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    1. 1. Technology Integration Common Core Rita Sorrentino PhilWP: CoWL 11/2/13
    2. 2. Welcome  Introductions  Name  Your role/grade level/content area  Guiding Question: What level of access/support do you and/or your students have/need for implementation of CCSS with technology?
    3. 3. Navigating the Core  Implementing the Common Core State Standards  Achieve the Core  Pennsylvania Department of Education: Standards Aligned System  CAIU CCSS to PA Standards  Engage New York provides Common Core-aligned lessons and videos.  Apps on Mobile Devices
    4. 4. Common Core Standards in Kid Friendly Format and Language!   “I Can CC” statements for K-3, 4-6  Checklists for K-6  Still Needed 7-12
    5. 5. Worth the Surf  LearnZillionlearning platform that combines video lessons, assessments, and progress reporting. Each lesson highlights a Common Core standard  PowerMyLearning – various resources-can be searched by CCSS  for reading comprehension aligned to CCSS
    6. 6. Anchor Standards Addressing Technology  Reading Literature: 7  Reading Information: 5, 7  Writing: 2, 6, 8  Speaking and Listening: 1,2 and 5  Reading History/Social Studies: 7  Reading Science/Technology: 9  Language: 4
    7. 7. Examples  Writing: Production and Distribution of Writing W.4.6 Use technology, including the Internet, to produce and publish writing and to interact and collaborate with others. demonstrate sufficient command of keyboarding skills to type a minimum of one page in a single sitting.  Reading: Informational Text RI.8.7. Evaluate the advantages and disadvantages of using different mediums (e.g., print or digital text, video, multimedia) to present a particular topic or idea.
    8. 8. Tools for Teaching & Learning  What’s in your toolbox?  Top 100 Tool (annotated)  Website Creation Weebly Wix Yola
    9. 9. Free Resources to Enhance Teaching and Learning  MIT Highlights for High School  Project Gutenberg (complete texts that are both free of charge and free of usage restrictions)  HippoCampus (Middle and High School)
    10. 10. Resources  Livebinders (slow to load but worth the wait) 7467  OneLook ( Search variations of key words and terms  The Big6 (kid friendly writing & research strategies and handouts)
    11. 11. High frequency words in the Common Core State Standards related to Technology
    12. 12. Every Common Core Standard Related to Technology and Digital Media  Google Doc created by Ben Rimes, K-12 Instructional Technology Coordinator, Mattawan Consolidated School, MI The internet, computing devices (including graphing calculators and other technological aides), and various forms of collaborative software are now being expected to be a regular part of a teacher’s “toolbox” for instructional activities.
    13. 13. Reading Standards  There are 10 Anchor Standards for Reading. Standards.  #7 directly relates to technology. "Integrate and evaluate content presented in diverse formats and media, including visually and quantitatively, as well as in words.”
    14. 14. Tech Supports for Reading Site or Tool Uses Levels DogoBooks News Articles Elem, Middle Diigo Read Articles, Annotate, share Middle, High School Awesome Stories Multimedia Texts, Voc Middle, high School Time for Kids Articles, Lesson Plans Elem SAS Curriculum Content, skills, tools Middle, High School
    15. 15. Writing Standards  There are 10 Anchor Standards for Writing. Standards # 6 and 8 directly relate to technology;  #6: Use technology, including the Internet, to produce and publish writing …  #8 Gather relevant information from multiple print and digital sources…
    16. 16. Tech Supports for Writing Site or Tool Uses Levels Kidblog Save and simple Elem, Middle WordPress Edublogs Blogs and website Middle, High School Storybird Artful storytelling Elementary Wikispaces Collaborative writing Elem, Middle, HS Google Drive Create, Collaborate, Share Middle, HS Edmodo Resources, Positing, Management Elem, Middle, HS
    17. 17. Speaking and Listening  There are 6 Anchor Standards for Speaking and Listening. Standards # 2 and 5 directly relate to technology:  #2 Integrate and evaluate information presented in diverse formats, inc visually, quantitatively and orally.  #5 Make strategic use of digital media and visual displays to express information and enhance understanding of presentations.
    18. 18. Tech Supports for Speaking/Listening Site or Tool Uses Levels Voki Speaking Avatars Elem, Middle HSS Voicethread Communicate/Connect Elem, Middle, HS Audacity GarageBand Communication Elem, Middle, HS iTunesU Teach/Learn Resource Elem, Middle, High Learning in Hand Support for podcasting and Mobile Learning Elem Middle Vocaroo Voice recording Elem, Middle, HS
    19. 19. Challenges Common Core implies that technology should be infused in all learning and not treated as a stand alone subject.  What has been your tech training experience?  Are teachers comfortable with technology integration - fluid part of their teaching?  Is tech an integral part of your instruction?  How can PhilWP help? Tech Tuesdays, Study Groups
    20. 20. Finally  One new thing at a time Don’t overwhelm yourself or your students Stay connected   @ritaas  Tech Tuesdays at PhilWP  PhilWP list serve 