Technology &
Differentiated Instruction:
        Symbiosis
                                                       Bill Dol...
Your Participation

• CoverItLive or 3 X 5
• Twitter Hashtags #PETEC2010 #BH30
• Wiki: http://tech4di.wikispaces.com
Symbiosis
         Ants Milking Aphids




http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tE7UL2pAaL0
But first,
let’s differentiate!
Participant Polling

• Educational Role
• Experience with Differentiated Instruction
• Combined Use of Tech and D.I.
http://tech4di.wikispaces.com
Differentiating
 Student Use
of Technology
http://www.flickr.com/groups/1059676@N21/pool/show/

          Twins, they’re something special!
                  Flickr G...
Differentiation
Consider...

 What are the attributes
  of a “digital native?”

Do all your students fit the
 profile of a digital native?
ACOT Stages of Adoption
  • Entry – little to no use
  • Adoption – minimal productivity use
  • Adaptation – productivity...
Concerns-Based
Adoption Model (CBAM)
 • Non-Use, Orientation, Preparation
    - need direction and support
 • Mechanical, ...
Rogers’ Adoption of
    Innovation
• Innovators – always on cutting edge
• Early Adopters
• Early Majority
• Late Majority...
Your Turn...
     How do your students differ in the ways
      they use and think about technology?
            How does ...
Using Technology
            to
Differentiate Instruction
http://www.go2web20.net/
http://www.go2web20.net/
Your Turn...

  How else can we use
    technology to help
differentiate instruction?
Effectively Combining

Technology & Differentiated Instruction

     via Challenge-Based Learning
Challenge-Based Learning
• Student Autonomy
• Realism
• Constructive
• Driving Questions
• Centrality to Curriculum
Project-Based Learning

    • Student Autonomy
    • Realism
    • Constructive
    • Driving Questions
    • Centrality t...
Problem-Based Learning

    • Student Autonomy
    • Realism
    • Constructive
    • Driving Questions
    • Centrality t...
Challenge-Based Learning

     • Student Autonomy
     • Realism
     • Constructive
     • Driving Questions
     • Centr...
Range of Challenges
   • Experimental Inquiry
   • Problem-Solving
   • Decision-Making
   • Investigation
   • Systems An...
to teach

scaffold
learning
           creative commons attribution: http://www.flickr.com/photos/qilin/203966534/
engaging
authentic
challenging
significant
PBL Resources
• Challenge-Based Learning
       http://ali.apple.com/cbl
• Intelhttp://www.intel.com/education/elements
  ...
Your Turn...


How can we facilitate effective
  challenge-based learning?
Differentiating

Professional Development

     for Technology
ACOT Stages of Adoption
  • Entry – little to no use
  • Adoption – minimal productivity use
  • Adaptation – productivity...
Concerns-Based
Adoption Model (CBAM)
 • Non-Use, Orientation, Preparation
    - need direction and support
 • Mechanical, ...
Rogers’ Adoption of
    Innovation
• Innovators – always on cutting edge
• Early Adopters
• Early Majority
• Late Majority...
LoTi Digital Age
                                                             Framework




                              ...
LoTi Digital Age
                                                             Framework



Non-
                 Use
     ...
LoTi Digital Age
                                                             Framework



           Aware
              ...
LoTi Digital Age
                                                             Framework


                           Explo...
LoTi Digital Age
                                                             Framework

                                 ...
LoTi Digital Age
                                                             Framework

                Integ rati
      ...
LoTi Digital Age
                                                             Framework
                     Integ ration
...
LoTi Digital Age
                                                             Framework
                           Expansi...
LoTi Digital Age
                                                             Framework
                             Refine...
Your Turn...

  Will the professional
 development need for
technology every abate?
Still Your Turn...

