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A synthesis of current thinking and resources

A synthesis of current thinking and resources

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  • 1. Just for Technology Integrationists:Defining the Target, Forging the Path
    A Few Key Ideas
    Synthesized by Kris Baldwin
  • 2. Why Integrate Technology?
    It’s the 21st Century.
  • 3. Who are you?
    Wikispace owner
    Blogger
    Data manager
    Social bookmarker
    Feed reader
    21st century leader
  • 4. 21st Century Instruction
  • 5. Constructivism & Connectivism
    Curriculum and Student Learning Needs drive the integration of technology.
    Technology is a complex tool used to facilitate student-centered learning.
    Scaffolding technology skills has to occur prior to the expectation that students can make thoughtful choices about its appropriate use.
    Degree to which students can utilize technology is dependent on their level of cognitive ability.
  • 6.
  • 7. Our Vision
    Empower educational communities to respond productively and responsibly in a networked global society.
    All students, teachers, and administrators will be able to
    Create
    Communicate
    Connect
    Collaborate
    Problem Solve
  • 8. Knowing Content is NOT Enough—Students must be able to utilize the content to
    Understand complex issues
    Construct new understandings
    Set goals and work to a timeline
    Be creative and innovative
    Communicate and express themselves
    Source: http://etitaxonomy.wikispaces.com/
    Solve problems
    Make decisions
    Work collaboratively
    Make ethical choices
  • 9. Increasing Complexity of Technology Skills
    Technology choices become autonomous
    Increasing Levels of Cognition
    Curriculum mastery deepens
    Source: http://etitaxonomy.wikispaces.com/
  • 10. How to Erase Technology
    Have students move through the taxonomy
    As students acquire the skills of using a technology….
    It becomes a tool they may choose
    The emphasis of an activity shifts from the technology to the cognitive skills students must employ
    Becomes invisible
    Source: http://etitaxonomy.wikispaces.com/
  • 11. More than Automation
  • 12.
  • 13.
  • 14. Getting Teachers to Integrate
    Using for Professional Purpose
    Personal and Professional Use
    Instructional Enhancement
    Connecting with Colleagues
    Using with Students
    What technologies are available?
    Where are the connections between curriculum goals and technology?
  • 15. When Immigrants Teach Natives
  • 16. Assessing Technology Integrated Projects
    Determine the goals / objectives of the project
    Content Area Standards
    Knowledge and Skills (Know and Be Able To)
    Educational Technology
    Develop a rubric
    Curriculum Focus should be first
    Need a rubric area to deal with technology aspect
    Collaboration
    Problem Solving
    Communication
  • 17. At Your Tables
    Introduce Yourself
    Share an idea or process that you:
    Currently use successfully
    Are thinking about implementing
    Notice your teachers using
    Designed to help your work
    Other…
    Post your ideas to our Google Sheet
  • 18. Resources
    LearnTech Wiki
    EdTechInnovators Wiki
    Metiri
    Partnership for 21st Century Skills
    Critical Technology Issues for School Leaders

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