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We have computers but no internet

  1. 1. We Have Computers but NO Internet: Help!<br />Mr. Johnathan A. Reece<br />Western PRTESOL Conference<br />San German, Puerto Rico<br />April 30, 2011<br />
  2. 2. Introduction<br />Because of our ever-changing society and the integration of technology into education, each of us must learn to utilize it in our curriculums.<br />But, so many of us have computer(s) but no access to the Internet.<br />Therefore, how can we integrate technology into the curriculum?<br />
  3. 3. Benefits<br />Teach in any classroom<br />Show movies in the classroom<br />Presentation tool for graphics<br />Encyclopedia built into the computer<br />Small group computer work<br />If not enough computers are available, start them on paper and when computers become available, they can transfer the data.<br />
  4. 4. EXAMPLES<br />Now, let’s look at some.<br />Later, we will show examples of several of these.<br />
  5. 5. Games<br />Affordable games are available for typing, math, keyboarding, grammar, coordination, science, etc...<br />EXAMPLES: (all under $9.99)<br />Space Invaders<br />I Love Math<br />Math Blaster<br />Adventure Workshop<br />Math, Science, English, Typing<br />Paint (free with Microsoft Word)<br />
  6. 6. PowerPoint<br />Can use this to create a story book, using pictures you’ve taken (we will see an example later)<br />Spelling<br />Color recognition<br />Math<br />Book reports<br />
  7. 7. Story Book<br />Our Vacation<br />
  8. 8. Microsoft Word--students<br />Write a letter<br />Address an envelope<br />Create brochures, pamphlets<br />Typing practice<br />Learn correct spelling with “spell check”<br />Thesaurus<br />Short stories and changes done<br />Graphics<br />Journals<br />
  9. 9. Microsoft Word--teachers<br />Make tests, quizzes<br />Make awards<br />Lesson plans<br />Sign-in lists for classes<br />Class list (phone number, address, etc…)<br />Letters to parents<br />
  10. 10. Example of TEST<br />TEST for INGL 3227<br />
  11. 11. Excel<br />FOR STUDENTS<br />Design posters<br />Calendars<br />Spelling Lists<br />Vocabulary Lists<br />FOR TEACHERS<br />Lesson Plans<br />Attendance Sheets<br />Grades (example)<br />
  12. 12. Example of grades<br />INGL 3205 M76<br />
  13. 13. Photo Story<br />This is another program that is free to download from the Internet and bring it to school to help your students use their creativity in the classroom.<br />
  14. 14. Digital Photography<br />Example of a Photo Story<br />
  15. 15. HOW should we integrate technology?<br />According to Wong and Henriksen, technology professors at Michigan State, we should make technology in our classes “fashionable” and “attractive” which, in turn, will encourage students to become interested and get involved in their studies.<br />
  16. 16. WHY should we integrate technology?<br />We endorse any instructional approach that inspires students to imagine possibilities, helps them create an existence that is more worthwhile and beautiful, and, in general, provides opportunities for them to experience how “cool” ideas can be.<br />
  17. 17. Conclusion<br />Students who actively participate in classroom projects are more attentive and motivated to take responsibility for their success. Successful class participation is just one of the many benefits of integrating technology into your classroom.<br />
  18. 18. THANK YOU for Your Attention<br />Questions?<br />You will find this presentation on:<br />Slideshare.net<br />Look for: We have computers but no Internet. Now what?<br />