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  • Let’ start with a pop quiz: Have you ever blogged, podcast, wikied, showed or shared photo, made a comment” One of 48 million Americans who have tried these new tools Today I welcome you to the new world– most often called Web 2.00 The Internet is all about new free tools such as….. What does it mean for education? These tools are changing how people, including our students, interacting with the world.

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  • 1. Why Make the Technology Shift Happen?
  • 2.
    • Standard : Teachers implement curriculum plans that include methods and strategies for applying technology to maximize student learning.
    • The purpose is to explore why we need to make the technology shift and how will we make the shift….
  • 3.
    • Essential Question:
      • Why is it important to implement curriculum plans that include methods and strategies for applying technology to maximize student learning?
      • Why is change difficult for me?
  • 4. Did You Know, Shift Happens?
  • 5. Some 93% of teens use the Internet, and more of them than ever are treating it as a venue for social interaction- a place where they can share creations, tell stories, and interact with others.
  • 6. 39% percent of online teens share their artistic creations online, such as artwork, photos, stories, or videos.
  • 7. Nearly two thirds of online teens are content creators.
  • 8. 93% of teenagers are online, and their use of the Internet is intensifying
  • 9. 28% have created their own online journal or blog.
  • 10. Are you a digital native or a digital immigrant?
  • 11.  
  • 12.  
  • 13. New Order Actions
    • Blog
    • Wiki
    • Post photos, videos, podcast,….
    • Podcast
    • Socialize
    • Create web page
    • Get feedback
    • Create and post
    • Participatory
    • Interactive
    • Create collaboratively
  • 14. Tools
    • Edublogs, blogspot, word press
    • Google documents
    • Google notes
    • Google calendar
    • Audacity
    • VoiceThreads
    • Photo Story 3
    • Animito
    • Social Nings
    • Wikipedia
    • Delicious, TrailFire
    • Diigo
    • Face Book
    • Cell Phones
    • And Much More
  • 15. Powerful Consequences
    • Differentiated Instruction
    • Learning Modalities
    • Multiple Intelligences
    • Blooms Taxonomy- Creation of Knowledge
  • 16. how will we make the shift…
    • Commitment: flexible enough to learn it…
    • Professional Learning Communities
    • Reflection
    • Talk about our practices
    • Conferences
    • One Step at a Time
  • 17. Three Examples
    • Earth and Sky : Mr. Ardito’s Class
    • http:// adamsnews.wikispaces.com /
    • http://ed.voicethread.com/#q.b62276.i322464
  • 18. US to back 21st century learning
    • “ People assumed that the explosion of innovation in information tools in business and service industries would automatically move into classrooms.“
    • Centre will concentrate on understanding how to use technology to help everyone learn in a more effective and interesting way that makes that knowledge stick.
    August 19, 2008 http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/technology/7569484.stm
  • 19. Access, Adequacy and Equity in Educational Technology
    • Only one-third (32.0%) of the surveyed instructional staff required students to use technology to research or solve problems in class at least a few times a week, and substantially fewer (18.0%) required students to use computers to complete projects together at least a few times a week."
  • 20. Access, Adequacy and Equity in Educational Technology
    • "Fewer than half used technology daily to monitor student progress, for research and information, to instruct students, and to plan and prepare instruction (40.7%, 36.8%, 32.0%, and 29.2%, respectively)."
  • 21. Access, Adequacy and Equity in Educational Technology
    • " About two-thirds of the educators surveyed reported that they had been adequately trained by their schools to use the Internet for research and information; to use technology equipment; to use administrative-type software (e.g., word processing, PowerPoint, graphics, and spreadsheets); and to use instructional software packages
  • 22. Common Threads
    • Teacher Advancement Program
    • Making Middle Grades Work
  • 23.
    • Essential Question:
      • Why is it important to implement curriculum plans that include methods and strategies for applying technology to maximize student learning?
      • Why is change difficult for me?