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The future called!

  1. 1. Heather B. Askea Instructional Technology Coordinator/Instructor The University of Virginia’s College At Wise Center for Teaching Excellence
  2. 2. THESE ARE NOT THE DROIDS YOU’RE LOOKING FOR. . .
  3. 3. “ANY TEACHER THAT CAN BE REPLACED WITH A COMPUTER, DESERVES TO BE.” – DAVID THORNBURG
  4. 4. “THERE CAN BE INFINITE USES OF THE COMPUTER AND OF NEW AGE TECHNOLOGY, BUT IF TEACHERS THEMSELVES ARE NOT ABLE TO BRING IT INTO THE CLASSROOM AND MAKE IT WORK, THEN IT FAILS.” - NANCY KASSEBAUM
  5. 5. “WE NEED TECHNOLOGY IN EVERY CLASSROOM AND IN EVERY STUDENT AND TEACHER’S HAND, BECAUSE IT IS THE PEN AND PAPER OF OUR TIME, AND IT IS THE LENS THROUGH WHICH WE EXPERIENCE MUCH OF OUR WORLD.” – DAVID WARLICK
  6. 6. THEN VS. NOW
  7. 7. USING TECHNOLOGY VS. TECHNOLOGY INTEGRATION
  8. 8. LEARNING AND INNOVATION GO HAND IN HAND. THE ARROGANCE OF SUCCESS IS TO THINK THAT WHAT YOU DID YESTERDAY WILL BE SUFFICIENT FOR TOMORROW. WILLIAM POLLARD
  9. 9. WHAT IS AN INNOVATIVE TEACHER ?
  10. 10. A THOUGHTFUL PLANNER o Uses pacing and curriculum guides o Thinks through the lesson design process o Turns the classroom into a learning laboratory
  11. 11. SOME TOOLS FOR PLANNING Academic Planners - templates in MS Word or MS Excel Assign-A-Day - Teachers create calendars for their classes and add assignments for the students to view Classroom Set-up Tool - Create your classroom environment without moving a chair! Classroom Set up - Architect - Outline Your Classroom Floor Plan. Classroom Set up -Seating Chart Maker - Quickest and easiest way to make yourself a seating chart for your classroom. All you need to do is make a class list, drag and drop students desks wherever you want, then print. Do the Research! Worksheets - A variety of activities for getting students engaged in the research process. Student Grouping Tool - Easily group your students randomly with this tool. FreeRubric Makers - from Teach-nology (scroll down) Time Line Maker - from Teach-nology (scroll down) Weekly Assignment Sheet Generator - great for weekly homework assignments Weekly Multi-Subject Assignment - from Teach-nology (scroll down) Weekly Planning Tool - Calendar help for planning Weekly Assignment Sheet Generator - from Teach-nology (scroll down)
  12. 12. USER OF DATA o Uses data effectively o Gathers a wide variety of data o Uses technology to gather data efficiently
  13. 13. SOME TOOLS FOR DATA COLLECTION Easy Test Maker - free online test generator to create your tests Guidelines for Appropriate Assessment - How can I ensure the integrity of my assessments? (A checklist of assessment procedures) HotPotatoes - The Hot Potatoes suite includes six applications, enabling you to create interactive multiple-choice, short-answer, jumbled-sentence, crossword, matching/ordering and gap-fill exercises for the World Wide Web Online Resources for Assessment - Adopting, adapting, or developing an aligned assessment for your lesson QuizMaker JavaScript Wizard - Make tests easily. Quizlet: Make tests and study materials Quiz Star - Create quizzes for students to take and review online. Rubrics  Project Based Learning Checklists from 4Teachers.org  Rubric Builder - a free service of the Landmark project  Rubric Generators from Teach-nology - The generators will allow you to make several types of grading rubrics by filling out a simple form. The materials are made instantly and can be printed directly from your computer (scroll down)  Rubric Help - an extensive list of rubrics and rubric development sites  RubiStar - a tool to help the teacher who wants to use rubrics but does not have the time to develop them from scratch. Self-Grading Quiz Creator - create any one of several types of self-grading JavaScript quizzes, store them on your personal computer for later use, or publish them to your personal or commercial web site PollEverywhere: Create on the fly questions and see real time feedback
  14. 14. AN ADVENTURER o Willing to try new strategies and tools o Allow students to take the lead o Looks for the “best of the new”
  15. 15. FIND THE RIGHT TOOLS
  16. 16. A LEARNER o Shares what “works” with others o Stays connected o Participates in Professional Development
  17. 17. FIND YOUR “PEOPLE”
  18. 18. ACCORDING TO THE 2013 SPEAK UP SURVEY
  19. 19. I CHALLENGE YOU! Heather B. Askea Instructional Technology Coordinator/Instructor The University of Virginia’s College At Wise Center for Teaching Excellence Resources for this presentation at found at: www.learningdifferently.wikispaces.com

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