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  • 1. By RaeLene Hamblin
  • 2. Learning Objectives and State Core Tie  The learning objective for my  Standard 3 technology integrated lesson, Students will develop an was that students would understanding of their demonstrate their environment. understanding of four  Objective 1 habitats. These habitats are Investigate relationships desert, wetland, forest, and between plants and animals farm. and how living things change  This lesson was taught at the during their lives. beginning of a unit on  Indicator b habitats and was used to Describe the life cycle of local assess the students’ current plants and animals using knowledge on habitats. diagrams and pictures.
  • 3. The Technology Experience  This was the first time students used Kidspiration so I had to teach the students how to use the program after I gave instruction about habitats . I used one of the school’s projectors and the teacher‘s computer in the computer lab to show students how to use the program.
  • 4. The Technology Experience  Students used the technology, Kidspiration, to complete a habitat template. This template had four habitats; desert, wetland, forest, and farm. Students were required to place at least two pictures of animals at each habitat.  When the class was finished If students completed this with their templates, they were asked to add students made sure they had pictures of plants to each entered their names and place as well. printed off their worksheets.
  • 5. What Went Well?  The students were engaged and excited about the lesson.  The management of students went well.  The students really enjoyed this lesson.  A picture of me using the technique “If you can hear me put your finger on your nose” to get the students’ attention.
  • 6. What could be improved?  Students were unfamiliar with the program.  Students encountered issues using the program that I had not anticipated.  Instructions given were unclear.
  • 7. The Principles of Effective Technology Integration  Student Use of  Technology Use is Technology: Essential:  Students were actively  The use of technology involved in using this in this lesson was not technology. the only way to assess a student’s understanding of the specified habitats.
  • 8. The Principles of Effective Technology Integration  Focus on Learning Task:  Added Value:  Although time was  This use of technology spent teaching student’s added great value by how to use the giving students the tools technology, the to use animals that they technology focused on did not know how to accomplishing the spell. learning task.  Student’s did not spend  The activity, tied time drawing the directly to the learning animals. objective.