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  • Audience = school boardOur hat = teachers and technology specialists
  • The rapid development of new technologies has brought about great social changes in many areas and activities. The school should not only monitor these changes but also use information technology and communication for the benefit of the learning process in all phases of school life. The integration of new technologies in education and the proper use of them will bring long-term significant innovations in the learning-teaching process itself. A key advantage of technology is the ability to offer many different experiences, providing an opportunity to children from different social, economic, etc. levels to learn and express themselves in multiple ways. The computer is used to vindicate itself in the minds of children, not as an autonomous subject, but as an everyday tool for teaching, learning and communication. The computer plays the role of the window to information sources and provides a forum for communication and remote management. The students will become more sociable, creative , involved and their interest will increase. They will be less passive recipients and they will actively build their knowledge
  • In the classroom, teachers are attempting to solve problems of practice using pedagogical knowledge and tools available to them. You will next hear a sound byte from Dr. Peggy O’Keefe, the director of Instruction for Bendle Public Schools in Burton, MI.In other words, technology is implemented into the curriculum in order to enhance student learning. Technology, in itself, is useless in a classroom setting unless it is paired with proven pedagogic methods. Brabec says, “Building lessons on a solid, research-based foundation of effective strategies, adding appropriate technologies, and consistently applying those strategies should help ensure high-quality instruction that has the potential of maximizing student achievement.”
  • Technology is not just a tool. It can be combined with the basic learning theories that we all (educators) have studied and have great results in students’ learning process. This combination creates learning environments that: -Provide experience on multiple perspectives and on the knowledge building process. -integrate learning in realistic environments-Encourage the ownership of expression, the use of multiple forms of representation of reality and the self-consciousness in the process of building knowledge
  • Bruner’s discovery learning theory talks about three types of representations: enactive, iconic and symbolic.There representations are also reflected in ICT. Interactive learning with computer is a form of enactive representation. Open hypermedia systems is a forms of iconic representation and finally, simulation and modeling systems are forms of symbolic representations.
  • Assimilation, compliance ,adjustment, schema are the 4 basic concepts of the structural constructivism of Piaget. Educational applications of ICT is connected to those 4 basic concepts since they support the construction of knowledge, they allow investigations, they support learning through practice and they are cognitive associates,
  • A schema with the main representatives of implementing socio-cultural theories and how they apply in education through technologyAt top row we can see the theories. Second row the major representatives of each theory.And finally the ICT applications that are related to the theories and how they are connected.
  • Technology can be used to support 21st century skills, which are critical skills that students need to be productive citizens and successful in continuing education and business. In order to be competitive in the global economy, students will need to optimize knowledge-based resources, particularly in science and technology. Computers and technology will continue to replace workers who perform routine tasks, but will compliment workers who perform non-routine tasks that require critical thinking and problem solving.)References:http://www.21stcenturyskills.org/documents/21st_century_skills_education_and_competitiveness_guide.pdf http://www.futurelab.org.uk/resources/documents/lit_reviews/DigitalParticipation.pdf(Might not include all of the benefits slide – collecting them all then we will decide)
  • In a case study of Matas Elementary School, in Metairie Louisiana, teachers reporters that using technology helped them reach all types of learners, including visual learners, auditory learners, and hands-on learners. Tools including interactive white boards, student response systems, video, and podcasts allow all types of learners to be engaged.Reference: Matas case study(Might not include all of the benefits slide – collecting them all then we will decide)
  • Student response system technology such as Promethean ActiVotes or even cell phones can provide teachers with immediate feedback during lessons. Teachers know whether students understand the lesson and can make adjustments immediately versus finding out days or weeks later that the students did not understand the material.References:http://www.prometheanworld.com/server.php?show=ConWebDoc.81 http://www.prometheanworld.com/upload/pdf/A_Great_Response.pdfhttp://www.cellphonesinlearning.com/(Might not include all of the benefits slide – collecting them all then we will decide)
  • Last year students at T.H. Harris Middle School, in Metairie Louisiana, participated in several technology projects, including creating podcasts for the Louisiana State Museum and for the National World War II Museum. These projects contributed to increasing LEAP (Louisiana Educational Assessment Program) scores in social studies and English language arts by 10 points for the same group of students from the previous year!)(Might not include all of the benefits slide – collecting them all then we will decide)
  • Colleen Winkler, AP Literature teacher at Riverdale High School, Jefferson Louisiana, uses a blog to engage students. Listen to this TeacherTube video to hear about their experience.)
  • Wikis are webpages that anyone can edit right in their browser.They can be used for many applications such as database, portfolios, group projects, etc. some of the most popular Wiki creation sites are Google Docs, Wikispaces and Pbworks!

