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Hands off, Vanna! Giving Students Control of Interactive Whiteboard Learning<br />Candace Hackett Shively<br />ISTE 2011<b...
Introductions<br />Dir. of K-12 Initiatives,<br />The Source for Learning<br />		(Non- profit)<br />27 year teacher/ tech ...
Materials and joining in…<br />Support site: <br />http://www.teachersfirst.com/iste/iwb/<br /> <br />Chat: http://todaysm...
What do you think is the greatest strength of IWBs?<br />Engaging student interest <br />Saving lesson activities <br />IW...
No love, no hate…<br />If you’ve got ’em<br />Use ‘emWELL<br />
We are brand-agnostic!<br />
Good/Not-so-good reasons<br />Kinesthetic learning<br />Save and revisit activities<br />Send home/post to web <br />share...
Overview for understanding:<br />Eyeplorer<br />http://vionto.com/show/<br />
NEAT TWEET Tips<br />Remember to screenshot with IWB tool or<br />Win: PrtScn then PASTE in a doc/slide to save<br />Mac: ...
Working with Words<br />parts of speech<br />brainstorm, then color code<br />terms and vocabulary: ranking or relationshi...
Working with words from the web: sequence/sentence order<br />
Working with words from the web: sequence/sentence order<br />Drafts<br />Web<br />Collaboratively<br />“Pluck text” to ma...
Working with words: Main Idea or summary<br />
Working with words: Main Idea or summary<br />
Working with words: Main Idea or summary<br />
Working with words: Ranking <br />Big Huge Thesaurus<br />Rank by<br />connotation<br />
Working with words:color coding <br />Color code:<br />parts of speech- highlighters OR change the font<br />words indicat...
Working with Words:Words as Images<br />Make your own word cloud<br />stretch<br />brainstorm<br /> revisit<br />color<br ...
Working with words:IWB friendly tools from the web <br />Visuwords<br />Triptico<br />
Neat Tweet<br />Share a Working with WORDS <br />idea that YOUR students could use – <br />for what lesson topic?<br />#is...
Working with Images<br />Annotate<br />Label<br />Color label<br />Manipulatives<br />Rank<br />Data visualizations<br />O...
Working with Images<br />Copy/paste/insert images from the web (cited)<br />
Working with images: Annotate and add<br />move/change drawn objects<br />draw<br />return and revise as you learn<br />
Working with Images<br />Ready made or make your own<br />2D manipulatives<br />clone, arrange, sort, rank, group<br />
Create data visualizations<br />income<br />tornado risk<br />education level<br />
Neat Tweet<br />Share a Working with IMAGES<br />idea that YOUR students could use – <br />for what lesson topic?<br />#is...
Students collaborating to create, improve, or decide<br />free web 2.0 tools <br />IWB as “workspace”<br />revising and pe...
Collaborating to create, improve, or decide: Writing “first hand”<br />Best ever!<br />vivid adjectives<br />complete sent...
Collaborating to create, improve, or decide:Concept maps<br />sidebar <br />save and share<br />prior knowledge<br />map a...
Collaborating to create, improve, or one option of several decide: Brainstorm and decide<br />one of several options <br /...
Collaborating to create, improve, or decide:Consensus sort/rank/order (things to argue about!)<br />sidebar<br />whole cla...
Collaborating to create, improve, or decide: Save/revisit/share<br />consensus student sidebar <br />class collaborative s...
Neat Tweet<br />Share aCollaborating to create, improve, or decide <br />idea that YOUR students could use – <br />for wha...
Stop and count…<br />How many different management possibilities/ activity formats have we mentioned today so far? <br />
Management tips and strategies <br />IWB center / Student sidebar<br />ALL 4 one<br />Anonymous drafts<br />Small group to...
IWB “center” / Student sidebar<br />IWB center: Amy, Juan, Latisha<br />Number puzzles:  Sam and Angel<br />Books: Katy, D...
All 4 one<br />
Anonymous drafts<br />http://www.professorbeej.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/06/WritingaFirstDraft.gif<br />
Small group to large group/same at seats<br />http://www.nisewongerav.com/images/qit30.jpg<br />
Tool master / Master of ceremonies<br />
Bump Vance/Vanna<br />http://www.thequestforit.com/photos/uncategorized/2008/06/09/vanna_white_in_donna_ricco_041708_2.jpg...
Student-made activities<br />Challenge classmates<br />Review activities<br />Games for research sharing<br />
Thought Wall<br />What  would the cafeteria’s <br />Carbon footprint be?<br />Is it constitutional <br />to have video on ...
Student Workspace Studio<br />
Skills to know and try: General Skills <br />RIGHT click<br />Copy/paste from web<br />Drag separate words<br />Highlight<...
Draw, color, and resize shapes<br />Set shape/font/tool defaults <br />Clone<br />Change ORDER <br />LOCK<br />Handwriting...
A finger poll<br />How many of these have you done (fingers up):<br /><ul><li>Saved a notebook or flip chart in progress
Saved a unit overview to revisit later in the unit and add/change
Saved and sent to someone (absentee?parent?)
