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Future of Technology group project for The University of West Florida, Summer of 2012

Future of Technology group project for The University of West Florida, Summer of 2012

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    • Future of Technology Project G roup 6 A n d r e a C h a m p a g n ie L is a S t e v e n s o n Tra c y Va nn EME 6316C University of West Florida
    • High School/College Calculus• Student Age range from 15-20 years old• Pre-requisite skills: – Basic windows software computer familiarity – Established individual profile on Tutoring web site Khan Academy – Successful completion of Trigonometry (Pre- Calculus) – Individually owned scientific (graphing) calculator
    • Typical Classroom Set Up of the Future• Computer workstations throughout room (at least 1 for every 3 students).• Instructor tools: – SMART board – Smart Response Clicker Technology – Slates – Established profile in the Khan Academy
    • SMART Board• SMART Board is a interactive white board that uses touch screen ability on a large white board.• SMART Board is connected to the teacher’s computer.• SMART Notebook Math Tools software to create, explore, evaluate, and solve math problems.
    • SMART Notebook Lesson Images from a Calculus Lesson
    • S ma rt R e s pons e C l i c k e r Te c h n o l o g y• Use the handheld devices for grading and attendance, – formative assessments and comprehension.• Teachers can poll the class – Divide students into small discussion groups, and then poll them again to see what they learned from one another• Clicker responses can be anonymous – Clickers encourage participation, even from shy students or with sensitive topics• Devices are popular with students, who love the game-like experience. – They love challenging themselves and competing with their classmates. Theyre doing work but its fun.
    • S ma rt R e s pons e C l i c k e r Te c h n o l o g y• LCD screens are now common• Texting capability – Facilitates open-ended questions and self- paced learning.• Some devices enable students to input their clicker responses via computer.• Others let teachers transmit questions or comments to students collectively or individually via clicker.• Teachers can help those who are struggling or adapt instruction if many are having difficulty.• Also let teachers tag certain questions by skill and assessment standard for review after class.
    • Slates• eInstruction recently introduced the Mobi View slate, which gives teachers a larger touch screen, centralized control over student devices, and full access to lesson plans, applications, and eInstructions ExamView assessment content library.• The SMART Slate™ wireless slate gives you and your students the freedom to interact with digital content from anywhere in the room. As you use the pen to write on the surface of the wireless slate, your handwriting displays on both your computer screen and the SMART Board interactive whiteboard or a projection screen for all to see.• "Its like embedding a smartphone inside a whiteboard,"• Students work together and learn from each other for a higher level of collaborative learning.
    • T h e K h a n A c a d e m y i s a n o n -p r o f i t-B a n g la d e s h i A m e r ic a n e d u c a t o rS a lm a n K h a n , a g r a d u a t e o f M IT a n dH a r v a r d B u s in e s s S c h o o l. W it h t h es t a t e d m is s io n o f " p r o v id in g a h ig hq u a lit y e d u c a t io n t o a n y o n e ,a n y w h e r e " , t h e w e b s it e s u p p lie s af r e e o n lin e c o lle c t io n o f m o r e t h a n3 , 0 0 0 m ic r o le c t u r e s v ia v id e ot u t o r ia ls s t o r e d o n Yo u T u b e t e a c h in gm a t h e m a t ic s , H is t o r y h e a lt h c a r e a n dm e d ic in e , f in a n c e , p h y s ic s , c h e m is t r y ,b io lo g y , a s t r o n o m y , e c o n o m ic s ,c o s m o lo g y , o r g a n ic c h e m is t r y ,A m e r ic a n c iv ic s , a r t h is t o r y ,m a c r o e c o n o m ic s , m ic r o e c o n o m ic s ,a n d c o m p u t e r s c ie n c e .
    • How it works for studentsStudents can make use of our extensive videolibrary, interactive challenges, and assessmentsfrom any computer with access to the web. Complete custom self-paced learning tool A dynamic system for getting help A custom profile, points, and badges to measureprogress
    • • http://www.khanacademy.org/math/calulus• Topics covered in the first two or three semesters of college calculus. Everything from limits to derivatives to integrals to vector calculus. Should understand the topics in the pre-calculus playlist first (the limit videos are in both playlists)
    • Sample Videos• http://www.khanacademy.org/math/calculus/ v/newton-leibniz-and-usain-bolt• http://www.khanacademy.org/math/calculus/v/in• http://www.khanacademy.org/math/calculus/v/sq
    • ReferencesDerringer, P. (2011). Learning by clicker. Scholastic Administrator. Retrieved from http://www.scholastic.com/browse/article.jsp?id=3755843eInstruction. (n.d.). Mobi view. Retrieved from http://www.einstruction.com/Khan, S. (2012). Calculus. Retrieved from the Khan Academy website: http://www.khanacademy.org/math/SMART Technologies. (2012). Slate wireless slate. Retrieved from http://smarttech.com/SMART Technologies. (2012). SMART Board interactive whiteboards. Retrieved from http://smarttech.com/