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Collaborative Spaces: Presentation for NC Region 7 Digital Learning Academy

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  • icebreaker & door prizes <br /> before signing, have to introduce yourself <br /> 1 pt for signature, 1 pt for knowing district & role <br />
  • Expectation is that you will create a deliverable to share with colleagues in your school/district & with others through School Net <br /> Form for submitting deliverable is on the wiki <br />
  • During video, talk with your team about how you will share with your school/district <br /> Take a few moments to create a structure to organize that sharing <br /> Determine roles for today - note-taking, etc. <br /> Are you going to create a website? collaborative notes? a presentation? lesson plans? a workshop? <br />
  • video - penguins & rope <br />
  • Shift tech use from teacher-centered to student-driven <br /> What percentage of teachers in your building are using technology at each of these levels? <br />
  • goal for today isn’t to add new tools to your toolbox <br /> goal is to redefine student learning & professional learning <br />
  • 5 min table talk - Choose a different task & brainstorm for each level <br /> Examples of tasks at each level <br /> Focus on learning tasks, not tools <br /> Keep this framework in mind as you learn about new applications for online learning spaces today <br />
  • Make 1 or 2 statements, then ask participants to share their own swimming analogies. Ask folks to tweet them. <br /> You have to be comfortable wading in the water before you can swim in the deep end <br /> Teachers will drown if they try to go into the deep end too quickly. How can we help teachers wade in the shallow end? <br /> We must help teachers see the purpose of swimming in the deep end before helping them get there. <br /> Some teachers may dive off the diving board while others need swimming lessons and floaties for a while. <br /> All teachers in the deep end need a lifeguard close by. Is that you? <br />
  • 15 minutes <br /> Have every table number off 2 to however many tables there are <br /> Each table select a recorder <br /> Each table fill in a row on all 4 tabs in this Google Spreadsheet <br />
  • partners brainstorm another professional learning task & take it through the 4 levels <br />
  • Don’t wear yourself out by constantly treading water in the deep end. Sometimes, you can stand up and breathe. Some technologies can be used to simply help us be more efficient with teaching and administrative tasks. Not every use of technology in our schools has to be redefining learning. <br /> Learning can even happen around the edges of the pool! <br /> When we’re in the pool, students can’t be on the edges cheering us on. They need to be in the pool with us. <br />
  • Reflect via Twitter. Use twijector to display tweets. <br /> Where do you, your students, & your teachers spend the most time? shallow end or deep end <br /> What are your next steps to move toward deeper, more meaningful uses of technology that redefine what’s possible in our schools? <br />
  • Goal for the afternoon <br />
  • time for individual goal-setting <br /> focus is on redefining student learning & professional learning, not adding new tools to your toolbox <br />
  • Remember: Focus isn’t on tools. Goal is to redefine student learning & professional learning. <br />
  • Everyone reply to Google Form on Wiki &gt;&gt; How much do you know about CIPA, COPPA, & FERPA? <br /> Show summary of responses <br />
  • show page of resources on the wiki <br />
  • Take 10 minutes to explore the wiki & choose your focus. Set a goal & share with your team. <br />
  • Last slide before lunch <br />
  • inspirational video after lunch before we get started <br />
  • Revisit this pad let wall to see what’s been shared <br />
  • Reminder: Our goal for the afternoon <br />
  • Have a couple of people share their goals w/ the group <br />
  • As you explore resources on the wiki & work on creating your own processes for redefining learning, share ideas & examples on the Padlet wall on your specific wiki page <br />
  • Regroup based on your focus for the afternoon <br /> Group by task (i.e. e-portfolio, blogging, etc.) <br /> Will join your school/district groups after work session to share your progress <br />
  • 90 minutes <br />
  • 20-30 minutes <br /> What new possibilities do you envision? <br /> What are you wondering? <br /> Brainstorm w/ your team ways to share this morning’s content w/ your school / district <br />
  • 20-30 minutes <br /> Revisit this morning’s plans for creating a deliverable for School Net <br /> How have your plans changed since this morning? <br /> Collaborative team time <br />
  • Tweet a final reflection for the day <br />
  • Think - What are the implications for your role in your students’ learning & your own professional learning? <br /> Go be a hero for your students & colleagues <br />

