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Tech Integration in the Elementary School
Tech Integration in the Elementary School
Tech Integration in the Elementary School
Tech Integration in the Elementary School
Tech Integration in the Elementary School
Tech Integration in the Elementary School
Tech Integration in the Elementary School
Tech Integration in the Elementary School
Tech Integration in the Elementary School
Tech Integration in the Elementary School
Tech Integration in the Elementary School
Tech Integration in the Elementary School
Tech Integration in the Elementary School
Tech Integration in the Elementary School
Tech Integration in the Elementary School
Tech Integration in the Elementary School
Tech Integration in the Elementary School
Tech Integration in the Elementary School
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Tech Integration in the Elementary School

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  • 1. By Steve Katz<br />Technology Integration<br />ElementarySchool<br />
  • 2. My Experience in Education & Tech<br />19 years teaching<br />Southern California & Costa Rica<br />Masters in Computer-Based Education<br />Taught in the masters program at Chapman University<br />Technology Coordinator<br />TOSA<br />Professional Development Coordinator<br />Educational Technologist<br />Director of Educational Technology<br />
  • 3. Director of Educational Technology<br />What I can do for/with you<br />IT Department<br />Plan lessons<br />Co-teach classes<br />Recommend tools and websites<br />Training<br />Provide professional reading<br />GradeQuick & Edline<br />Hardware, software, printing & network issues<br />Set up equipment<br />E-mail, blogs, network folders, passwords<br />Training<br /><ul><li>Check out equipment (HS library)</li></li></ul><li>New This Year <br />20 Computers in elementary library<br />2 hours/day open in the computer lab<br />Interactive whiteboards<br />Document camera<br />22 projectors<br />2Simple software<br />Keyboarding software<br />Interactive Classroom<br />Web Lockers<br />
  • 4. Equipment We Already Have<br />5 digital video cameras (camcorders)<br />6 digital still cameras<br />2 document cameras<br />2 iPods<br />26 LCD projectors<br />3 Interactive whiteboards (StarBoards)<br />3 8-track tape players<br />
  • 5. Lesson Design<br />Remember:<br />Technology is a tool<br />Teaching isn’t about the tool<br />Curriculum drives the technology<br />“O2” – ubiquitous, necessary, invisible<br />
  • 6. Lesson Design<br />Use backwards design<br />Project-based learning<br />Authentic assessments<br />Students as producers of content<br />Collaboration <br />
  • 7. Incorporate the Four C’s<br />Communication – Prepare students to be effective communicators.<br />Collaboration – Use online tools to discuss ideas, share research, peer edit, and collaborate.<br />Creativity – Promote writing, artwork, videos, and combinations of them.<br />Community – create a community of learners to deepen knowledge through interaction.<br />
  • 8. Examples<br />
  • 9. Classroom Management<br />
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  • 11. Understand<br />If you have poor management now, computers won’t change that.<br />Adding computers doesn’t mean more learning.<br />Adding technology to a boring lesson does not necessarily make it interesting.<br />
  • 12. Before You Start Teaching<br />Have clear expectations<br />Plan well<br />Use technology with a purpose<br />Don’t add technology to the same old lesson<br />Test your lesson on a student computer<br />Use Edline for links, handouts, quizzes<br />
  • 13. Before You Start Teaching<br />Think about what works for you<br />Headphones? Music? <br />Chat? <br />Email?<br />“Multitasking?”<br />Seating arrangement<br />Consequences?<br />
  • 14. Practical Tips for Laptops<br />Laptops fully charged at 8:00 am<br />RATS – read all the screen<br />Be willing to help each other<br />“45 your screen”<br />If teacher closes lid, teacher opens it<br />MBWA - management by walking around<br />
  • 15. Laptop Expectations<br />Let’s create them<br />
  • 16. Resources<br />http://cdspd.wikispaces.com/<br />
  • 17. “Using technology successfully in the classroom is a mindset not a skill set.”<br />Kim Cofino, International School Bangkok<br />
  • 18. Credits<br />

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