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  • Welcome and introduce yourself to participants.
  • Participants log on to site Create My Content Log Out and Explore Free Resources RESOURCE : Getting Stared kit: Pg 2
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  • Essential Questions • WB pg 91: Essential questions description • Model Gradual Release Resource : WB pg 91: Essential questions description Resource : WB pg 88: Difference between Essential question and non essential questions.
  • Point out that answering essential questions requires the inquiry process and many times it is quite difficult to answer. The answers require evidence and piecing information together over a unit of study. Refer to pgs. 89-90.
  • Point out that answering essential questions requires the inquiry process and many times it is quite difficult to answer. The answers require evidence and piecing information together over a unit of study. Refer to pgs. 89-90.
  • Have participants record their answers on the corresponding sheet.
  • Participants log on to site Create My Content Log Out and Explore Free Resources RESOURCE : Getting Stared kit: Pg 2
  • Have participants record their answers on the corresponding sheet.
  • Participants log on to site Create My Content Log Out and Explore Free Resources RESOURCE : Getting Stared kit: Pg 2
  • Divide class into small groups Assign the following tasks Script Writer (Take Notes) Narrator (will share whole group) Actors (will demonstrate) Participants will develop a new integration idea using any asset from Discovery Education. 10 minutes to complete 20 minutes to share out
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  • 21 st Century Teaching and Learning with Digital Media Discovery Education
  • Welcome! We are starting off in the conference room by the front door.
  • Tasks
    • Join our Edmodo Teacher group:
      • Go to http://edmodo.com
      • Create an account
      • Join the DE Indianapolis group: emeqmk
    • Respond to the top post. Describe one (or more) ways that you can use digital media to engage students in content/curriculum. Think strategies and activities and tools.
    • Bonus: Update your profile go Account to Settings
  • Goals
      • Review classroom setup in Discovery
      • Collect content to use in standards-based lessons infused with digital media to engage students in curriculum
      • Plan for student projects that emphasize 21st Century Skills and require higher levels of Bloom’s Taxonomy
      • Share project plans including essential question(s), key vocabulary, technology tools, guiding rubric.
  • IPS 21 st Century Cadre “Great Expectations”
    • By the end of this school year you are being asked to:
    • Complete and upload four units (or lesson plans) of study to MediaShare
    • Upload four student created projects in MediaShare
      • Multimedia Presentation, Digital Story, or Web 2.0 Activities
      • Projects should demonstate students tackling essential questions
  • Agenda
    • Begin Project Planning
      • Standard/Objectives
      • The Essential Question(s) and Guiding Questions
      • List of Key Vocabulary
    • Collect Materials to Support Standards & Project
      • Build out Content Folders with Discovery resources
      • Review Instructional Strategies to use with media
      • Build Class and assign to students
    • Choose Effective Technology Tool for Student Project
      • Explore tool and create demo
    • Create Rubric for assessment
  • Aim Higher with Blooms
  • Tap into 21st Century Skills http://www.21stcenturyskills.org / skills, knowledge and expertise students should master to succeed in work and life in the 21st century.
  • Think Pair Share
  • Essential Questions Drive Learning ? ?
  • What are essential questions?
    • provoke deep thought, lively discussion, sustained inquiry, and new understanding as well as more questions
    • sparks meaningful connections with prior learning and personal experiences
    • naturally recur, creating opportunities for transfer to other situations and subjects
    • How can one person make a difference? (potential of the individual)
    • How do conflicts change how we see others and ourselves? (conflict and consequences)
    • How does where you live affect how you live? (environmental influences)
    Sample Essential Questions
    • Cause and Effect
    • Change and Continuity
    • Turning Points
    • Using the Past
    • Through Their Eyes
    Guiding Questions Thinking Like a Historian
  • Task
    • Partner Up
    • Write an essential question(s)
      • Should support the identified standards
    • Write guiding questions
      • Use the 5 areas on Thinking Like a Historian
  • Collect digital media to help students understand concepts, make meaning of vocabulary, explore the big ideas, and discover answers to the guiding questions. Let’s Dive in… coqtlite.wikispaces.com
  • Got media?
    • Log in to DE
    • Create My Content Folder for your project
    • Search BOTH by Keyword and Subject Drill Down
    • Preview and Add resources to my content folder
    • Develop a list of academic vocabulary and plan for direct instruction and application
  • Instructional Strategies
    • Play & Pause
    • Observation Chart
    • I Am Poem
    • Graphic Organizers
    • Three Truths and a Lie
    • Vocabulary Journal
    • Exit Tickets - Google Form
    • Multiple Perspectives
    • Wordle Note Taking & Summarize
    • Hear the Sound
    • Half the Story
    • Avid Strategies
    • More: _____________
  • Create a Classroom in DE streaming 1 2 3
  • Options for Sharing Resources with your students
    • Assign folder of materials in My Content
    • Build an Assignment and assign to class
    • Find a resource and assign it directly to your class
  • How can students demonstrate their learning and share their answer to the essential question? Let’s Dive in… coqtlite.wikispaces.com
  • Student Project Samples Glogster Explanation Animoto Presentation Historical Documentary How can students demonstrate their learning and share their understanding of the essential question? Google Earth/Maps Tour Your Ideas: _______________
  • 4 Corners Activity Yellow Brick Road Super Highway Paved Road Dirt Road
  • Gradual Release of Responsibility
    • I do, We do, You do
    • Model, Partner Work, Independence
    • Develop Student “Techsperts”
  • Tasks
    • Choose Technology Tool for Student Project
      • Web 2.0 Tool: Glogster, Animoto, VoiceThread
      • Video (Movie Maker/PhotoStory)
      • Google Earth/Maps
    • Explore Features of Tool
      • Do not need to be an expert
      • Determine key components for project
    • Create Teacher Project
      • Gradual Release of Responsibility, I do, Model
      • Vocabulary Introduction
  • Creating Quality Rubrics & Surveys for Project Based Learning Activities http://rubistar.4teachers.org/
  • Thank You! IPS Online, Groups:Discovery, Take Survey tinyurl.com/DEPDsurvey tinyurl.com/DE-IPS-Oct Contact Us: 800.323.9084 [email_address]