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  • 1. Teaching and Learning in the 21 st Century Wayne RESA New Teacher Academy
  • 2. Pay Attention
  • 3. Why don’t teachers use technology in their classrooms? Can you be a good teacher without using technology in your classroom?
  • 4.
    • As educators, is using technology a part of our job?
    • Are educators who are not using technology doing their job?
  • 5. preparing students for their future not our past
  • 6. 21 st Century Skills 21 st Century Teaching and Learning
  • 7. State and Federal Mandates
    • Michigan Educational Technology Standards and Expectations (
    • 8th Grade Technology Literacy (NCLB)
    • Online Learning Experience – Michigan HS Graduation Requirements
  • 8. digital native digital immigrant students teachers
  • 9. Marc Prensky
  • 10. digital native students quick, random access to information multiple sources multitask pictures, sound, video before text network, collaborate just in time
  • 11. digital immigrate teachers controlled, sequential information limited sources single processing text before pictures, sound, video independent work just in case (it’s on the exam)
  • 12. 24 Hours in the Life of a Digital Native (video)
  • 13. Digital Age Literacy
    • Technology Literacy
    • Information Literacy
    • Digital Citizenship
    • Engages digital native learners
  • 14. A few cool technologies
  • 15. Web 1.0 Web 2.0 consume create, customize, collaborate
  • 16. Web 2.0
    • Read Write Web
    • Web is the platform
    • Sharing is inherent to the tool
    • Facilitates communication and interaction
  • 17. Web 2.0
    • The conversation is global ongoing and you are invited
  • 18. Web 2.0
    • Blogs / RSS
    • Wikis
    • Podcasting
    • Online Video
  • 19. Blogs web logs … blogs blogger blogging blogosphere edublog websites with text, links, images Ms. Mercer's Class Blog
  • 20. concise posts links to others updated regularly purpose blogger = reader Blogs
  • 21. anyone can take part in the great dialog on the net Blogs
  • 22. RSS subscribe to feeds in one place bring content to you Bloglines
  • 23. Hawaiian for “quick” Users edit content Collaborative online writing space Wikipedia Wikis
  • 24. Should we allow students to use Wikipedia? What are its benefits? drawbacks?
  • 25. ipod + broadcasting = podcasting digital audio content mp3 player makes it portable Radio Willow Web Podcasting
  • 26. YouTube TeacherTube – download videos Online Video
  • 27. Data collection and analysis Visual environment Interactive InspireData
  • 28. Please fasten your seatbelt and keep your seat in the upright position Google Earth
  • 29. Second Life Teen SL SL Teaser Virtual Worlds
  • 30. Story told in a 2-5 minute digital production Narrated piece of personal writing Graphics, drawings, photos, or video Musical soundtrack Digital Storytelling
  • 31. Photo Story 3 free download from Microsoft for Windows XP or better (Google it) Digital Storytelling
  • 32. I can’t master all this technology and the kids can figure it out on their own… so what is my role? I’m worried that soon the tools will replace the me!
  • 33. Jacki Campbell Instructional Technology Consultant Wayne RESA [email_address]