 Will there be a time
when all teachers are
   comfortable and
confident using digital
  tools for lear...
Re-Cap

• Differentiate Student Use of Technology
• Use Technology to Differentiate Instruction
• Combine Tech & DI via Ch...
Technology &
Differentiated Instruction:
        Symbiosis
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  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tE7UL2pAaL0
  • - Use Differentiate Participation Handout
    - Get a hand count of each breakdown while they process the handout
  • Do poll in CoverItLive or with hand-raises for speed.
  • Quick overview of the Tech4DI wiki and the resources available.
    Explain that it is a public wiki that anyone may edit, and they are welcome to use it for PD in their own schools and districts.
  • While showing Flickr slide show of twins, ask how many have had twins in their classroom? How many sets of twins were identical? Assuming some raised their hands, ask if they were ultimately able to tell them apart -- and how? Get to the point that they were not 100% identical -- there are differences even between identical twins
  • What colors do you see? (should just get “orange” as the response)
  • What colors are the leaves of this tree? (may get orange and yellow, maybe brown)
  • What colors do you see now? (may get additional colors -- brown, blue, green, red)
  • What colors do you see now? (gray, tan, maroon, various shades of yellow and orange)
    All are from the same photo -- first a blurred version, then the original photo, then a close-up, and finally this is fully zoomed to see each individual pixel.
    What initially appeared to be one color can now be seen to be a wide range of colors. We just had to drill down to see the individual pixels. Do we always see the students in our classrooms as individuals, or do we sometimes see them as an undifferentiated group? Our session today is about the symbiotic relationship between technology and differentiated instruction to provide the best possible learning environment for our students -- each and every one of them.
  • Stages of Adoption were developed to describe adult adoption of innovative technologies.

