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In-Service for High School Teachers Moving to One to One

In-Service for High School Teachers Moving to One to One

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    • Pope John Paul High School In-service March, 2010 Nancy Caramanico
      • What does the research say about learning in the 21 st Century?
      • What can teachers do to learn new skills and strategies
      • What One to One Classroom resources are available
      • What new skills and strategies can we learn today?
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      • Youth use media to explore interests and friendships
      • Students learn from their peers and learn in a self directed way
      • Learning is largely social
      • Adults have an important role to play
      • Schools should facilitate participation
      • Assessing is a challenge given skills diversity
      • http://digitallearning.macfound.org/site/c.enJLKQNlFiG/b.2029199/
      • Trends
      • Cloud Computing
      • Online Learning
      • Ebooks
      • Mobile Technology
      • Horizon Report
        • http://digitalyouth.ischool.berkeley.edu/report
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      • Exposure to a variety of technology
      • Hands on access
      • Provide Resources
      • Plan Future Learning
      • Agenda
        • One to One Access-Strategies and lesson ideas – Diana Laufenberg
        • Breakout Sessions
        • Digital Storytelling-Eileen Goldsmith
        • Classroom Connections-Joe Konecki
        • Web2.0 Classroom Applications: Robin Ellis, Annette Lee, Rob Moran
      • Links to resources posted here :
      • http://engagewithtech.wikispaces.com/Exploring+the+One+to+One+Classroom%2C+Feb+2010
      • Transforming the Classroom
      • Teacher skills and information
      • Transforming teacher role
      • New expectations for all
      • Current issues in education
      • Implementing innovations
      • Refining practice.
      • Linda Darling Hammond, Teacher’s College, Columbia
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      • In 15 minutes a day, you can-
      • Connect with a teacher
      • Read a journal article
      • Learn a new skill via Youtube or other resource
      • Get new lesson ideas
      • Listen to a TEDtalk
      • Join a ning for teachers- Participate
      • And Much, Much More
      • Time Investment
        • Between March and September 1 – Approximately 40 hours
        • Yearly – 87.5 hours
      • One to One Website
      • http://1to1schools.net/
      • One to One Wiki for Schools
      • http://sai121.wikispaces.com/
      • Supports
      • http://www.guide2digitallearning.com//professional_development/10_technologies_use_laptop_tablet_classroom
      • Connect with others- Build a Personal Learning Network
      • Blogs and RSS
      • Social Networking
      • Teachers Ning http://aopelemplp.ning.com/
      • Social Bookmarking
      • Journals
      • Wiki www.engagewithtech.wikispaces.com
      • Wiki Page for PJP workshop
      • School Wiki – PLP
      • Tedtalks for Teachers
      • http://www.freetech4teachers.com/2009/12/10-ted-talks-for-teachers-to-watch.html
      • 15 Minutes Wiki http://keeping-up.wikispaces.com/
      • Websites will be sent out daily on twitter by Nancy with online professional development resources that represent 15 minutes of learning
      • Twitter Hashtag –Learning for Teachers -15 minute chunks - #PD21c
      • Link: http://www.twitter.com/ncara
      • Image http://www.flickr.com/photos/43905767@N00/68913172