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Week 14 - Final Lecture - Classroom Management

Week 14 - Final Lecture - Classroom Management

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  • Check out InTIME. There are tons of videos that will work. http://www.stemnet.nf.ca/~jscaplen/integration/english/prep2.html visit the companion website ae www.ablongman.com/bitter7e What are some considerations behind the choice to group computers together into labs versus putting them into individual classrooms? How can collaboration with colleagues lead to more student opportunities to use technology? How might the physical conditions of a classroom and educational philosophy of a teacher affect how computers are placed? How can teachers make the most of the computers that are available? How can teachers utilize parents, senior citizens, and students to help with technology integration? What is the role of the media lab in schools? What is the purpose of One-to-One computing? What are key issues when undertaking a One-to-One computer initiative? What are the pros and cons of a computer laboratory? What are the pros and cons of one computer to a classroom?
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    • 1. CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT Week 14
    • 2. Unit 3 Timeline
      • Assessment
      • Administration
      • Addressing issues in the digital classroom
        • Session 1 – podcast
        • Session 2 – face-to-face
      • Classroom management
      • Unit 3 Test AND Final exam (125 points)
        • Take home
        • Turn in through OnCourse AND Turnitin.com
    • 3. Overview
      • Stationary technological learning environments
        • Classroom
        • Mini-lab/stations
        • Computer lab
      • Other technological learning environments
        • One-to-one
        • COWs
        • Mobile learning
      • Distance learning
    • 4. Lecture Worksheet #1
      • What stationary computer set up would you prefer? Why?
      • What are the benefits and limitations to this set up?
    • 5. Stationary Technological Learning Environments
      • The classroom computer
      • Mini-labs / stations
      • Computer labs
    • 6. The Classroom Computer
      • Ideas
        • Teacher tool
        • Teacher presentation tool
        • Individual input tool for class project
        • Learning center / station
        • Cooperative learning tool
        • Individual practice or assessment
    • 7. The Classroom Computer
      • Strategies
        • Placement
        • Timer
        • Clothespin names
        • Assistance
    • 8. Lecture Worksheet #2
      • You have access to an excellent drill-and-practice math software program and one computer in your classroom.
      • You have 16 students.
      • How can you manage individual time for each student with the program?
    • 9. Mini-labs/Stations
      • Overview
        • Typically 3-6 computers
        • Varied computers
        • Same activity/ different activity
        • In classroom / in hallway
        • Multiple classrooms / sign-up
      • Strategies
        • Directions (print out)
        • Templates
        • Headphones
        • Driving responsibilities
    • 10. Computer Lab
      • On-task
        • Walk arounds
        • Computer management software
        • Assignment checks / guiding questions
        • Access to certain programs or websites
      • Management strategies
        • Help signals (cards, cups, blocks)
        • Attention signals (lights)
        • Volunteers (parents, advanced students)
        • Expectations for computer use
        • Directions ahead of time
    • 11. Example of Computer Lab Management Help Strategies
    • 12. Lecture Worksheet #3
      • As you walk around the computer lab, you notice many of your students are on social networking sites such as Facebook.
      • You notice that this leads to decreased productivity and students constantly asking you to repeat directions.
      • What are some classroom management strategies you can use to deter students from getting off-task?
    • 13. Classroom Management Software
    • 14. Classroom Management Software Options
    • 15. Generation YES!
    • 16. Other Technological Learning Environments
      • Examples
        • One-to-one
        • COWs: Computers on wheels
        • Mobile learning
    • 17. One-to-One
    • 18. COWs (Computers on wheels)
    • 19. Mobile Learning
    • 20.
      • Work together with your content area groups to answer this question together…
      • Take 5 minutes. We will share your answers with the rest of the lecture.
      • What activities would this set-up best facilitate?
      • What are the limitations you might encounter with this set-up?
      • What classroom management strategies could you use to better manage this set-up?
      Lecture Worksheet #4
    • 21. Library
    • 22. Classroom
    • 23. Computer Lab
    • 24. One-to-One Netbooks and Interactive Whiteboard
    • 25. Mini-lab / Station
    • 26. One Teacher Computer Classroom
    • 27. Distance Learning
    • 28. Tips
      • Always run through a technology lesson ahead of time -- and always have a back-up plan
      • Type directions for frequently used computer operations, laminate them, and connect them with a circle ring. Keep a set next to each computer.
      • Have students turn off their monitors when you're giving directions.
      • Appoint classroom technology managers (attendance, technical, end-of-class).
      • Have older students set up the process for the next class in the computer lab.
      • When working on lengthy technology projects, print out step-by-step instructions. Include some that say "Save your work; do not go any further until you help your neighbors reach this point."
      • Make it a class rule that students can help one another but cannot ever touch another student's computer.
      • Keep a red plastic cup at each computer. When students need help, have them place the highly visible cups on top of their monitors.
    • 29. Remainder of Semester Overview
      • Unit 3
        • Assessment
        • Administration
        • Addressing issues in the digital classroom
        • Classroom management
      • Unit 3 Test AND Final exam (125 points)
        • Take home
        • Turn in through OnCourse AND Turnitin.com
        • Final exam website / final exam podcast

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