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  • 1. Invisible TechnologyMarian Martinmarian.martin@krumisd.netPatty Barrerapatricia.barrera@krumisd.netKrum ISDWith permission from :Dodie MaddoxDirector of Instructional Technologydmaddox@swisd.net
  • 2. Web Tool: Poll Everywherehttp://www.polleverywhere.com/multiple_choice_polls/fxUj7WzCwYpZ7oD
  • 3. Post:• List the technologies that arecurrently invisible in your classroom.• http://todaysmeet.com/KISD_ITPD
  • 4. Bloomin Tech
  • 5. A Different MeasurementSAMR Model for Enhancing Technology Integration
  • 6. How do weintroduce newtechnology and makeit invisible?
  • 7. Tools of the Trade
  • 8. Noise Level:• Bouncy Balls Noise Monitoring Tool:Medium
  • 9. Activity 1:• Each person at a table will use adifferent tool• Utilizing your tool, create aproduct that illustrated who youare. Plan to share this with yourstudents on the first day.
  • 10. Where Does it Go?
  • 11. Activity 2:• Each person at a table will use adifferent tool• Utilizing your tool, create aproduct that explains your classexpectations. Plan to share thiswith your students.
  • 12. Where Does it Go?
  • 13. Activity 3:• Each person at a table will use adifferent tool• Utilizing your tool, create aproduct that outlines the fire drillprocedures. Plan to share thiswith your students.
  • 14. Where Does it Go?
  • 15. Bloomin Tech
  • 16. A Different Measurement
  • 17. Your Turn•Thinking about your own curriculumhow could you enhance technologyintegration in your classrooms andmake it “invisible” utilizing thesetools?
  • 18. Apps We UsedToday:• Tom & Ben News• Sock puppets• Toontastic• DemibooksComposer• eBook Magic• Visual Poet• Popplet Lite• ShowME• Educreations• Screen Chomp
  • 19. Tools ModeledToday:• Poll Everywhereo www.polleverywhere.com• Todays Meeto www.todaysmeet.com• QR Creator:o http://qr.zeemind.com/?hl=en-US• Bouncy Balls:o http://ictmagic.visibli.com/share/texdW3
  • 20. Sources• Puentedura, Ruben. "Ruben Puenteduras Weblog."Technology in Education, The First 200,000 Years. N.p., 19 June 2012.Web. Web. 16 Aug. 2012. <http://www.hippasus.com/rrpweblog/archives/000069.html>.• Thompson, Theresa. Vote. 2009. Photograph. FlickrWeb. 16 Aug 2012. <http://www.fotopedia.com/items/flickr-2999130055>.• Jannene, Jeramey. Drivethur. N.d. Photograph. FlickrWeb. 16 Aug 2012.<http://www.flickr.com/photos/compujeramey/22029029/sizes/m/>.• Lewis, John. Chase Your Money. N.d. Photograph. FlickrWeb. 16 Aug 2012.<http://nopsa.hiit.fi/pmg/viewer/photo.php?id=496223>.• Eccles, Pauline. Pay the Pump or Kiosk. 2009. Photograph. Geograph, Herefordshire, GB. Web. 16 Aug 2012.<http://www.geograph.org.uk/photo/1460663>.• Coghlin, Michael. Question Mark. N.d. Photograph. FlickrWeb. 16 Aug 2012.<http://nopsa.hiit.fi/pmg/viewer/photo.php?id=2706793>.• Schrock, Kathy. Blooms Revised Taxonomy: The interlocking of cognitive processes. 2012. Photograph. SchrockGuideWeb. 16 Aug 2012. <http://www.schrockguide.net/bloomin-apps.html>. Used with written permission.