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The triumphs and tragedies of teaching with technology.

The triumphs and tragedies of teaching with technology.

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    • 1. Guided Instruction By Debra Spencer Division with Skip Counting
    • 2. Objectives
      • The students’ will be able to model and
      • solve division problems using a number line
      • and multiplication songs.
    • 3. Introduction
      • Mary had 36 cookies, and wanted to divide them equally among four friends. How many cookies would each friend get?
    • 4. “ User friendly” ?
    • 5. Showing Up The Technology
    • 6. Continuing
      • Used the projector to display story problems
      • Used manipulatives to solve story problems
      • Discussed solution strategies with class
    • 7. Reflection Next time dry run all technology before beginning the lesson.
      • Technology stopped working
      • Pacing of the lesson
      • Modeling for the worksheet
      • Displaying the problems for the whole class to see
      • Manipulatives for active student learning
      • Class discussions about answers
      What didn’t go well What went well
    • 8. 4 Principles of Effective Technology Integration
      • Student Use of Technology
      • Technology Use is Essential
      • Focus on Learning Task
      • Added Value
    • 9. Student Use of Technology
      • The students were intended to write the answer on the Smartboard after solving it with the manipulatives
      • Students used the problems projected on the whiteboard to learn the new skill set
    • 10. Technology Use is Essential
      • The technology was essential because it provided a resource to display the problems to the whole class
    • 11. Focus on Learning Task
      • The technology did not distract from the content information, but made the math problems accessible to all the students.
    • 12. Added Value
      • The Smartboard would have facilitated the learning and answering of questions, which wasn’t modeled by simply discussing the answers.
    • 13. In Conclusion
      • check technology before lesson
      • be flexible
      • have a back-up plan
      • address any problems students may be having