    Is there relevance to differences among students relative to tech use?
  • How can technology help differentiate instruction? Because with technology there are so many ways to accomplish any given task. Think of just about any common productivity application like Word or a creativity application like Photoshop or even a web browser like Firefox -- you can probably think quickly of several tasks or actions within any one of these that can be accomplished in more than one way -- often in several ways.
  • How can technology help differentiate instruction? Because with technology there are so many ways to accomplish any given task. Think of just about any common productivity application like Word or a creativity application like Photoshop or even a web browser like Firefox -- you can probably think quickly of several tasks or actions within any one of these that can be accomplished in more than one way -- often in several ways.
  • How can technology help differentiate instruction? Because with technology there are so many ways to accomplish any given task. Think of just about any common productivity application like Word or a creativity application like Photoshop or even a web browser like Firefox -- you can probably think quickly of several tasks or actions within any one of these that can be accomplished in more than one way -- often in several ways.
  • How can technology help differentiate instruction? Because with technology there are so many ways to accomplish any given task. Think of just about any common productivity application like Word or a creativity application like Photoshop or even a web browser like Firefox -- you can probably think quickly of several tasks or actions within any one of these that can be accomplished in more than one way -- often in several ways.
  • How can technology help differentiate instruction? Because with technology there are so many ways to accomplish any given task. Think of just about any common productivity application like Word or a creativity application like Photoshop or even a web browser like Firefox -- you can probably think quickly of several tasks or actions within any one of these that can be accomplished in more than one way -- often in several ways.
  • How can technology help differentiate instruction? Because with technology there are so many ways to accomplish any given task. Think of just about any common productivity application like Word or a creativity application like Photoshop or even a web browser like Firefox -- you can probably think quickly of several tasks or actions within any one of these that can be accomplished in more than one way -- often in several ways.
  • How can technology help differentiate instruction? Because with technology there are so many ways to accomplish any given task. Think of just about any common productivity application like Word or a creativity application like Photoshop or even a web browser like Firefox -- you can probably think quickly of several tasks or actions within any one of these that can be accomplished in more than one way -- often in several ways.
  • How can technology help differentiate instruction? Because with technology there are so many ways to accomplish any given task. Think of just about any common productivity application like Word or a creativity application like Photoshop or even a web browser like Firefox -- you can probably think quickly of several tasks or actions within any one of these that can be accomplished in more than one way -- often in several ways.
  • How can technology help differentiate instruction? Because with technology there are so many ways to accomplish any given task. Think of just about any common productivity application like Word or a creativity application like Photoshop or even a web browser like Firefox -- you can probably think quickly of several tasks or actions within any one of these that can be accomplished in more than one way -- often in several ways.
  • How can technology help differentiate instruction? Because with technology there are so many ways to accomplish any given task. Think of just about any common productivity application like Word or a creativity application like Photoshop or even a web browser like Firefox -- you can probably think quickly of several tasks or actions within any one of these that can be accomplished in more than one way -- often in several ways.
  • How can technology help differentiate instruction? Because with technology there are so many ways to accomplish any given task. Think of just about any common productivity application like Word or a creativity application like Photoshop or even a web browser like Firefox -- you can probably think quickly of several tasks or actions within any one of these that can be accomplished in more than one way -- often in several ways.
  • How can technology help differentiate instruction? Because with technology there are so many ways to accomplish any given task. Think of just about any common productivity application like Word or a creativity application like Photoshop or even a web browser like Firefox -- you can probably think quickly of several tasks or actions within any one of these that can be accomplished in more than one way -- often in several ways.
  • How can technology help differentiate instruction? Because with technology there are so many ways to accomplish any given task. Think of just about any common productivity application like Word or a creativity application like Photoshop or even a web browser like Firefox -- you can probably think quickly of several tasks or actions within any one of these that can be accomplished in more than one way -- often in several ways.
  • How can technology help differentiate instruction? Because with technology there are so many ways to accomplish any given task. Think of just about any common productivity application like Word or a creativity application like Photoshop or even a web browser like Firefox -- you can probably think quickly of several tasks or actions within any one of these that can be accomplished in more than one way -- often in several ways.
  • How can technology help differentiate instruction? Because with technology there are so many ways to accomplish any given task. Think of just about any common productivity application like Word or a creativity application like Photoshop or even a web browser like Firefox -- you can probably think quickly of several tasks or actions within any one of these that can be accomplished in more than one way -- often in several ways.
