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Technology itself is not a learning solution. Learning technologies can only truly impact the classroom as a tool to support instructional strategies. Attend this presentation to learn about ...

Technology itself is not a learning solution. Learning technologies can only truly impact the classroom as a tool to support instructional strategies. Attend this presentation to learn about considerations and techniques for increasing the positive results from learning technology integration.

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Best Practices for the Effective Use of Technology in the Classroom - PETE&C 2009 Best Practices for the Effective Use of Technology in the Classroom - PETE&C 2009 Presentation Transcript

  • Best Practices for the Effective Use of Technology in the Classroom PETE&C 2009 Tuesday, February 10 9:15-10:15 AM
    • Andy Petroski
    • Director of Learning Technologies
    • Assistant Professor of Learning Technologies
    • Harrisburg University
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  • What is your role?
    • Administrator
    • Curriculum Specialist
    • Technology Director
    • Classroom Teacher
    • Other
  • Where do you work?
    • School District
    • College/University
    • Intermediate Unit
    • Other
  • At what stage are you?
    • Want to begin using learning technologies in the classroom
    • Using learning technologies but don’t have a strategy for selection and instructional design
    • Using learning technologies and have a strategy for selection and instructional design
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    • Technology is the answer . . .
    . . . What was the question?
  • video, online courses , simulations, games , virtual environments , wikis , blogs, podcasts , student response systems , web conferencing , virtual characters , learning management systems , online communities of practice, rss feeds , virtual tradeshows , online assessment , course management systems , mobile learning . . .
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  • Students Technology Effective Teaching & Learning Strategies Improved Learning Outcomes 21 st Century Skills Educators
  • Analyze Design Develop Implement Evaluate
  • Analyze
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  • Design
  • Bloom’s Cognitive Taxonomy Creating Evaluating Analyzing Applying Understanding Remembering
  • Bloom’s Psychomotor Taxonomy Naturalization Articulation Develop Precision Manipulation Imitation
  • Bloom’s Affective Taxonomy Internalizing Organization Valuing Reaction Awareness
  • Learning Objective Assessment Instructional Strategy
  • Develop
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  • Implement
  • Evaluate
    • Technology is the answer . . .
    . . . What was the question?
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    • Act 48 Information
    • Session Number: EL14
    • Session Title: Best Practices for the Effective use of Technology
    • Act 48 Code: