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Learning Objective Focused Technology Integration - Presentation at IETC 2012 that challenges participants to rethink the way they integrate technology and use the TPACK framework to build their capacities and assist in planning.

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### Learning objective focused technology

1. 1. LOFTiLearning Objective Focused Technology IntegrationIETC 2012Mark Fijor – Technology FacilitatorArlington Heights School District 25@newschootechwww.newschooltechnology.org
2. 2. http://www.tpck.org/
3. 3. THE TOOL ANALOGYPart ONE
4. 4. The Tool Analogy
5. 5. What could I use this on today?
6. 6. Technocentric Planning Tool Activity ObjectiveObjective Activity Tool Evaluation Application
7. 7. LEARNING OBJECTICSPart TWO
8. 8. Standards as a Foundation
9. 9. The Anatomy of An Objective• Students will be able to demonstrate an understanding ofthe fundamental properties of linear systems, by explaining the properties to others.
10. 10. The Anatomy of An Objective• Students will be able to demonstrate an understanding of the fundamental properties of linear systems, by explaining the properties to others.
11. 11. THE HOW – WHAT DOESLEARNING LOOK LIKEPart Three
12. 12. Pedagogical Decisions• Focus on Interaction More Teacher Centered More Student Centered
13. 13. Pedagogical Decisions
14. 14. Pedagogical Decisions• Type of Information Convergent Divergent
15. 15. Pedagogical Decisions• Grouping
16. 16. Objective-centric PlanningObjective Activity Tool Evaluation Application Tool Activity Objective
17. 17. The Anatomy of An Objective• Students will be able to demonstrate an understanding of the fundamental properties of linear systems, by explaining the properties to others.
18. 18. Technology is a Bicycle for our Mind
19. 19. AFFORDANCE ANDCONSTRAINTSPart FOUR
20. 20. Affordances and constraints Affordances Constraints
21. 21. Important Questions to ask• What are the affordances that this tool provides?• What are the constraints of using this tool?• What will my students need to know to use this tool?• What will I need to know to use the tools?• Will I need to frontload any instruction on the tools?• How will the tools impact how I want students to learn?
22. 22. Meeting ObjectivesW.2.7. Participate in shared research and writing projectsStudents will research the culture of the people of China in small groups writea short paragraphs comparing and contrasting to their own culture. • Students research using a • Students research using Google collection of books about Search finding facts about China China while taking notes. while taking notes.
23. 23. Important Questions to ask• What are the affordances that this tool provides?• What are the constraints of using this tool?• What will my students need to know to use this tool?• What will I need to know to use the tools?• Will I need to frontload any instruction on the tools?• How will the tools impact how I want students to learn?
24. 24. DESIGNING ASSESSMENTSPart FIVE
25. 25. Don’t just “Cover” Standards
26. 26. Assess the objective and not the tool
27. 27. Develop Skill Benchmarks
28. 28. REFLECTION AND SHARINGPart SIX
29. 29. Lesson Planning Template Google Doc Planning Template
30. 30. Reflection after lesson/unit• What did I discover during the process?• What would I change and what do I need to learn to make any improvements?• Did the technology help students meet the learning objective?
31. 31. ResourcesLearning Objective Builder:http://byrdseed.com/differentiator/Instructional Strategies:http://olc.spsd.sk.ca/de/pd/instr/index.htmlTPACK and SAMR Podcasts:http://itunes.apple.com/itunes-u/as-we-may-teach-educational/id380294705?mt=10Learning Activity Typeshttp://activitytypes.wmwikis.net/