  • How can technology help differentiate instruction? Because with technology there are so many ways to accomplish any given task. Think of just about any common productivity application like Word or a creativity application like Photoshop or even a web browser like Firefox -- you can probably think quickly of several tasks or actions within any one of these that can be accomplished in more than one way -- often in several ways.
  • How can technology help differentiate instruction? Because with technology there are so many ways to accomplish any given task. Think of just about any common productivity application like Word or a creativity application like Photoshop or even a web browser like Firefox -- you can probably think quickly of several tasks or actions within any one of these that can be accomplished in more than one way -- often in several ways.
  • How can technology help differentiate instruction? Because with technology there are so many ways to accomplish any given task. Think of just about any common productivity application like Word or a creativity application like Photoshop or even a web browser like Firefox -- you can probably think quickly of several tasks or actions within any one of these that can be accomplished in more than one way -- often in several ways.
  • How can technology help differentiate instruction? Because with technology there are so many ways to accomplish any given task. Think of just about any common productivity application like Word or a creativity application like Photoshop or even a web browser like Firefox -- you can probably think quickly of several tasks or actions within any one of these that can be accomplished in more than one way -- often in several ways.
  • How can technology help differentiate instruction? Because with technology there are so many ways to accomplish any given task. Think of just about any common productivity application like Word or a creativity application like Photoshop or even a web browser like Firefox -- you can probably think quickly of several tasks or actions within any one of these that can be accomplished in more than one way -- often in several ways.
  • How can technology help differentiate instruction? Because with technology there are so many ways to accomplish any given task. Think of just about any common productivity application like Word or a creativity application like Photoshop or even a web browser like Firefox -- you can probably think quickly of several tasks or actions within any one of these that can be accomplished in more than one way -- often in several ways.
  • How can technology help differentiate instruction? Because with technology there are so many ways to accomplish any given task. Think of just about any common productivity application like Word or a creativity application like Photoshop or even a web browser like Firefox -- you can probably think quickly of several tasks or actions within any one of these that can be accomplished in more than one way -- often in several ways.
  • How can technology help differentiate instruction? Because with technology there are so many ways to accomplish any given task. Think of just about any common productivity application like Word or a creativity application like Photoshop or even a web browser like Firefox -- you can probably think quickly of several tasks or actions within any one of these that can be accomplished in more than one way -- often in several ways.
  • How can technology help differentiate instruction? Because with technology there are so many ways to accomplish any given task. Think of just about any common productivity application like Word or a creativity application like Photoshop or even a web browser like Firefox -- you can probably think quickly of several tasks or actions within any one of these that can be accomplished in more than one way -- often in several ways.
  • How can technology help differentiate instruction? Because with technology there are so many ways to accomplish any given task. Think of just about any common productivity application like Word or a creativity application like Photoshop or even a web browser like Firefox -- you can probably think quickly of several tasks or actions within any one of these that can be accomplished in more than one way -- often in several ways.
  • How can technology help differentiate instruction? Because with technology there are so many ways to accomplish any given task. Think of just about any common productivity application like Word or a creativity application like Photoshop or even a web browser like Firefox -- you can probably think quickly of several tasks or actions within any one of these that can be accomplished in more than one way -- often in several ways.
  • How can technology help differentiate instruction? Because with technology there are so many ways to accomplish any given task. Think of just about any common productivity application like Word or a creativity application like Photoshop or even a web browser like Firefox -- you can probably think quickly of several tasks or actions within any one of these that can be accomplished in more than one way -- often in several ways.
  • How can technology help differentiate instruction? Because with technology there are so many ways to accomplish any given task. Think of just about any common productivity application like Word or a creativity application like Photoshop or even a web browser like Firefox -- you can probably think quickly of several tasks or actions within any one of these that can be accomplished in more than one way -- often in several ways.
  • How can technology help differentiate instruction? Because with technology there are so many ways to accomplish any given task. Think of just about any common productivity application like Word or a creativity application like Photoshop or even a web browser like Firefox -- you can probably think quickly of several tasks or actions within any one of these that can be accomplished in more than one way -- often in several ways.
  • How can technology help differentiate instruction? Because with technology there are so many ways to accomplish any given task. Think of just about any common productivity application like Word or a creativity application like Photoshop or even a web browser like Firefox -- you can probably think quickly of several tasks or actions within any one of these that can be accomplished in more than one way -- often in several ways.
  • How can technology help differentiate instruction? Because with technology there are so many ways to accomplish any given task. Think of just about any common productivity application like Word or a creativity application like Photoshop or even a web browser like Firefox -- you can probably think quickly of several tasks or actions within any one of these that can be accomplished in more than one way -- often in several ways.
