7pm ETOctober 25, 2012Kyle SchuttDiscovery Educator Network  10 TIPS FOR SPARKING CURIOSITY         – A WEBINAR FOR TEACHERS
About Me•   Director, Education Outreach & Curriculum    Integration•   Kyle_Schutt@Discovery.com•   Twitter: @ktschutt•  ...
Navigating a Webinar•   Participants have a “voice” via the chat window – please use this medium to ask    questions, resp...
Goals•   Encourage educators to utilize the resources on www.curiosityintheclassroom.com    with students and parents•   I...
CuriosityintheClassroom.com
“The Answer”
“The Answer”
“Lowell astronomers will use the DCT to answer fundamental questions about ouruniverse. In fact, some big questions – for ...
?       ?#2       ?   ?
Inventor and physicist, Reginald Fessender invented many    Thomas Alva Edison (1847-1931) with his first phonograph.devic...
SIR KEN ROBINSON
Question Formulation Technique       http://new.livestream.com/DEN/rightquestion
A Google a Day
Guess the Wordle
Infographics
Create your infographics                     http://visual.ly/
Do you know what this is?
CAPTCHACompletely Automated Public Turing Test to Tell       Computers and Humans Apart
CAPTCHA Examples                                 Other CAPTCHAs require                                 alphanumeric strin...
Lesson Plans and more
Creativity with Cardboard
Curating Toolshttp://www.scoop.it/t/curiosityintheclassroom
Why Curation in the Classroom?   Information Explosion/   Instructional T ime Dilemma   1960                           Tim...
Upcoming Webinars
Win Big!
Continue the Conversation– Continue the learning from this webinar with the Intel  Engage Teachers Community!– Respond to ...
7pm ETOctober 25, 2012Kyle SchuttDiscovery Educator Network                      QUESTIONS?
10 Tips for Inspiring Curiosity - a Webinar for Teachers
10 Tips for Inspiring Curiosity - a Webinar for Teachers
10 Tips for Inspiring Curiosity - a Webinar for Teachers
10 Tips for Inspiring Curiosity - a Webinar for Teachers
10 Tips for Inspiring Curiosity - a Webinar for Teachers
10 Tips for Inspiring Curiosity - a Webinar for Teachers
10 Tips for Inspiring Curiosity - a Webinar for Teachers
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Kids are curious. They have questions. Keep their curiosity piqued by teaching them how to find information, explore interests, and solve problems. Starting with the free resources provided through the Curiosity in the Classroom website, we’ll explore ten tips for sparking curiosity in the classroom. Educators will learn how to use free resources like agoogleaday to refine students' information literacy skills and Guess the Wordle to find the answers to challenging questions.

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  • 4 famous people that embody curiosity, discovery, and innovation. Who are these people and how did they help satisfy curiosity?-2 minutes on your own (no cheating by backchanneling in chat room!)-How many know at least 1, 2, 3, 4? -What our kids to represent these folks, so how do we get them to be like this people? (who they are and the power of community). -This is how we want our kids to solve problems (collaboration, inquiry, etc) Jump into why then collaboration.. How many do you know activity: jumping point for C’s -2 minutes on your own (no cheating by whispering or backchanneling on Edmodo!)-How many know at least 1, 2, 3, 4? -What our kids to represent these folks, so how do we get them to be like this people? (who they are and the power of community). -This is how we want our kids to solve problems (collaboration, inquiry, etc) Jump into why then collaboration.
  • 4 famous people that embody curiosity, discovery, and innovation. How many do you know activity: jumping point for C’s -2 minutes on your own (no cheating by backchanneling in chat room!)-How many know at least 1, 2, 3, 4? -What our kids to represent these folks, so how do we get them to be like this people? (who they are and the power of community). -This is how we want our kids to solve problems (collaboration, inquiry, etc) Jump into why then collaboration.. How many do you know activity: jumping point for C’s -2 minutes on your own (no cheating by whispering or backchanneling on Edmodo!)-How many know at least 1, 2, 3, 4? -What our kids to represent these folks, so how do we get them to be like this people? (who they are and the power of community). -This is how we want our kids to solve problems (collaboration, inquiry, etc) Jump into why then collaboration.
