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Mini lecture 1 week 6
Mini lecture 1 week 6
Mini lecture 1 week 6
Mini lecture 1 week 6
Mini lecture 1 week 6
Mini lecture 1 week 6
Mini lecture 1 week 6
Mini lecture 1 week 6
Mini lecture 1 week 6
Mini lecture 1 week 6
Mini lecture 1 week 6
Mini lecture 1 week 6
Mini lecture 1 week 6
Mini lecture 1 week 6
Mini lecture 1 week 6
Mini lecture 1 week 6
Mini lecture 1 week 6
Mini lecture 1 week 6
Mini lecture 1 week 6
Mini lecture 1 week 6
Mini lecture 1 week 6
Mini lecture 1 week 6
Mini lecture 1 week 6
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  • Cliff Notes (Study guides)
  • PurposeProviding information for studentsFormatText; Image; AnimationNo significant interactionExamplesLow TechReference books; textbooksNews Sources (traditional format)Instructional TV; VideoEx. Reading Rainbow; Nat. Geo.High TechOnline reference materials; Online videoWikipediaTeacherTube; YouTubeNews SourcesEducation Podcasts
  • This should take about 15 min.
  • One of the most popular and commonly used content exploration tools: Webquests….
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    • 1. EDUC W200 Week 6 CONTENT EXPLORATION TASKS & TOOLS Week 6
    • 2. EDUC W200 Week 6 TOOLS vs TASKS WHAT ARE THEY? WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE?
    • 3. EDUC W200 Week 6 ABOUT OUR CATEGORIES • 5 Categories of Tasks and Tools in W200 o Content Exploration Tasks o Production Tasks o Communication Tasks o Data Collection and Analysis Tasks o Productivity Tasks * Click HERE for more info on the five types of tasks
    • 4. EDUC W200 Week 6 ABOUT OUR CATEGORIES • We have categorized our tasks o Not exclusive, categories can overlap o Tools can be used in more than one category • It’s all about how you use a tool for a task o Depends on who is using the tool (Student? Teacher?) o Ex. Powerpoint can be: • Teacher Content Exploration Tool • Student Production Tool
    • 5. EDUC W200 Week 6 TOOLS FOR VARIOUS TASKS: FIVE MAIN CATEGORIES TASKS CONTENT EXPLORATION PRODUCTION COMMUNICATION DATA COLLECTION AND ANALYSIS PRODUCTIVITY This week, we will start with this category...
    • 6. EDUC W200 Week 6 DEFINITION • Content Exploration Tasks o Helps students/teachers obtain knowledge of the content (exploring new knowledge, reviewing knowledge, & applying knowledge) • Intro to Content Exploration Tasks o Video by a former W200 student!
    • 7. EDUC W200 Week 6 BUILDING KNOWLEDGE IS THE PURPOSE OF THE TOOL FOR CONTENT EXPLORATION TASK Explore New Knowledge Review Knowledge Apply Knowledge TASKS CONTENT EXPLORATION PRODUCTION COMMUNICATION DATA COLLECTION AND ANALYSIS PRODUCTIVITY
    • 8. EDUC W200 Week 6 BREAKING DOWN CONTENT EXPLORATION TASKS A LITTLE MORE Explore New Knowledge Review Knowledge Apply Knowledge 1. Textbook 2. Science Lab TASKS CONTENT EXPLORATION PRODUCTION COMMUNICATI ON DATA COLLECTION AND ANALYSIS PRODUCTIVITY
    • 9. EDUC W200 Week 6 BREAKING DOWN CONTENT EXPLORATION TASKS A LITTLE MORE Explore New Knowledge Review Knowledge Apply Knowledge 1. Flash Cards 2. Cliff Notes TASKS CONTENT EXPLORATION PRODUCTION COMMUNICATI ON DATA COLLECTION AND ANALYSIS PRODUCTIVITY
    • 10. EDUC W200 Week 6 Explore New Knowledge Review Knowledge Apply Knowledge 1. Foreign Language Practice 2. Math Word Problems BREAKING DOWN CONTENT EXPLORATION TASKS A LITTLE MORE TASKS CONTENT EXPLORATION PRODUCTION COMMUNICATI ON DATA COLLECTION AND ANALYSIS PRODUCTIVITY