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  • 1. Pro-TechnologyChrysoula MalogianniLiz Ambrose PriebeSarah RosedahlCasey Schaub 
  • 2. Technology in K12
  • 3. Introduction
    ICT brought social changes
    ICT brings changes in the structure and orientation of the education system:
    offers many different experiences
    provides opportunities to students from different social, economic, etc. levels to learn
    students express themselves in multiple ways
    students become sociable, creative, involved, active
  • 4. Technology is a Tool
  • 5. Learning Environments Based on Constructive Learning Theories with ICT
    provide experience on the process of building knowledge
    provide experience and appreciation of multiple perspectives
    integration of learning in realistic environments (contexts) which are directly related to the real world
    encourage ownership of opinion and expression in the learning process consolidation of learning through social experience
    encourage the use of multiple forms of representation of reality
    encourage the self-consciousness in the process of building knowledge
    (Boyle 1997)
  • 6. ICT and Bruner’s Discovery Learning
    interactive learning with computer
    enactive representations
    open hypermedia systems
    iconic representations
    simulation and modeling systems
    symbolic representations
    Discovery of principles and skill development through experimentation and practice (Bruner)
  • 7. ICT and Piaget’s Constructivism
    Educational applications of ICT:
    • Support the construction of knowledge (ideas, understanding, representation)
    -ASSIMILATION
    • allow investigations (access and compare information)
    -COMPLIANCE
    • support learning through practice (simulation)
    -ADJUSTMENT
    • be cognitive associates (expression and interconnection of knowledge)
    -SCHEMA
  • 8. Socio-cultural Theories
    Social constructivism
    Vygotsky’s theory
    Theory of Activity
    Established intellect
    Doise & Mugny
    Vygotsky
    Luria
    Leontiev
    Engestrom & Nardi
    Lave
    Brown
    Wegner
    Internet Applications
    (chat, forums, video conferences)
    Search Engines
    Digital Libraries
    Educational Portal
    Computer cooperative learning systems
  • 9. Benefits of Technology
    21st Century Skills
    Creativity and Innovation
    Critical Thinking and Problem Solving
    Communication and Collaboration
    Information and Media Literacy
    ICT Literacy
  • 10. Benefits of Technology
    Technology Supports All Types of Learners
    Visual Learners
    Auditory Learners
    Hands-on Learners
  • 11. Benefits of Technology
    Student Response Systems
    Support
    Assessment and Remediation
  • 12. Benefits of Technology
    Authentic Learning Opportunities
    http://harristechnology.wetpaint.com/
  • 13. Benefits of Technology
    Making Curriculum Accessible
    Allowing students to explore abilities that might not be otherwise apparent.
    http://www.lburkhart.com
    http://www2edc.org/NCIP
    http://www.atia.org
  • 14. Michigan Teaching Standards and Technology
    Leadership
    Digital Citizenship
    Student Learning
    Data Driven Decisions
    Professional Learning
    Broadband Access
    Shared Resources
  • 15. Michigan Teaching Standards and Technology
    And potentially the most
    difficult for some areas of the
    state…..
    Funding
    http://www.michigan.gov/mde/0,1607,7-140-28753_33232_37328---,00.html
    http://www.techplan.org/
  • 16. Drawbacks and How to Address Them
  • 17. Testimonial: GeoGebra in Algebra I
    Student Objective: A3.1.4 Find an equation of the line parallel or perpendicular to given line, through a given point; understand and use the fact(s) that non-vertical parallel lines have equal slopes, and that non-vertical perpendicular lines have slopes that multiply to give -1.
  • 18. Testimonial: Assistive Technology
    Technology can be a means to give students with
    disabilities the tools to participate more meaningfully and independently in life experiences.
    Tools for learning!
  • 19. Testimonial: Assistive Technology
    Three Broad Categories:
    Communication
    Academic Support
    Social Support
  • 20. Testimonial: Blogs for Literature
    Jefferson Parish Public Schools Teacher Uses Blog for AP Literature Class
    http://www.teachertube.com/viewVideo.php?video_id=118521&title=Jefferson_Parish_AP_Englsih_Teacher_Uses_Blog&ref=srosedahl
  • 21. Testimonial: Wikis
    Wiki
    “a web page (or a collection of web pages) that anyone can edit right in their browser”
    Uses of Wiki:
    Database (Wikipedia)
    Portfolio
    Group Project
    Textbook
    Syllabus
    Reading List
    • Web-based Wiki Creation Sites:
    Google Docs
    Wikispaces
    Pbworks (Pbwiki)
  • 22. Conclusion
    The students we teach
    today will inhabit a world
    much different than ours:
    • more inclusive
    • 23. more connected
    • 24. adapted to a more rapid
    rate of change
  • 25. References
    21st century skills, education & competitiveness. (2008). Retrieved from http://www.21stcenturyskills.org/documents
    Attwood, T. (2000). Strategies for improving the social integration of children with asperger syndrome. Autism, 4(1), 85-100.
    A Great response. (n.d.). Retrieved from http://www.prometheanworld.com/upload/pdf/A_Great_Response.pdf.
    Bigge, Morris L.(2009). Learning Theories for Teachers
    Brabec, K., Fisher, K., & Pitler, H. (2004). Building better instruction: How technology supports nine research-proven instructional strategies. Learning & Leading with Technology.31 (5). p. 6-11
    Chernak, V., & McBride, M. (2009, August/September). Transforming non-writers into writers with word prediction. Retrieved from www.closingthegap.com/solutions/articles/1742
  • 26. References
    Erickson, K., & Koppenhaver, D. (2007). Children with disabilities: reading and writing the four-blocks way. Greensboro, North Carolina: Carson-Dellosa.
    Erickson, K., & Koppenhaver, D. (1997). Integrated communication and literacy instruction for a child with multiple disabilities. Focus on Autism and Other Developmental Disabilities 12 (3): 142-150
    Hague, C, & Williamson, B. (2009). Digital participation, digital literacy, and school subjects. Retrieved from http://www.futurelab.org.uk/resources/documents/lit_reviews/DigitalParticipation.pdf
    Slavin R. (2000). Educational Psychology, Theory and Practice
    Zhao, Y. (2003). What Teachers Need to Know about Technology? Framing the Question. What Should Teachers Know about Technology? Perspectives and Practices. Research Methods for Educational Technology Series. Ed. Yong Zhao. Information Age Publishing: Greenwich, CT.