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Michelle Bourgeois, Sherri Clemens, and Katie Morrow lead a panel discussion at ISTE 2010 on what it takes to "manage the modern classroom."

Michelle Bourgeois, Sherri Clemens, and Katie Morrow lead a panel discussion at ISTE 2010 on what it takes to "manage the modern classroom."

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Managing the Modern Classroom Presentation Transcript

  • 1. That was then.... Managing a 21st Century Classroom Michelle Bourgeois Sherri Clemens Katie Morrow  Distinguished Educators
  • 2. Michelle Bourgeois Instructional Technology Coordinator St. Vrain Valley School District milobo.edublogs.org web.me.com/alwayson Flickr CC jakedobkin
  • 3. KATIE MORROW www.mrsmorrow.com O’Neill Public Schools Technology Integration Specialist
  • 4. Sherri Clemens Technology Instructor K-6 Douglas County School District http://web.mac.com/digistoryteller
  • 5. What Bugs You? http://www.wallwisher.com/wall/whatbugsyou
  • 6. What Bugs You? Cheating Keeping on Task Socializing Ethics Etiquette
  • 7. What Bugs You? • Distractions and issues are the same, but tools have changed. • Effective teaching and good class management are more important than ever. • Ask yourself, “What did I do to solve the issue before technology?”
  • 8. Tips and Strategies from the Classics
  • 9. 1953 Socializing
  • 10. CC Flickr chromewavesdotorg CC Flickr juiceboxgasoline • Craft learning experiences that utilize socialization Socializing • Give students opportunities to discuss learning • Practice MWA
  • 11. 1952 Keeping on Task
  • 12. CC Flickr juiceboxgasoline CC Flickr margolove Keeping • Stop for regular progress checkups Students on • Mini-conferences with the teacher Task • Give time limits
  • 13. 1952 Cheating
  • 14. CC Flickr tidalotter CC Flickr hello_dany • Promote collaboration Cheating • Use other methods of assessment • Reinforce academic consequences
  • 15. 1951 Ethics and Etiquette
  • 16. CC Flickr tidalotter CC Flickr popilop Ethics and • Don’t assume they know • Be a role model Etiquette • Monitor and take action when needed
  • 17. REMEMBER! The tools may have changed, but the problems are the same. Technology has the power to engage your students in a way other tools cannot...use it to your advantage! Engage...empower...excite!
  • 18. What Bugs You? http://www.wallwisher.com/wall/whatbugsyou
  • 19. All photos from Flickr CC pool Videos from the Internet Archive