    • 11. EDUC W200 Week 6 Standard MA.K.4.1 2000 Objective Compare and contrast Shapes Task 1 Compare shapes with real-life objects Task 2 Tool 1: Glogster Tool 2: Prezi Tool 3 Tool 4 Choosing a Tool: Thought Process
    • 12. EDUC W200 Week 6 TYPES OF TOOL FOR CONTENT EXPLORATION TASKS Drill & Practice Least Complex Most Complex Reference Tutorials Educational Games Simulations Open Ended Tools TASKS CONTENT EXPLORATION PRODUCTION COMMUNICATION DATA COLLECTION AND ANALYSIS PRODUCTIVITY
    • 13. EDUC W200 Week 6 REFERENCE |Explores Knowledge| TYPES OF TOOL FOR CONTENT EXPLORATION TASKS • Purpose o Providing information for students • Format o Text; Image; Animation o No significant interaction • Examples o (Instructional TV) o (YouTube, Wikipedia)
    • 14. EDUC W200 Week 6 TYPES OF TOOL FOR CONTENT EXPLORATION TASKS • Purpose o Reinforce concepts o Allows for feedback • Format o Flashcard, Animation • Examples o Flash Card  Ex. OnLine FlashCard o Typing Programs  Ex. OnLine Typing Program DRILL & PRACTICE |Reviews Knowledge|
    • 15. EDUC W200 Week 6 TUTORIAL |Explores / Reviews Knowledge| TYPES OF TOOL FOR CONTENT EXPLORATION TASKS • Purpose o Introduces new material o Instruction with practice and review  Entire instructional sequence • Format o Content is presented and then evaluated whether content is learned (includes drill & practice) o Linear or Hypermedia • Examples o Rosetta Stone (Installed in the TTL) o Khan Academy
    • 16. EDUC W200 Week 6 EDUCATIONAL GAMES |Explore / Reviews / Applies Knowledge| TYPES OF TOOL FOR CONTENT EXPLORATION TASKS • Purpose o Present and review content • Format o Content is packaged in a sequence of game rules • Examples o Oregon Trail (IPAD Version) o Quest Atlantis o Reader Rabbit o More educational games • Video: o Reinforcing Skills through Games
    • 17. EDUC W200 Week 6 SIMULATION |Applies Knowledge| TYPES OF TOOL FOR CONTENT EXPLORATION TASKS • Purpose o Emulation of real thing, state of affairs or process  Allows the user to see the impact of one’s decisions and/or actions • Format o Models physical phenomena and hypothetical situations  Simulation builders  Microworlds • Examples o Mars-Earth Orbits o Curiosity Mars Lander Simulation o SimCity
    • 18. EDUC W200 Week 6 FROG DISSECTION SIMULATION • One more simulation using the Smartboard (Or the iPad!) • Instructors: If using the iPad, bring the Collaboration TV in to the classroom.
    • 19. EDUC W200 Week 6 OPEN ENDED TOOLS |Explores/Reviews / Applies Knowledge| TYPES OF TOOL FOR CONTENT EXPLORATION TASKS • Purpose o Provide opportunities to interact with content o Tools to help students solve problems • Format o Tool can be manipulated to accommodate various content areas o Not necessarily a goal • Examples o Google Earth – VIDEO (Historical Imagery) o Geometer Sketchpad – VIDEO (Understanding what GS is)
    • 20. EDUC W200 Week 6 HANDS-ON ACTIVITY: CONTENT EXPLORATION TASKS AND TOOLS • Six categories of content exploration tools o Go to the Week 6 webpage, and you will find a list of tools for your subject area and some generic tools o In addition, we have iPad apps for different subject areas… o Go ahead and explore these tools or apps as a group o HINT: Go back to your case analysis and look for an iPad app for your Case Analysis
    • 21. EDUC W200 Week 6 DEMONSTRATION TIME! • On the Apple TV/Splashtop, show us the app you explored! o What type of Content Exploration is it? o What grade level would you use it with? o How could it be used?
    • 22. EDUC W200 Week 6 BREAK
    • 23. EDUC W200 Week 6 REVIEW: WHAT IS A WEBQUEST?

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