Printed out revisions for the “guinea pig”
Had students operate the board
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    1. 1. Hands off, Vanna! Giving Students Control of Interactive Whiteboard Learning<br />Candace Hackett Shively<br />ISTE 2011<br />Philadelphia<br />
    2. 2. Introductions<br />Dir. of K-12 Initiatives,<br />The Source for Learning<br /> (Non- profit)<br />27 year teacher/ tech integrator in OH and PA<br />With me:<br />Melissa Henning, Louise Maine<br />
    3. 3. Materials and joining in…<br />Support site: <br />http://www.teachersfirst.com/iste/iwb/<br /> <br />Chat: http://todaysmeet.com/iste11IWB<br /> <br />twitter hashtag: #iste11IWB <br />
    4. 4.
    5. 5. What do you think is the greatest strength of IWBs?<br />Engaging student interest <br />Saving lesson activities <br />IWB tools for annotating images and/or text<br />Kinesthetic experience with curriculum content<br />Sharing a computer on a big screen<br />Creating content together on a big screen<br />Demonstrating computer how-to's<br />Using interactive web sites together<br />Other<br />
    6. 6. No love, no hate…<br />If you’ve got ’em<br />Use ‘emWELL<br />
    7. 7. We are brand-agnostic!<br />
    8. 8. Good/Not-so-good reasons<br />Kinesthetic learning<br />Save and revisit activities<br />Send home/post to web <br />share electronically<br />demo of web sites/ tech skills<br />Color code, highlight, rearrange, sort, order, organize, compare, map<br />print to pdf<br />Package your lessons <br />Main idea, summarize, cloze, argue, collaborate… print out <br />A St. collaboration “sidebar”<br />Use as a St. thought wall<br />LARGE view of interactives<br />Be Vanna White<br />It’s fun! <br />It’s magic!<br />Engaging to watch<br />
    9. 9. Overview for understanding:<br />Eyeplorer<br />http://vionto.com/show/<br />
    10. 10. NEAT TWEET Tips<br />Remember to screenshot with IWB tool or<br />Win: PrtScn then PASTE in a doc/slide to save<br />Mac: Shift+Cmd+4 (select an area). Saves a .png where you have chosen for them to go. You can always find in ”Today” of your Finder!<br />Give newbies “drag practice” <br />(especially little ones)<br />
    11. 11. Working with Words<br />parts of speech<br />brainstorm, then color code<br />terms and vocabulary: ranking or relationships<br />main idea<br />students modeling notetaking<br />color coding<br />signal words<br />inferencing<br />context clues<br />sentence or word order (sequencing)<br />cloze passages<br />
    12. 12. Working with words from the web: sequence/sentence order<br />
    13. 13. Working with words from the web: sequence/sentence order<br />Drafts<br />Web<br />Collaboratively<br />“Pluck text” to make draggable<br />
    14. 14. Working with words: Main Idea or summary<br />
    15. 15. Working with words: Main Idea or summary<br />
    16. 16. Working with words: Main Idea or summary<br />
    17. 17.
    18. 18. Working with words: Ranking <br />Big Huge Thesaurus<br />Rank by<br />connotation<br />
    19. 19. Working with words:color coding <br />Color code:<br />parts of speech- highlighters OR change the font<br />words indicating bias<br />causes and effects<br />signal words (then, after, as a result, etc.)<br />subject verb agreement (verb and associated subject same color)<br />st use at sidebar… do with a partner, do as all for one, center for younger kids<br />
    20. 20. Working with Words:Words as Images<br />Make your own word cloud<br />stretch<br />brainstorm<br /> revisit<br />color<br />add<br />explain <br />share<br />
    21. 21. Working with words:IWB friendly tools from the web <br />Visuwords<br />Triptico<br />
    22. 22. Neat Tweet<br />Share a Working with WORDS <br />idea that YOUR students could use – <br />for what lesson topic?<br />#iste11IWB<br />
    23. 23. Working with Images<br />Annotate<br />Label<br />Color label<br />Manipulatives<br />Rank<br />Data visualizations<br />Order<br />Sort<br />Clone<br />Draw<br />
    24. 24. Working with Images<br />Copy/paste/insert images from the web (cited)<br />
    25. 25. Working with images: Annotate and add<br />move/change drawn objects<br />draw<br />return and revise as you learn<br />
    26. 26. Working with Images<br />Ready made or make your own<br />2D manipulatives<br />clone, arrange, sort, rank, group<br />
    27. 27. Create data visualizations<br />income<br />tornado risk<br />education level<br />
    28. 28.