  • How can technology help differentiate instruction? Because with technology there are so many ways to accomplish any given task. Think of just about any common productivity application like Word or a creativity application like Photoshop or even a web browser like Firefox -- you can probably think quickly of several tasks or actions within any one of these that can be accomplished in more than one way -- often in several ways.
  • How can technology help differentiate instruction? Because with technology there are so many ways to accomplish any given task. Think of just about any common productivity application like Word or a creativity application like Photoshop or even a web browser like Firefox -- you can probably think quickly of several tasks or actions within any one of these that can be accomplished in more than one way -- often in several ways.
  • How can technology help differentiate instruction? Because with technology there are so many ways to accomplish any given task. Think of just about any common productivity application like Word or a creativity application like Photoshop or even a web browser like Firefox -- you can probably think quickly of several tasks or actions within any one of these that can be accomplished in more than one way -- often in several ways.
  • How can technology help differentiate instruction? Because with technology there are so many ways to accomplish any given task. Think of just about any common productivity application like Word or a creativity application like Photoshop or even a web browser like Firefox -- you can probably think quickly of several tasks or actions within any one of these that can be accomplished in more than one way -- often in several ways.
  • How can technology help differentiate instruction? Because with technology there are so many ways to accomplish any given task. Think of just about any common productivity application like Word or a creativity application like Photoshop or even a web browser like Firefox -- you can probably think quickly of several tasks or actions within any one of these that can be accomplished in more than one way -- often in several ways.
  • How can technology help differentiate instruction? Because with technology there are so many ways to accomplish any given task. Think of just about any common productivity application like Word or a creativity application like Photoshop or even a web browser like Firefox -- you can probably think quickly of several tasks or actions within any one of these that can be accomplished in more than one way -- often in several ways.
  • How can technology help differentiate instruction? Because with technology there are so many ways to accomplish any given task. Think of just about any common productivity application like Word or a creativity application like Photoshop or even a web browser like Firefox -- you can probably think quickly of several tasks or actions within any one of these that can be accomplished in more than one way -- often in several ways.
  • How can technology help differentiate instruction? Because with technology there are so many ways to accomplish any given task. Think of just about any common productivity application like Word or a creativity application like Photoshop or even a web browser like Firefox -- you can probably think quickly of several tasks or actions within any one of these that can be accomplished in more than one way -- often in several ways.
  • How can technology help differentiate instruction? Because with technology there are so many ways to accomplish any given task. Think of just about any common productivity application like Word or a creativity application like Photoshop or even a web browser like Firefox -- you can probably think quickly of several tasks or actions within any one of these that can be accomplished in more than one way -- often in several ways.
  • How can technology help differentiate instruction? Because with technology there are so many ways to accomplish any given task. Think of just about any common productivity application like Word or a creativity application like Photoshop or even a web browser like Firefox -- you can probably think quickly of several tasks or actions within any one of these that can be accomplished in more than one way -- often in several ways.
  • How can technology help differentiate instruction? Because with technology there are so many ways to accomplish any given task. Think of just about any common productivity application like Word or a creativity application like Photoshop or even a web browser like Firefox -- you can probably think quickly of several tasks or actions within any one of these that can be accomplished in more than one way -- often in several ways.
  • How can technology help differentiate instruction? Because with technology there are so many ways to accomplish any given task. Think of just about any common productivity application like Word or a creativity application like Photoshop or even a web browser like Firefox -- you can probably think quickly of several tasks or actions within any one of these that can be accomplished in more than one way -- often in several ways.
  • How can technology help differentiate instruction? Because with technology there are so many ways to accomplish any given task. Think of just about any common productivity application like Word or a creativity application like Photoshop or even a web browser like Firefox -- you can probably think quickly of several tasks or actions within any one of these that can be accomplished in more than one way -- often in several ways.
  • How can technology help differentiate instruction? Because with technology there are so many ways to accomplish any given task. Think of just about any common productivity application like Word or a creativity application like Photoshop or even a web browser like Firefox -- you can probably think quickly of several tasks or actions within any one of these that can be accomplished in more than one way -- often in several ways.
  • How can technology help differentiate instruction? Because with technology there are so many ways to accomplish any given task. Think of just about any common productivity application like Word or a creativity application like Photoshop or even a web browser like Firefox -- you can probably think quickly of several tasks or actions within any one of these that can be accomplished in more than one way -- often in several ways.
