Choose Edit > Track Changes to make sure it’s on.
  • Step Five
    • Rotate to another computer.
    • Open the file.
    • Change the author (choose Pages > Preferences).
    • Add your group’s image.
    • Create a set of solutions to the problems listed for the reality TV show on this computer.
    • Add a comment to another group’s ideas.
    • Close the file.
  • Step Six
    • Rotate to another computer.
    • Open the file.
    • Change the author (choose Pages > Preferences).
    • Add your group’s image.
    • Create a set of solutions to the problems listed for the reality TV show on this computer.
    • Add a comment to another group’s ideas.
    • Close the file.
  • Step Seven
    • Rotate to another computer.
    • Open the file.
    • Change the author (choose Pages > Preferences).
    • Add your group’s image.
    • Create a set of solutions to the problems listed for the reality TV show on this computer.
    • Add a comment to another group’s ideas.
    • Close the file.
  • Debrief
    • What is the value of this activity?
    • How can this activity be adapted for use with faculty and students?
    • What were the classroom management components to this activity?
    • Why was this activity successful?
  • Step Eight
    • Which of these skills did this activity use?
    • How could this activity be extended to address other skills?
    • What elements in the style of this activity encouraged the use of 21st century skills?
    • How can we use this activity and this document in our professional practice?
    • What elements in the style of this activity encouraged the use of 21st century skills?
    • How can we use this activity and this document in our professional practice?
    • Which of these skills did this activity use?
    • How could this activity be extended to address other skills?
     Digital-Age Literacies Inventive Thinking Effective Communication High Productivity
  • http://www.c21l.org Students Versus Learners
  • Break Time!
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  • How empowered are your teachers to inspire 21st century teaching and learning in your school? How empowered are your students? How empowered are your parents? teaching and learning in your school? How empowered are your students? How empowered are your parents?
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