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  • We are now on HOW do we help integrate technology….
  • Enhancement: Transfer, Impact, Appeal (Motivation). Something you couldn’t do before without technology.What is EFFICIENCY? Less time, reduces extra effort – What does it mean to be INEFFECTIVE? Has no effectEffectiveness is the completeness and accuracy with which users achieve specified goals. It is determined by looking at whether the user’s goals were met successfully and whether all work is correct. It can sometimes be difficult to separate effectiveness from efficiency, but they are not the same. Efficiency is concerned primarily with how quickly a task can be completed, while effectiveness considers how well the work is done.
  • Class prep review – check and discuss student’s understanding of the 3Es
  • [Can watch till 5:50]Video link: http://youtu.be/t48W7Wmk3AQ?t=22s
  • <br /> <br /> In the example, which E(s) is impacted the most? Why or why not? <br /> <br /> http://www.polleverywhere.com/free_text_polls/JAKPpEfaaepVj63
  • Example:As students review the three different types of matter (gas, liquids, solids), they may need reinforcement of certain principles. Therefore, a tutorial where student answer certain questions based on these principles, and when answered, the computer supplies a review of that information with a short flash movie, explaining the principles, students may be more likely to remember this principle and thus impact the effectiveness of the instruction.
  • THESE TWO WORDS GET MIXED UP FREQUENTLY SO LETS FOCUS ON THEM- HOW ARE THEY DIFFERENT???Webspiration Science example: http://www.webspirationpro.com/examples – This helps student learning by providing a graphic organizer so that students can see their similarities and differences with visual illustration.http://quizlet.com/http://www.learning.com/ahamath/usage/#See more tools to find 3E examples from https://spreadsheets.google.com/ccc?key=0Al1viVX2F2T2dHlEcHZ3VW9oNXZEUkdZcFAtTmZ5ZEE&authkey=CO-2rvcG&hl=en#gid=0This is probably the most familiar use of technology in teaching. Probably what most of you remember your teachers doing. But it can speed up the teaching OR learning process. We’re focusing on learning in this lecture.Technology lets us do things fasterStudents may be better able to produce writing drafts and quickly edit them by using a word processor and saving their drafts. Once they review it for mistakes, they can bring up the draft and quickly edit it as opposed to re-writing the piece.Here are some examples of tools that can help increase the efficiency of learning.Math:Speed up calculationsRedo statistics & quickly change inputMake different graphs quickly or quickly manipulate dataResearchingWriting draftsFind these examples!Writing Process:Electronic outliningConcept mappingdrafting, & revisingScience:Recording measurementsGetting access to data setsQuick analysisSocial Studies:Internet researchUS census dataALL:JeopardyArt:Graphic manipulation (quickly change media)Physical Ed:Track fitnessSPED:Assistive technology
  • LiveMocha is an online foreign language learning community, where learners are connected with other foreign language learners and native speakers. When you sign up, you can select your native language and the language you are working on. Then the system will suggest some friends for you to match the level you are on. You can text or video chat with your friends. You can also rate your friends to see whether they are helpful. The learning experience is engaging because the students are learning in the real world.Enhancement refers to technology that includes motivational elements, or just allows the teacher/student to do something that was otherwise impossible or difficult. Students may be investigating the Revolutionary War. Believe it or not, this topic is taught much differently in the United Kingdom as opposed to the United States. Students in the US may use technology to discuss the topic with students in the UK, gaining a broader perspective, thus enhancing their understanding of the topic.
  • Foreign Language – Wordle in Spanish Classroom. http://spanish4teachers.org/techblog/technology-tools-to-use-in-the-foreign-language-classroom/Social studies –Google Earth in SS classroom. http://www.activehistory.co.uk/Miscellaneous/free_stuff/google_earth/drake/index.htmScience – Mr. G’s Science podcasts. https://www.diigo.com/bookmark/http%3A%2F%2Fwww.educatoral.com%2Fwordpress%2F?tab=people&uname=w200educTAL –Gifted students learn in a virtual world. http://www.learnnc.org/lp/editions/every-learner/6776Math – Equation iBooks. http://timeproject.edublogs.org/2013/01/08/creating-equation-ibooks-with-book-creator/Early Ed - An educational game for younger kids. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WMzTGoemUTMhttp://sciencepirates.com/This instructional game help students to learn science concepts effectively (tested by standardized test). The students are highly engaged without realizing they are actually learning science. So it is addressing at least Effectiveness and Enhancement. Play the full video to two thirds. It first talks about enhancement and then addressing effectiveness. http://sciencepirates.com/classroom/objectives.html – their learning objectives stated clearly.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AkmHo7t3fy4s information in a format students can connect with.LiveMocha is an online foreign language learning community, where learners are connected with other foreign language learners and native speakers. When you sign up, you can select your native language and the language you are working on. Then the system will suggest some friends for you to match the level you are on. You can text or video chat with your friends. You can also rate your friends to see whether they are helpful. The learning experience is engaging because the students are learning in the real world.Enhancement refers to technology that includes motivational elements, or just allows the teacher/student to do something that was otherwise impossible or difficult. Students may be investigating the Revolutionary War. Believe it or not, this topic is taught much differently in the United Kingdom as opposed to the United States. Students in the US may use technology to discuss the topic with students in the UK, gaining a broader perspective, thus enhancing their understanding of the topic.Enhancing:Using technology increases student motivation & engagementUsing technology makes the impossible (or difficult) possibleCreates exceptional learning experiencesEfficient:Using technology to speed up the learning processUsing technology to quickly make educational materialsEnables more learning by eliminating laborious processesEffective::Using technology improves students understanding of concepts and termsUsing technology helps to increase authenticity of the experience (visually/activity immersion)Using technology provides additional practice-Using technology provides visual experience

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