  • How can technology help differentiate instruction? Because with technology there are so many ways to accomplish any given task. Think of just about any common productivity application like Word or a creativity application like Photoshop or even a web browser like Firefox -- you can probably think quickly of several tasks or actions within any one of these that can be accomplished in more than one way -- often in several ways.
  • How can technology help differentiate instruction? Because with technology there are so many ways to accomplish any given task. Think of just about any common productivity application like Word or a creativity application like Photoshop or even a web browser like Firefox -- you can probably think quickly of several tasks or actions within any one of these that can be accomplished in more than one way -- often in several ways.
  • How can technology help differentiate instruction? Because with technology there are so many ways to accomplish any given task. Think of just about any common productivity application like Word or a creativity application like Photoshop or even a web browser like Firefox -- you can probably think quickly of several tasks or actions within any one of these that can be accomplished in more than one way -- often in several ways.
  • How can technology help differentiate instruction? Because with technology there are so many ways to accomplish any given task. Think of just about any common productivity application like Word or a creativity application like Photoshop or even a web browser like Firefox -- you can probably think quickly of several tasks or actions within any one of these that can be accomplished in more than one way -- often in several ways.
  • How can technology help differentiate instruction? Because with technology there are so many ways to accomplish any given task. Think of just about any common productivity application like Word or a creativity application like Photoshop or even a web browser like Firefox -- you can probably think quickly of several tasks or actions within any one of these that can be accomplished in more than one way -- often in several ways.
  • How can technology help differentiate instruction? Because with technology there are so many ways to accomplish any given task. Think of just about any common productivity application like Word or a creativity application like Photoshop or even a web browser like Firefox -- you can probably think quickly of several tasks or actions within any one of these that can be accomplished in more than one way -- often in several ways.
  • How can technology help differentiate instruction? Because with technology there are so many ways to accomplish any given task. Think of just about any common productivity application like Word or a creativity application like Photoshop or even a web browser like Firefox -- you can probably think quickly of several tasks or actions within any one of these that can be accomplished in more than one way -- often in several ways.
  • How can technology help differentiate instruction? Because with technology there are so many ways to accomplish any given task. Think of just about any common productivity application like Word or a creativity application like Photoshop or even a web browser like Firefox -- you can probably think quickly of several tasks or actions within any one of these that can be accomplished in more than one way -- often in several ways.
  • How can technology help differentiate instruction? Because with technology there are so many ways to accomplish any given task. Think of just about any common productivity application like Word or a creativity application like Photoshop or even a web browser like Firefox -- you can probably think quickly of several tasks or actions within any one of these that can be accomplished in more than one way -- often in several ways.
  • Then think of the proliferation of Web 2.0 tools. This is a representation of Go2Web20 -- a website that catalogs Web 2.0 applications, websites, and online tools. Currently there are over 3,000 listed! Quite a few of these do similar tasks. Take blogging for an example -- you are probably familiar with Blogger, Edublogs, and Wordpress, but there are many more blogging tools than these three. Wikipedia identifies 16 developer-hosted platforms (e.g., Blogger) and 24 free, open-source software packages available to run blogs (on your own domain website, for instance).
    So one way technology can help differentiate instruction is by providing ample choices of how to accomplish an educational task -- primarily involving Process, but also Product to some extent.
  • Autonomy: students take responsibility; taps natural curiosity; group work
    Realism: perceived authenticity; use of essential tools; performance-based assessment; solutions/products may potentially be implemented
    Constructive: complex thinking, tasks, products; transform knowledge
    Driving Questions: challenging; motivating; engaging
    Centrality to Curriculum: significant, core concepts
  • Autonomy: students take responsibility; taps natural curiosity; group work
    Realism: perceived authenticity; use of essential tools; performance-based assessment; solutions/products may potentially be implemented
    Constructive: complex thinking, tasks, products; transform knowledge
    Driving Questions: challenging; motivating; engaging
    Centrality to Curriculum: significant, core concepts
  • Autonomy: students take responsibility; taps natural curiosity; group work
    Realism: perceived authenticity; use of essential tools; performance-based assessment; solutions/products may potentially be implemented
    Constructive: complex thinking, tasks, products; transform knowledge
    Driving Questions: challenging; motivating; engaging
    Centrality to Curriculum: significant, core concepts
  • Autonomy: students take responsibility; taps natural curiosity; group work
    Realism: perceived authenticity; use of essential tools; performance-based assessment; solutions/products may potentially be implemented
    Constructive: complex thinking, tasks, products; transform knowledge
    Driving Questions: challenging; motivating; engaging
    Centrality to Curriculum: significant, core concepts
  • Autonomy: students take responsibility; taps natural curiosity; group work
    Realism: perceived authenticity; use of essential tools; performance-based assessment; solutions/products may potentially be implemented
    Constructive: complex thinking, tasks, products; transform knowledge
    Driving Questions: challenging; motivating; engaging
    Centrality to Curriculum: significant, core concepts
  • Tech Di Symbiosis

