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  • We don’t see with our eyes, we see with our brains!Vision is by far our most dominant sense, taking up half of our brain’s resources.
  • Kids touching the board does not mean you have cognitive interaction. – Tommy G. principal – “What does it look like? What am I suppose to see.”
  • Learning Goal posted but nothing every said about it. Using Word to publish a piece of writing rather than hand writing it; using the interactive board as a chalkboard; using the Internet for research as opposed to encyclopedia. Watching Obama’s inaugural speech as opposed to reading his speech. (things we have done for years in education) Is the technology use pushing the both the teacher and the students to new heights, new learning, and new knowledge? Does the technology allow kids to learn from people they never would have been able to without it? Does the technology allow students to interact with information in a way that is meaningful and could not have happened otherwise? Does the technology allow students to create and share their knowledge with an audience they never would have had access to without the technology?

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  • Welcome
    Interactive Learning for the Interactive Generation
    Presenter: Terri Stice, Director of Instructional Technology, ADE; GCT
    Green River Regional Educational Cooperative
  • Fundamental Questions
    Does technology fundamentally change good instructional practice?
    Is good instruction just good instruction and technology just an add on?
    Guiding Questions
    • What does teaching & learning look like when
    technology is being effectively used?
    • What are the challenges of the classroom?
    • How do we engage the interactive generation?
  • Research
    “Technology integration is the future of education.”
    “Technology has a way to get every student involved – we simply can’t overlook it.”
    “It’s not about the technology. It’s about the interactions we get because of the technology.”
  • John Medina
    Rule # 10 –
    Vision trumps all other senses
  • Teachers must use classroom technologies to enhance and expand student interactions with knowledge and people.
    • Physical Interactions
    • Social Interactions
    • Cognitive Interactions
  • Is the technology being used “Just because it is there?”
    Is the technology allowing the teacher/students to do old things in old ways?
    Is the technology allowing the teacher/students to do old things in new ways?
    Is the technology creating new and different learning experiences for the students?
  • Be Thoughtful….
    Software Selections
    What are the interactions it provides? (physical, social, cognitive) Is it meeting the need? (FREE)
    Kids touching the board/laptop does not mean you have cognitive interaction.
    Get away from the “Undeniable Wow” and ask why?
    Work to design, not to decorate lessons and resources
    What’s the task?
  • Terri Stice, Director of Instructional Technology
    Green River Regional Education