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  • Best Practices
    January 19th and 20th
  • Point/CounterPoint Assignment
    Point/CounterPoint DebateYou will design, develop, research and present an engaging debate on a current topic in education technology. You will work with one or two other people to develop your debate. The debate will be presented in class for 50 minutes (an additional 10 minutes will be used for question/answer at the end of the debate). You are not required to use technology in your debate, but are strongly encouraged to be creative in the structure (in the past people have used puppets, created movies or slideshows, done skits, or even dressed up). You are required to show all sides of the issue (some issues have three or four perspectives, so make sure these are represented). In addition, you MUST include at least 2 pieces of key research and/or statistics revolving around the issue. Topics for debate:
    Are Internet Filters Helping or Harming?
    Should Student Cell Phones be Used in Classroom Instruction?
    Can Video Games Be Used to Teach?
    Should Social Networking be Used in Classroom Instruction?
    Is PowerPoint Harming Our Students?
    Is Technology Necessary for School Learning?
    Should All Schools Use Open Source Software?
    Are Virtual Schools An Appropriate Alternative to Face to Face Instruction?
    Are 1:1 Laptop Programs Helping Students Learn?
  • Netvibes
    http://netvibes.com
  • Podcast Assignment
    http://blogtalkradio.com(post link on your start page)
  • What is a Podcast?
    iPod + Broadcast=Podcast
    An audio recording that is distributed via the internet.
    It can be downloaded and listen to via a PC or mobile device
    It has a syndicated feed that uses RSS to pull the files to the user
  • Types of Podcasts
    Audio (MP3 format)
    Enhanced Audio-with images (Mv4 format)
    Video (mpg4 or mov format)
    PDF (ebooks)
  • Ideas for Podcasts
    Personal Narratives, Original Work..Poetry
    Mock Conventions or Science Fairs
    Oral histories
    Vocab and/or concept practice
    Brainstorming Sessions
    Overview of unit
    Oral Reports or Speeches
    Radio Theater or broadcasts
    Radio commercials
    Interviews
    Newscast-Information for parents
  • Podcasting Process
    Decide on the “type” of podcast
    Radio broadcast, Radio Theater, Interview…etc
    Write a pitch
    Paragraph on “this is a podcast about…”
    Get it approved by teacher, then…
    Write a script
    Get the Media
    Images, sounds, music…etc
    Practice, Practice, Practice
    Record the Podcast
    Post to the web
  • Sample Classroom Podcasts
    Educators Podcasting Network
    http://epnweb.org
    Tony Vincent
    http://learninginhand.com/podcasting/find.html
    Podcasts for Teachers
    http://www.podcastforteachers.org/
    Wes Fryer’s Podcasting Site
    http://teachdigital.pbwiki.com/podcasting
  • How can I listen to a podcast?
    RSS
    Rich Site Summary OR Real Simple Syndication.
  • Assignment: Live Podcast
    You and a partner will be in charge of creating a podcast two times.
    You will create an account at http://blogtalkradio.com
    Each podcast must be 30 minutes
    The topic (theme) of each podcast should relate to education (but does not necessarily need to related to technology).
    Post a link to your podcast on your startpage.
    Post the date/time of each podcast on your startpage (at least 1 week before the podcast)
  • Sample Podcast
    • 0-.30: Introduction Music and overview of agenda
    • .30-5:00: Current Events in Education
    • 5:00-25:00: Interview with School Principal on how they deal with cell phones and students.
    • 25:00-30:00: Closing article—select a few quotes (something to wrap up discussion on topic of cell phones)
  • Sample Blog Talk Podcasts
    http://www.blogtalkradio.com/mac09
    http://www.blogtalkradio.com/soe0910
    http://www.blogtalkradio.com/elikeren
  • Your PodcastingSite
    Blog Talk Radio
    http://blogtalkradio.com
    Create an account
    Set up your podcast
    Post a link on your startpage
    Decide on two dates/times
    Decide on “themes” or “topics”
  • Professional Journal Article Share
    5 minutes or less
    Project your resource and explain WHY it is helpful.
    Make sure your link is posted on your start page.
  • Webinars
  • Ideas for using webinars in teaching and learning?
    Study/review session for interested students before big tests
    Give students who miss school (illness, etc) a chance to make-up a class presentation assignment
    Recordings of webinars can be used to re-teach material as needed.
    Allows for students to teach other student - have them attend webinars as homework assignments
    Students can develop their own webinars on a particular research topic.
  • 9 Things Learned for Teaching Online
    Teaching online is a lot of work.
    Students appreciate regular communication and timely feedback on their progress.
    Many great tools exist but aren't always necessary.
    Assignments and activities take more time online.
    Students need extrinsic motivation.
    Give deadlines.
    Online courses are not right for all students.
    Ask students what works and what doesn't.
    Teaching online can inform what you do in the classroom if you have opportunities to teach both online and classroom-based courses.
    http://elearnmag.org/subpage.cfm?section=best_practices&article=57-1
  • How to create a Webinar
    http://dimdim.com
  • Webinar Requirements
    Working with one partner
    teach your fellow classmates about a best-practice lesson that you have taught, will teach, or have observed someone else teaching using technology.
    Your webinar will run 30 minutes in length and will include;
    the lesson plan
    images from the lesson and/or sample student products
    Allow classmates to participate in the 30-minute webinar (pretend they are students doing a portion of the project, question/answer session, polling them…etc).
    Must be conducted between January 24th-30th
    Webinar steps posted on Blackbloard Under Assignments---Webinars
  • An Example
    http://recp.dimdim.com/view/dimdim/bb7f2bac-37d3-102d-9515-003048642bd7
  • Homework
    Conduct your webinar
    Participate in 2 other webinars
    Post Webinar link on Start Page
    Decide on 1st Podcast date/time/theme
    Begin Prof Journal Article
    Begin thinking about Point/CounterPoint Debate (on start page post your topic and who you are working with). You will have work time on the 2nd.