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A quick run down of some "already here" trends in classroom integration of technology. (note: videos will not play in Slideshare)

A quick run down of some "already here" trends in classroom integration of technology. (note: videos will not play in Slideshare)

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    • What’s New in Education Right Now? Jon Corippo Minarets High School
    • First of all: It’s a new world The Net is us/using us
    • BUT, school keeps looking like this: Archive.org
    • So: Writing on a board still doesn’t work in a total learning situation What does?
    • According to Marc Prensky's Article: (Do They Learn Differently? Neuorscience says YES!) quot;Children raised with the computer ―think differently from the rest of us. They develop hypertext minds. They leap around. It’s as though their cognitive structures were parallel, not sequential.
    • ―Linear thought processes that dominate educational systems now can actually retard learning for brains developed through game and Web-surfing processes on the computer. Some have surmised that teenagers use different parts of their brain and think in different ways than adults when at the computer. We now know that it goes even further—their brains are almost certainly physiologically different.
    • But these differences, most observers agree, are less a matter of kind than a difference of degree. For example as a result of repeated experiences, particular brain areas are larger and more highly developed, and others are less so.quot; Marc Prensky Digital Natives Digital Immigrants ©2001 Marc Prensky www.marcprensky.com/writings
    • If kids are engaged and working The only result can be GROWTH
    • Excerpts from: Visual and Creative Thinking: What We Learned From Peter Pan and Willy Wonka http://www.slideshare.net/ themoleskin/visual-and- creative-thinking
    • What’s the key here?
    • Break Time! Visit Slideshare.net
    • Metaphor in Dodgeball It’s a metaphor, but it really happened
    • If there is a “vast wasteland” today, it is not in Beavis and Butt-head’s backyard (or even Barney’s front yard) but in the 1960s mindset that television, movies, and popular culture are, at best, problematic; (continued)
    • ...that technology is just a “pipe” through which content flows to passive receivers; and that the role of society is to monitor and control the flow—and thus control the “problem.” Elizabeth Thoman, Federal Communications Law Journal May 2003
    • Classroom Uses for Google Advanced Search CTAP7.org
    • Classroom Uses for Google Advanced Search Click here to start CTAP7.org
    • Classroom Uses for Google Advanced Search Click here CTAP7.org
    • Classroom Uses for Google Advanced Search Type in a search term CTAP7.org
    • Classroom Uses for Google Advanced Search Pick Powerpoint CTAP7.org
    • Classroom Uses for Google Advanced Search Click here CTAP7.org
    • Classroom Uses for Google Advanced Search CTAP7.org
    • Classroom Uses for Google Advanced Search ALL Powerpoints Mac people: Click here to preview a PPT without downloading CTAP7.org
    • Classroom Uses for Google Advanced Search Quality results...like this In only seconds CTAP7.org
    • Classroom Uses for Google Advanced Search Also, try Shockwave Flash Shockwave Flash is an interactive, web based file type, most popular for online games and video clips CTAP7.org
    • Classroom Uses for Google Advanced Search Additional finds Note the filetype CTAP7.org
    • Classroom Uses for Google Advanced Search Flash searches yield unexpected treasure CTAP7.org
    • Google searches brain educator efficient content lead
    • Classroom Uses for Google Advanced Search That looks GREAT! But I’m a: Math History Art Science Government Foreign Language Teacher..... CTAP7.org
    • Classroom Uses for Google Advanced Search Think of who our source is! CTAP7.org
    • Classroom Uses for Google Advanced Search Microscope: Ancient Rome: 1,290 PPT 14,400 PPT 869 Flash 2,410 Flash Cold War Slope (intercept) 48,000 PPT 8,000 PPT 5,440 Flash 2,170 Flash Spanish Verbs: Renaissance Art 452 PPT 903 PPT 1,650 Flash 108 Flash CTAP7.org
    • Classroom Uses for Google Advanced Search PROBLEM: This process is still the TEACHER doing something old in a new way CTAP7.org
    • Break Time: Do An Advanced Search
    • Totally Free Totally Clean Almost anything you want for school http://www.teachertube.com/view_video.php?viewkey=380ae78f158aca7089b2
    • Over 884,000 Commercials at: Use Keepvid.com to capture these commercials - FREE and add them to iTunes Teachers can download at home and bring them to school keepvid.com
    • AmericanRhetoric.com Over 5,000 speeches in audio Free
    • Teach anadiplosis lately? It’s easy with American Rhetoric type resources
    • Definition (not a big deal) Nothing really new here.
    • Examples (right now) This is something new!
    • Free download, Mac or PC Over 100,000 Free Podcasts Store audio, video and podcasts all in one place
    • Anthology of Picture Storybooks - Arranged by Literary Device About $38 Amazon More detail than American Rhetoric
    • A Partial List of My Commercials, Stored in my iTunes
    • It’s about FREE We don’t buy software unless we HAVE to
    • Download the whole thing here:
    • In 2007, California’s CST reading scores were Not a growth industry
    • 2nd 11th
    • Are the scores the same because the teaching is the same? the engagement is the same?
    • TRY SOMETHING DIFFERENT WITH YOUR KIDS
    • Who’s the teacher? Who’s the student?
    • Get the “handouts” at: http://chawanakee.wikispaces.com/