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Creating and connecting pete12
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Creating and connecting pete12
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Creating and connecting pete12
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Creating and connecting pete12
Creating and connecting pete12
Creating and connecting pete12
Creating and connecting pete12
Creating and connecting pete12
Creating and connecting pete12
Creating and connecting pete12
Creating and connecting pete12
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Creating and connecting pete12
Creating and connecting pete12
Creating and connecting pete12
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  • We first learn to dream when we are young, but many of what we think are dreams are really just fantasies. A real dream nourishes us as we pursue it. Our students practice dreaming in school every time they have their own idea and are allowed to pursue it.
  • I had been accustomed to using 6-7 laptops in my room with students working in groups of 3-4. They took turns adding to their wiki page or typing onto our online spreadsheet. When I was offered the chance to try 1:1 netbooks in my class I was a little worried. My former students were reporting that they only used the netbooks at the high school for typing papers or their teacher would give 5 websites and class was spent reading on their netbook. I envisioned the blank stares of students zoned out infront of the screens.
  • The key, according to Dr. Willis, is to give students expectations of a pleasurable experience before a lesson, what will they be creating or what problem will they be solving after doing their research, for example.
  • Wiki can be used like a scrapbook or a portfolio or a journal – an outlet for student creativity and ideas and a way to showcase student work. I began by putting students into random groups. Students don’t automatically feel safe in social situations so I do a few ice breaker activities in the group – a common interest scavenger hunt and a team scrap book contest/activity. Usually, after our Likes/Dislikes Scavenger hunt and the scrapbook activity, the groups gel somewhat and enjoy working together.
  • Wiki can be used like a scrapbook or a portfolio or a journal – an outlet for student creativity and ideas. I began by putting students into random groups. Students don’t automatically feel safe in social situations so I do a few ice breaker activities in the group – a common interest scavenger hunt and a team scrap book contest/activity.
  • http://www.diigo.com/education
  • Using Print screen or jing.com anything on the computer screen becomes a picture you can use on a wiki or a presentation.
  • Using Print screen or jing.com anything on the computer screen becomes a picture you can use on a wiki or a presentation.
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    • 1. Creating and Connecting in a 1:1 Classroom Catherine Laguna Quakertown Comm. School District claguna@qcsd.org
    • 2. How can access to net books change the dynamics of your classroom?
    • 3. How can access to net books change the dynamics of your classroom? Technology Transformations Connecting and Creating Managing the 1:1 Classroom
    • 4. Technology TransformationsCreativity coach Julia Cameron commentsthat her clients reap the fruit of theirlabors only if they are willing to go outand "shake the trees," but weirdly, thefruit that falls almost never comes fromthe tree the person is shaking. Martha Beck
    • 5. Technology Transformations Technology Goal
    • 6. Technology Transformations Even if the notes are on a Power Point, teacher centered lessons can still be boring to the students.
    • 7. Technology Transformations Sometimes reluctant writers just need a fun pallet of tools to make them great communicators.Hyper Studio
    • 8. Technology TransformationsStudents willwrite and editcompletesentences whenthey areplanning toread them intoa microphone.
    • 9. Technology Transformations Students can easily explain the results of their experiment after they have watched it being graphed in real time.
    • 10. Technology TransformationsWhen I began to give students a voice, Ilearned that I was never really in controlin the first place.
    • 11. Technology Transformations you write Can down what we Can you go around did today in and write about class? what kids are doing in the lab? Can I make it like Can an interview? we add pictures?I described the lesson and what the students should have learned.
    • 12. Technology TransformationsDB: Do you think this lab is a waste oftime?JM: It is a waste of time because it’s notworth it to find the center of gravity.
    • 13. Connecting and Creating
    • 14. Connecting and CreatingA dream is about building something– relationships, identity, quality ofexperience. Because dreams rise outof human need, they feed the spiritin a profoundly satisfying way. Bill Strickland Make the Impossible Possible
    • 15. Connecting and Creatingevery human being … is born full ofpotential, and that the way to unlockthat potential is to place individuals in anurturing environment and expose themto the kind of stimulating andempowering creative experiences thatfeed the human spirit. Bill Strickland Make the Impossible Possible
    • 16. Connecting and Creating
    • 17. Connecting and CreatingIsolated skill practice is contrary to the brainsinstinct to preserve its energy, because the braindoes not tend to have the expectation ofpleasure in such learning environments. Judy Willis Writing and the Brain: Neuroscience Shows the Pathways to Learning
    • 18. Connecting and Creating
    • 19. Connecting and CreatingOn the other hand, when students knowinformation will be used to create solutions toproblems that interest them or to createproducts they want to create, that is when thebrain predicts pleasure and applies efforts toachieve the desirable goal. Judy Willis Writing and the Brain: Neuroscience Shows the Pathways to Learning
    • 20. Connecting and Creating Content: Forms of Energy Delivery: Product: Research Project How can netbooks be used to engage students in a creative andLive Binders collaborative experience? Choice of Connect Docs Google Text Book: Online Lesson Create Creative and Workbook Projects
    • 21. Connecting and Creating A Wiki can become an outlet for student creativity and ideas.Mrs. Laguna’s Class Wiki on Wikispaces.com
    • 22. Connecting and Creating
    • 23. Connecting and Creating Mixbook
    • 24. Connecting and Creating
    • 25. Connecting and Creating
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    • 27. Connecting and Creating
    • 28. Using Netbooks to ConnectGoogle Docs example •Collaborative Research •Plan a Project •Share a Presentation •Use a Form to Collect Data http://www.google.com/docs
    • 29. Using Netbooks to Connect Wikispaces example •Discussion Tab – students give feedback to their classmates •Keep a wiki journal of individual or group’s work •Post resources to be shared by everyonehttp://www.wikispaces.com/content/for/teachers
    • 30. Using Netbooks to ConnectSocial Bookmarking – Diigo example •Students find online resources or upload pictures or notes •Uploaded bookmarks or notes are shared with a class “Group” •Tags are used to find resources easily http://www.diigo.com/education
    • 31. Using Netbooks to ConnectEdmodo example •Class discussion – students pose or respond to a question •Upload work or project to share with the class •Survey – share and tally responses http://www.edmodo.com
    • 32. Using Netbooks to ConnectWall Wisher example •Students pose or respond to a question. •Students brainstorm ideas on a topic •Different classes share ideas together http://www.wallwisher.com
    • 33. Using Netbooks to CreateSimple Digital Camera for Still Photos and Video, Table Top Tripod Stand
    • 34. Using Netbooks to Createhttp://www.picnik.com http://pixlr.com/express
    • 35. Using Netbooks to CreateWindows Live Movie Maker
    • 36. Using Netbooks to CreateShare Poster Projects with Mixbook
    • 37. Using Netbooks to Create Photo Contest on Flickr
    • 38. Using Netbooks to CreateSimple Video Made with White Boards
    • 39. Using Netbooks to Create
    • 40. Using Netbooks to Create https://bubbl.us
    • 41. Using Netbooks to Create http://diagram.ly
    • 42. Managing the 1:1 ClassroomClass Routine Clear Rules• Start and End of Class • Carrying Netbooks• Numbered Netbooks • Appropriate Sites• Home Site like • Consequences Edmodo 1:1 TechnologyEngaging Activities Learner Driven• Safe Environment • Freedom to Explore• Connecting with Peers • Creative License• Creative Experiences • Flexible Lessons

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