DI L4L NLA/NEMA Conference


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This is the outline of the ppt presentation on Learning4Life Differentiated Instruction by Dr. Sherry Crow and Judy Henning

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DI L4L NLA/NEMA Conference

  1. 1. 10/3/11  1 Learning4Life: Use Web 2.0 tools and other technologies to differentiate instruction while addressing the Learning4Life AASL 21st Century Learning standards.2 Presenters:  Dr. Sherry Crow ▪ University of Nebraska at Kearney Assistant Professor School of Library Science/Educational Media ▪ Nebraska Library Commissioner ▪ NEMA Board Member  Judy Henning ▪ Kearney Public Schools Director of School Library/Media Services ▪ Kearney High School Librarian Media ▪ NEMA Learning4Life Coach3 Web 2.0 Wallwisher:  Go to the Wallwisher at the following URL to post discussion questions to be addressed at the end of the presentation: http://www.wallwisher.com/wall/nlaNEMAwall4 L4L & Differentiated Instruction:  History  Benjamin Bloom, educational psychologist ▪ Get beyond the knowledge and understanding base to the higher levels of thinking. ▪  Individualized instruction is differentiated instruction.  Schools are no longer judged by what put into the educational system, but by the output in the form of STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT!5 ALL Students Can Learn: 1  
  2. 2. 10/3/11  5 ALL Students Can Learn:  Through educational technology, educators can design lessons that are engaging for the visual, audio and kinesthetic learning styles so all students can learn. . . But technology is only a tool in the educational process.6 Web 2.0 Tool Xtranormal:  Differentiate Instruction with Xtranormal http://www.xtranormal.com/watch/11174304/learning-4-life? page=1?listtype=SERIES7 Web 2.0 Tool Show Me:  Differentiate Instruction with Show Me Link here Show Me on AASL 21st Century Learning Standards, Empowering Learners, 21st Century Learning Standards in Action. I will do tomorrow; I need a stylist to have better handwriting.8 Using QR Codes for Differentiating Instruction:  What are QR codes?  How do you open them?  How do you create them?  Educational uses for QR codes9 What are QR codes?  QR stands for:  Quite Reasonable  Questions Raised  Quick Response  Queensland Rail10 2  
  3. 3. 9 10/3/11    Quick Response  Queensland Rail10 How do you open them?  Needs a device that scans them into an app that can read them.  Most smartphones  QR Reader app (usually free; download from app store)  Can be used with a scanner to a computer with loaded software.11 How do you create them?  Go to a QR code generator  http://www.qrstuff.com/  Follow directions12 Educational uses for QR codes  Website with lots of applications: http://livebinders.com/play/play/51894  Pennsylvania school doing lots of QR Code use: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ayW032sKtj8 (by Laura Jacobs and Allison Burke, McGuffey School District, Permission for showing this video has been granted)  Ease of use for young students: http://www.youtube.com/watch? v=hSA3YsBy_pU&feature=related (Recorded on March 29, 2011 using a Flip Video camera. Permission for showing this video has been granted)13 3  14
  4. 4. 10/3/11  13 Closer to home. . .  Kearney High School scavenger hunt in celebration of 2011 Technology Week:14 Differentiated Instruction:  When differentiating instruction, allow students the CHOICE of which Web 2.0 tools to use.   Use Tech Tac Toe Choice Board of secondary open source application (posted handout). ;1516 Examples of projects:  Wallwisher  Animoto: http://animoto.com/play/U75lrFy10slZ7pFmcAHVCw  Prezi: http://prezi.com/zluerana3zyh/differentiated-learning-in-math/  Xtranormal  Poll Everywhere or Survey Monkey17 Examples of Wordle & Tagxedo:18 Sample MakeBeliefsComix:19 Sample of Juxio Poster:2021 Wallwisher Discussion Questions 4