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Curriculum Technologist
Scott Davis
By PresenterMedia.com
Presentation overview
Learning Theories
TPACK
Teach 180
Creating a Wiki
1
2
5
3
4
Moodle
•How we learn
Off-loading means
that we have the
“outside world”
perform some of our
work for us.
Examples: Using graph
pa...
• It is important to consider
the cognitive demands
associated with learning a
new technology
• One problem educators face...
•In comes TPACK
TPACK is
understanding the
interplay between
content knowledge,
technological
knowledge and
pedagogical
kn...
6
•TPACK
• TPACK is a framework for understanding learning
• TPACK was created by Dr. Matthew Koehler and Dr. Punya
Mishra...
7
•Change can be difficult
http://edorigami.edublogs.org/2009/01/18/updated-managing-complex-change/
8
•Teach 180
• Teach180 is an entirely free online curriculum I am
currently building in my spare time
• My goal is to share...
•Teach 180
• Teach180 is run on “the cloud” using Amazon web service
• The server is run using Bitnami
• The Content Manag...
11
•Sample Lesson Plan
Lesson Title: What does a historian do?
Standards Addressed In Lesson: P1.2 Analyze point of view, ...
•Moodle
• Moodle is an open-source Learning Management System
• Moodle is a learning platform that allows educators to
cre...
•Wikis
• A wiki is a web application that allows people to add,
modify or delete content in collaboration with others
• A ...
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  1. 1. Curriculum Technologist Scott Davis By PresenterMedia.com
  2. 2. Presentation overview Learning Theories TPACK Teach 180 Creating a Wiki 1 2 5 3 4 Moodle
  3. 3. •How we learn Off-loading means that we have the “outside world” perform some of our work for us. Examples: Using graph paper or using a multiplication chart http://blog.clickmeeting.com/how-much- do-your-webinars-attendees-remember Our brains can only take in so much information at a time. Educators can use certain strategies such as automaticity and off-loading to increase learning an retention rates. Automaticity means that something is learned so well that it becomes “automatic” and doesn’t require any effort whatsoever. Examples: Driving a car or rote memorization
  4. 4. • It is important to consider the cognitive demands associated with learning a new technology • One problem educators face is knowing the affordances and constraints of new technologies • By the end of 2014 the Internet will have over 1 billion websites •Too Much Information * “By ‘Website’ we mean unique hostname (a name which can be resolved, using a name server, into an IP Address)” SOURCE: http://www.internetlivestats.com/total-number-of-websites/
  5. 5. •In comes TPACK TPACK is understanding the interplay between content knowledge, technological knowledge and pedagogical knowledge
  6. 6. 6 •TPACK • TPACK is a framework for understanding learning • TPACK was created by Dr. Matthew Koehler and Dr. Punya Mishra • For more information and for TPACK resources visit http://www.matt-koehler.com/tpack/resources/ or http://www.tpack.org/
  7. 7. 7 •Change can be difficult http://edorigami.edublogs.org/2009/01/18/updated-managing-complex-change/
  8. 8. 8
  9. 9. •Teach 180 • Teach180 is an entirely free online curriculum I am currently building in my spare time • My goal is to share technology rich lesson plans with other educators • Since launching one month ago my first presentation on SlideShare has nearly 2,000 views • http://teach180.bitnamiapp.com/joomla/
  10. 10. •Teach 180 • Teach180 is run on “the cloud” using Amazon web service • The server is run using Bitnami • The Content Management System (CMS) is Joomla
  11. 11. 11 •Sample Lesson Plan Lesson Title: What does a historian do? Standards Addressed In Lesson: P1.2 Analyze point of view, context, and bias to interpret primary and secondary source documents. Objective/Aim: (“I learned” statement) I learned what a historian does and how they use primary and secondary sources. Materials: * What does a historian do? slideshow * Primary vs. Secondary Sources handout Vocabulary: Historian, Primary Source, Secondary Source Do Now: How do historians know an event really happened? Assessment: Students will turn in their notes from the presentation. They must also complete the “Thinking like a historian” activity Lesson Procedure: 1. Do now 2. Present the Slide Show What Does a Historian Do? 3. Discuss Primary and Secondary Sources 4. Students do the “Thinking like a historian” activity. 5. Answer any questions and go over the homework activity. Reflection: What do you think is more important for a historian, a primary or a secondary source? Homework: Primary vs. Secondary Sources handout
  12. 12. •Moodle • Moodle is an open-source Learning Management System • Moodle is a learning platform that allows educators to create personalized learning environments. • While working at the Digital Learning Center I helped create and manage content via Moodle.
  13. 13. •Wikis • A wiki is a web application that allows people to add, modify or delete content in collaboration with others • A wiki is a form of asynchronous learning • https://www.myhaikuclass.com/davissc5/technology/ • http://trainingmodule.wikispaces.com/

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