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  • 1. Technology Integration
    Region 1 ESC
    June 11, 2011
    Project PaCE
  • 2. Contact info:Diane SidoroffEducational Technology FacilitatorAustin ISDdiane.sidoroff@austinisd.org
  • 3. Technology Standards
    Technology Application TEKS
    Elementary K-2, 3-5
    Middle School 6-8
    Technology Application courses – high school
    International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE)
    National Educational Technology Standards (NETS) for students, teachers, and administrators
    Technology Applications for All Beginning Teachers (SBEC 2002)
    STaR Chart – (School Technology and Readiness Chart)
  • 4. ISTE Standards
  • 5.
  • 6. Technology Applications Standards for All Beginning Educators (SBEC)
    I. All teachers use technology-related terms, concepts, data input strategies, and ethical practices to make informed decisions about current technologies and their applications.
    • Using the Technology Application TEKS, list 10 technology-related terms.
    • 7. What ethical practices should be modeled at your grade/subject level?
  • Technology Applications Standards for All Beginning Educators
    II. All teachers identify task requirements, apply search strategies, and use current technology to efficiently acquire, analyze, and evaluate a variety of electronic information.
    • Are you familiar with using Boolean searches?
    • 8.
    • 9. Other than Google, what search engines could help your students find the information they need?
    • 10.
  • Technology Applications Standards for All Beginning Educators
    III. All teachers use task-appropriate tools to synthesize knowledge, create and modify solutions, and evaluate results in a way that supports the work of individuals and groups in problem-solving situations.
    • How can you help your students use task-appropriate tools?
  • Technology Applications Standards for All Beginning Educators
    IV. All teachers communicate information in different formats and for diverse audiences.
    • What are some ways you can communicate with your students, parents, and community members digitally?
  • Technology Applications Standards for All Beginning Educators
    V. All teachers know how to plan, organize, deliver, and evaluate instruction for all students that incorporates the effective use of current technology for teaching and integrating the Technology Applications Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS) into the curriculum.
    • How do you plan to integrate technology into your grade/subject area?
  • 21st Century Classroom
  • 11. Technology in the classroom?
    What type of technology can you imagine in your classroom?
    What technology tools mentioned are you familiar with?
  • 12. Teaching today
  • 13. 21st Century Teaching
  • 14. Your classroom…
    Will you have access to computers?
    Does your district allow students to bring their own devices (ipods, cell phones, etc.)?
  • 15. 21st Century Skills
    Twenty-First Century Student Outcomes
    Twenty-First Century Support Systems
  • 16. Your digital footprint
  • 17. Reflect
    What type of digital footprint are you creating?
    What online presence do you plan to have with your students, parents, and community?
  • 18. Cyber Safety
    As a classroom teacher, what is your responsibility when it comes to the safety of your students as they are using technology in your classroom? Outside your classroom?
    • How might you handle issues such as:
    • 19. Permission to have picture, etc. online
    • 20. Student accessing inappropriate materials
    • 21. Netiquette, Cyberbullying
    • 22. Resources – CyberSmart, NetSmartz
  • Digital Natives
  • 23. 10 minute break
  • 24. Web 2.0 Tools that help communicate and collaborate
    Wallwisher / Linoit
    Google Docs / PrimaryPad
  • PBWorks
    Additional options – wikispaces, wetpaint
  • 31. PBWorks
    Class Resources - Publish class notes, PowerPoint lectures, schedules and policies; show off examples of great student work.
    Group Projects - Build collaborative pages, start discussions and encourage comments.
    Parent Outreach - Keep parents involved. Post assignments, key dates and volunteer lists. All available at home, from work, or anywhere.
    Student Portfolios - Give students their own page to post content, upload homework, and share their work.
  • 32. Edmodo
    Edmodo provides teachers and students with a secure and easy way to post classroom materials, share links and videos, and access homework, grades and school notices.  
  • 33. Wallwisher
    What is wallwisher?
    Wallwisher is an Internet application that allows people to express their thoughts on a common topic easily.What is a wall?
    A wall is basically the 'web page' where people actually post messages.
  • 34. Lino
    Lino is an online web sticky note service that can be used to post memos, to-do lists, ideas, and photos anywhere on an online web canvas.
  • 35. Social Bookmarking
    a social bookmarking website which allows signed-up users to bookmark and tag web-pages
  • 36. Google Docs
  • 37. Mindomo
  • 38. Weebly
    What can I do with Weebly?
    Easily create a classroom website & blog
    Manage your students' accounts
    Accept homework assignments online
    Keep your parents up to date
  • 39. Shutterfly
    Notices and comments posted on the site are automatically sent to parents (including handouts, newsletters and homework assignments). Calendars help recruit and manage parent volunteers. Wish lists allow teachers request classroom needs. Pictures capture all the memories of classroom activities and field trips in one place.
  • 40. Voice Thread
  • 41. PhotoPeach
  • 42. Slideshare
    Upload and share your PowerPoint & Keynote presentations, Word & PDF documents and professional videos on SlideShare. Add audio to make a webinar.
  • 43. Glogster
    A web 2.0 platform that easily allows users to upload photos, videos, text, audio and more to create a unique online, interactive poster.
  • 44. Big Huge Labs
    Do fun stuff with your digital photos. Create and print personalized motivational posters, calendars, movie posters, magazine covers, badges, mosaics, etc.
  • 45. Kerpoof
    Kerpoof's multimedia software is used by kids worldwide to create original artwork, animated movies, stories, greeting cards and more. Elementary and middle school teachers can use Kerpoof in many ways to enhance classroom activities while meeting a range of educational standards.
  • 46. Animoto
    Enhance your digital classroom with Animoto, the perfect tool for creating videos and presentations. It takes just minutes to create a video which can bring your lessons to life.
    Educators apply for a free Animoto Plus account
  • 47. Capzles
    Capzles is a relatively new free site that lets you create entertaining social photo story lines very easily.
  • 48. Storybird
    Storybird is a service that uses collaborative storytelling to connect kids. Two (or more) people create a Storybird in a round robin fashion by writing their own text and inserting pictures. They then have the option of sharing their Storybird on the network. The final product can be watched on screen or shared through a worldwide library.
  • 49. Evaluating Technology Projects
    A rubric is an assessment tool that provides the criteria for evaluating a piece of student work. Specific levels of performance are listed along with a rating system such as need improvement, acceptable, or excellent. Rubrics can be used by both students and teachers.
    Sample Rubric
  • 50. What is your plan of action?
    So know that you have seen a variety of web tools…
    How do you plan to integrate technology into your grade/subject area?
    Take a few moments to talk at your table. Share how you could use 3 of these Web 2.0 tools in your classroom.
  • 51. Assessment
    Please complete this assessment by Tuesday, June 14th.
  • 52. Contact info:Diane SidoroffEducational Technology FacilitatorAustin ISDdiane.sidoroff@austinisd.org