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  • The Three E’s Efficiency, Effectiveness, and Enhancement Week 4
  • So far in the class…
    • Technology is changing the world (shift), kids (digital natives), and has the potential to change education.
    • Learning and professional development (keeping up with new shift) is an essential part of your profession.
  • Today…
    • 3. How and when should we use all this new shift? How do we make the best use of technology as teachers?
  • Overview
    • From the readings…
      • Issues and problems
    • Three e’s ( Overview & examples )
      • Efficiency
      • Effectiveness
      • Enhancement
    • Technology’s sake
    • From the readings
      • Technology integration strategies
    • Practice: identify the e
  • Lecture Worksheet
    • Individual (#1)
      • From your chapter, identify and describe the issue or problem in your field that concerns you most
    • Group (#2)
      • From your chapter, what was the issue or problem that concerned your group most and why?
  • Efficiency
    • Overview
      • Using technology to speed up the learning process
      • Using technology to quickly make educational materials
      • Enables more learning by eliminating laborious processes
      • Example:
        • Students’ writing drafts
        • Quickly edit
        • Re-writing after feedback
  • Efficiency Examples
    • Laborious
      • Calculators, graphing calculators (math)
      • Co-Writer (elementary, special education)
    • Organize
      • Inspiration/Kidspiration (all)
      • Google Notebook (all)
      • Del.icio.us (all)
  • Effectiveness
    • Overview
      • Using technology improves student comprehension
      • Using technology improves student transfer
      • Using technology improves student achievement
      • Enables better comprehension due to visualization, increased authenticity or additional practice
    • Example
      • Reinforcement of learned concepts
  • Effectiveness Examples
    • Simulations
      • Stock market simulation (social studies)
      • Virtual manipulations (math)
    • Virtual teacher
      • LeapPad (early education)
      • Podcasts (foreign language)
  • Enhancement
    • Overview
      • Using technology increases student motivation and engagement
      • Using technology makes the impossible (or difficult) possible
      • Creates exceptional learning experiences
    • Example
      • Connecting with others around the world
  • Enhancement Examples
    • Experiences
      • Schizophrenia
      • Virtual field trip ( Louvre )
    • Feedback from experts
      • English composition
      • Music composition
    • Impacting the world
      • Save Darfur
        • Video
        • Website
  • For Technology’s Sake!
    • When is technology in education not beneficial?
      • Cool factor
      • Takes more time
      • Technical problems
      • Example
        • Suitcase PPT
  • Lecture Worksheet
    • Group (#3)
      • From your chapter, what technology integration strategy seems most useful?
    • Group (#4)
      • From question #3, does this strategy increase the efficiency, effectiveness, or enhance learning?
    • Share with the lecture
  • Wrap up – put it all together
    • 1 st lecture – What’s all the fuss about technology? What’s the big deal?
    • 2 nd lecture – How will you keep up and why should you bother?
    • 3 rd lecture – What can technology help you do in the classroom? When should you use it?
  • IDENTIFY THE E
  • Lecture Worksheet #5
    • Foreign/ESL
      • Listen to the teacher speak
      • Listen to pre-recorded tapes, CDs (Rosetta Stone)
      • Podcasts
  • Lecture Worksheet #6
    • Science
      • How does a caterpillar turn into a butterfly?
      • Life cycle drawings
      • Butterfly journals (observations)
    • Caterpillar
      • Time lapse photography
  • Lecture Worksheet #7
    • Using games to review
      • Jeopardy
      • Other games
        • Who wants to be a millionaire?
        • Are you smarter than a 5 th grader?
  • Lecture Worksheet #8
    • Writing a story
      • Raise awareness about and mobilize involvement in specific social issues
      • Tell your own story
        • Kevin’s story
        • Court system
  • Your Lab Assignment
    • Writing your own story
      • Write a short story (less than one page) about why you want to be a teacher.
      • Bring six-ten of pictures that represent why you want to be a teacher.
      • You will be using these pictures and story to create your own digital story.
      • Examples
        • Apple Distinguished Educator