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Live binders (july 2014) (v2)

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Live binders (july 2014) (v2)

  1. 1. Providing Scaffolds and Supports with LiveBinders By: Matt Bergman Milton Hershey School
  2. 2. About Me Bergman-UDL@blogspot.com
  3. 3.  How to strategically use LiveBinders to scaffold and support learning for ALL students What are we going to learn today?
  4. 4. Another professional development binder! Ugh!!!
  5. 5.  Web-based way to organize and share resources in an easy-to-use electronic binder What are LiveBinders?
  6. 6.  Easy way to share all of the resources for an assignment in one place Why LiveBinders? ⏎
  7. 7. Common LiveBinder Mistakes
  8. 8. 1. NOT meant to be a replacement for a class website
  9. 9. 2. Too Many Tabs and Sub Tabs!
  10. 10. 3. Replacement for ALL of your Social Bookmarks
  11. 11. Start Simple!
  12. 12. Where can I get ideas? Thousands of binders to browse and use!
  13. 13. Flipped Classroom?
  14. 14. UDL?
  15. 15. Recipes to Design Binders That  Reduce academic barriers before they occur  Scaffold and support learning
  16. 16. Planning My Binder Begins with Looking at High-Probability Barriers Predict Overcome Plan
  17. 17. Predict High-Probability Barriers Goals Methods Materials Assessments Learning Goal: Read and demonstrate an understanding of text.
  18. 18. Ingredient # 1 – Options for Reading Required Text
  19. 19. What web resources could you provide students with to overcome the barriers you had mentioned?  Now its time to plan to use our resources to scaffold and support students!
  20. 20. Ingredient # 2 –Vocabulary Supports “The achievement gap is largely a vocabulary gap.” Robert Marzano Matthew Effect
  21. 21. What could I do to help close the gap?
  22. 22. Quizlet to pre-teach KEY terms!
  23. 23. Visuwords
  24. 24. Blanchan Shahi
  25. 25. Ingredient # 3 – Interaction Read – Write – Think Venn Diagram Maker
  26. 26. 4. Summarizing Learning Padlet (formerly Wallwisher)
  27. 27. Let’s see what it looks like! http://www.livebinders.com/edit/index/581083
  28. 28. LiveBinder Tip # 1: Make Use of Subtabs
  29. 29. LiveBinder Tip # 2: Make Your Tabs Easier to Use and See
  30. 30. Recipe # 2 – Scaffolding Learning Throughout a Chapter
  31. 31. PREDICT: High- probability barriers students may face? Think about all of the different barriers students may face in a chapter or unit you teach
  32. 32. PREDICT: High- probability barriers students may face? OVERCOME: What resources can I use to overcome these barriers? PLAN: What is my recipe? Think about a unit, chapter, or lesson that you teach
  33. 33. Ingredient # 1: Activate Learning
  34. 34. Create Your Own Word Cloud with AnswerGarden.ch
  35. 35. Ingredient # 2: Communicating Essential Question  Blogger of the day  Post an essential question  Description of what happened in class
  36. 36. Ingredient # 3 – Ingredients to Learn Note Outlines
  37. 37. Give Students Your Presentations!
  38. 38. Instead of re-teaching, why not create screencasts?
  39. 39. What web tools do you use to get your students to study? tinyurl.com/2padlet
  40. 40. Ingredient #4 – How to Get Students to Study!
  41. 41. Have Students Review Concepts and Vocabulary Terms with MoveNote https://www.movenote.com/v/E8ONzJyM3Dqkc
  42. 42. Let’s See What it Looks Like! http://www.livebinders.com/play/play?id=1186522
  43. 43. LiveBinder Tip # 3: Sharing Your Binder
  44. 44. LiveBinder Tip # 4: Present Your Binder for Simple View
  45. 45. Recipe # 3 – Scaffolding Assignments
  46. 46. What if you used LiveBinders as a form of scaffolding?
  47. 47. What is the purpose of scaffolding?
  48. 48. Maslow’s Hierarchy Assignment
  49. 49. What happens to work sheets when you give them to students?
  50. 50. Ingredient # 1 – Easy-to-Find and Impossible to Lose Directions
  51. 51. Ingredient # 2 – Communicating Announcements and Goals The human brain is incredibly goal-oriented and objective-driven
  52. 52. For those students who need an extra reminder to get started! Hello class! Your project is due Monday morning! Make sure that you print out 2 copies.
  53. 53. Ingredient # 3 – Helping Our Students Find Resources www.google.com/cse
  54. 54. Symbaloo
  55. 55. Draggo
  56. 56. Ingredient # 4 – Provide Supports for the Non-Experts!
  57. 57. FAQ’s with Screencast-o-Matic
  58. 58. Let’s See What it Looks Like! http://www.livebinders.com/edit/index/581009
  59. 59. LiveBinder Tip # 5: 100 MB is NOT ENOUGH SPACE?
  60. 60. LiveBinder Tip # 6: Organize Your Binder by Placing it on a Shelf
  61. 61. Recipe # 4 – Student Portfolios
  62. 62. Ingredient # 1: A Picture Speaks a 1,000 Words with PhotoPeach
  63. 63. Ingredient # 2: Share Evidence
  64. 64. Ingredient # 3 – Journalize Experiences
  65. 65. Journalize Through Video
  66. 66. Journalize through Audio Michael Faraday School https://audioboo.fm/boos/1092527-finnj2#t=0m19s
  67. 67. Recipe # 5 – Creating a Living and Breathing Textbook
  68. 68. 2010
  69. 69. Let’s See What it Looks Like!
  70. 70. LiveBinder Tip # 7: Password Protect Your Binder
  71. 71. Other Ideas for LiveBinders?
  72. 72.  Think Simple  Think about Learner Difference and tools to help address differences  Think of potential barriers to accessing information and how to address them  Use tools in strategic ways What is the Key?
  73. 73. Thank You Email: mattbergman14@gmail.com Blog: Bergman-UDL@blogspot.com Twitter: @mattbergman14 Presentation: tinyurl.com/bergman-bcsc

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