The Common Core and Web-Based Technology

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Educators around the country are exploring innovative ways to teach the new Common Core standards. Innovative instructional strategies supported by technology integration will play a crucial role in the successful implementation of the Common Core.
-Explore the Common Core standards and some of the web-based technologies that will support the Common Core curriculum
-Investigate instructional strategies and web 2.0 integration to impact teaching and classroom dynamics

From a webinar on 5/15/13.

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The Common Core and Web-Based Technology

  1. 1. Teaching the Common Core withWeb-Based TechnologyAndy PetroskiDirector & Assistant Professor of LearningTechnologiesHarrisburg University of Science & Technology
  2. 2. Andy PetroskiDirector of Learning TechnologiesAssistant Professor of LearningTechnologiesHarrisburg UniversityLTMSCAELTHarrisburgUniversity
  3. 3. teaching the common core with web-based technologyInstructionalStrategiesWebTechnologiesCommonCore
  4. 4. who are you and what are you looking for?
  5. 5. common coreCollege & Career ReadinessCommonCurriculumHigherExpectationsGradeSpecific Math& LanguageArts
  6. 6. Standards for Mathematical Practice English Language Arts Anchor StandardsMake sense of problems and persevere in solving them Key Ideas and DetailsReason abstractly and quantitatively Craft and StructureConstruct viable arguments and critique the reasoningof othersIntegration of Knowledge and IdeasModel with mathematics Range of Reading and Level of Text ComplexityUse appropriate tools strategically Text Types and PurposesAttend to precision Production and Distribution of WritingLook for and make use of structure Research to Build and Present KnowledgeLook for and express regularity in repeated reasoning. Range of WritingComprehension and CollaborationPresentation of Knowledge and IdeasConventions of Standard EnglishKnowledge of LanguageVocabulary Acquisition and Usesource: www.corestandards.orgcommon core
  7. 7. are you ready?In an online survey onedweek.org, conductedby the EPE ResearchCenter, teachers wereasked for their viewson how ready they andtheir schools are forthe common core.source: EPE Research Center, 2012; http://visual.ly/getting-ready-common-core
  8. 8. are you ready?source: EPE Research Center, 2012; http://visual.ly/getting-ready-common-core
  9. 9. are you ready?source: EPE Research Center, 2012; http://visual.ly/getting-ready-common-core
  10. 10. are you ready?source: EPE Research Center, 2012; http://visual.ly/getting-ready-common-core
  11. 11. are you ready?source: EPE Research Center, 2012; http://visual.ly/getting-ready-common-core
  12. 12. web-based technology and learning outcomessource: http://www.usi.edu/distance/bloom%20pyramid.jpg
  13. 13. Reading: Text complexityand the growth ofcomprehensionMindmeisterGliffyGoogle Apps (Doc, Form, Timeline,Presentation)PreziDiigoVoiceThreadAnimotokey features of the standardsEnglish Language Arts
  14. 14. Writing: Text types,responding to reading, andresearchGoogle Advanced SearchDiigoMoodle (Discussion Forum, Glossary, Wiki)Google Apps (Doc, Form)Bubblrkey features of the standardsEnglish Language Arts
  15. 15. Speaking and Listening:Flexible communication andcollaborationSkypeVoiceThreadJingGoogle Apps (Presentation, Form)Google+ HangoutsYouTube / TeacherTubeOpen Educational Resources (i.e. KhanAcademy)key features of the standardsEnglish Language Arts
  16. 16. Language: Conventions,effective use, andvocabularyMicrosoft WordPodcasts (e.g. Grammar Girl)Animoto / Digital StorytellingFlashcard Machine / Study BlueGameskey features of the standardsEnglish Language Arts
  17. 17. standards for mathematical practiceMathematicsConstruct viable argumentsand critique the reasoning ofothersCreately / GliffyGoogle Apps (Doc, Form, Timeline,Presentation, Drawing)Schoology / EdmodoMoodle (Discussion Forum, Glossary, Wiki)Poll Everywhere / SocrativeVoiceThread
  18. 18. standards for mathematical practiceMathematicsModel with mathematicsGoogle DrawingGliffySmart Draw / Floor PlanGames3D Modeling / Printing
  19. 19. standards for mathematical practiceMathematicsUse appropriate toolsstrategicallyGoogle Advanced SearchWolfram AlphaGoogle Apps (Form, Spreadsheet)SurveyMonkeyExcelBlender (3D Modeling)
  20. 20. standards for mathematical practiceMathematicsStatistics and ProbabilityGoogle MapsWolfram AlphaARC GIS ExplorerGoogle Apps (Form, Spreadsheet)ExcelInfographics
  21. 21. common core scenarioEnglish Language Arts• Research paper• English Language Arts Standards »History/Social Studies » Grade 6-8• CCSS.ELA-Literacy.RH.6-8.1 Citespecific textual evidence to supportanalysis of primary andsecondary sources.Resources: http://bit.ly/104UtJM• www.diigo.com• Digital annotation and analysis• Manage information andevaluation, discuss and analyze thatinformation
  22. 22. common core scenarioMathematics• Apply math to real-world scenarios• Mathematics » Grade 7 » Ratios &Proportional Relationships• CCSS.Math.Content.7.RP.A.2Recognize and representproportional relationships betweenquantities.Resources: http://bit.ly/OSVCvG• YummyMath.com• Browse by topic• Collaborate in groups, then discussthe solution as a class• Debate a Bargain• Apply understanding ofration/proportions to figure outwhich product is the better deal.• Google Docs / Spreadsheet• Creately / Gliffy to diagram thoughtprocess
  23. 23. http://www.corestandards.orgexplore and brainstorm
  24. 24. questions & feedback
  25. 25. resources• 10 Tech Tools to Teach the Common Core Standards• Catlin Tucker Blog• Common Core and Tech Wiki• Common Core Technology Integration Live Binder• Common Core Toolkit• Common Core Resources for Educators• Common Core Standards Cheat Sheet
  26. 26. other opportunitiesFuture WebinarsCreating Blended and Online LearningThursday, May 16 from 3:30 PM – 4:30 PMUsing Educational Games and GamificationMonday, May 20 from 3:30 PM – 4:30 PMUsing iPads and Mobile Learning in theClassroomTuesday, May 21 from 3:30 PM – 4:30 PMChanging Education with Active LearningWednesday, May 22 from 3:30 PM – 4:30 PMMore info and free registration: bit.ly/17BgFgg
  27. 27. other opportunitiesLTMS 600: Implementing Web 2.0 in the Classroom (Blended:Synchronous & Asynchronous)Synchronous dates: September 10, October 1, October 22, November 12, December 3, andDecember 17 (6 PM – 9 PM)Learn more:• http://www.harrisburgu.edu/learningtechnologies• apetroski@harrisburgu.eduAttend in Harrisburg or Online!
  28. 28. other opportunitiesEducators’ Technology Clinics3 days, 3 days, 1 day9 AM to 4 PMTeaching the Common Core with Web-Based TechnologyJuly 9, 10, 11; July 23, 24, 25, October 12Harrisburg, Lancaster (IU 13) and New Oxford (IU 12)July 23, 24, 25; August 6, 7, 8; October 12Southern Maryland Higher Education CenterLearn more at www.EdTechClinics.netAttend in Harrisburg, York, Lancaster, Southern Maryland
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