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  • If you would like more information, click on the CAPTCHA example to view How Stuff Works information about the topic. You should preview the material beforehand and share the information that you feel is relevant to your group of students. You can also just show this and the next slide as examples as to how computers identify human responses online.
  • http://www.scoop.it/t/curiosityintheclassroom
  • you can enter to win a dream vacation and PICK your destination. There’s also a special teacher-only prize – one educator will win a trip to ISEF!: http://curiosityintheclassroom.com/sweepstakes/index.cfm
  • http://engage.intel.com/thread/15870
  • 10 Tips for Inspiring Curiosity - a Webinar for Teachers

    1. 1. 7pm ETOctober 25, 2012Kyle SchuttDiscovery Educator Network 10 TIPS FOR SPARKING CURIOSITY – A WEBINAR FOR TEACHERS
    2. 2. About Me• Director, Education Outreach & Curriculum Integration• Kyle_Schutt@Discovery.com• Twitter: @ktschutt• In 160 Characters or Less: – Husband father friend; Outdoors lover; lifelong learner, listener; DIYer; Director, Discovery Education; DEN STAR, SMART Certified, 3rd grade coteacher
    3. 3. Navigating a Webinar• Participants have a “voice” via the chat window – please use this medium to ask questions, respond to other educators ideas, and provide feedback• Any web links posted in the chat room are “clickable”• You can navigate to websites using your computers web browser• If you are lost, return to our session by finding the Webex application in your toolbar (blue/green ball)• The event is being recorded and will be archived for viewing on the CuriosityintheClassroom.com website
    4. 4. Goals• Encourage educators to utilize the resources on www.curiosityintheclassroom.com with students and parents• Investigate resources and provide follow-up strategies, tools, and resources for classroom use• Interact with participants in the chat window• Provide feedback and enter to win $$$ in giftcards!
    5. 5. CuriosityintheClassroom.com
    6. 6. “The Answer”
    7. 7. “The Answer”
    8. 8. “Lowell astronomers will use the DCT to answer fundamental questions about ouruniverse. In fact, some big questions – for example, how our solar system formedand how dwarf galaxies evolve – are only the beginning.”
    9. 9. ? ?#2 ? ?
    10. 10. Inventor and physicist, Reginald Fessender invented many Thomas Alva Edison (1847-1931) with his first phonograph.devices such as the radio compass and sonic depth finder. Edison came to symbolize for many the inventive genius of American technology.Walt[er] Disney (1901-1966) was born in Chicago and came Frank Lloyd Wright (1869-1959) was the most famousto Hollywood in 1923. American architect of the 20th century. He designed 25 buildings in California.
    11. 11. SIR KEN ROBINSON
    12. 12. Question Formulation Technique http://new.livestream.com/DEN/rightquestion
    13. 13. A Google a Day
    14. 14. Guess the Wordle
    15. 15. Infographics
    16. 16. Create your infographics http://visual.ly/
    17. 17. Do you know what this is?
    18. 18. CAPTCHACompletely Automated Public Turing Test to Tell Computers and Humans Apart
    19. 19. CAPTCHA Examples Other CAPTCHAs require alphanumeric strings instead of words.Some CAPTCHAs require users totrace a given shape found in aphotograph.
    20. 20. Lesson Plans and more
    21. 21. Creativity with Cardboard
    22. 22. Curating Toolshttp://www.scoop.it/t/curiosityintheclassroom
    23. 23. Why Curation in the Classroom? Information Explosion/ Instructional T ime Dilemma 1960 Time 1980 Content 2000 Don Deshler (2004)
    24. 24. Upcoming Webinars
    25. 25. Win Big!
    26. 26. Continue the Conversation– Continue the learning from this webinar with the Intel Engage Teachers Community!– Respond to this discussion: http://engage.intel.com/thread/15870 in the next three weeks and you will automatically be entered into a $100.00 Amazon gift certificate drawing. Share, learn and explore with Engage. • Note: the more that participate, the more $100 gift certificates will be awarded!
    27. 27. 7pm ETOctober 25, 2012Kyle SchuttDiscovery Educator Network QUESTIONS?
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