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10/3 Instructional Model
10/3 Instructional Model
10/3 Instructional Model
10/3 Instructional Model
10/3 Instructional Model
10/3 Instructional Model
10/3 Instructional Model
10/3 Instructional Model
10/3 Instructional Model
10/3 Instructional Model
10/3 Instructional Model
10/3 Instructional Model
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  • 1. The 10/3 Instructional Model
  • 2. What is the 10/3 Model?
  • 3. 10.1 Power Standards
  • 4. What Are Power Standards?
    • Prioritized standards that are derived from a systematic and balanced approach to distinguishing which standards are absolutely essential and which ones are simply “nice to know”
    • A subset of the complete list of standards for each subject area and represent the “safety net” curriculum.
  • 5. Power Standards Are:
    • The standards that each teacher needs to make sure that every student learns prior to leaving the current course.
  • 6. What 10.1 Means to You:
    • Your course must be aligned to best in class text/standards for an average of 10 modules/lessons .
  • 7. 10.2 Web 2.0 Technology
  • 8. What is Web 2.0?
    • A term used to describe the trend in the use of World Wide Web technology and web design that aims to enhance creativity, information sharing, and, most notably, collaboration among users.
  • 9. Web 2.0 Tools Are:
    • Proprietary: WIMBA Pronto, Classroom, Voice Tools; Learning LX Blogs, Wikis, Podcasting
    • Freeware: Vokis, ToonDoo, GoAnimate, Glogster, Animoto, etc.
  • 10. What 10.2 Means to You:
    • The web 2.0 tools that you use through us (proprietary) and that you import on your own (freeware) must be engaging for the 10/1 content.
  • 11. 10.3 The Future and Web 3.0
  • 12. What is Web 3.0?
    • Web 3.0 has not been clearly defined by the Technical world, but its uses include:
      • Constant Connectivity: Mobile devices, handheld games, Wii, etc
      • 3D Environments: Second Life, Habbo Hotel, etc.
      • Network computing : software as a service, “cloud” computing
      • Simulations : PHET simulations
  • 13. What 10.3 Means to You:
    • Whether it is a mobile app, poll everywhere assessment, and/or a PHET game you should be integrating towards Web 3.0 with design and practice.

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