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  • 1. Pedagogy and Technology  Collide! By Karin Blackwood and  Brenda Collins Pedagogy Technology
  • 2. Constructivism
      • Students use online resources for research.
      • Online research of primary sources.
      • Project/Problem based learning.
      • Use of real world technology skills.
      • Online manipulatives and tools.
      • Perform experiments with new technologies.
      • Students use technology to present their learning in a variety of ways.
      • Online portfolios to show growth and change
      • Utilize online formats for sharing information and collaboration such as:  Facebook, blogs, Twitter, Wikis, etc.
      • Online collaboration with peer, mentors and experts .
      • Students choose of how to present their learning with a wide range of technology media format. 
      • Ongoing summative assessments.
      • Summative assessments and projects.
  • 3.  
  • 4. Behaviorism  
      • Use of tutorials for practice in math and language classes to give students immediate feedback & they can then try to solve the problems again.
      • Use of spreadsheets with student assessment data gives students feedback and they can then change their behavior
      • Make podcasts or videos of skits, singing, or dancing and upload to youtube and express yourself your way.
      • Use of "clickers" where students can answer in on their own clicker and see the results on the class graphs.
      • Use of Promethian/Smart Boards where students can use dual-user pens to interact on problems and do vocabulary matching games.
  • 5.  
  • 6. Cognitivism  
      • Interactive assignments using google docs to share presentations and writing assignments for students to be editors as well as managers of the documents.  Classmates & teacher can both fully interact via the share system on google docs.
      • Reward the learning process, rather than the final end product of the presentation/powerpoint
      • Use of wiki for students to put their work for quick response by the teacher.  The wiki can also work as a place for the students to reflect on their learning.
      • Students can also develop their own wiki and then share it with their classmates.
      • Use of Promethian/Smart Boards to allow students to interact with the lesson
  • 7.     C O G N I T I V I S M
  • 8. Pragmatism
    •   Students and teachers using technology for a wide variety of purposes
      • email
      • online surveys
      • spreadsheets
      • photographs
      • virtual field trips
      • computer aided design
      • comparison shopping
      • podcasts
      • communication around the globe
      • presentations
      • texting
      •   virtual construction
      • access to experts and professionals
      • video presentations
      • online assignments and tests
      • use of calculators
      • online searches
      • building websites
      • up to date information
      • online textbooks
      • primary sources 
  • 9.  
  • 10. Multiple Intellegences Linguistic Word processing, power point, word games, podcasts, blogs, social networking, email, chat, online publishing Logical- mathematical Spread sheets, graphic organizers, calculators, probes, surveys, charts, diagrams, blueprints, logic games, databases. Visual/Spacial Power point, video, photo editing, animation, charting, graphing, drawing, mapping, exploring internet, organization Bodily-kinesthetic Games, video production, pedometers, cameras, hand held devices, audio recorders, GPS systems, laptops,  Musical music  and audio production, podcasts, power point with integration of media, reading programs Interpersonal social networking, video, group collaboration on projects, Skype, blogs, group problem solving games, photo scavenger hunts, email, chats, web journals, mentoring others Intrapersonal Power point, online tutorials, web design, portfolios, online games, instructional games, word processing Naturalistic Internet research, data collection, mapping software, GPS, digital cameras and video recorders, PDAs Existential Internet research, presentations, video casts, podcasts, artistic presentations, multimedia presentations
  • 11.  
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  • 12. 1. Google.com 2. YouTube.com 3. Brenda & Karin's awesomeness 4. Steve's Powerpoint
  • 13. The End!
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