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# What Can I Do Now? (web 2.0 pedagogy) v3.8

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Slides from a presentation in support of a workshop at the Glenbrook South High School Math & Science Technology Forum in Glenview, IL; 5 August 2010.

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### What Can I Do Now? (web 2.0 pedagogy) v3.8

1. 1. What can I do now? web 2.0 pedagogy Darren Kuropatwa adifference.blogspot.com Glenbrook South High School Glenview, 5 August 2010
2. 2. Darren’s Workshops Wiki http://j.mp/gbs2010
3. 3. how do you know what they know?
4. 4. Three (practices and) principles
5. 5. Three (practices and) principles
6. 6. Studentsʼ Errors and Misconceptions (Principle 1) Based on Previous Learning Students come to the classroom with conceptions of numbers grounded in their whole-number learning that lead them astray in the world of rational numbers; e.g. multiplying always makes numbers bigger. x = Teachers must engage studentsʼ preconceptions
7. 7. Understanding requires factual knowledge and conceptual frameworks The Knowledge Network: (Principle 2) New Concepts and New Applications
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14. 14. kn owl edge isn’t s in our head een us ’s betw it social knowing is never David Weinberger finished. Everything is Miscellaneous
15. 15. Principle 3 Learning is facilitated through the use of metacognitive strategies ... A metacognitive approach enables student self-monitoring
16. 16. eror analysis
17. 17. Find the error ...
18. 18. community
19. 19. community
20. 20. +1 Three Pedagogical Principles x =
21. 21. al on s ti uc tice I tr ac ns Pr 3 es ign D
22. 22. t Pu blish I
23. 23. why publish student work?
24. 24. why publish student work?
25. 25. Create It
26. 26. 30
27. 27. 31
28. 28. 32
29. 29. 33
30. 30. (a riff on) Edgar Dale’s Cone of Experience
31. 31. learning is talking. Teaching is listening, Jer & Mario by ﬂickr user johnnybelmont quote source: unknown http://www.ﬂickr.com/photos/johndavey/3334454519/
32. 32. Create Content That Educates
33. 33. mind maps
34. 34. Fibonacc Tree
35. 35. Ge om in etr the yM Ba elt ck ing La ne
36. 36. Day 6: Abo ve my desk
38. 38. What’s hidden in each of these logos? source: http://j.mp/avE2zj
39. 39. ﬂickred instruction
40. 40. ﬂickred learning
41. 41. docs marking up text: a mash-up FanFiction.net unleash your imagination
42. 42. Video Are you ready??? by ﬂickr user ssh http://www.ﬂickr.com/photos/ssh/12638218/
43. 43. Watch It Do It Teach It
44. 44. Choose Your Own Path Mathematics Stories Fork in the Road by ﬂickr user Friends of San Jacinto http://www.ﬂickr.com/photos/friendsofsanjacinto/4479943434/
45. 45. Group Annotation Project Group Annotation Project: half Lives and Decay http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xg0trSjx4AM
46. 46. solution manuals
47. 47. apcalc2008
48. 48. the wiki solutions manual assignment 60
49. 49. poster projects
50. 50. mapping project
51. 51. presenting project work
52. 52. the developing expert voices project 67
53. 53. DEVious
54. 54. Watch and Learn
55. 55. MITSOP
56. 56. Agent 003.14
57. 57. The Sequel to MITSOP
58. 58. More about the back story to this idea ...