Differentiation and-technology

  • 1,023 views
Uploaded on

 

More in: Education
  • Full Name Full Name Comment goes here.
    Are you sure you want to
    Your message goes here
    Be the first to comment
No Downloads

Views

Total Views
1,023
On Slideshare
0
From Embeds
0
Number of Embeds
0

Actions

Shares
Downloads
7
Comments
0
Likes
1

Embeds 0

No embeds

Report content

Flagged as inappropriate Flag as inappropriate
Flag as inappropriate

Select your reason for flagging this presentation as inappropriate.

Cancel
    No notes for slide
  • Integrating technology can meet these differentiated instruction strategies--Students can work with at a variety of levels using online databases and the Internet. They can work and take in information either individually or in groups through their own style of learning.
  • Technology does involve active student engagement. It gets students to question and ask deeper questions like “What if…? Students can locate information outside the regular textbook and classroom materials. Technology can help students understand difficult concepts by giving them audio and visual aids. And of course technology is a great way to present information and because students today are digital natives technology is second nature to them--they enjoy it and it motivates them in their learning.
  • Technology addresses the writing and research process by giving students the opportunity to plan, etc. These also move the students into higher order thinking skills. The crucial skills of collecting, graphing, etc data can be achieved through the use of technology resources. And an important concept that really helps students learn is making their learning personally relevant.
  • We are going to give you just a brief overview of each of the Iowa AEA online databases and give you some ideas about how you can use them to meet the diverse needs of students and differentiate with technology.
  • With technology, students get involved in real tasks that support their cognitive and learning styles and give them pride and ownership in their work. They have an incredible amount of information, including primary sources, right at their fingertips to research and use critical thinking and problem solving skills.

