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Week 8 Communication

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Week 8 Communication

  1. 1.  Reading  Get background information about communication tools  Lecture  Applying reading  Quickly show lots of communication examples  Apply knowledge about communication (GRADE case)  Lab  Use 2 communication tools in depth  Modeling Activity (GRADE case - you are K-12 students)  Workout (Experiment with communication tool– include in ePortfolio)  Propose communication tool in depth  Artifact Proposal (Propose content specific use of weekly tool)
  2. 2.  Productivity  Content Exploration  Communication  Production  Data Collection/Analysis
  3. 3.  Basic Communication Patterns  One to one | One to many | Many to many  Interaction  Synchronous | Asynchronous  Media  Text | Audio | Images | Video  Examples  GRADE
  4. 4.  One to one  One to many  Many to many
  5. 5.  Provide an example of how you could use technology to communicate in your classroom using one of the following basic communication patterns:  One to one  One to many  Many to many
  6. 6.  Basic Communication Patterns  One to one | One to many | Many to many  Interaction  Synchronous | Asynchronous  Media  Text | Audio | Images | Video  Examples  GRADE
  7. 7.  Asynchronous  Synchronous
  8. 8.  At the same time
  9. 9.  Chatrooms  “Live” communication between 2+ users  Instant messaging  Private. Like telephone but with text messaging.  Video conferencing  Two-way interactive communication. Special equipment or over the computer.  Virtual learning environments  Video or chat-based communication. Avatar.  E.g., Second life.
  10. 10.  Row, row, row the boat  Not occurring at the  Gently down the stream same time  Merrily merrily merrily merrily  Life is but a dream
  11. 11.  Email  One to one  Listserv  One to many  Bulletin board / Discussion board  Post messages.  Blogs  Web blog. Publicly accessible. Discussing specific topic/issue.
  12. 12.  What are some of the advantages of using asynchronous communication methods?
  13. 13.  Basic Communication Patterns  One to one | One to many | Many to many  Interaction  Synchronous | Asynchronous  Media  Text | Audio | Images | Video  Examples  GRADE
  14. 14.  Text  Audio  Images  Video
  15. 15.  Email  Discussion boards  Google Groups  Instant messaging (IM)  Chat rooms  Texting  Phone (SMS)  Documents  Blogs  Wikis  Google Docs
  16. 16. Email Example
  17. 17. Document Collaboration & Chat Example
  18. 18.  Text  Email, discussion boards, IM, texting  Audio  Phone, podcast, radio  Images  Video
  19. 19.  One-way:  Radio  Foreign language  National public radio  Reach far distances  Public announcements (famous speeches)  Podcasting  Automatically updated audio  Variety of subject-specific recordings  Two-way  Audio-conferencing  Computer (skype, MSN, yahoo)  Phone  Conference calls  Communicate one-on-one  Post to a blog
  20. 20. Voice Email Example
  21. 21.  Text  Email, discussion boards, IM, texting  Audio  Phone, podcast, radio  Images  Photos, graphics, interactive whiteboard  Video
  22. 22.  Photos/Graphics  Whiteboard sharing  Example:  Flickr  Thinkature
  23. 23. Whiteboard Collaboration Example
  24. 24.  Text  Email, discussion boards, IM, texting  Audio  Phone, podcast, radio  Images  Photos, graphics, whiteboards  Video  Video conferencing
  25. 25.  Videoconferencing  Video conferencing software  Computer-based video conferencing  Example:  Videoconference field trips  Video conferences available for all standards
  26. 26. Videoconferencing Example
  27. 27. 1. Pattern of Communication 1. One to one 2. One to many 3. Many to many 2. Interaction 1. Asynchronous 2. Synchronous 3. Media 1. Text 2. Audio 3. Image 4. Video
  28. 28. Synchronous Asynchronous One-to-one Ex: Instant Messaging One-to-many Many-to-many
  29. 29.  Basic Communication Patterns  One to one | One to many | Many to many  Interaction  Synchronous | Asynchronous  Media  Text | Audio | Images | Video  Examples  GRADE
  30. 30. 1. Pattern of Communication 1. One to one 2. One to many 3. Many to many 2. Interaction 1. Asynchronous 2. Synchronous 3. Media 1. Text 2. Audio 3. Image 4. Video
  31. 31. 1. Pattern of Communication 1. One to one 2. One to many 3. Many to many 2. Interaction 1. Asynchronous 2. Synchronous 3. Media 1. Text 2. Audio 3. Image 4. Video
  32. 32. 1. Pattern of Communication 1. One to one 2. One to many 3. Many to many 2. Interaction 1. Asynchronous 2. Synchronous 3. Media 1. Text 2. Audio 3. Image 4. Video
  33. 33.  Basic Communication Patterns  One to one | One to many | Many to many  Interaction  Synchronous | Asynchronous  Media  Text | Audio | Images | Video  Examples  GRADE
  34. 34. Energy Sources
  35. 35.  Mrs. Yakamodo (teaches 10th grade science)  Ms. Ackley (teaches 10th grade speech)  Concerns with students’ lack of knowledge of energy crisis  Multidisciplinary project with 10th grade students  Collaborate in teams  Debate energy sources  Debate is difficult – no time to think about counterargument
  36. 36.  What is the standard or learning goal of the lesson?  Env.1.16 Cite examples of how all fuels have advantages and disadvantages that society must question when considering the trade- offs among them, such as how energy use contributes to the rising standard of living in the industrially developing nations.  SPC.1.16 Deliver reflective presentations that: [11.7.16/12.7.16]  explore the significance of personal experiences, events, conditions, or concerns, using appropriate speech strategies, including narration, description, exposition, and persuasion.  draw comparisons between the specific incident and broader themes and illustrate beliefs or generalizations about life.  maintain a balance between describing the incident and relating it to more general, abstract ideas.  What is the problem that specifically needs to be addressed?  Given a specific energy source, the students will be able to debate the advantages and disadvantages of various energy sources. The debate will address the main aspects of energy sources and respond to other presentations.
  37. 37.  What do your students need in a resource or tool?  Grouping  Groups (3-4)  Home, computer lab  Time  One hour in computer lab  Home  Classroom  Resources (environment)  Computer lab  20 student computers, Internet access  Classroom  1 Teacher computer  Projector  Videos  Magazines  Papers  Pencils  Home  Most have computers with Internet access  Media (students)  Text  Images
  38. 38. What resources can you access that might address the problem?  PBS: Deregulation map  Contact Congress or the  Research guide President  NREL (Natural Renewable  Debate instructions Energy Laboratory)  Debate worksheet presentations  Gaggle (Email)  NREL learning resources  Post to wiki (Google groups)  Department of Education Kid’s Website  OnCourse discussion board  Energy Kid’s Page  ePals  Xpeditions  iEARN
  39. 39.  Decide: Which of the tool you identified should be used? How should these tools be used? (Provide a brief description of the activity)  Explain decision: How does the tool you chose address…  Effectiveness?  Efficiency?  Enhancement?  Objective  Given a specific energy source, the students will be able to debate the advantages and disadvantages of various energy sources. The debate will address the main aspects of energy sources and respond to other presentations.
  40. 40.  Basic Communication Patterns  One to one | One to many | Many to many  Interaction  Synchronous | Asynchronous  Media  Text | Audio | Images | Video  Examples  GRADE
  41. 41.  Productivity  Content Exploration  Communication  Production  Data Collection/Analysis
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