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  • You tube! Google Presentations Discrepant Events!
  • Tell story about that principal.
  • Remember how hard it was to find discrepant events that matched the lesson?
  • How many teachers in your school actually post their goals every day? With a content stream created with a Google presentation, your Objectives are always in front of students eyes.
  • Show your objectives. Having clear objectives and goals is important for learning.
  • Think pair share. #3- Anticipation Guide or Quiz?
  • Go to the live form to show folks the live data.
  • Readings. Read chapter four of your book. Text Coding Links embeddable content. Content Stream in Google Docs. Stream is important. Show edu20.org. Why would the two be different? The collaboration between Student/ teacher Student/ Student happens INSide the work.
  • Readings. Read chapter four of your book. Text Coding Links embeddable content. Content Stream in Google Docs. Stream is important. Show edu20.org. Why would the two be different? The collaboration between Student/ teacher Student/ Student happens INSide the work.
  • Go to the live website to show them the Embedded links.
  • Go to the live website to show them the Embedded links.
  • Go to the live website to show them how to text code within the document.
  • If the purpose to get students to retain information, they need guidance. Semantic encoding for storage in Long Term Memory.
  • With Google Video you could task students to make tutorials for the class, and amass a database for yourself. You can also get teachers to use document cameras to videotape their math lessons.
  • With Google Video you could task students to make tutorials for the class, and amass a database for yourself. You can also get teachers to use document cameras to videotape their math lessons.
  • Show them your Fremont documents with all of your blue red and black groups. Show other shared documents.
  • Using Sites for Personal Journals. Show other student journals. Now how about using Sites for a complete Portfolio? Where that portfolio can follow them for their entire grade school life!
  • Summative or formative?
  • Do you treat your child like a computer?
  • They’ll be engaged in their learning. They’ll be reaching in, instead of opening up their mouths.

Google Apps for Ed and the Gagne Model Google Apps for Ed and the Gagne Model Presentation Transcript

  • Google Apps and the Teacher’s Process
    • Daniel Rezac, Fremont School District #79, GCT
  • Got Frustration?
  • Got Frustration? Mr. Rezac. circa 2007. Frustrated.
  • Why frustration?
    • Homework turn in rate was poor.
    • Stacks and stacks of lesson books.
    • Accommodate ELL and numerous IEPs.
    • Piles and piles of paper, wasted.
    • Kids were unorganized.
    • Still stuck in a paper-push society.
  • Solution? This Woman Mary Reinhard, mogschool.com
  • Solution? (yes, she’s my mother in law)
  • Solution? Online Learning Environments (OLE) circa 2007
  • Image Source :http://www.flickr.com/photos/kt/314372109/ Link
  • Know This Guy? Image source: http://gcarvajalmodelos.wordpress.com/2007/04/04/robert-gagne/
    • Gain Attention
    • Describe the goal/objective
    • Stimulate prior knowledge
    • Present new content/material
    Gagne’s Nine Events of Instruction
    • Provide Guidance
    • Elicit Performance
    • Provide Feedback
    • Assess Performance
    • Enhance Retention
  • Content Delivery
    • in the 21st Century
  • #1.Gaining Attention How can we use Google Apps to Gain Attention?
  • 1. Have them sign in! How can we use Google Apps to Gain Attention?
  • Signing in makes them engage with their content. This is philosophically the flipside of the traditional classroom. Image from: http://www.flickr.com/photos/32099449@N00/1802158320
  • 2. Discrepant Events with You Tube How can we use Google Apps to Gain Attention? Check out this sample Google Presentation with You Tube.
  • #2.Describe the goal/objective What’s the benefit for using Google Apps to describe your Goals?
  • What’s the benefit for using Google Apps to describe your Goals?
    • Always visible and accessible
    • Accessible from anywhere.
    • Students can go back to previous lessons by checking through their documents.
  • #3 Stimulate Prior Knowledge How do we currently stimulate prior knowledge?
  • Anticipation Quizzes using Google Forms! How do we use Google Apps to access prior knowledge? Click here to see this live form
  • #4 Present new content/material How do we currently present new material?
  • #4 Present new content/material How can we present new content with Google Ed Apps?
    • With Google Docs you get a Content Stream.
    • Offer interactive lessons with links, video, and more with Google Presentations.
    • Use previously popular Best Practices in the Google Apps environment
      • Example: Text Coding by Doug Buehl
  • Links Embedded into The Content How can we present new content with Google Ed Apps?
  • Readings: Text Coding (Doug Buehl) Click here to read about Text Coding from Doug Buehl (from Google Books).
  • Readings: Using Google Docs for Text Coding (Doug Buehl) Use Comments in Google Docs for kids to Text Code
  • #5 Provide Guidance How do we currently provide guidance during a lesson? How can Google Apps for Ed help to provide guidance during a lesson?
  • Tutorials - Google Video Use and create tutorials to be available on Google Video or Youtube .
  • Tutorials Why not offer other teacher/student content from youtube? There’s a lot of good stuff out there! Click!
  • #6 Elicit Performance (practice) How can Google Apps be a helpful tool in eliciting performance from your students?
  • #6 Elicit Performance (practice) With Google Apps it’s about HOW you want your students to practice as opposed to what.
        • Share documents to students to work on with groups of two or three.
    • Share documents with multiple classes’ groups.
    Eliciting Performance with Google Apps.
  • #7 Provide Feedback How can Google Apps be a helpful tool in providing feedback?
  • How can Google Apps be a helpful tool in providing feedback? This Love Letter video shows how the collaboration process can happen between students and teachers.
  • #8 Assess Performance How can you use Google Apps to Assess Performance?
  • How can you use Google Apps to Assess Performance? How about a Digital Scantron with Forms and Spreadsheets?
  • How can you use Google Apps to Assess Performance? How about creating online journals with Sites?
    • Project Product with Google Site.
    • Portfolio Site
    • Google Video Presentation
    • Google Presentation
    • Final Exams with Forms
    How can you use Google Apps to Assess Performance? Formative Assessment Summative Assessment
    • Quizzes with Forms and Spreadsheets
    • Online Journals with Google sites
    • Online Worksheets with Docs
    • Create spreadsheets for Math
  • #9 Enhance Retention How do you enhance retention with Google Apps?
  • Should we treat kids like a machine? Image source: Unknown Information Processing Theory: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Information_processing_theory
  • How do you enhance retention with Google Apps? Image source: Unknown Information Processing Theory: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Information_processing_theory Use it! Be creative! Develop fun, authentic projects!
    • Thanks to Youssef Elias, GCT, for the digital scantron form. Template here: http://spreadsheets.google.com/ccckey=0AoTsLnwMBgkjdEpwNm40NmtQb3RKeVJiLUpXQ29nV2c&hl=en
    • Google Docs: A Love Letter: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v= A7y7NafWXeM
    • Google Apps for Education: http://www.google.com/a/help/intl/en/edu/
    • Gagne’s Events of Instruction. Original presentation from Randy Hansen, National Louis University http://docs.google.com/present/edit?id=0AWWzaaRnYL0HZGNmZzliNjZfMjU3YzNtNjJ0OGM&hl=en
    • RTI Data collection example form: http://spreadsheets.google.com/viewform?hl=en&formkey=dEdxMHJ2UzdqWjFackpiRGJ5cnMxMGc6MA
    REferences: Image source: Unknown Information Processing Theory: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Information_processing_theory