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  • 1. Michelle Morley Changing The Way We Teach, The Way We Work & The Way We Learn http://www.flickr.com/photos/cleopold73/2906486794/
  • 2. Changing the Way We Teach http://www.flickr.com/photos/sanjoselibrary/2801521602/in/photostream/
  • 3. Finding the Right Tool ....
  • 4. How Can We Do That?
    • Embed technology in the subjects you teach
      • Researching & using presentation tools
      • 5. Improving content skills with websites
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/mattcarman/1573507091/
  • 6. What is the Purpose: Information you want them VS research?
    • Create a space for students to easily access your links – ie. school connect – online bookmarking – blog – wiki
    • 7. Researching – make sure you teach them appropriate research skills -
      • “Everything on the internet is Not Free to Use”
  • 8. Inspire Creativity & Innovation
    • Use on or offline concept mapping tools to help students think about their thinking
    • 9. Inspiration
    • 10. MindMeister
  • 11. Move Further
    • Student Blog or Wiki
      • Learning is transparent
      • 12. Allows for communication & collaboration
      • 13. Platform to share work, learning
  • 15. Digital-Age Learning Experiences & Assessments
    • Use technology to research & collect information online & create a digital product
      • Online Research Tools
      • 16. PhotoStory – Glogster – Blog – Wiki- powerpoint & convert into Slideshare - Create a Graph
  • 17. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZokqjjIy77Y
  • 18. Changing The Way We Work http://www.flickr.com/photos/aeioux/25772991/
  • 19. How Can We Do That? http://wyatt67.edublogs.org/
  • 20. Participate in Online Collaboration
    • Create a classroom blog
    • 21. Create a wiki or a Google Doc to share with your school staff
    • 22. Participating in the GSSD – SMART Board Wiki, Math Manipulative Wiki or Start a GSSD Science Community
    • 23. Participate in a Global Community
      • 40 Interesting Ways to Wordle in your classroom
  • 24.
      Publish Student Work VS Handing-In Student work
      • Google Docs – Share & Collaborate
      • 25. Use Slideshare to publish a Powerpoint & post on blog/wiki
      • 26. Paper Math Journal VS Online Math Journal (blogging)
  • 27. Food For Thought ...
    • Offering Students more choices in the way they submit assignments
    • 28. If we can Google it does it make sense to memorize it?
    • 29. 24-7 Learning
    • 30. Change your path to a lifelong learner – problem solver
  • 31. Virtual Visits
    • Connecting with other classrooms through blogging/email etc.
    • 32. Video Conferencing - “Teach us Something” with an expert
    • 33. Screen Sharing – Problem Solving
  • 34. Changing The Way We Learn http://www.flickr.com/photos/laughingsquid/ 2744900536 / http://www.flickr.com/photos/reway2007/2449337043/
  • 35. Professional Growth & Leadership
    • Explore learning communities – bloggers – twitter – wikis – ning (social networking groups)
    • 36. Exhibit leadership in our school by trying emerging technologies
    • 37. Reflect on your use of technology
    • 38. Continue lifelong learning
  • 39. Create Personal Learning Networks http://etoolbox.wikispaces.com/PLN
  • 40. Digital Citizenship & Responsibility
    • Model appropriate use of digital resources
    • 41. Involve students
    • 42. Inform learners of consequences of misuse
    • 43. Engage students in collaborate work, communication
  • 44. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mghGV37TeK8
  • 45. Think About .... The way you teach The way you work The way you learn