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Group 5 Powerpoint Ch 6
Group 5 Powerpoint Ch 6
Group 5 Powerpoint Ch 6
Group 5 Powerpoint Ch 6
Group 5 Powerpoint Ch 6
Group 5 Powerpoint Ch 6
Group 5 Powerpoint Ch 6
Group 5 Powerpoint Ch 6
Group 5 Powerpoint Ch 6
Group 5 Powerpoint Ch 6
Group 5 Powerpoint Ch 6
Group 5 Powerpoint Ch 6
Group 5 Powerpoint Ch 6
Group 5 Powerpoint Ch 6
Group 5 Powerpoint Ch 6
Group 5 Powerpoint Ch 6
Group 5 Powerpoint Ch 6
Group 5 Powerpoint Ch 6
Group 5 Powerpoint Ch 6
Group 5 Powerpoint Ch 6
Group 5 Powerpoint Ch 6
Group 5 Powerpoint Ch 6
Group 5 Powerpoint Ch 6
Group 5 Powerpoint Ch 6
Group 5 Powerpoint Ch 6
Group 5 Powerpoint Ch 6
Group 5 Powerpoint Ch 6
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  • 1. A presentation by Group 5 AmLAK: Amy Martin, LeeAnn Morrissey, Alan Zollner, and Kathryn Welling Mount St. Mary College, Teaching With Technology ED 5700-01 Fall 2008
  • 2. As she integrates technology…
  • 3. A combination of all technology parts, such as hardware and software together used to enhance learning in any (and all) subject areas of the curriculum.
  • 4.  
  • 5.
    • Standards that defines what a student is expected to know at certain stages of education. Also called a curriculum goal.
    • Ex. District, State, and National
    • Learning Standards
  • 6.
    • Innovative ways to integrate technology into content-specific curriculum.
    • View what other teachers are doing in the classroom regarding technology.
    • Look outside your content area because there are many great integration ideas waiting for you!
    • Use as a source for professional development and collaboration with other professionals!
  • 7.
    • Up to 10 – Early Childhood
    • Kids Bank – Elementary
    • Myths, Folktales, & Fairy Tales Middle School
  • 8.
    • Sue at Field Museum – Secondary
    • Writing DEN – Special Education
    • National Staff Development - Administrator
  • 9.
    • Owl and Mouse Software
    • Reader Rabbit
  • 10.
    • Model ChemLab
    • Destination Series
  • 11.
    • Name given to the Internet and the World Wide Web because they give students of all backgrounds, socioeconomic levels, learning styles, and learning abilities access to the same information.
  • 12.
    • K now, W ant, L earned
    • Students first ask what do I already know?
    • Next they ask what do I want to know?
    • After reading, what did I learn?
    • Students work collaboratively
  • 13.
    • Final Cut Studio:
    • editing system designed by Apple
    • encourages innovation
    • incredible graphics and effects
    • shared easily between computers
    • expensive: retails for $1300.00editing system designed by Apple
  • 14.
    • Booktalking
    • WordPress.com – 50 languages
    • get students involved in a book
    • read the book as if making a movie
    • create a "book trailer"
    • MS photostory / Apple iMovie
    • DigitalBooktalk.com
  • 15.  
  • 16.
    • Universal Design for Learning (UDL)
    • Accommodates different learners
    • Methods & Assessments
    • Curriculum blueprint
    • Flexible Goals
    • About C.A.S.T.
  • 17.
    • New teachers are paired with experienced
    • teachers to learn how to integrate
    • technology into the classroom.
    • Something to think about....
    • Do you think the experienced teachers
    • know more about technology?
  • 18. Source: Academy of Teaching Excellence, Metropolitan State College of Denver,C. 2002 1 st Grade Example A Analyze Learners
    • General character
    • Specific entry competencies
    • Learning Style
    S State Objectives
    • Learning outcomes
    • Conditions of performance
    • Degree of acceptable performance
    S Select Methods, Media and Materials
    • Select available materials
    • Modify existing materials
    • Design new materials
    U Utilize Media and Materials
    • Preview the materials
    • Prepare the materials, environment
    • Provide the learning experience
    R Require Learner Participation
    • In-class and follow-up activities so learner can process the information
    E Evaluate and Revise
    • Before, during and after instruction
    • Assess learner, media methods
  • 19. Can you see yourself using this in REAL LIFE? Example: Multiple disciplines, Challenging in complexity, Higher order thinking skills A Analyze Learners
    • Who are YOUR students?
    S State Objectives
    • Do YOU and YOUR STUDENTS understand the intended learning outcomes for the lesson?
    S Select Methods, Media and Materials
    • How will YOU teach this? What will YOU really USE?
    U Utilize Media and Materials
    • DO IT
    R Require Learner Participation
    • What will your students DO?
    E Evaluate and Revise
    • How will YOU know if it worked?
  • 20.
    • Lesson Plans
    • Grant Opportunities
    • Mentoring
    • Storytelling
    Mentoring: New teachers are paired with experienced teachers to learn how to integrate technology into the classroom.
  • 21. What are some mentoring opportunities you can think of? Newbie is a new teacher
  • 22. Virtual Mentors – CTQ Center for Teaching Quality Mighty Mentors Edutopia Many More! Experienced Teachers Retired Teachers Technical Resource Specialist Colleagues Students Professional Societies Professors Newbie
  • 23. Security vs Integration http://www.wtvi.com /TEKS/article4.html / http://www.ncela.gwu.edu Integrated Learning Systems http://www.classworks.com/ Levels of Integration http://www.goenc.com / Psssst… We can keep the book! http://oc.course.com/sc/tdc5/index.cfm?action=home Bilingual Education Great library links tech to NYS Stds ! http://www.teachersdomain.org/ National Clearinghouse for English Language Aquisition
  • 24. http://oc.course.com/sc/tdc5/flash/checkpoint/ch6/index.cfm?action=matching&chapter=6 Amy Alan
  • 25.
    • Wheel of Terms
    • Who Wants to be a computer genius?
  • 26.
    • Bringing technology into the classroom can be done!
    • Adobe page maker
    • Microsoft Publisher
    • Web site learning
    • American Revolution
  • 27.
    • “Education's purpose is to replace an empty mind with an open one. ”
      •  
      • Malcolm Forbes (1919 - 1990) ,
    • Plan to use IT
    • Be OPEN to experimenting and learning
    • Use resources – Live and Virtual
    • Have Fun!
  • 28.
    • Shelly, Cashman, Gunter, Gunter, Technology, Digital Media, Curriculum Integration. Retrieved November 17, 2008, from Teachers Discovering Computers 5th Edition Web site: http://oc.course.com/sc/tdc5/index.cfm?action=overviewnoflash&chapter=6
    • Heinch, Molenda, Russell, Smaldino , Course construction: ASSURE. Retrieved November 12, 2008, from Academy of Teaching Excellence, Metropolitan State College of Denver,CO Web site: http://www.mscd.edu/~act2/courseconstruct/assure.html
    • Mannheim, Emillie (2005, December 11). ASSURE model instructional plan. Retrieved November 17, 2008, from ASSURE Model Instructional Plan Template Web site: http://64.233.169.104/search?q=cache:JlsFsarP55IJ:edit2010.em.googlepages.com/ASSUREproject.doc+ASSURE+model&hl=en&ct=clnk&cd=7&gl=us

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