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Do What We Say, Not What We Do!<br />We stress technology to our students daily	<br />We have Smart Boards in our rooms<br...
What is Open House Like?<br />A handwritten schedule given to the parents to follow<br />A typed/copied syllabus for paren...
Where is the Technology?<br />Where is the SmartBoard illustration showing how parents can obtain daily information about ...
What we need to communicate to parents!<br />The world the students live in where they are constantly needing to feel conn...
What students need to hear on day 1!<br />You will be a smarter generation than your teachers<br />Illustrate some technol...
We must Model what we teach<br />We lose integrity with our students when we say one thing and teach something else<br />S...
We have to teach them in their “language”<br />Earn their attention and respect by teaching them something using their “la...
Why is a teacher absence a waste of a learning day?<br />Teacher web and Edmodo have tools to record lessons and they can ...
Technology Advantages - Teachers<br />Keep students engaged<br />Students want to learn through their “language”<br />Exte...
Technology Advantages - Student<br />Keeps their attention<br />Challenging<br />Familiar  with technology language<br />C...
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Students are "Plugged In" R Teachers?

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Students need to be connected to feel comfortable in learning. Technology is the connection that launches their learning and prepares them for "our" future.

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  1. 1. Do What We Say, Not What We Do!<br />We stress technology to our students daily <br />We have Smart Boards in our rooms<br />We have announcements fed to our rooms through the televisions<br />We take attendance on-line<br />Grades are posted for students/parents for them to view on-line<br />
  2. 2. What is Open House Like?<br />A handwritten schedule given to the parents to follow<br />A typed/copied syllabus for parents to refer to<br />An exhaustive walk around the building through their child’s schedule<br />A contact phone number and e-mail to contact their teacher with questions<br />
  3. 3. Where is the Technology?<br />Where is the SmartBoard illustration showing how parents can obtain daily information about assignments through Edmodo?<br />Where is the Edmodo tutorial?<br />Where is the explanation about teacher web?<br />Where is the SmartBoard demo?<br />
  4. 4. What we need to communicate to parents!<br />The world the students live in where they are constantly needing to feel connected<br />The tools we will use to allow them to feel connected and learn the content<br />Completed projects to show parents what their students will learn and how they will be connected<br />How these tools will prepare them for their life after high school<br />
  5. 5. What students need to hear on day 1!<br />You will be a smarter generation than your teachers<br />Illustrate some technology that is in their future<br />How the content will be taught<br />What will be taught isn’t as important to them<br />They will work with their peers and help teach each other through technological means<br />
  6. 6. We must Model what we teach<br />We lose integrity with our students when we say one thing and teach something else<br />Starting on the first day of class, we need to reduce their anxiety by creating an environment they are comfortable with<br />Mobile Learning Devices<br />SmartBoards<br />Computer Projects<br />
  7. 7. We have to teach them in their “language”<br />Earn their attention and respect by teaching them something using their “language” of technology<br />They love social networking and Edmodo is a controlled learning tool that uses social networking<br />Teach them to take responsibility for their work by attaching files in Edmodo and making them accountable for checking Edmodo when they are absent<br />
  8. 8. Why is a teacher absence a waste of a learning day?<br />Teacher web and Edmodo have tools to record lessons and they can be played to the class when the teacher is absent<br />Students can also see the same thing from their homes should they be absent<br />
  9. 9. Technology Advantages - Teachers<br />Keep students engaged<br />Students want to learn through their “language”<br />Extend the classroom outside of the school day<br />Students have accountability for assignments<br />No make-up work copies – They get it from the teacher web or Edmodo<br />Students can help their classmates in Edmodo<br />
  10. 10. Technology Advantages - Student<br />Keeps their attention<br />Challenging<br />Familiar with technology language<br />Connected to classmates and teacher on-line (Edmodo)<br />Connected socially with classmates – Edmodo class specific <br />Connected to class assignments and can obtain copies of needed documentation and deadlines<br />
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