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Tool Time with Rose

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Presented at the ACBSP Conference, Baltimore, MD, June 2012

Presented at the ACBSP Conference, Baltimore, MD, June 2012

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  • Is it easy to walk into a traditional classroom and measure engagement? Depending on how you defined engagement, you could find several different ways to determine if students are engaged in the learning process. Look around – how many participatge, raise their hands, on task, level of academic achievement, ability to collaborateNevertheless, over the last two decades there has been significant growth in the awareness of and the ability to assess student engagement.But how can you measure student engagement when it comes to the use of technology? Can you simply walk in a room and assess how engaged students are by whether or not they have technology in their hands. Our natural inclination as educators would be to view hands on activities as one of the best indicators of engagement. For example, if you were to see several students using iPod touches and collaborating with each other, you would might assume that the students are highly engaged, the same as you would if the students were using math manipulatives.However, while these students may be engaged, it is hard to qualify the degree of engagement. While using technology may be engaging in and of it self, it is important to evaluate the level of engagement and its role in the learning process.
  • You are still the driving force in the classroom. You are the catalyst for your student’s learning.
  • How do we tie in technology to the pedagogy of teaching? The Revised Bloom’s Taxonomy places emphasis upon its use as a “ more authentic tool for curriculum planning, instructional delivery and assessment.” This new taxonomy reflects a more active form of thinking and is perhaps more accurate.With the advance of technology into our lives and particularly into education , we started to talk about new emerging skills and competences that Bloom’s first taxonomy did not include. Below is a diagram i have created to include these new skills which corresponds to the 21st century learning.
  • Sun50Free for 40 or less. How can you use polling? Think of it like using Clickers, student response systemIn a typical class discussion only a few can answer your questions.Review and reinforcement = test prior knowledgeAttendanceAudience choice awardsTexting questions to expert panelsReplace expensive clickersGreen surveys at conferencesText feedback to a presenterAutomated attendance trackingAnonymous polls for sensitive topicsBrainstorming with 2000 peopleMarket research Training comprehension checksGrading in-class quizzesPolitical electionsPress F5 or enter presentation mode to view the poll\r\nIn an emergency during your presentation, if the poll isn't showing, navigate to this link in your web browser:\r\nhttp://www.polleverywhere.com/multiple_choice_polls/NDA0NjI1NzkzIf you like, you can use this slide as a template for your own voting slides. You might use a slide like this if you feel your audience would benefit from the picture showing a text message on a phone.
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    • 1. Tool Time with Rose Rose Kuceyeski, Ph.D. Owens Community College ACBSP, June 2013
    • 2. Today’s Agenda Understand the benefits of incorporatingtechnology-based education into business education subject matter to enhance student engagement and collaboration. Obtain a practical “toolbox” of technologytools that you may implement immediately in your subject matter. Share “best practices” for incorporating technology tools in your subject matter through an interactive session.
    • 3. Technology is just a tool. In terms ofgetting the kids working togetherand motivating them, the teacher isthe most important. – Bill Gates
    • 4. Bloom’s Taxonomy
    • 5. Google Tools Support Bloom’s
    • 6. Toolbox Categories Poll/Survey Tools VideoDigital Presentation Tools Collaboration Screen Capture Social Networking
    • 7. bgr.com
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    • 15. http://www.livebinders.com/play/play_or_edit?id=29493
    • 16. bgr.com
    • 17. My Example
    • 18. My Screencast-O-Matic
    • 19. Standards and Criteria  Criterion 5.7 Faculty and Staff Professional Development and Scholarly Activities  Criterion 5.8 Faculty Instructional Development  Criterion 6.9 Educational Innovation
    • 20. Write-Pair-Share  Write your answers individually on your worksheet  Pair with a partner and discuss your answers  Share your answers (or your partner’s answers) when called upon
    • 21. Websites: http://www.polleverywhere.com/ http://www.surveymonkey.com/ http://www.youtube.com/ www.animoto.com http://www.empressr.com/ www.skype.com https://join.me https://trello.com/ http://www.livebinders.com/ http://www.screenr.com/ http://www.screencast-o-matic.com/ http://tweetbook.in/ http://www.educatorstechnology.com/2011/09/blooms-taxonomy- 21st-century-version.html#.Ty3hIS_BBWU.delicious