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Camp 21: Integrating Technology to Build Relationships

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Why do we use technology? What are ways we can use technology to build connections with each other and globally. Special thank you to Simon Fraser University, Microsoft Canada, Pearson Canada, CCI Learning and APPP Media.

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Camp 21: Integrating Technology to Build Relationships

  1. 1. CAMP 21: INTEGRATING TECHNOLOGY TO BUILD RELATIONSHIPS TUESDAY, APRIL 4, 2017 VICTORIA WOELDERS @VWOELDERS VWOELDERS@SD35.BC.CA 4:30 – 5:30 Presentation 5:30 – 6:00 Special Skype in the Classroom 6:00 – 6:30 Pizza Party & Draw Prizes 6:30 – 8:00 Workshop
  2. 2. Have questions? Connect with me on Twitter or Email. This slide presentation can be found on mykidslocker.com Victoria Woelders www.mykidslocker.com Twitter: @vwoelders Twitter hashtag: #projectinspirekids Email: vwoelders@sd35.bc.ca YouTube Facebook Google Plus Pinterest @vwoelders
  3. 3. START AT THE VERY BEGINNING  Do you remember when you were the same age as your students?  What memories do you have from that grade?  What are the relationship stories your students will talk about years from now? @vwoelders
  4. 4. ARE WE BUILDING RELATIONSHIPS THROUGH OUR GOALS?  Academics only? Edutopia Article May 18, 2016  Believe in Yourself  “I believe in you.”  Question Yourself  “You have a purpose. I see it and feel it! Let’s have fun and discover what it is.”  Purpose  Ask me questions. I am interested. @vwoelders
  5. 5. Michael Moore – 3 Minutes Where to Invade Next? Netflix@vwoelders
  6. 6. THOUGHTS FROM THE PAST  1881 First School in Edmonton  Factory Training  System of Subject Hula Hoops to Jump Through  1997  Maurice Elias at Rutgers University in Department of Psychology  “It can actually be very dangerous to have very smart kids with very poor character. And when you start to think of it that way, you realize that we don’t have the choice of making kids smart, or good. We have to have both”. @vwoelders
  7. 7. WHAT DO WE REALLY WANT FOR OUR CHILDREN IN 2017?  Recognize and manage emotions  Set and achieve personal goals  Establish and maintain positive relationships  Make responsible decisions  Handle interpersonal situations continuously @vwoelders
  8. 8. EA Prince – 6 Minutes The People vs The School System YouTube @vwoelders
  9. 9. “THE CORE COMPETENCES ARE NOT ‘OUTCOMES’ AND THE PROFILES ARE NOT ‘REQUIREMENTS’. THEY ARE NOT ‘ANOTHER CURRICULUM’ OR A ‘COMPETING CURRICULUM’. THESE ARE NOT STANDARDS FOR JUDGING OR COMPARING. IT’S NOT ABOUT FILLING IN A TEMPLATE OR CHECKING OFF ASPECTS ON A RUBRIC.” – DR. SHARON JEROSKI COMMUNICATION THINKING (CREATIVE & CRITICAL) PERSONAL & SOCIAL (POSITIVE PERSONAL & CULTURAL IDENTITY; PERSONAL AWARENESS & RESPONSIBILITY; AND SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY) @vwoelders
  10. 10. Allan Watts – 5 Minutes Life is Not a Journey @vwoelders
  11. 11. DO WE SEE TECHNOLOGY AS A BARRIER BETWEEN RELATIONSHIPS?  When are we disconnecting with real people?  Why do we disconnect? @vwoelders
  12. 12. The Glowing Screens – 5 Minutes What barriers do we face when building connections through technology? @vwoelders
  13. 13. CAN WE REVOLUTIONIZE TECH IN OUR CLASSROOMS AND OUR RELATIONSHIPS?  “When we decline to model the usage of technology as a privilege and relational tool, we loose the opportunities for connecting.” @vwoelders
