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The NETS*S Assessment Benchmarks for Grades 2 and 5 are used as guides to ensure that all the NETS*S (PK-5) are being covered in the elementary curriculum. Each teacher-created lesson presented......

The NETS*S Assessment Benchmarks for Grades 2 and 5 are used as guides to ensure that all the NETS*S (PK-5) are being covered in the elementary curriculum. Each teacher-created lesson presented shows how the technology standards are covered through critical thinking, interactive cross-curricular activities. These lessons provide the students with the skills needed to perform successfully on the suggested NETS*S assessments.

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  • 1. Thinking That Clicks! Developing Habits of Mind with Technology Presented by Catherine Douthard 5 th Grade Teacher Instructional Technology Specialist Cleveland Elementary School Fayette County Schools [email_address] Teacher-Created Lessons
  • 2. What are the 16 habits of mind?
    • Persisting
    • Managing impulsivity
    • Listening with understanding and empathy
    • Thinking flexibly
    • Thinking about thinking (metacognition)
  • 3.
    • Striving for accuracy
    • Questioning and posing problems
    • Applying past knowledge to new situations
    • Thinking /communicating with clarity and precision
    What are the 16 habits of mind?
  • 4.
    • Gathering data through all the senses
    • Creating, imagining, innovating
    • Responding with wonderment and awe
    • Taking responsible risks
    What are the 16 habits of mind?
  • 5.
    • Finding humor
    • Thinking independently
    • Remaining open to continuous thinking
    What are the 16 habits of mind? From the book, “Activating and Engaging Habits of Mind” by Arthur L. Costa and Bena Kallick (ASCD, 2000).
  • 6.
    • “ Students must work in a rich, responsive environment if they are going to make the habits of mind their own.”
    • (Costa and Kallick, 2000)
  • 7. Creating “Thoughtful” Lessons with “Backward Design”
  • 8. National Educational Technology Standards for Students (Revised)
    • Students demonstrate creative thinking, construct knowledge, and develop innovative products using technology.
    • Students:
    • Apply existing knowledge to generate new ideas and products.
    • Create original works as a means of self expression
    • C. Use models and simulations to explore complex systems and issues
    • D. Identify trends and forecast possibilities
    Creativity and Innovation
  • 9. National Educational Technology Standards for Students
    • Assessment Benchmarks:
    • Primary (K-2)
    • “Everyone is Important”:
    • Grade 2 Benchmark Assessment
    • Intermediate (3-5)
    • “You Were There”:
    • Grade 5 Benchmark Assessment
    Source: NETS*S Resources for Student Assesment (ISTE, 2006)
  • 10. How can you put it all together?
    • Re-tool the lessons you have already created to be more “thoughtful”
    • Use lessons from free or inexpensive sources
    • Take a simple software program and make it more engaging
    • Use the technology hardware/software already located in your school
  • 11. 1. Use Computer Aided Instruction
    • Examples:
    • Student Response Systems (SRS)
    • Interactive Whiteboards/Tablets
    • Mouse Mischief : Free software by Microsoft
    • Ipads
  • 12. 2. Keep it Simple!
    • Lesson Examples:
    • Mouseaerobics –Skills
    • Beginning lesson in computer lab for Kindergarten.
  • 13.  
  • 14. Lesson Example:
    • Animal and Plant Research
  • 15.  
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  • 17. Lesson Example:
    • Author Study – Dr. Seuss
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  • 21. Lesson Example: Weekly Workstations
  • 22.  
  • 23. Lesson Example:
    • Google Earth – Landforms Tour
    • Interactive tour of basic landforms in Google Earth with recording sheet.
  • 24.  
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  • 26. Lesson Example:
    • 2D & 3D Shapes Google SketchUp
    • Introduction into basic geometry with accompanying activities and worksheet.
  • 27.  
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  • 29. Can You Tell??
  • 30. Can You Tell??
  • 31. Which sketch was made by the 5 th Grader? A. B.
  • 32. Lesson Example:
    • Weather Map Introduction
    • Interactive Weather Map Template used by 4 th grade students using Microsoft PowerPoint to present Weather Reports.
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  • 35. 3. Use Communication Tools
    • Examples:
    • Edmodo
    • Skype
    • Gmail Voice and Chat
    • Gaggle.net
    • Epals Classroom Exchange
    • Today’s Meet
  • 36. Lesson Example: Edmodo
  • 37.  
  • 38. Lesson Example: Skyping in Science with Mrs. LaCrosse’s Class in Ohio Skype Beginnings on Vimeo by Leah LaCrosse Watch this video on Vimeo. Video created by Leah LaCrosse .
  • 39. 4. Use Multimedia Projects
    • Examples:
    • GlogsterEDU
    • Prezi
    • Microsoft Movie Maker
    • Microsoft Photostory
    • Vuvox.com – Slideshows/collages
    • Capzles.com - Social Storytelling
    • TimeToast.com – Create timelines
    • Storybird.com
  • 40. Lesson Example: Electronic Portfolio
  • 41.  
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  • 43. Lesson Example: My Life’s Highway
  • 44. Lesson Example: Glog
  • 45. 5. Use Constructivism and Project Based Learning
    • Examples:
    • Hot Potatoes
    • Students create Online Quizzes to post on website.
    • Voki.com
    • Create a speaking avatar to help with presentations.
    • ThinkQuest.org
    • Student competition to design an instructional website.
    • StudentPublishing.com
    • Free online publishing of printed individual books by students or classbooks.
  • 46. Lesson Examples: Internet Game and Web Design
  • 47. 6. Use Online Collaboration Tools
    • Examples:
    • Eduweb Adventures
    • Quest Network Blue Zone Expeditions
    • KOL Expeditions
    • CIESE Projects
    • Voice Thread
  • 48. In Summary:
    • You have the creativity and the motivation to ensure that all our students are ready for what the future holds!
    • “ Teach, Practice and Connect”
  • 49.
    • Teach the habits of mind as a part of your lessons and activities
    • Practice the habits of mind through engaging, meaningful, constructive activities
    • Connect the habits of mind to the “Real World”
    And now, it’s your turn… “ Teach, Practice and Connect”
  • 50.  
  • 51. Thinking That Clicks! Developing Habits of Mind with Technology Presented by Catherine Douthard 5 th Grade Teacher Instructional Technology Specialist Cleveland Elementary School Fayette County Schools [email_address] Teacher-Created Lessons