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  • 1. Chapter 2 NTeQ: Designing an Integrated Lesson By: Vinicius Ribeiro
  • 2. Specify Objectives Computer Functions Specify Problem Research And Analysis Results Presentation Assessment Supporting Activities Activities After Computer Use Activities Before Compute Use Activities During Computer Use The Ten-Step NTeQ Model
  • 3. Specify Objectives 1
    • The objectives should be a part of the whole instruction
    • The information should not just associated to the computer component
    • The disciplines can be crossed
    • Source of Objectives
    • 1. District
    • 2. State
    • 3. National
  • 4. Specify Objectives Computer Functions 1 2
    • Matching requirements with the computer functions
    • Analyze the processes to reach the objectives
  • 5. Specify Objectives Computer Functions Specify Problem 1 2 3
    • Determine a problem
    • Problems are based in real world events, issues or phenomena
    • Make it motivating and interesting
    • One or more goals
    • Students should be able to explore the content or excuse defined in the objective
  • 6. Research and Analysis Specify Objectives Computer Functions Specify Problem 1 2 3 4
    • Problem data
    • - Provided by teacher (facilitator)
    • - Generated by students (experiments and/or observations)
    • - Researched by students (library, CD- Rom, internet)
    • Collecting data
    • Using existing data
    • Test the data
    • Providing instructions
    • Think sheet
  • 7. Specify Objectives Computer Functions Specify Problem Research and Analysis Results Presentation 1 2 3 4 5
    • Written report
    • Digital audio and/or video presentation
    • Posters, Bulletin boards
    • Publish on Wiki or Blog
    • Presentations for classmates and/or parents(Slide-shows or printed materials)
  • 8. Activities During Computer Use 6
    • Identify the activities the students will engage during the use of computer
    • Determine if they will work individual or in groups
    • Identify and assigning different roles
    • Ensure the rotation among the roles
  • 9. Activities During Computer Use Activities Before Computer Use 6 7
    • Organize a check list for what you and students needs to do before using computer
    • Organize the activities that the students must complete before using computer
  • 10. Activities During Computer Use Activities Before Computer Use Activities After Computer Use 6 7 8
    • Organize and explore results of the computer activities
    • Organize the explanation of these results (Findings)
  • 11. Supporting Activities 9
    • Lesson-Related Supporting Activity
    • Multiple Lesson Supporting Activity
    • Interdisciplinary Supporting Activity
  • 12. Assessment 10
    • More than Paper and Pencil Test
    • Productivity (Rubrics)
    • Self-Reflection (Quality of work)
  • 13. Video
    • http://www.edutopia.org/digital-generation-youth-network-video
  • 14. Questions
    • When we specify a problem, what important questions do we need to consider?
    • What kind of supporting activities can we use? And how can we use?
    • What part of the Ten- Step NTeQ model are focused in manage procedures?
  • 15. References
    • “ Integrating Computer Technology into the Classroom” 4 th Edition (2010) Gary R. Morrison & Deborah L. Lowther
    • Wikipedia
    • Google Images
    • www.edutopia.org

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