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  • Edu614 session 1 sf13 summer

    1. 1. EDU614 - Integrating Technology for All Students EDU630 - Integrating Mathematics, Writing and Technology EDU630 - Integrating Mathematics, Writing and Technology Kathy Favazza kathy.favazza@gordon.edu
    2. 2. Session 1 Agenda Poll Syllabus & course overview Why technology? - a prezi presentation Our class ning, The Gordon Teacher’s Collaborative Get everyone logged in Introductions Technology Self Assessment Tool (TSAT) Twitter Gordon login and Email Diigo
    3. 3. Let me introduce myself...
    4. 4. Your turn Please introduce yourself Your name Where & what you teach or hope to teach What is your favorite technology - does not have to be “educational” anything else you’d like to share
    5. 5. An Example of Technology Use an iMovie created on my iPad, uploaded to Vimeo featuring my students using their TI-Nspire CX handhelds and the Navigator system I use in conjunction with my Smartboard
    6. 6. Take a short poll... using your cell phone.
    7. 7. Integrating Technology for All Students A Prezi presentation
    8. 8. TSAT You will complete the Massachusetts Technology Self-Assessment Tool as a pre-assessment for yourself.
    9. 9. Class Protocols Please do not have any website open other than those we are investigating. Examples: Facebook, email except your Gordon account to get links Please do not text during class unless it is an emergency.
    10. 10. Syllabus EDU614 COURSE DESCRIPTION: Educational technology is an essential learning tool for the 21st century classroom. This course provides an opportunity to explore and gain working knowledge of current instructional technologies. Class demonstrations and hands-on exercises will focus on systems and tools K-12 teachers may find in their districts and schools. Students will become familiar with web 2.0 tools and their appropriate use in the K-12 classroom. Students will be trained to use assistive technology and adaptive communication technology.
    11. 11. Objectives Students will be able to: become technologically literate teachers incorporate appropriate technology and media in lesson planning prepare age appropriate teaching materials using specified technologies understand legal and ethical issues as they apply to responsible and acceptable use of the Internet, educational technology and other resources.
    12. 12. Textbook Blogs, Wikis, Podcasts, and Other Powerful Web Tools for Classrooms by Will Richardson Who Owns the Learning by Alan November
    13. 13. Course Structure This course will use a hybrid model of in class discussions and online learning. We will use different applications to help you expand the boundaries of teaching and learning in your classroom or future classroom. This course is designed to use computers, the internet and many platforms. It is expected that students entering class have a working knowledge of the computer. If this is not the case, you will need to spend extra time developing the necessary computer skills to function effectively on the platforms. If you have a deficiency in these area(s) you need to take care of this in the first week of the course. You will need to spend some time voluntarily in the lab between classes. Speak to me if you need additional assistance in this area.
    14. 14. You are also expected to have a working username and email account. Contact CET if you do not have a working account.
    15. 15. Performance Assessment Classroom Participation(15%): This course is designed to be interactive. The success of the course relies heavily on student participation, which implies that all class members will be fully prepared to participate both in class and on our class Ning. During each class students are expected to completely engage in class activities by exploring the online tools shared. It is expected that no student will have another website open; this includes email and sites such as Facebook. Cell phone use is for emergency only. If you fail to honor these guidelines your participation grade will be lowered. Unexcused absences will lower your participation grade.
    16. 16. Performance Assessment Teacher Blog (60%): All course participants will create a personal Weblog on our Ning Community, The Gordon Teacher’s Collaborative. You will be instructed how to add to and maintain your Weblog during the first class session. Blog entries addressing the assignments for each week of class are due according to the schedule listed below to allow others time to read and comment on your blog. Late submissions will lower your grade. Blog posts should be well developed, thoroughly written entries demonstrating thoughtful reflection.
    17. 17. Students are expected to write a minimum of 28 (23 are specified) (For EDU630 a minimum of 28 (26 are specified) blog posts including to but not limited to the following: ★Reflections on readings and assignments ★Interesting Websites, Blogs or other technological tools ★Responses to the reading of blogs through your RSS feed Students will offer at minimum three comments per week on the blog entries of your classmates.
    18. 18. Participants will be shown how to develop an RSS (Really Simple Syndication) on Google. Course participants should maintain an RSS with a minimum of three blogs (from outside the class). In response to three separate blog posts through the RSS feed, students will compose a minimum of three blog entries. Please sign up for a Google account if you do not have one for tomorrow night.
    19. 19. Final Project & Presentation (25%): With an individually selected topic (with instructor approval) you will create a final project and give a twenty-minute presentation. You must demonstrate proficiency in a chosen media environment and application of technology. Include at least one of the applications that you have learned in this course. Develop, write and submit a detailed plan on how you would incorporate this into your classroom. In your presentation, share your plan and explain what 21st century skills are addressed. Proper attribution and citations must be provided.
    20. 20. Topics & Assignments A group of posts are due once a week Example: let’s look at the first set of assignments: • Read the blog post: Why Teachers Should Blog. Respond in a blog post. • Read Ch. 1 in Richardson text. Respond in a blog post. • Read Ch. 2 in Richardson text. Respond in a blog post. All blog entries for the week are due by Sunday at 5 PM. This is an absolute deadline. You may of course post early. This give folks time to comment on blogs. Let’s say comments are due by Wednesdays.
    21. 21. Let’s go to the Ning!
    22. 22. Gordon Email All communication with me needs to be through Gordon email. You can redirect Gordon Email to another email account
    23. 23. Twitter Best professional development for me 10 steps for Educators new to twitter The following was prepared by Joey Estes for a parent technology night this spring.
    24. 24. Twitter is a Cool Tool •By joining Twitter, you can connect with people all over the world about things that interest you. •Imagine having literally thousands of people to bounce ideas off of, share best practices, and to give you recommendations for your next good read. •All information is shared via 140 characters or less.
    25. 25. Time to Join! •Once you have decided that Twitter is something you would like to explore, go to the website and sign up for an account. It’s free!
    26. 26. Following •Once you have joined, you will need to find people to follow. • This means that you find people who have the same interests as you, or people you find interesting. • Maybe you want to know what Time magazine has to say. • Or maybe your kids are interested in Justin Bieber.
    27. 27. Now it’s time to interact. •Anytime you see the @ sign in front of a name, it is like someone is talking to or about that person directly.
    28. 28. Links •You will often see a link that is a small jumble of letters and numbers. This is a smaller link taking the place of a super long link. •The real link looks like this: http://www.boston.com/community/groups.html? slPage=showBlogPost&slGroupKey=0cf59848-a680-4169-abad- ba4fa2c99f46&slBlogKey=Blog:c55b1ea4-61d4-4827-90ab- 574b44d3b002@D|9;36|CommGroup0cf59848-a680-4169-abad- ba4fa2c99f46|&slBlogPostKey=Blog:c55b1ea4-61d4-4827-90ab- 574b44d3b002@D|9;36|CommGroup0cf59848-a680-4169-abad-
    29. 29. Hashtags •Using a # is an easy way to follow a conversation on a particular subject. •#edchat #edtech •Every day there are new and different #’s the pop up. •#Idollivedavid •#MothersDay •#Parenting
    30. 30. Twitter •Why Teachers Should Be Using Twitter. •Twitter Chat Tools •Getting Started with Twitter in Schools
    31. 31. Diigo Online bookmarking Accept invitation to EDU614 group tags Use to bookmark any site we visit so you can come back to it when the course is over.

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