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Intel Teach Program V10

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  • 1. Intel® Teach Program
    • Essentials Course
  • 2. Intel® Teach Program Essentials Course
    • The Intel ® Teach Program is a worldwide initiative to provide teachers with the skills to effectively integrate technology into existing curriculum to improve student learning.
    • The goal of the Intel ® Teach Essentials Course is to help classroom teachers develop student-centered learning through technology integration and project-based approaches.
  • 3. Outcome
    • Return to School with a Product   
    • When teachers return to the classroom, the technology-rich Unit Portfolio they created during the course will be ready for use to raise the level of excellence in the classroom and meet the important learning objectives and 21 st century skills.
  • 4. Expectations
    • Through the course, teacher
      • receive 32 hours classroom training (incorporates hands-on use of the Internet, blog, wiki and multimedia software) and 16 hours of planning activities supplement the training.
      • learn how, when, and where to incorporate technology tools and resources into their current curriculum with the goal of gearing students for the 21 st century.
      • learn new ways to create ongoing assessment tools and align unit plan with curriculum guidelines/specifications.
  • 5. Curriculum Modules
    • Module 1: Teaching with Projects
    • Focus: Project-based learning and unit design
    • Module 2: Planning My Unit
    • Focus: Curriculum-Framing Questions and ongoing student-centered assessment
    • Module 3: Making Connections
    • Focus: The Internet to support teaching and learning
    • Module 4: Creating Samples of Learning
    • Focus: Project outcomes from a student perspective
  • 6. Curriculum Modules
    • Module 5: Assessing Student Projects
    • Focus: Formative and summative assessment
    • Module 6: Planning for Student Success
    • Focus: Student support and self-direction
    • Module 7: Facilitating with Technology
    • Focus: Teacher as facilitator
    • Module 8: Showcasing Unit Portfolios
    • Focus: Sharing Learning
  • 7. Typical Module Schedule
    • Pair and Share
    • Pedagogical Practices Discussion
    • Hands-On Activities
    • Modifying Unit Plan
    • Planning Ahead Activities
  • 8. Prerequisite Skills
      • Participants should possess intermediate-level
      • computer skills
      • Ability to:
        • Format and edit text
        • Copy, cut, and paste text and graphics
        • Save documents
        • Use e-mail
        • Navigate and perform a search on the Internet
        • Use a word processing application
  • 9. Looking Ahead http://www.intel.com/education/my http://www.anyconnection.com/intelteach
  • 10. Contact
    • Yap Yee Khiong
    • 0126390536
    • [email_address]
  • 11. The Themes of Intel® Teach Program Essentials Course Intel® Teach Program Essentials Course Higher Order Thinking Skills Project Based Learning 21 st Century Skills Inquiry Based Learning Effective use of Technology Emphasis on “hands-on” learning

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