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  • 1. Technology Lesson Mindy Ward Cohort 1 Provo District Spring Creek Elementary School
  • 2. Mrs. Stilson’s 3 rd Grade Class
    • 27 kids
    • Stability Balls
    • Promethean Boards
    • Classroom audio system
    • iMac computers for every 2 students
  • 3.  
  • 4. Click to view video.
  • 5. Technology Lesson
    • Content: fractions
    • PowerPoint
    • Promethean Board
  • 6. Purpose
    • Standard/core: Standard 1, objective 2, indicator b
      • Standard 1 Students will understand the base-ten numeration system, place value concepts, simple fractions and perform operations with whole numbers.
      • Objective 2 Use fractions to communicate and compare parts of the whole.
        • Define regions and sets of objects as a whole and divide the whole into equal parts using a variety of objects, models, and illustrations.
    • Learning goal: Students will understand that they can make fractions out of anything.
  • 7.  
  • 8. are everywhere! Fractions
  • 9.  
  • 10.
    • How many pieces make the whole?
  • 11.
    • 12 pieces = the whole
    1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
  • 12.
    • How do we write
    • this as a fraction?
  • 13.  
  • 14.
    • If we eat one piece ,
    • what fraction of the
    • bar is left?
  • 15.  
  • 16.
    • Can we make fractions out of other things ?
  • 17.  
  • 18.
    • Anything else?
  • 19.  
  • 20.
    • You can make fractions out of anything !
  • 21. Manipulatives
    • At this point, I used magnets to stick 7 leaves to the board
    • As a class, we made them into a fraction (3/7 of the leaves are orange)
  • 22. Manipulatives
    • Then I passed out small cut-outs of varying shapes/colors
  • 23.
    • Find the hidden fraction in your set of things.
  • 24.
    • Draw a picture of the fractions on your worksheet.
  • 25. What Went Well
    • Students loved having their own set of manipulatives
    • Students could visually see the fraction
  • 26. What Didn’t Go Well
    • The activity was looking at pictures and writing a fraction, while the assessment was making pictures when given a fraction- opposites! (assess what was taught next time!)
    • Wasn’t as good on the Promethean Board as I wanted to be (Practice next time!)
  • 27. Principles of Effective Technology Integration
    • Student Use of Technology : Effective technology integration typically involves students (as opposed to just the teacher) in actively using the technology.
    • Didn’t meet this one- students should have used the Promethean Board- not just teacher
    • 2. Technology Use is Essential : Effective technology integration is essential not peripheral to the learning activity.
        • It was essential to make sure all students could see the detailed fraction images in the book I scanned pages from
  • 28. Principles of Effective Technology Integration
    • Focus on Learning Task : Effective technology integration focuses on the learning task and not the technology.
      • Success! The Promethean Board was not the focus- it was the helper!
    • Added Value : Effective technology integration facilitates learning activities that would be more difficult or impossible without the technology.
      • It would have been harder (if not impossible) for all students to see the fraction pictures without the Promethean Board
  • 29.
    • The End