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  • 1. Effective Pairings Instructional Strategies andTechnology Tools Jennifer Gingerich jennifergingerich@mac.com presentation available at slideshare.net
  • 2. Talking Chips • Use your card as a talking chip. • Place card in the middle of table when answering the question. Only talk once, during your turn. • Everyone answers the question, and every card ends up in the middle. • Reverse the operation for next question. Card is picked up from the middle to answer question. Every card is picked up.
  • 3. Are they engaged by technology...
  • 4. Are they engaged by technology...at school
  • 5. Are they engaged by technology...at school to make meaning of
  • 6. Are they engaged by technology...at school to make meaning ofthe curriculum?
  • 7. Are they engaged by technology...at school to make meaning ofthe curriculum? Why or why not?
  • 8. How can we ensure that the technology at school engagesstudents in learning and making meaning of content?
  • 9. Objectives• Participants will examine several lessons that pair instructional strategies and technology tools.• Participants will consider the role of technology, instructional strategies, and the gradual release of responsibility in designing effective and engaging lessons.• Participants will reflect on instructional strategy initiatives in their districts and consider ways to incorporate these into their technology focused staff development.
  • 10. Planning Engaging Lessons • Essential Question • Standards • Instructional Strategies • Student Outcome • Technology Tools
  • 11. Research Based Strategies ~ District Initiatives ~✓ Bloom’s Taxonomy - Questioning Strategies for Higher Order Thinking✓ GLAD - Songs and Chants✓Marzano’s Strategies - Building Academic Vocabulary, Cooperative Learning, Summarizing
  • 12. Planning Engaging Lessons• Essential Question - do wedo insects effect the insects?in which we live? How How effect the world of world• Standards - 5.2L.1 Explain and interdependenceinfluences animals, and environment, the how adaptation of plants, survival. 5.1L.1 Explain that organisms are composed of parts that function together to form a living system.• Instructional Strategies - Bloom’s Taxonomy Questioning Strategies for Higher Order Thinking• Student Outcome - Students answer higher order questions and present/explain reasoning• Technology Tools- Inspiration
  • 13. Bloom’s TaxonomyUse verbs to ask questions for higher order thinking template available at inspiration.com/community
  • 14. Research Based Strategies ~ District Initiatives ~✓ Bloom’s Taxonomy - Questioning Strategies for Higher Order Thinking✓ GLAD - Songs and Chants✓Marzano’s Strategies - Building Academic Vocabulary, Cooperative Learning, Summarizing
  • 15. GLADUse songs and chants to reinforce language skills and retain content
  • 16. GLAD
  • 17. Planning Engaging Lessons• Essential Question - What roles do farms play in our world?• Standards and actions (e.g., size, color, andplaces, things, locations, - EL.00.SL.05 Describe people, shape). EL. 00.SL.01 Recite short poems, rhymes, and songs.• Instructional Strategies - GLAD Chant/Song• Student Outcome - Students write and read poetry (song/chant) on topic using adjectives and nouns correctly.• Technology Tools-
  • 18. Marzano’s Strategies
  • 19. Marzano’s Strategies
  • 20. Marzano’s Strategies➡Nonliguistic Representation➡Cooperative Learning➡Building Vocabulary➡Summarizing
  • 21. Answer Garden• Go to http://answergarden.ch/view/8871• Type in your team’s 20 words to describe the Tiffin Delivery System.• Export and use the Wordle to write a summary of the Tiffin Delivery System. Make sure to address the essential question: How and why do different cultures organize themselves?
  • 22. Planning Engaging Lessons • Essential Question • Standards • Instructional Strategies • Student Outcome • Technology Tools
  • 23. Answer Garden• Answergarden.ch• Create New and Type in Question• Click for More Options • Use unlimited answers • Set Admin Password • Will Send Email• Click on Options • To Hide Answers • To Export to Wordle
  • 24. Effective PairingsInstructional Strategies Technology Tools • GarageBand• Bloom’s Taxonomy Levels of Question • Digital Camera• GLAD • Inspiration• Marzano’s • Wordle Research Based • Answer Garden Strategies • Video Segment
  • 25. Effective PairingsInstructional Strategies Technology Tools • GarageBand• Bloom’s Taxonomy Levels of Question • Digital Camera• GLAD • Inspiration• Marzano’s • Wordle Research Based • Answer Garden Strategies • Video Segment
  • 26. Effective PairingsInstructional Strategies Technology Tools • GarageBand• Bloom’s Taxonomy Levels of Question • Digital Camera• GLAD • Inspiration• Marzano’s • Wordle Research Based • Answer Garden Strategies • Video Segment
  • 27. Effective PairingsInstructional Strategies Technology Tools • GarageBand• Bloom’s Taxonomy Levels of Question • Digital Camera• GLAD • Inspiration• Marzano’s • Wordle Research Based • Answer Garden Strategies • Video Segment
  • 28. Effective PairingsInstructional Strategies Technology Tools • GarageBand• Bloom’s Taxonomy Levels of Question • Digital Camera• GLAD • Inspiration• Marzano’s • Wordle Research Based • Answer Garden Strategies • Video Segment
  • 29. Essential Question Effective PairingsInstructional Strategies Technology Tools • GarageBand• Bloom’s Taxonomy Levels of Question • Digital Camera• GLAD • Inspiration• Marzano’s • Wordle Research Based • Answer Garden Strategies • Video Segment
  • 30. Essential Standards Question Effective PairingsInstructional Strategies Technology Tools • GarageBand• Bloom’s Taxonomy Levels of Question • Digital Camera• GLAD • Inspiration• Marzano’s • Wordle Research Based • Answer Garden Strategies • Video Segment
  • 31. Gradual Release of Responsibility
  • 32. Gradual Release of Responsibility
  • 33. Gradual Release of Responsibility
  • 34. Gradual Release of Responsibility
  • 35. Gradual Release of Responsibility
  • 36. Gradual Release of Responsibility
  • 37. Create an Effective Pairing• Work collaboratively or independently• Identify an instructional strategy (initiative) used in your district.• Identify a technology tool that pairs well with this instructional strategy.• If you have an effective pairing please contribute the idea to our wall wisher: http://www.wallwisher.com/wall/pairing