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Hints for a Laptop Classroom

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Ideas for teachers new to a laptop classroom. Some basic pedagogy ideas, and then looking at what a digital teachers toolkit looks like.

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Hints for a Laptop Classroom

  1. 1. Hints for a Laptop ClassroomCreated by Andrew McCarthy - Digital Literary Coach (Dover)August 2011 anm@uwcsea.edu.sg
  2. 2. Basic Pedagogy
  3. 3. Basic Pedagogy Maintaining theteacher - student dynamic
  4. 4. Basic Pedagogy Circulating around Maintaining the the classteacher - student dynamic
  5. 5. Basic Pedagogy Circulating around Maintaining the the class teacher - student dynamicTeaching from different parts of the class
  6. 6. Basic Pedagogy Circulating around Maintaining the the class teacher - student dynamic Constantly reinforcing expectationsTeaching from different parts of the class
  7. 7. Basic Pedagogy Circulating around Maintaining the the class teacher - student dynamic Overtime shifting towards student centric model Constantly reinforcing expectationsTeaching from different parts of the class
  8. 8. Basic Pedagogy Circulating around Maintaining the the class teacher - student dynamic Overtime shifting towards student centric model Constantly reinforcing expectations Using teachable momentsTeaching from different parts of the class
  9. 9. Basic Pedagogy Circulating around Maintaining the the class teacher - student dynamic Overtime shifting towards student centric model Constantly reinforcing expectations Using teachable momentsTeaching from different parts of the class Simplicity of your online processes
  10. 10. Te ac hing St ra te gy
  11. 11. Learning Outcomey g te ra St ing h ac Te
  12. 12. yg te ra St ing h acTe Learning Outcome Creating Evaluating Analyzing Applying Understanding Remembering
  13. 13. Traditional Classroom Digital Classroom Group Work Google Docs Portfolios ePortfolios Repetition FlashCardsNewspaper clippings Website Links VHS Videos youTube Notetaking Digital Notes Mindmapping Mindmapping Experiments Simulations
  14. 14. My Tool Box Using StudyWiz as an online portal to my class. Links and activities are StudyWiz posted from our class page, documents shared and assignments collected. Developing a class space which contained current thinking and ClassBlog examples from my subject. Extending the learning beyond the walls of the classroom. Encouraging student participation and differentiation. Using Google Docs as a collaborative tools to improve student writing Google Docs skills. Using as a formative assessment tool to see student progress. Web 2.0 Giving students flexibility in how they present ideas and work. Tools Prezi, VoiceThread, Bubble.Us, Babelwith.me,Created by Andrew McCarthy - Digital Literary Coach (Dover)August 2011 anm@uwcsea.edu.sg
  15. 15. You can navigatebetween classes with the learning button Any class notices addedUnder folders you can These are the most recent by the teachers areaccess files shared by activities shared and featured available here the teacher by the teacher
  16. 16. Example - Class Blog for Discussion and Differentiation
  17. 17. Example - Essay Writing with Google Docs
  18. 18. Online Chat - http://babelwith.me
  19. 19. Hints for a Laptop Classroom
  20. 20. Hints for a Laptop Classroom
  21. 21. Hints for a Laptop Classroom • Classroom management and expectations
  22. 22. Hints for a Laptop Classroom • Classroom management and expectations • Teaching strategies to support learning
  23. 23. Hints for a Laptop Classroom • Classroom management and expectations • Teaching strategies to support learning • Reflecting on traditional techniques
  24. 24. Hints for a Laptop Classroom • Classroom management and expectations • Teaching strategies to support learning • Reflecting on traditional techniques • Developing a digital repertoire or tool box
  25. 25. Hints for a Laptop Classroom • Classroom management and expectations • Teaching strategies to support learning • Reflecting on traditional techniques • Developing a digital repertoire or tool box • Using StudyWiz as an online portal
  26. 26. Hints for a Laptop Classroom • Classroom management and expectations • Teaching strategies to support learning • Reflecting on traditional techniques • Developing a digital repertoire or tool box • Using StudyWiz as an online portal • Ensure students understand your processes
  27. 27. Hints for a Laptop Classroom • Classroom management and expectations • Teaching strategies to support learning • Reflecting on traditional techniques • Developing a digital repertoire or tool box • Using StudyWiz as an online portal • Ensure students understand your processesCreated by Andrew McCarthy - Digital Literary Coach (Dover)August 2011 - anm@uwcsea.edu.sg

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