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These are some of the ways Westwood Regional Jr/Sr High School teachers integrate technology into the classroom. This slide-show was presented at Digital Learning Day webinar Feb 8th, 2013.

These are some of the ways Westwood Regional Jr/Sr High School teachers integrate technology into the classroom. This slide-show was presented at Digital Learning Day webinar Feb 8th, 2013.

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  • 1. Digital Learning DayIntegrating Technology into the Classroom Mr. Peter Richter Educational Media Specialist Westwood Regional Jr./Sr. High School 701 Ridgewood Road Township of Washington, NJ 07676 Library Media Center site
  • 2. OverviewThe Westwood New Jersey Regional Jr/SrHigh School will be participating in Digital Learning Day Feb 6th by highlighting how teachers teach and students learn using technology .This is in recognition of the many teachers that have been engaging students in standards based, motivating, content driven and technology infused experiences this year.
  • 3. Digital BadgesStudents award digital badges to teachers who have engaged them in inspiring use of technology in the classroom. Example next slide
  • 4. Feb 6th, 2013 This badge is presented to Teacher_______________In recognition for excellence in the use of technology in teaching. Presented by student_________________
  • 5. Digital Learning Day blogStudents will utilize the school district’s blogging capability to discuss the question… How do you learn with technology? http://www.wwrsd.org/Page/8947
  • 6. Student produced event video Students will be filming and interviewing teachers andstudents during the day. They will then edit and produce a culminating video to be shown on Schooltube as well as the school’s networked TV’s.2012 Alliance for Excellence in Education award winner… http://www.schooltube.com/vide o/4e10656fb6ac4c80a24d/
  • 7. Integrating digital technology across the curriculum – a survey• Teachers engage the students in digitally driven learning experiences in the classroom or online, while collaborating with Web 2.0. tools.• teachers integrate digital technology to seamlessly deliver common core curriculum standards base lessons, assignments and assessments• Teacher will be asked : How do you infuse technology and use digital learning in your
  • 8. Digital audio recording and playbackWorld Language students recording their speaking.Examples could include but not limited to Audacity and Rosetta Stone
  • 9. Digital ManipulativesMath students solving interactive and visually displayed problems.Examples could include but not limited to Illuminations and Gizmos
  • 10. Digital AssessmentsStudents taking online American History tests and practice exams.Examples could include but not limited to Teaching American History FederalGrant
  • 11. Digital CollaborationTeacher demonstrates how students can work on electronic documentssimultaneously.Examples could include but not limited to Google Docs and Wikispaces
  • 12. Digital ToolsStudents using computer aided design in their Interior Design class.Examples include but not limited to HomeStyler and AutoCad
  • 13. Digital PortfoliosStudents create an E-Portfolio in the Art class and submitted it for display on the teacher’swebsite peer review.Examples include but not limited to Schoolwires and Edmodo
  • 14. Digital Posters Web 2.0Students create digital posters and blog their comments in Health class.Examples include but not limited to Glogster
  • 15. Digital presentationsStudents collate their thoughts and prepare their World Language speech.Examples include but not limited to PowerPoint and Prezi
  • 16. Digital research databases and E-booksStudent use informational databases and e-books as they prepare termspapers for history class.Examples include but not limit to Infobase and Gale Virtual Reference Library
  • 17. Digital video editingStudents edit footage for their video project in Digital Media class.Examples include but limited to I-movie and Movie Maker
  • 18. Digital Simulations and TeleconferencingStudents engage in a real time online Stock Market competition in Economicsclass.Examples include but not limited to The Stock Market Game .org and Skype
  • 19. Digital TextbooksStudents utilize full text online textbooks, find print books from the electronic catalog oruse text to speech technology.Examples include most publishers, Bergen Electronic Library Schools, or Bookshares
  • 20. Digital website buildersStudents create their own historical websites in history class.Examples include but not limited to Wix and Weebly
  • 21. Digital Internet sitesStudents follow a guided Web search as they prepare the English class essay.This includes but not limited to Internet Public Library and Great Websites forKids
  • 22. Digital video productionStudents produce and comment with Web 2.0 videos reflecting their English classmemoir studies.Examples include but limited to Animoto and Stupiflix
  • 23. Digital InformationStudents learn information literacy skills using web based tools in LibraryMedia class.Examples include Turnitin and Bibme.
  • 24. Toward a successful Digital Learning Day! Mr. Peter Richter Educational Media Specialist Library Media Center Westwood Jr/Sr High School Washington Township, NJ 07676 Library Media Center site 201-664-0880 x 2085 peterrichter@wwrsd.org