Transcript

  • 1. Using Technology as a Tool in the Differentiated Classroom Doing “whatever it takes to ensure that struggling and advanced learners, students with varied cultural heritages, and children with different background experiences all grow as much as they possibly can each day, each week, and throughout the year.” Carol Ann Tomlinson
  • 2. Essential Questions
    • What differentiation is… and what it is not…
    • Why use technology for differentiation?
      • http://www.edutopia.org/techintegration
    • What is the role of technology as a tool for differentiation?
    • How does differentiated instruction look when integrating technology?
  • 3. Ways to Differentiate Instruction
    • Differentiating the content/topic
    • Differentiating the process/activities
    • Differentiating the product
    • Learning Environment
      • http://www.cast. org/publications/ncac/ncac _ diffinstruc .html#identifying
      • http://www.cast.org/system/galleries/download/ncac/DifInstruc.pdf
  • 4. Differentiation Toolbox: Oliver and Shields
    • Take the Quiz then Explore
    • http://people.virginia.edu/~mws6u/diff/
  • 5. Research Articles
    • Using Technology to Differentiate Instruction
    • http://www. lakelandschools .org/EDTECH/Differentiation/home.htm
    • Technology Tips for Differentiated Instruction
    • http: //rtecexchange . edgateway .net/cs/rtecp/view/rtec _ str/11
    • Resource: Using Flexible Technology to Meet the Needs of Diverse Learners: What Teachers Can Do
    • http://www. wested .org/online _ pubs/kn-05-01. pdf
  • 6.
    • Providing materials and tasks at varied levels of difficulty with varying degrees of scaffolding, through multiple instructional groups.
    • Encouraging student success by varying ways in which students work: alone or collaboratively, in auditory or visual modes, or through practical or creative means.
    Differentiated Instruction
  • 7. Using Online Databases for Student Learning/Differentiation:
    • Support reading comprehension and hearing impaired with closed captioning
    • Use literary adaptations so students can practice reading along with a story
    • Trigger thinking and increase writing skills with writing prompts
    • Develop summary skills through summarizing videos
    • Engage visual learners
    • Promote hands-on learning through editable clips
  • 8.
    • Actively engages students in the learning process
    • Allows for exploration not possible in the regular classroom
    • Provides audio and visuals to represent abstract concepts
    • Provides opportunities to ask “What if?” questions
    • Provides opportunities to present information
    Value of Online Databases for Student Learning/Differentiation
  • 9.
    • Provides opportunities to plan, gather, synthesize, question, predict, and apply
    • Allows for collecting, graphing, interpreting, and analyzing data
    • Provides opportunities to construct meaning in a personally relevant manner
    Value of Online Databases for Student Learning//Differentiation
  • 10.
    • Students can access the following to enhance their learning:
    • Graphics
    • Charts
    • Tables
    • Graphs
    • Photos
    • Sound clips
    Using Online Databases for Student Learning/Differentiation
  • 11. Using Online Databases for Student Learning/Differentiation:
    • Build background knowledge
    • Deliver content with videos or video clips
    • Replay videos or video clips as needed or desired
    • Use videos or video clips to extend learning
    • Use videos at a wide variety of levels to address the same concept
    • Use images and clipart to help ESL or special education students with language
    • Extend GT students’ content knowledge
  • 12.
    • Replicates real work tasks
    • Provides opportunities for greater pride and ownership in work
    • Supports multiple cognitive styles and learning behaviors
    • Provides access to a huge amount of
    • information including original research and primary sources
    • Challenges students’ research, critical thinking, and problem solving skills
    Value of Technology for Student Learning
  • 13.
    • Provide higher level of sophistication
    • Create a wider variety of processes to gather and analyze information
    • Enhance ability to create professional-looking products
    • Expand the depth and breadth of content available
    • Provide access to advanced information not available in school or local libraries
    • Meet their need for content related to their areas of passion
    Online Databases and G/T Students
  • 14. Using Technology to Enhance Learning Classroom Examples
    • http://www. sedl .org/pubs/tec26/classtech.html
  • 15. Resources & Tools
    • Tools for Differentiated Instruction Using Technology
    • http://oxbow.concord.k12.in.us/Teacher%20Resources/Tools%20for%20Differeniated%20Instruction%20Using%20Technology. htm
    • Using Technology to Support Diverse Learners
    • http://www. wested . org/cs/tdl/print/docs/tdl/home .htm
  • 16. More Web Tools
    • Educapes: Ready, Set, What’s Missing?: Success through Differentiation & Technology
    • http://www. eduscapes .com/sessions/differentiate/
    • Differentiated Instruction Resources
    • http://www.sde.com/Conferences/Differentiated-Instruction/DIResources.htm
    • WebToolboxes: Free Tools
    • http://www.ed.sc. edu/caw/toolboxfree .html
    • 4Teachers
    • http://www.4teachers.org/
  • 17. Online Resources
    • Unitedstreaming
      • Teacher Center
      • Classroom Tools
      • Assignment Builder
      • Quiz Builder
      • Writing Prompt Builder
      • Lesson Plan Library
      • EBSCO
      • Student Research Center
      • Kids Search
      • NoveList
      • World Book Online
      • Advanced and Advanced Search
    Heartland AEA Online Databases http://median.aea11.k12.ia.us/haea11media/
  • 18. More Online Resources
      • SIRS
      • Leading Issues
      • Natural Disasters
      • Focus on Terrorism
      • Today’s News
      • TeachingBooks
        • Author Programs
        • Book Guides
        • Book Readings
        • Author Websites
        • Educator Area
    http://median.aea11.k12.ia.us/haea11media/
  • 19. Using Technology for a More Differentiated Classroom: Web 2.0 Tools
            • Blogs
            • Wikis
            • Podcasts
            • WebQuests
            • Online Tools
            • Social Networks
    • http://www. lakelandschools .org/EDTECH/Differentiation/thirteen-a.htm
  • 20. Blogs
    • Links to School Bloggers
    • http://supportblogging.com/Links+to+School+Bloggers
    • Class Blogmeister
    • http://classblogmeister.com/
    • Blogger
    • https://www.blogger.com/start
  • 21. Wikis
    • Westwood
    • http://westwood.wikispaces.com/Westwood+wikilinks+page
    • Search Googe: wikispaces +"civil war" -wikipedia
    • http://www. wikispaces .com/site/for/teachers100K
  • 22. Podcasts
    • National Geographic Podcasts
    • http://www.nationalgeographic.com/podcasts/
    • Maths in Motion
    • http://recap.ltd.uk/podcasting/sciences/mathsinmotion.php
    • Mathgrad
    • http://recap.ltd.uk/podcasting/sciences/mathgrad.php
    • Listing of Podcasts
    • http://recap.ltd.uk/podcasting/
    • iTunes: podcasts - education
  • 23. WebQuests
    • Example of a WebQuest
    • http://www.uni.edu/schneidj/webquests/fall04/mystifying/index.html
    • Dr. Bernie Dodge - San Diego State University
    • http: //webquest .org/search/
    • Filamentality
    • http://www. kn . att . com/kne_search .html# fil
  • 24. Heartland AEA’s Searchable Online Web Site Databases Math: http://currweb.aea11.k12.ia.us:8080/URLCurriculumpage/Math.html Language Arts: http://currweb.aea11.k12.ia.us:8080/URLCurriculumpage/language%20arts.html Science: http://currweb.aea11.k12.ia.us:8080/URLCurriculumpage/Science.html Social Studies: http://currweb.aea11.k12.ia.us:8080/URLCurriculumpage/Social%20Studies.html Reading: http://currweb.aea11.k12.ia.us:8080/URLCurriculumpage/Reading.html Technology: http://currweb.aea11.k12.ia.us:8080/URLCurriculumpage/technology.html
  • 25. Contact Information Heartland AEA 11 Heartland Technology Team & Instructional Materials Consultants