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  • Innovative Technologies for the Classroom
  • How can we embrace technology in the classroom in a way that facilitates student engagement?
  • 1. Encourage participation in new and different ways  Learn how to use Socrative and Poll Everywhere View slide
  • Socrative Pretend you’re a student:  Go to m.socrative.com on your smartphone or your computer  Or download the socrative app from the App Store onto your smartphone View slide
  • Socrative Pretend you’re a student:  When prompted, enter room number 108348
  • Socrative Now you’re the instructor:  Go to www.socrative.com  Click “Get Started Now”  Register with your UTA email address and create a password
  • Socrative  You can create quizzes with multiple choice or short answer questions  You can even insert images into your questions  Try it!
  • Poll Everywhere  Create your own poll now at www.polleverywhere.com  It’s so easy!
  • Encourage participation in new and different ways  Interactive whiteboard  www.awwapp.com  Backchannel or Twitter
  • How can we make the impersonal environment of an online class more personal?
  • 1. Allow students to see and hear you (and each other)!  Change your Blackboard Profile Picture to a real picture of you, and encourage your students to do the same!
  • 1. Allow students to see and hear you!  Make videos of yourself introducing topics and clarifying concepts  Kaltura Media in Blackboard  YouTube (create your own channel)
  • 2. Use Screencasting to explain technology and provide feedback  Some useful tools for screencasting:  Jing  Screencast-o-matic.com  My explanation is accessible here:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VrlPQNK xGRg  And here’s how I’ve used screencasting in my class:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JdrskrVD 7Ks
  • 3. Let students hear your voice (and each other)  Consider using VoiceThread or Evernote to supplement or replace the traditional Discussion Board  Great tutorial from Dr. Jill Scheifelbein at ASU here: http://impromptuguru.com/start- here-area/
  • 4. Communicate frequently  Consider adding a wiki to your class in Blackboard  In addition to your weekly announcements, email/post an announcement that is relevant and timely on a regular basis  Encourage students to contribute regularly, either through a wiki, email, or discussion board
  • Other fun ideas  Animate yourself!  www.goanimate.com  Example: http://goanimate.com/user/05zPscnYExxo?utm_ source=emailshare&refuser=05zPscnYExxo  Draw something!  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zCL1DEi8d Pw  Play Jeopardy  (I can send you the files)
  • Other fun ideas  Have students try a free buzzer app  Use social media: http://www.pinterest.com/dianemitschke/
  • Previous Technology Brownbags Making the Impersonal Personal: http://www.slideshare.net/dianemitschke/m aking-the-impersonal-personal Flipping the Classroom: http://www.slideshare.net/dianemitschke/fli pping-the-classroom-31581112