  14. 14. Chris Milk TED Talk – 8 Minutes How Virtual Reality can Create the Ultimate Empathy Machine @vwoelders
  15. 15. Upworthy – 7 Minutes Couple visits the World at Home @vwoelders
  16. 16. CONNECTION, MISTAKES AND VULNERABILITY  “It’s going to be difficult. Failure is a manifestation of learning and exploration. If you aren’t experiencing failure, then you are making a far worse mistake.” - Creativity Inc. @vwoelders
  17. 17. A Big Thank You to . . . Microsoft for our Pizza Party CCI Learning for our goodies APPP Media for 3 Different Apps • Telling Time • Understanding Math - Addition and Subtraction • Understanding Math – Times tables Pearson Canada – 3 Books • The Curious Classroom: 10 Structures for Teaching with Student- Directed Inquiry @vwoelders
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  19. 19. LET’S USE SKYPE IN THE CLASSROOM! BUILDING RELATIONSHIPS WITH EACH OTHER AND THE WORLD. @vwoelders
  20. 20. MICROSOFT EDUCATOR PORTAL @vwoelders
  21. 21. LET’S GET YOU STARTED! Let’s Go to the Microsoft Educator Portal
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  23. 23. SKYPE VIRTUAL FIELD TRIPS  Let’s Explore Skype in the Classroom VIRTUAL FIELD TRIPS @vwoelders
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  25. 25. Badlands in Wyoming, USA  Baby Dinosaur Expert  Fossils  Artist’s Impressions  Animal Habitat SKYPE VIRTUAL FIELD TRIP @vwoelders
  26. 26. Badlands in Wyoming, USA  Lakota Aboriginal Peoples  Animal Habitat – Bison The Big Pig Dig SKYPE VIRTUAL FIELD TRIP @vwoelders
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  28. 28. Yellowstone National Park Part 1  Arrowhead SKYPE VIRTUAL FIELD TRIP @vwoelders
  29. 29. Yellowstone National Park Part 2  Animals  Volcano  Scientific Discoveries SKYPE VIRTUAL FIELD TRIP @vwoelders
  30. 30. NOTE TAKING Yellowstone National Park  Drier than we live  Bison  Geysers @vwoelders
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  32. 32. Buffalo Bill Center, Wyoming  Lakota People  Iktomi and Buffalo Skull  Buffalo Importance SKYPE VIRTUAL FIELD TRIP @vwoelders
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  34. 34. Virginia Society talks about the Powhatan People and Pochontas  How is the Disney Pochontas different from the real woman?  Pochantas Images  She also went by these names: Matoaka, Princess Matoika and Rebecca Rolfe  John Smith’s Original Map  Traditional Powhatan Materials SKYPE VIRTUAL FIELD TRIP @vwoelders
  35. 35. NOTE TAKING Virginia Society  Celebrations and hunting were important to the Aboriginal people  Some of these celebrations would last for 24 hours.  Pochontas met John Smith when she was around 10 years of age  Pochantas had her arms covered because she had tattoos  She died because she got a disease on her way back from England  Her baptized name was Rebecca @vwoelders
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  37. 37. National Canoe Museum of Canada  Canada 150  Fur Trading  Aboriginal Teachings SKYPE VIRTUAL FIELD TRIP @vwoelders
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  39. 39. Skype-a-Thon  Mystery Skype  Ketchikan, Alaska  Guest Speaker  James Gill from Coquitlam @vwoelders
  40. 40.  New York  Elementary School  #Christmaswhereweare  Ketchikan, Alaska  Middle School  Skype-a-thon  San Paulo, Brazil  Private Elementary School  An Aunt of One of Our Students MYSTERY SKYPES @vwoelders
  41. 41. CAMP 21: INTEGRATING TECHNOLOGY TO BUILD RELATIONSHIPS TUESDAY, APRIL 4, 2017 VICTORIA WOELDERS @VWOELDERS VWOELDERS@SD35.BC.CA

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