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Preparing For One On One Computing In The Classroom

  1. 1. We’ve got the Computers . . . Now What? Mary Phillips, 2009
  2. 2. Myths about the one-on-one classroom Classroom Management in a computing classroom Storage and Physical Space Requirements Overcoming and Preparing for Murphy’s Law (Technology Malfunctions) Utilizing free resources Mary Phillips, 2009
  3. 3. Teaching 4 years Certified “Geek” . . . And proud of it! Battle Creek Public Schools Advanced and Accelerated Program Social Studies and English grades 6-8 DEN Star Educator Mary Phillips, 2009
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  7. 7. The aesthetics of a Record audio and professional automate slide PowerPoint transitions PowerPoint Create an interactive Write notes to coincide presentation with hot with multimedia buttons presentation Mary Phillips, 2009
  8. 8. The difference between Search engine versus a reliable and directory unreliable website Google Alternative databases (e.g. Michigan E- Boolean Search Theory Library) Mary Phillips, 2009
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  13. 13. Sharing Writing Independent learning with Process research others Step-by-step Self-paced assignments learning Mary Phillips, 2009
  14. 14. Note taking Group products Movie notes during lectures Analyzing difficult Writing poetry texts or primary documents Mary Phillips, 2009
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  17. 17. Class Meeting Set up seating Review and Addendum chart expectations to Contract Discuss Review Review expectations expectations expectations Student/Parent Review Review Contract signed expectations expectations Mary Phillips, 2009
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  19. 19. Access to power Safety of students and teacher View of student screens View of LCD projector Neighbors provide support Mary Phillips, 2009
  20. 20. Students may not download files Students using computers in class are expected to stay on-task Students must use their own login information and must not share passwords or login information with others. Mary Phillips, 2009
  21. 21. Students may not send threatening or derogatory messages to others. Students should store laptop and bag in their designated places during the school day. Students should treat the computers with respect. Mary Phillips, 2009
  22. 22. Preamble ties classroom contract to district contract; Families sign both Guidelines (rules) spelled out here Progressive consequences apply to any infraction Contract language puts responsibility in the hands of the student first Mary Phillips, 2009
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  24. 24. Physical Space Requirements Power Cord Protectors Storage of laptops and bags Alternative seating (space for groups/students to spread out) Mary Phillips, 2009
  25. 25. Out of sight, out of mind Consider weight of cumulative equipment (many laptops) Label, label, label! Consider time for transitions Mary Phillips, 2009
  26. 26. Laminated playing cards are attached to bags and labeled with student names. Playing cards label bins. Students find similar face card. I use Spades for the labels.
  27. 27. Computer cart that does not charge is still a good place to store laptops when not in use.
  28. 28. Older students store laptops on roomy shelves. Each student has a numbered station.
  29. 29. Zip Ties are awesome! They secure the power strip to the shelf.
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  31. 31. Problem-solving routine Close program and reopen Restart computer Ask a friend Work Order Log Date Asset Tag Description of Problem Teacher’s Signature Mary Phillips, 2009
  32. 32. And you thought it was your fault when the computer crashed! Mary Phillips, 2009
  33. 33. Describe the problem as specifically as possible When does it happen? What error pops up or what happens? What have you tried to do to remedy it? Computer skills not necessary Mary Phillips, 2009
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  36. 36.  iCue  Wikispaces  Michigan e-Library  Ubuntu and Opensource  Arcademic Skillbuilders  NanoWrimo  Voicethread  Scriptfrenzy  MovieMaker  Scripped.com  PhotoStory  Exploratorium  Youth Leadership Institute  Library of Congress  Secret Builders  Google Earth  Alice  Vyew  Trekearth Mary Phillips, 2009
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