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  • Some basic things to think about - especially: 'Are there technological skills that the students need to know about before they begin the activity. I might have to teach them how to do a choice or a poll, and that 'submit' and 'post' and 'publish' might do the same thing...
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  • Designing a technology enhanced lesson.
  • Where to Start?
    • Start with what you know. You teach the curriculum and not technology.
    • You’re the curriculum EXPERT!
  • The Goal?
    • Fix up the house.
    • What Tools to Use?
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  • Not Knowing Knowing
    • Enhance for greater engagement
    • Encourage and support collaboration
    • Expand access and the abilities
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    • We live in a visual/auditory/kinesthetic world. The more we enhance with these the greater possibility for engagement.
    • This is all about the how technology enables us to make work non-linear, portable and achievable.
    • We should be moving toward projects and products that we could not do before we had access to the new technology tools.
  • Lesson Planning
  • Lesson Assessment
    • Student-produced assignments using technology require a variety of skills and call for alternative types of assessment.
    • Teachers will need to look closely at the process - not just the product - and develop checklists, rubrics or anecdotal records to assess the learning, to give students feedback on a particular project and to show them the areas that need improvement.
    • Students need to be involved in developing the assessment guidelines to that they know, from the beginning of the lesson through its completion, what is required of them at each step. Word the assessment procedure so that they understand and organize it in manageable parts.
  • Things to Think About
    • How much time does the class need to complete a lesson?
    • How do I need to arrange the classroom for implementation of the lesson?
    • Can I move my computer from one location to another with longer networking cords/wireless?
    • How should I group the students for cooperative learning activities?
    • Are there technology skills involved that your students need to learn before they begin the activity?
    • Is the equipment you plan to use connected and in working order?
    • Most importantly, have you implemented technology for technology's sake or have you integrated technology as an essential part of the learning process already in place in your classroom?