    29. 29. Neat Tweet<br />Share a Working with IMAGES<br />idea that YOUR students could use – <br />for what lesson topic?<br />#iste11IWB<br />
    30. 30. Students collaborating to create, improve, or decide<br />free web 2.0 tools <br />IWB as “workspace”<br />revising and peer editing <br />save to keep/revisit/share <br />brainstorm and decide<br />consensus sort/rank/order<br />concept maps<br />
    31. 31. Collaborating to create, improve, or decide: Writing “first hand”<br />Best ever!<br />vivid adjectives<br />complete sentences<br />word choice<br />sentence combining<br />responses to essay questions<br />compare/contrast<br />types of writing<br />dialog<br />lab reports<br />
    32. 32. Collaborating to create, improve, or decide:Concept maps<br />sidebar <br />save and share<br />prior knowledge<br />map a unit<br />All-4-one review <br />Concept maps<br />U.S. Constitution<br /> Plants<br /> Community helpers (add pix?)<br /> lab sequence<br /> family tree (languages)<br /> instruments of the orchestra<br />add throughout unit<br />
    33. 33. Collaborating to create, improve, or one option of several decide: Brainstorm and decide<br />one of several options <br />predict before research<br />whole class prior knowledge <br />IWB as “workspace”<br />antic set/activator <br />All-4-one<br />small group project planning<br />
    34. 34. Collaborating to create, improve, or decide:Consensus sort/rank/order (things to argue about!)<br />sidebar<br />whole class <br />summative<br />formative<br />ranking of factors <br />sorting math functions <br />healthiest lunch <br />order the steps <br />rank the most influential <br />best to worst <br />prior knowledge<br />
    35. 35. Collaborating to create, improve, or decide: Save/revisit/share<br />consensus student sidebar <br />class collaborative study guide/unit summary<br />share on wiki or blog <br />reopen and improve<br />make better version<br />
    36. 36. Neat Tweet<br />Share aCollaborating to create, improve, or decide <br />idea that YOUR students could use – <br />for what lesson topic?<br />#iste11IWB<br />
    37. 37. Stop and count…<br />How many different management possibilities/ activity formats have we mentioned today so far? <br />
    38. 38. Management tips and strategies <br />IWB center / Student sidebar<br />ALL 4 one<br />Anonymous drafts<br />Small group to large group/same at seats<br />Tool master / Master of ceremonies<br />Bump Vance/Vanna<br />Student-made activities<br />Thought Wall<br />Workspace studio<br />
    39. 39. IWB “center” / Student sidebar<br />IWB center: Amy, Juan, Latisha<br />Number puzzles: Sam and Angel<br />Books: Katy, David, Marcus <br />The most important idea?<br />
    40. 40. All 4 one<br />
    41. 41. Anonymous drafts<br />http://www.professorbeej.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/06/WritingaFirstDraft.gif<br />
    42. 42. Small group to large group/same at seats<br />http://www.nisewongerav.com/images/qit30.jpg<br />
    43. 43. Tool master / Master of ceremonies<br />
    44. 44. Bump Vance/Vanna<br />http://www.thequestforit.com/photos/uncategorized/2008/06/09/vanna_white_in_donna_ricco_041708_2.jpg<br />
    45. 45. Student-made activities<br />Challenge classmates<br />Review activities<br />Games for research sharing<br />
    46. 46. Thought Wall<br />What would the cafeteria’s <br />Carbon footprint be?<br />Is it constitutional <br />to have video on the bus?<br />How can we make political ads when we can’t even watch YouTube at school?<br />
    47. 47. Student Workspace Studio<br />
    48. 48. Skills to know and try: General Skills <br />RIGHT click<br />Copy/paste from web<br />Drag separate words<br />Highlight<br />use pens on a web page (save annotations<br />Mouseover<br />Screenshot<br />Print as pdf<br />SAVE AS<br />What else??<br />
    49. 49. Draw, color, and resize shapes<br />Set shape/font/tool defaults <br />Clone<br />Change ORDER <br />LOCK<br />Handwriting recognition<br />Hyperlink<br />Search gallery <br />Smart Notebook Express <br />What else?<br />Skills to know and try: in IWB software<br />
    50. 50. A finger poll<br />How many of these have you done (fingers up):<br /><ul><li>Saved a notebook or flip chart in progress
    51. 51. Saved a unit overview to revisit later in the unit and add/change
    52. 52. Saved and sent to someone (absentee?parent?)
    53. 53. Printed out revisions for the “guinea pig”
    54. 54. Had students operate the board
    55. 55. Allowed students to create and share their own activities for/on the IWB</li></li></ul><li>Where do I find all this?<br />http://www.teachersfirst.com/iste/iwb(linked in ISTE program site)<br />Slideshare link<br />Notebook file<br />Notebook pdf<br />Resources...everything mentioned and MORE<br />
    56. 56. Neat Tweet<br />Shareany idea you’ve seen/heard or thought of during this session that YOUR students could use -- for what lesson topic?<br />#iste11IWB<br />
    57. 57. Q/A<br />http://todaysmeet.com/iste11IWB<br />
    58. 58. Thanks!http://www.teachersfirst.com/iste/iwb/<br />Biz cards up front:<br />Candace Hackett Shively<br />ISTE 2011<br />Philadelphia<br />Booth 2809<br />

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