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1 to 1 Classroom Management


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Some ideas and practical tips for teaching in a 1:1/laptop school. This is the 2010 version of this presentation: …

Some ideas and practical tips for teaching in a 1:1/laptop school. This is the 2010 version of this presentation:

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    • 1. CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT in a 1:1 environment
    • 2. WHAT WORKS NOW? What classroom management techniques do you use that help you to create the type of learning environment you want in your class (to keep students on task)?
    • 3. LESSON DESIGN Remember: Technology is a tool. Teaching isn’t about the tool. Curriculum drives the technology. “O2” - ubiquitous, necessary, invisible
    • 4. LESSON DESIGN Use backward design. Project-based learning. Authentic assessments. Students as producers of content. Collaboration (in class & global).
    • 5. INCORPORATE ISTE’S 4 C’S Communication - Prepare students to be effective communicators. Collaboration - Use online tools to discuss ideas, share research, collaborate. Creativity - Promote writing, artwork, videos, and combinations of them. Community - Create a community of learners to deepen knowledge through interaction.
    • 6. EXPECTED LEARNING RESULTS Exhibit Citizenship Communicate Effectively Think Creatively and Reason Critically Utilize Information and Technology Effectively
    • 7. UNDERSTAND If you have poor management now, laptops won’t change that. Adding laptops doesn’t mean more learning. Adding technology to a boring lesson does not necessarily make the lesson more interesting.
    • 8. BEFORE THE STUDENTS ARRIVE Have clear expectations. Plan well. Use technology with a purpose. Test your lesson on a student computer. Use your wiki for links, handouts, and other resources.
    • 9. BEFORE THE STUDENTS ARRIVE Think about what works for you: Headphones? Music? Chat? Email? “Multitasking?” Rearrange your furniture? Consequences?
    • 10. PRACTICAL TIPS Laptops 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 Apple Remote Desktop (ARD)
    • 11. RESOURCES
    • 12. “Technology is a mind set, not a skill set.” Kim Cofino, Yokohama International School
    • 13. WORKS CITED Slide Source 2 Chris Lehmann, SLA Philadelphia 3 photostream/ 7 10 photostream/ 11 2009/3/20_Episode_3%3A_Laptop_Management.html 13 src=related_normal&rel=1301364