Collaborative Spaces Collaborative Spaces Presentation Transcript

  • COLLABORATIVE SPACES DIGITAL LEARNING ACADEMY
  • JAYME LINTON Program coordinator, Master of Science in Online Teaching & Instructional Design Lenoir-Rhyne University @jaymelinton techtipsforteachersblog.blogspot.com jayme.linton@lr.edu
  • HTTP://REGION7DLA.WIKISPACES.COM #r7dla
  • Time to let your geek flag fly flickr user j8.ly
  • HOW WILL YOU SHARE YOUR DLA EXPERIENCE WITH OTHERS?
  • • Which penguin do you identify with? • Do you recognize any of your colleagues in the other penguins? • Explain to your table group.
  • ARE WE TAKING ADVANTAGE OF THE AFFORDANCES OF TECHNOLOGY?
  • flickr user Bill Ferriter TECHNOLOGY IS A TOOL, NOT THE OUTCOME
  • CHOOSING TOOLS FOR TASKS 1. What content do students need to learn? 2. What teaching and learning experiences can help them learn it? 3. How can technology help me redefine those teaching and learning experiences?
  • FOCUS ON TASKS, NOT TOOLS
  • SAMR IS A POOL, NOT A LADDER
  • TABLE WORK bit.ly/SAMRdla
  • ADD IDEAS TO OUR SAMR POOL THROUGHOUT THE DAY
  • USING TECHNOLOGY TO REDEFINE PROFESSIONAL LEARNING Substitution augmentation modification redefinition post workshop handouts online use a dropbox folder to share workshop handouts use google drive to collaboratively create workshop resources design a flipped workshop send a google form after workshop to gather feedback use poll everywhere to gather real-time feedback use a google document for participants to respond to each other’s feedback use “go to page based on answer” option in google forms to design a differentiated feedback form
  • ARE YOU SWIMMING IN THE DEEP END? freedigitalphotos.net bplanet
  • REFLECT #R7DLA Where do you, your students, and your teachers spend the most time in the SAMR swimming pool? What are your next steps to move toward deeper, more meaningful uses of technology that redefine what’s possible in our schools? freedigitalphotos.net think4photo
  • GOAL: USING COLLABORATIVE SPACES TO REDEFINE STUDENT LEARNING AND PROFESSIONAL LEARNING
  • #r7dla
  • freedigitalphotos.net bplanet
  • HOW CAN YOU REDEFINE STUDENT LEARNING OR PROFESSIONAL LEARNING USING THESE COLLABORATIVE SPACES? • Curating and sharing resources • Backchanneling • Brainstorming • Project Management • Blogging • Multimedia • e-Portfolios • Video Conferencing
  • WHAT YOU CAN EXPECT • Groupings of collaborative spaces with possible applications for the classroom & professional learning • Time to explore, create processes, build structures, & design learning experiences WHAT I EXPECT • Share (talk & tweet) so others can learn from you • Take risks • Reflect • Create
  • HOW MUCH DO YOU KNOW ABOUT CIPA, COPPA, AND FERPA? BUT WAIT… flickr user dalbera
  • • Children’s Internet Protection Act (CIPA) • Block or filter Internet access; Monitor online activities of minors • Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA) • Applies to collection of personal information from children under 13 for commercial purposes • Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) • Protects privacy of student education records
  • • Choose 1 or 2 areas to focus your work after lunch • Set a goal & determine your action steps • Share your goal with your team • Hold each other accountable
  • ADD IDEAS TO OUR SAMR POOL THROUGHOUT THE DAY
  • GOAL: USING COLLABORATIVE SPACES TO REDEFINE STUDENT LEARNING AND PROFESSIONAL LEARNING
  • • Explore resources • Create processes for redefining student & professional learning • Work collaboratively toward your goal
  • AS YOU WORK, POST IDEAS & EXAMPLES TO THE PADLET WALL ON THE WIKI
  • REGROUP FOR COLLABORATIVE WORK flickr user Antarctica Bound
  • LET’S JUMP IN! flickr user JD Hancock Don’t forget to tweet while you work to share your progress! #r7DLA
  • Process. Reflect. Brainstorm. Share. freedigitalphotos.net KROMKRATHOG #r7DLA
  • HTTP://REGION7DLA.WIKISPACES.COM #r7dla