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1:1 Classroom Management presentation given at KORCOS conference, Bundang, Korea, March 11, 2011.

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  • 1:1 Classroom Management KORCOS 2011

    1. 1. CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT in a 1:1 environment By Steve Katz KORCOS Conference March 11, 2011
    2. 2. WHO IS STEVE KATZ?Teacher since 1990Involved in PD since 1997Apple Distinguished EducatorInstructor at Chapman UniversityHusband and fatherwww.stevenkatz.com & @stevekatz
    3. 3. OBJECTIVEProvide practical ideas for classroom management ina 1:1 classroom.
    4. 4. WHAT WORKS NOW?What techniques do you use that help you to createthe type of learning environment you want in yourclass (to keep students on task)?
    5. 5. TECH MADNESS?
    6. 6. LESSON DESIGNRemember:Technology is a tool.Teaching isn’t about thetool.Curriculum drives thetechnology.“O2” - ubiquitous,necessary, invisible
    7. 7. LESSON DESIGNUse backward design.Project-based learning (PBL).Authentic assessments.Students as producers of content.Collaboration (in class & global).
    8. 8. INCORPORATE ISTE’S 4 C’SCommunication - Prepare students to be effectivecommunicators.Collaboration - Use online tools to discuss ideas,share research, collaborate.Creativity - Promote writing, artwork, videos, andcombinations of them.Community - Create a community of learners todeepen knowledge through interaction.
    9. 9. EXPECTED LEARNING RESULTSExhibit CitizenshipCommunicate EffectivelyThink Creatively and Reason CriticallyUtilize Information and Technology Effectively
    10. 10. UNDERSTANDIf you have poor management now, laptops won’tchange that.Adding laptops doesn’t mean more learning.Adding technology to a boring lesson does notnecessarily make the lesson more interesting.
    11. 11. BEFORE THE STUDENTS ARRIVEHave clear expectations.Plan well.Use technology with a purpose.Test your lesson on a student computer.Distribute links, handouts, and other resourcesonline. (wiki?)
    12. 12. BEFORE THE STUDENTS ARRIVEThink about what works for you:Headphones? Music?Chat?E-mail?“Multitasking?”Rearrange your furniture?Consequences?
    13. 13. PRACTICAL TIPSLaptops fully charged at 8:00 am.RATS - Read All The Screen.Students should be willing to help each other.“45 your screen.”If the teacher closes the laptop, only the teacher opens it.MBWA - Management By Walking Around
    14. 14. BIG BROTHERApple Remote Desktop(ARD)Lanschool http://www.lanschool.com/To filter, or not to filter?
    15. 15. RESOURCEShttp://cdspd.wikispaces.com
    16. 16. “Technology is a mind set, not a skill set.” Kim Cofino, Yokohama International School
    17. 17. WORKS CITEDSlide Source 5 Chris Lehmann, SLA Philadelphia http://www.flickr.com/photos/baggis/4446831545/sizes/o/in/ 5 photostream/ 7 http://www.iste.org 9 http://fno.org/apr02/aprcartoon.html http://www.flickr.com/photos/rachcald/3195748134/sizes/z/in/ 12 photostream/ http://web.mac.com/alwayson/AlwaysOn/Podcast/Entries/ 13 2009/3/20_Episode_3%3A_Laptop_Management.html http://www.slideshare.net/mscofino/the-21st-century-classroom? 16 src=related_normal&rel=1301364
    18. 18. CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT in a 1:1 environment http://www.stevenkatz.com http://twitter.com/stevekatz skatz@kis.or.kr By Steve Katz KORCOS Conference March 11, 2011

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