    1. 1. Technology & Differentiated Instruction: Symbiosis Bill Dolton Adjunct Faculty, Wilkes University Ed.Tech.Consultant, William Dolton LLC Supervisor Educational Technology (retired), LMSD Monday 11:45 am - 12:45 pm Rhonda Keefer Educational Technology Specialist, LMSD Hershey Hotel, Tea House Room (50)
    2. 2. Your Participation • CoverItLive or 3 X 5 • Twitter Hashtags #PETEC2010 #BH30 • Wiki: http://tech4di.wikispaces.com
    3. 3. Symbiosis Ants Milking Aphids http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tE7UL2pAaL0
    4. 4. But first, let’s differentiate!
    5. 5. Participant Polling • Educational Role • Experience with Differentiated Instruction • Combined Use of Tech and D.I.
    6. 6. http://tech4di.wikispaces.com
    7. 7. Differentiating Student Use of Technology
    8. 8. http://www.flickr.com/groups/1059676@N21/pool/show/ Twins, they’re something special! Flickr Group Pool
    9. 9. Differentiation
    10. 10. Consider... What are the attributes of a “digital native?” Do all your students fit the profile of a digital native?
    11. 11. ACOT Stages of Adoption • Entry – little to no use • Adoption – minimal productivity use • Adaptation – productivity use embraced • Appropriation – full adoption • Invention – new uses; share/teach others
    12. 12. Concerns-Based Adoption Model (CBAM) • Non-Use, Orientation, Preparation - need direction and support • Mechanical, Routine - confident use • Refinement, Integration, Renewal - expanding into more sophisticated uses
    13. 13. Rogers’ Adoption of Innovation • Innovators – always on cutting edge • Early Adopters • Early Majority • Late Majority • Laggards – resistance; avoidance
    14. 14. Your Turn... How do your students differ in the ways they use and think about technology? How does relative access impact where we find students? What does this imply for classroom technology use? How can we differentiate the use of technology?
    15. 15. Using Technology to Differentiate Instruction
    16. 16. http://www.go2web20.net/
    17. 17. http://www.go2web20.net/
    18. 18. Your Turn... How else can we use technology to help differentiate instruction?
    19. 19. Effectively Combining Technology & Differentiated Instruction via Challenge-Based Learning
    20. 20. Challenge-Based Learning
    21. 21. • Student Autonomy • Realism • Constructive • Driving Questions • Centrality to Curriculum
    22. 22. Project-Based Learning • Student Autonomy • Realism • Constructive • Driving Questions • Centrality to Curriculum
    23. 23. Problem-Based Learning • Student Autonomy • Realism • Constructive • Driving Questions • Centrality to Curriculum
    24. 24. Challenge-Based Learning • Student Autonomy • Realism • Constructive • Driving Questions • Centrality to Curriculum
    25. 25. Range of Challenges • Experimental Inquiry • Problem-Solving • Decision-Making • Investigation • Systems Analysis • Invention
    26. 26. to teach scaffold learning creative commons attribution: http://www.flickr.com/photos/qilin/203966534/
    27. 27. engaging authentic challenging significant
    28. 28. PBL Resources • Challenge-Based Learning http://ali.apple.com/cbl • Intelhttp://www.intel.com/education/elements Teach Elements • Buckhttp://www.pbl-online.org Institute for Education • Edutopia http://www.edutopia.org/project-learning • Project-Based Learning wiki https://lmsd-pbl.wikispaces.com
    29. 29. Your Turn... How can we facilitate effective challenge-based learning?
    30. 30. Differentiating Professional Development for Technology
    31. 31. ACOT Stages of Adoption • Entry – little to no use • Adoption – minimal productivity use • Adaptation – productivity use embraced • Appropriation – full adoption • Invention – new uses; share/teach others
    32. 32. Concerns-Based Adoption Model (CBAM) • Non-Use, Orientation, Preparation - need direction and support • Mechanical, Routine - confident use • Refinement, Integration, Renewal - expanding into more sophisticated uses
    33. 33. Rogers’ Adoption of Innovation • Innovators – always on cutting edge • Early Adopters • Early Majority • Late Majority • Laggards – resistance; avoidance
    34. 34. LoTi Digital Age Framework http://www.loticonnection.com/lotilevels.html http://www.flickr.com/photos/eole/1435420692/ <div xmlns:cc="http://creativecommons.org/ns#" about="http://www.flickr.com/photos/eole/1435420692/"><a rel="cc:attributionURL" href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/ eole/">http://www.flickr.com/photos/eole/</a> / <a rel="license" href="http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/2.0/">CC BY-NC-SA 2.0</a></div>
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    43. 43. Your Turn... Will the professional development need for technology every abate?
    44. 44. Still Your Turn... Will there be a time when all teachers are comfortable and confident using digital tools for learning?
    45. 45. Re-Cap • Differentiate Student Use of Technology • Use Technology to Differentiate Instruction • Combine Tech & DI via Challenge-Based Learning • Differentiate PD for Technology
    46. 46. Technology & Differentiated Instruction: Symbiosis Bill Dolton Adjunct Faculty, Wilkes University Ed.Tech.Consultant, William Dolton LLC Supervisor Educational Technology (retired), LMSD Monday 11:45 am - 12:45 pm Rhonda Keefer Educational Technology Specialist, LMSD Hershey Hotel, Tea House Room (50)

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