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  • 1. DistinguishYourselfJon OrechInstructional Technology CoordinatorDowners Grove South High Schooljorech@csd99.org Twitter: @jorech
  • 2. WHAT IS THEDIFFERENCEBETWEEN HOWTHE TWO KIDSUSE TECHNOLOGY?
  • 3. Technology isthe vehicle… Not the destination.
  • 4. When UsingTechnology:
  • 5. Support a Fundamental Literacy
  • 6. Extend theLearning
  • 7. Tied to Sound Pedagogy
  • 8. Purpose?http://www.danielsongroup.org
  • 9. Domain 1 Planning and Preparation
  • 10. Domain 2Classroom Environment
  • 11. Domain 3 Instruction
  • 12. Domain 4 ProfessionalResponsibilities
  • 13. Levels of Performance Levels
  • 14. Unsatisfactory
  • 15. Beginning
  • 16. Proficient
  • 17. Distingui shed
  • 18. What makes a teacher “Distinguished”?
  • 19. Common Threads• Individualized instruction• Student choice• Adjustment/ reflection• Structured collaboration• Accessible learning• Student responsibility• Student influence on outcomes.
  • 20. Idea 1:
  • 21. Student-Created Screencast
  • 22. Idea 2:Instead of a“Culture of Completion”…
  • 23. A Culture of Creation
  • 24. DigitalPhotographyPortfolioMichelle Lynn,Instructor
  • 25. Digital Documentary
  • 26. Assessment:“80% or whatmy kids do are mistakes. I assessthe other 20%.”Mark Mueller,Applied Tech Teacher
  • 27. Idea 3: Authentic Audience and purposeHave students create for anAuthentic Audience and Purpose
  • 28. Retirement Home Resident Introductions
  • 29. Idea 4:Develop PeerReliance
  • 30. Instead of starting with “How?” or “What?”… Start with “Why?”