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Digital Learners ARE PARCC Ready
Digital Learners ARE PARCC Ready
Digital Learners ARE PARCC Ready
Digital Learners ARE PARCC Ready
Digital Learners ARE PARCC Ready
Digital Learners ARE PARCC Ready
Digital Learners ARE PARCC Ready
Digital Learners ARE PARCC Ready
Digital Learners ARE PARCC Ready
Digital Learners ARE PARCC Ready
Digital Learners ARE PARCC Ready
Digital Learners ARE PARCC Ready
Digital Learners ARE PARCC Ready
Digital Learners ARE PARCC Ready
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Digital Learners ARE PARCC Ready

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Used with a TETC 2014 presentation April 2014

Used with a TETC 2014 presentation April 2014

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  • 1. Tennessee Educational Technology Conference April 14, 2014; Interest Session 3, 1:15-2:15pm Room 106B Julia Osteen Technology Integration Specialist Digital Learners ARE PARCC Ready
  • 2.  Analyze the technology proficiency needed to successfully participate in the PARCC assessment  Compare/contrast the skills needed with those represented in the National Educational Technology Standards for Students from ISTE  Identify the types of experiences where digital age learners thrive and devise a plan for reaching them on a daily basis. Session Goals
  • 3.  ISTE Position Statement on the Common Core State Standards - http://www.iste.org/standards/common-core  Digital learning plays a central and substantive role  Helps students meet and exceed the rigorous learning goals of Common Core State Standards  “With the advent of the 2014–2015 Common Core Online Assessments it is imperative that students’ learning takes place in a robust digital learning environment in order for them to be successful on these new higher-order thinking assessments.” Digital Age Learning
  • 4.  ISTE Standards for Students  Standards for evaluating skills and knowledge students need  “Simply being able to use technology is no longer enough. Today's students need to be able to use technology to analyze, learn and explore.”  Creativity & Innovation, Communication & Collaboration, Research & Information Fluency, Critical thinking, Problem Solving & Decision Making, Digital Citizenship, and Technology Operations and Concepts Digital Age Learning
  • 5.  ISTE Standards for Students  Take a look at the Standards  Highlight the verbs  Put this aside; we will come back to it. Digital Age Learning
  • 6.  Sample assessment items - http://www.parcconline.org/computer-based- samples  Drag and drop  Multiple select  Text highlighting  Equation builder PARCC Tech Components
  • 7.  Sample assessment items - http://www.parcconline.org/computer-based-samples  Try items in more than just one grade  Range of rigor  Item types and functionalities  Work through a few items together and make a list of verbs that represent what students need to be able to do to be successful PARCC Tech Components
  • 8.  Look at the list of verbs you created for the PARCC assessment  Compare those to the highlights you made in the ISTE Standards  Use the Venn Diagram to support your comparison and contrast  What do you see? Compare/Contrast
  • 9.  Take a look at some of the resources  Come up with a plan for reaching digital age learners on a daily basis that also “preps” students for the PARCC Assessment  Share your plan in the Google doc - http://tinyurl.com/josteenTETC2014 Design a Plan
  • 10. http://www.schoollibrarymonthly.com/articles/Holzweiss2014-v30n4p13.html
  • 11.  Animated Presentations and Videos - PowToon 4 EDU http://www.powtoon.com/edu-home/  Audio Creation and Editing Tools - Voki Classrooms http://www.voki.com/classroom  Bookmarking and Curating Tools – Educlipper http://edutecher.net/educlipper/  Blogging Tools – Kidblog http://kidblog.org/home/ Resources to Explore Share your plan in the Google doc - http://tinyurl.com/josteenTETC2014
  • 12.  Collaboration Tools – Google Docs http://docs.google.com  Digital Poster-Making Tools – Glogster EDU http://edu.glogster.com/  Digital Storytelling – Flipsnack EDU http://flipsnackedu.com/  Infographics – Piktochart http://piktochart.com/ Resources to Explore Share your plan in the Google doc - http://tinyurl.com/josteenTETC2014
  • 13.  What challenges/obstacles exist that could be barriers to implementing your plan?  How will you share what you have learned with your colleagues? Closing Reflection Share your plan in the Google doc - http://tinyurl.com/josteenTETC2014
  • 14.  Contact Information – Julia Osteen julia.osteen@lipscomb.edu 615-066-5095  Access the plans in the Google doc - http://tinyurl.com/josteenTETC2014 Thanks for coming!

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