Britannia Elementary Educational Technology Ideas (Nov2012)

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Britannia Elementary Educational Technology Ideas (Nov2012)

  1. 1. istockphoto.com # 2079663Technology for Learning
  2. 2. istockphoto.com #4066060 Student’s Use Cameras to Capture Learning Artifacts
  3. 3. istockphoto.com #13191903Student’s Use Cameras to Capture Learning Artifacts
  4. 4. http://www.greglimperis.com/Education is undergoing change…
  5. 5. Transforming ExploringPreparing Stages of Technology Adoption
  6. 6. We cant afford 1:1 istockphoto.com #2079663“no matter whether I wanted to pursue 1:1technology in our school or not, I am confronted withone big chunk of reality in our school of 1400students”Source: http://thelearningnation.blogspot.com/2011/12/we-cant-afford-11.html
  7. 7. But with shared access… Source: http://thelearningnation.blogspot.com/2011/12/we-cant-afford-11.html Critical Thinking Interdependence CollaborationExcitement Peer Teaching Sharing Istockphoto.com #17292157
  8. 8. Tablets for Learninghttp://www.flickr.com/photos/langwitches/6298812068/
  9. 9. istockphoto.com # 15033392 Google Sketchup Dream Rooms
  10. 10. Interactive White Boards… …visually Powerful Learning Devices
  11. 11. In reference to students with specialneeds: “Without technology my studentswould have one more hurdle in front ofthem in addition to the ones they alreadyhave.” Male student, grade 1: “Computers let you look at things and then you can learn how to do things that you didn’t know before.” istockphoto.com #317548 Assistive / Adaptive Software / Apps
  12. 12. istockphoto.com # 7269826Access is Key to Learning through Technology
  13. 13. Devices are small, powerful, and everywhere istockphoto.com # 3654579
  14. 14. istockphoto.com # 13034189istockphoto.com #10651120You or I maynot choose ahandheld forwriting, butkids will… Handheld Writing
  15. 15. Preparing (literacy)… is primarily lab based and time limited. are assigned to use specific tools for specific “computer” tasks. computer is just an (optional) tool.Exploring (adaptive)… is also in classrooms and is regular. tools, some chosen by students, are becoming integrated into curricular learning for research, planning, writing, presenting. are becoming necessary for learning.Transforming… is expected wherever, whenever. tools available and support student choices for how to learn and demonstrate learning. is through projects and inquiry and is designed to leverage numerous tools. not bounded to the classroom or school day.
  16. 16. Elementary Schools (K-7)Preparing Exploring Transforming BYOD
  17. 17. All Classrooms K-3 4-7(2) (10) (iPad) (10) (1) (2) *also work as (Tablet) document cameras --early 2013--(1) (iPod Touch) - Shared - (2) - Shared - Suggestion: could start with iPads ingrade 4-7 classes, shift them to K-3 once the new Tablets are available istockphoto.com # 10467139

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