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  • In this presentation I will address today’s technological classroom, keeping our teachers well educated in the ever-changing field of technology, and the ways we can reach students through technology.
  • Point 1: Today’s classrooms look different then when we were in school. Point 2: Chalkboards were replaced by whiteboards, and now whiteboards have been replaced by interactive whiteboards. Interactive whiteboards are expensive, but a fun way to reinforce learning and make learning an interactive process. We are seeing greater student engagement and heightened interest in whole-class lessons. Point 3: We are better meeting needs of visual learners, with the use of multi-media within a lesson. Point 4: Today’s students like to use technology. Speaking their language gets their attention. Lacina, Jan. "Interactive Whiteboards: Creating Higher-Level, Technological Thinkers?" Childhood Education 85.4 (2009): 270-72. Print
  • Point 1: Teacher’s are finding creative ways to teach content to students by using technologies. Point 2: Teachers need to stay current with the changes that are rapidly taking place. Teachers are not expected to know “all about all.” It is a matter of knowledgably choosing specific technologies that will be most beneficial to the pedagogy. Peake, Jason. "If We Teach Today As We Taught Yesterday, We Rob Our Children of Tomorrow." The Agricultural Education Magazine 83.3 (2010): 4-5. Print.
  • Point 1:Learning situations are those in which a problem is encountered that is likely to be faced in the real world. Teachers are using technology to take students from the classroom to the real world. Herrington, Anthony, Jessica Mantei, Ian Olney, and Brian Ferry. Preface. New Technologies, New Pedagogies: Mobile Learning in Higher Education . By Jan Herrington. Wollongong: University of Wollongong, 2009. 1-19. Print. Point 2: Students are encouraged to share ideas, explore the meaning of new information and defend thinking that is different from the norm. Today’s learners take an active part in the learning process through a more constructivist style classroom. Judson, Eugene. "How Teachers Integrate Technology and Their Beliefs About Learning: Is There a Connection?" Journal of Technology and Teacher Education 14.3 (2006): 581-97. Web. 6 June 2011. Point 3: Technology can be used through visually cued graphics which enhances learning by taking less time to learn the content. Let’s watch the process of grapes turning into raisins in a matter of 28 seconds. Click on video file to play. Lin, Lijia, and Robert Atkinson. "Using Animations and Visual Cueing to Support Learning of Scientific Concepts and Processes." ACM Digital Library . Web. 06 June 2011. <http://portal.acm.org/citation. Grapes turning to Raisins Video URL: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uD_vhbv05aw&NR=1
  • Point 1: Read the quote. Peake, Jason. "If We Teach Today As We Taught Yesterday, We Rob Our Children of Tomorrow." The Agricultural Education Magazine 83.3 (2010): 4-5. Print. Point 2: Varied methods need to be used, both paper-based and technological to become literate members of this technologically savvy world. Tomorrow’s leaders need not only to be literate, but computer literate as well. Lacina, Jan. "Interactive Whiteboards: Creating HIgher-Level, Technological Thinkers?" Childhood Education 85.4 (2009): 270-72. Print Point 3: John Dewey was an American psychologist, philosopher, educator, social critic and political activist. In his 92 years(1859-1952), he saw acceleration in a number of technological changes. Peake, Jason. "If We Teach Today As We Taught Yesterday, We Rob Our Children of Tomorrow." The Agricultural Education Magazine 83.3 (2010): 4-5. Print.
  • He saw the beginning of the telephone. He saw the horseless auto develop.
  • May have experienced the first radio broadcast. Witnessed the induction of television into society.
  • May have even been lucky enough to have running water in his house before his passing in 1952. Most importantly he saw the rate of adaptation to technologies by the general public. Peake, Jason. ""If We Teach Today As We Taught Yesterday, We Rob Our Children of Tomorrow." The Agricultural Education Magazine 83.3 (2010): 4-5. Print.
  • Today’s technology is changing at an exponential rate. Let’s watch this video clip. URL: www.youtube.com/watch?v=pMcfrLYDm2U
  • Point 1: Teachers are not being replaced by technology, they see technology as something to extend their teaching capability. Judson, Eugene. "How Teachers Integrate Technology and Their Beliefs About Learning: Is There a Connection?" Journal of Technology and Teacher Education 14.3 (2006): 581-97. Web. 6 June 2011. Point 2: The computers of 2000, do not have the same capabilities and compatibilities that the computers of 2011 have. Technology has many facets. Point 3: Let’s keep technologies updated in our classrooms so that we can have 21 st Century literate students.

Persuasive technology Persuasive technology Presentation Transcript

    • Menu
    • Overview
    • Innovative Classroom
    • Staff Development
    • Reaching Our Students
    • Tomorrow ’ s Leaders
    • Technological Development
    • Shift Happens
    • Updating Technology
    • Works Cited
    Kerry Hample It Happens in the Classroom
  • Overview
    • today’s classroom
    • keeping our teachers updated in technology
    • reaching students through technology
    Menu
  • Innovative Classrooms Menu
  • Staff Development Menu
  • Reaching our Students CLICK HERE TO PLAY MOVIE IN WEB BROWSER Share Menu
  • Tomorrow’s Leaders " If we teach today as we taught yesterday, we rob our children of tomorrow.” ~ John Dewey~ 1859-1952 Menu
  • Technological Developments 1876 1886 Menu
  • Technological Developments 1895 1927 Menu
  • Technological Developments 1950 1859-1952 Adaptation Menu
  • Shift Happens CLICK HERE TO PLAY MOVIE IN WEB BROWSER Menu
  • Updating Technology Menu
    •   Herrington, Anthony, Jessica Mantei, Ian Olney, and Brian Ferry. Preface. New Technologies, New Pedagogies: Mobile Learning in Higher Education . By Jan Herrington. Wollongong: University of Wollongong, 2009. 1-19. Print.
    •   Judson, Eugene. "How Teachers Integrate Technology and Their Beliefs About Learning: Is There a Connection?" Journal of Technology and Teacher Education
        • 14.3 (2006): 581-97. Web. 6 June 2011.
    •   Lacina, Jan. "Interactive Whiteboards: Creating HIgher-Level, Technological Thinkers?" Childhood Education 85.4 (2009): 270-72. Print.
    •   Lin, Lijia, and Robert Atkinson. &quot;Using Animations and Visual Cueing to Support Learning of Scientific Concepts and Processes.&quot; ACM Digital Library . Web. 06 June 2011. <http://portal.acm.org/citation.cfm? id=1899610>.
    •   Peake, Jason. &quot;&quot;If We Teach Today As We Taught Yesterday, We Rob Our Children of Tomorrow.&quot; The Agricultural Education Magazine 83.3 (2010): 4-5. Print.
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    • Menu
    Works Cited