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  • Technology Infusion Presentation By: Kelly Shea October 14, 2009
  • Setting
    • My observation took place in a 4 th grade advanced learning classroom. There were 24 students present (14 boys, 10 girls, one hispanic, 11 African Americans, and 12 Caucasians). Seven of these students are in the gifted program.
    • The lesson reviewed math concepts, including: decimals, rounding, estimation, and fractional decimals
  • The Use of Technology to Support the Curriculum
    • A Promethean Board was used to engage students in hands-on review of math concepts.
    • Students demonstrated their skills using a Blue Tooth instrument to click/drag and write on the board.
  • Differences Noticed by Educator
    • Students are motivated to learn and stay focused on the lesson
    • Students love to participate and use various forms of technology in the class.
    • Interaction with on-line games and websites create enthusiasm over the typical worksheets.
    • Improved grades and higher test scores.
  • Obstacles and Support Issues
    • “ Reeling” students back in to change classes can be difficult at times.
    • Difficulties with Blue Tooth happen occasionally, considering the equipment is not hard-wired.
    • Calling for support services can take up to two to three weeks to get a response. (The teacher reported very little use last year due to wiring problems that went unanswered.)
  • Lesson in deductive reasoning. Students clicked and dragged answers from left side to appropriate answer.
  • Deductive Reasoning – teacher orally read questions which were presented on the board. The students followed with a verbal answer and actions on board.
  • Student first showed work on the board… … then applied it to Promethean Board.
  • Rounding Numbers
  • This is the main screen used to navigate through this particular lesson
  • Rounding numbers
  • VERY engaged students! (the teacher was standing behind me…)