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IWBs...Not Your Mother's Chalkboard Reform Symposium

  1. The Reform Symposium worldwide econference Jan 8, 2011 http://www.flickr.com/photos/velvettangerine/3922005142/ Joquetta “The Digital Diva” Johnson Milford Mill Academy Library Media Specialist Baltimore, Maryland
  2. http://www.slideshare.net/betchaboy/new-things-in-new-ways
  3. Betcher, Chris, and Mal Lee. The Interactive Whiteboard Revolution: Teaching with IWBs. Camberwell, Vic.: ACER, 2009
  4. http://www.slideshare.net/betchaboy/new-things-in-new-ways
  5. Make Abstract Concepts Easier To Grasp Student Thinking
  6. Good t ea ch er s u n d er s t a n d t h a t w h ile IWBs m a y b e h elp f u l a n d in t er es t in g, a t t h e h ea r t of a ll is good -q u a lit y t ea ch in g, b u ilt a r ou n d a s t u d en t -cen t er ed , con s t r u ct iv is t m o d el of lea r n in g p14
  7. Tea ch er s w h o u n d er s t a n d [IBWs ] t a p in t o t h e p o t en t ia l of t h is n ew t ech n o logy by d ev elo p in g en g a gin g a n d in t er es t in g in t er a ct iv e les s o n s t h a t ca p t u r e t h e a t t en t ion a n d im a gin a t io n o f s t u d en t s in a p ed a go gica lly s ou n d p8 a n d cr ea t iv e m a n n er
  8. IWBs…The Digital Hub Rich Media Digital Resources Engaging Communication Technologies http://mrg.bz/Itl8kY
  9. Wor k in g o n a w h it eb oa r d is lik e con d u ct in g a s y m p h o n y . Yo u 'r e b r in gin g in d r a g -a n d -d r op co lla b or a t iv e w r it in g a n d p r o b lem s o lv in g a ct iv it ies , t h en cu ein g u p a f ilm clip or b r in gin g in t h e In t er n et t o d o r es ea r ch . Th er e a r e m a n y s eem in g ly d is p a r a t e f u n ct ion s a n d f ea t u r es , t h a t w h en u s ed t og et h er , cr ea t e a h o lis t ic les s o n . http://www.soulful-song.org/ http://www2.scholastic.com/browse/article.jsp?id=10621
  10. We u n p lu g o u r s t u d en t s , b eliev in g t h a t la p t o p s , iP o d s , cell p h o n es , a n d ev en w h it eb o a r d s h a v e n o r ea l p la ce in t ea ch in g t h e t h r ee R s . A s a r es u lt , s t u d en t s f a il t o s ee t h e r elev a n ce o f t h eir ed u ca t ion a s t h ey ju d g e t h e d eliv er y a n d n o t t h e co n t en t . http://connected.waldenu.edu/index.php/blogs/35-policy-matters/536-interactive-whiteboards-uneven-learning.html
  11. Collaborative Lesson With Social Studies Teacher
  12. The Eight Key Principles for Effective IWB Teaching http://mrg.bz/JOnX3b Betcher, Chris, and Mal Lee. The Interactive Whiteboard Revolution: Teaching with IWBs. Camberwell, Vic.: ACER, 2009
  13. 1. Be Proficient http://mrg.bz/2ykJKb
  14. Get to know your software Explore the menus P Click on the toolbar icons Take a class Chat with other teachers L Listen to IWB podcasts Join IWB Nings & Forums A Read IWB Blogs Follow IWB users & organizations on Twitter & Facebook Y
  15. 2. Be Organized http://www.flickr.com/photos/missnexus/435200732/
  16. Place board in central location for viewing & access On-demand access to peripherals devices: printers, document cameras, slates, microscopes, student response systems, etc…
  17. 3. Be Interactive http://www.flickr.com/photos/sblackley/3473638026/
  18. Develop lessons and activities that afford learners opportunities to interact… physically and/or mentally
  19. 4. Flexible Flickr Photo By Lisa Picard
  20. Allow time for learners to learn and explore ideas What they need to learn may not exactly match what you have planned to teach Flexibility & willingness to take the occasional detour from the lesson
  21. 5. Be Constructive http://www.flickr.com/photos/19374628@N06/2722776348/in/photostream/
  22. Create lessons that allow the students to learn by playing and manipulating ideas Step away from the board & let the students take over
  23. http://www.flickr.com/photos/gayparadechile/5182864804/ 6. Be Open-Minded
  24. Be creative Be innovative Be open to new ideas Think and Teach outside of the box
  25. Flickr Photo By Medmoiselle T Tania Liu 7. Be Willing To Share
  26. Re-use and share lesson materials Collaborate locally, nationally, and globally
  27. 8. Be Prepared to Plan http://www.flickr.com/photos/paulworthington/82648702/
  28. Proper Planning Prevents A Poor Performance Have a back-up plan Have a back-up for the back-up
  29. No matter what tool we are discussing, the tools can only do so much. The teachers need time to explore how best to use it. It is only in that way that teaching pedagogy can be improved. http://www.speedofcreativity.org/2008/08/01/smart-technologies-whiteboard-software-new-requires-product-keys-for-installation/
  30. Tom Whitby, Adjunct Professor of Education at St Joseph’s College in New York.
  31. My Contact Info Joquetta “The Digital Diva" Johnson Library Media Specialist Milford Mill Academy Baltimore County Public Schools Baltimore, Maryland 410-887-0665 jjohnson@bcps.org joquetta.johnson@gmail.com My Digital Footprint www.joquettajohnson.com www.milfordmillacademylibrary.pbworks.com www.twitter.com/accordin2jo http://www.youtube.com/user/accordin2jo http://www.diigo.com/list/accordin2jo http://www.slideshare.net/accordin2jo Skype: accordin2jo

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