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SCHOOL11-12 January 2013
SCHOOLOur goal in this part of the session is to look atways that 1:1 technology dovetails with TAP.
SCHOOLOur goal in this part of the session is to look atways that 1:1 technology dovetails with TAP.The short answer is th...
SCHOOLOur goal in this part of the session is to look atways that 1:1 technology dovetails with TAP.The short answer is th...
SCHOOLOur goal in this half-hour is to identify a fewways we can effectively incorporate 1:1technology into our TAP enviro...
SCHOOLWe will work in small groups, mixed betweenelementary and secondary, to identify blendedlearning strategies that uti...
SCHOOLPermit us to model.
SCHOOLWe chose Standards & Objectives, specifically,“There is evidence that most studentsdemonstrate mastery of the object...
SCHOOLIn a standard classroom setting, we would dolook for evidence in several ways:✔ The questions students ask, and the ...
SCHOOLSo how does this translate to the 1:1environment?
SCHOOLStudent questions & responses –✔ we’re still conversing with our students;✔ we can still do everything we’ve ever do...
SCHOOLStudent questions & responses –✔ we’re still conversing with our students;✔ we can still do everything we’ve ever do...
SCHOOLStudent performance on in-class tasks –✔ we’re still monitoring visually & aurally;✔ we will still do hand grading a...
SCHOOLStudent performance on in-class tasks –✔ we’re still monitoring visually & aurally;✔ we will still do hand grading a...
SCHOOLStudent performance on assignments, quizzes& exams –✔ some assignments, especially those involvingcreative thinking ...
SCHOOLStudent performance on assignments, quizzes& exams –✔ some assignments will still requirehand grading;✔ individuated...
SCHOOLNow we’ll ask you to get into groups, select theTAP indicator in your assigned category, and dothe same.We’ll take a...
SCHOOLThank you.
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  1. 1. SCHOOL11-12 January 2013
  2. 2. SCHOOLOur goal in this part of the session is to look atways that 1:1 technology dovetails with TAP.
  3. 3. SCHOOLOur goal in this part of the session is to look atways that 1:1 technology dovetails with TAP.The short answer is that 1:1 technology createsopportunities for blended learning entirelyconsistent with the TAP rubric, and that makesteachers more efficient.
  4. 4. SCHOOLOur goal in this part of the session is to look atways that 1:1 technology dovetails with TAP.The short answer is that 1:1 technology createsopportunities for blended learning entirelyconsistent with the TAP rubric.This includes how we, as teachers, canincorporate technology in ways that improve ourscores on TAP evaluations.
  5. 5. SCHOOLOur goal in this half-hour is to identify a fewways we can effectively incorporate 1:1technology into our TAP environment.
  6. 6. SCHOOLWe will work in small groups, mixed betweenelementary and secondary, to identify blendedlearning strategies that utilize the newtechnology to fulfill TAP indicators.
  7. 7. SCHOOLPermit us to model.
  8. 8. SCHOOLWe chose Standards & Objectives, specifically,“There is evidence that most studentsdemonstrate mastery of the objective.”
  9. 9. SCHOOLIn a standard classroom setting, we would dolook for evidence in several ways:✔ The questions students ask, and the answersthey give;✔ Student performance on in-class tasks; and,✔ Student performance on assignments, quizzes& exams.
  10. 10. SCHOOLSo how does this translate to the 1:1environment?
  11. 11. SCHOOLStudent questions & responses –✔ we’re still conversing with our students;✔ we can still do everything we’ve ever done;
  12. 12. SCHOOLStudent questions & responses –✔ we’re still conversing with our students;✔ we can still do everything we’ve ever done;✔ LMS toolkit also permits bulletin boards for questions & answers private scaffolding, differentiated instruction record of individual interactions, includingwhere students go online and what they find
  13. 13. SCHOOLStudent performance on in-class tasks –✔ we’re still monitoring visually & aurally;✔ we will still do hand grading and other formsof feedback
  14. 14. SCHOOLStudent performance on in-class tasks –✔ we’re still monitoring visually & aurally;✔ we will still do hand grading and other formsof feedback ;✔ LMS toolkit also permits automatic tracking of individual students automated grading of homework requiring students to complete tasks and/orchapters in order
  15. 15. SCHOOLStudent performance on assignments, quizzes& exams –✔ some assignments, especially those involvingcreative thinking & exposition, will still requirehand grading;✔ individuated feedback will still be done inface-to-face conferences
  16. 16. SCHOOLStudent performance on assignments, quizzes& exams –✔ some assignments will still requirehand grading;✔ individuated feedback will still be done inface-to-face conferences;✔ LMS toolkit also permits quizzes can be set to require correct answers quizzes & tests can be set to auto grading students can work ahead at their own pace,and can go anywhere online
  17. 17. SCHOOLNow we’ll ask you to get into groups, select theTAP indicator in your assigned category, and dothe same.We’ll take about 10 minutes for this, and thencome back together for brief presentations.
  18. 18. SCHOOLThank you.
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