A Day In The Life V3.2

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Slides from an online presentation given to teachers in the Living Sky School Division in North Battleford, Saskatchewan. February 12, 2009.

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  • Mahalo Darren!

    Very good advice. This is my first year using a SMARTboard, and I feel good about how much I've been able to use it... but I could really benefit from those SMARTboad podcasts. I rarely use any of the pre-loaded items in the gallery... it's just been quicker to create my own slides from scratch. Perhaps the podcasts can give me tips for using the board in a more effective manner. Luckily, I'll also have access to a document camera next school year, so hopefully that will also contribute to student interactivity and in-depth learning.
    ~thanks heaps~
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  • Hi Caleb,

    I photocopy things like tests and quizzes or any other paper based work the students might do in class. The advent of the SMARTboard has lead to less of this sort of activity than in the past but it's still around.

    'Any recommendations for elementary teachers who must teach multiple subjects: math, reading, writing, science, etc?'
    Front load your lessons as much as possible (plan and organize everything you want to teach in the Notebook software before class) but stay open to the possibility of following topics that arise from conversations with the students while teaching. The internet and the camera tool work nicely together.

    'How can we use this tech, and not get overwhelmed or messy with these tools?'
    One step at a time. Maybe use it for every math lesson only, then, when you're more comfortable with using the SB, also add in Science, then other subjects as you feel you can as you go.
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  • Questions:

    Where do you find time to prepare your Smart Board slides? - You answered this one! Thanks.
    When do you assess student work? - At home after family time. Got it.
    With so much tech... what is it that you photocopy?
    Any recommendations for elementary teachers who must teach multiple subjects: math, reading, writing, science, etc? How can we use this tech, and not get overwhelmed or messy with these tools?

    THANKS for sharing!
    ~ Caleb Stroud
    5th/6th Teacher
    Innovations Public Charter School
    Kailua-Kona, HI
    http://sites.google.com/a/ipcs.info/mr-caleb-s-crew/

    PS: I love TED too!
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  • Thanks Mike. This one is an ealier version of the same presentation. The version I did at METC is here:

    http://www.slideshare.net/dkuropatwa/a-day-in-the-life-v41

    Cheers!
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  • Nice presentation. I just caught a bit of it on the live feed from #METC_CSD. Couldn't stay for all.
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A Day In The Life V3.2

  1. 1. A Day In The Life of a teacher teaching with technology (from principle to practice x 3) Darren Kuropatwa http://adifference.blogspot.com
  2. 2. about 9 hours 919 km 47 mins 2
  3. 3. Alarm Rings
  4. 4. Wake Up
  5. 5. Time To Go
  6. 6. iPod Ready for -35°C
  7. 7. iPod Ready for -1°C
  8. 8. Steppin’ Out
  9. 9. Catchin’ the Bus
  10. 10. DMCI
  11. 11. My Class
  12. 12. Firing Up the SMARTboard
  13. 13. Workshop
  14. 14. Three principles
  15. 15. Studentsʼ Errors and Misconceptions (Principle 1) Based on Previous Learning Students come to the classroom with conceptions of numbers grounded in their whole-number learning that lead them astray in the world of rational numbers; e.g. multiplying always makes numbers bigger. x = TEACHERS MUST ENGAGE STUDENTSʼ PRECONCEPTIONS
  16. 16. The Knowledge Network: (Principle 2) New Concepts and New Applications UNDERSTANDING REQUIRES FACTUAL KNOWLEDGE AND CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORKS
  17. 17. (Principle 3) Metacognition A METACOGNITIVE APPROACH ENABLES STUDENT SELF-MONITORING
  18. 18. Watch It. Do It. practice #1
  19. 19. Teach It. practice #1
  20. 20. Watch It. Do It. Teach It. REVEALS STUDENTSʼ PRECONCEPTIONS x = practice #1
  21. 21. Watch It. Do It. Teach It. BUILDS CONCEPTUAL AND SOCIAL NETWORKS practice #1
  22. 22. Watch It. Do It. Teach It. PROMOTES METACOGNITION practice #1
  23. 23. Next Problem
  24. 24. Twitter practice #2
  25. 25. practice #2
  26. 26. Lunch
  27. 27. School Day Ends
  28. 28. Slideshare.net practice #2
  29. 29. My SlideSpace practice #2
  30. 30. Transparency practice #2
  31. 31. share everything practice #2
  32. 32. Thinking practice #2
  33. 33. Transparency & Sharing REVEALS STUDENTSʼ PRECONCEPTIONS x = practice #2
  34. 34. Transparency & Sharing BUILDS CONCEPTUAL AND SOCIAL NETWORKS practice #2
  35. 35. Transparency & Sharing PROMOTES METACOGNITION practice #2
  36. 36. Leaving
  37. 37. Search Engine & Spark Spark http://www.cbc.ca/searchengine/ http://www.cbc.ca/spark
  38. 38. The Other End of the Street
  39. 39. Home Again, Home Again, Jiggity Jig!
  40. 40. Dinner, Magic, Bath, Compass & Bed
  41. 41. Class Blogs practice #3
  42. 42. Learning is a Conversation practice #3
  43. 43. Learning Requires Reflection practice #3
  44. 44. Learning Requires Reflection practice #3
  45. 45. Teachersʼ Errors and Misconceptions (Principle 1) Based on Previous Learning x = TEACHERS MUST ENGAGE THEIR OWN PRECONCEPTIONS
  46. 46. (Principle 2) Build Knowledge Networks CONCEPTUAL AND SOCIAL NETWORKS
  47. 47. (Principle 3) Metacognition ACTIVELY AND TRANSPARENTLY REFLECT ON YOUR TEACHING
  48. 48. Catch Up on My Reading http://reader.google.com
  49. 49. K12 Online Conference http://k12onlineconference.org
  50. 50. Credits 220 the thinker http://www.flickr.com/photos/jeope/ http://www.flickr.com/photos/mattwright/526492646/ 249159137/ How Students Learn reflection http://books.nap.edu/catalog.php?record_id=10126 http://flickr.com/photos/barnett/206994953/ Pewter Letters Numbers thoughtful http://flickr.com/photos/lwr/sets/72157594512642436/ http://flickr.com/photos/ronlayters/440835731/ This body is networked Transparency http://flickr.com/photos/funksoup/403990660/ http://flickr.com/photos/lightmash/2393645062/ The Thinker Sharing http://flickr.com/photos/renny1967/1509761982/ http://flickr.com/photos/furiousgeorge81/177926979/ DNA Girl Talk http://www.flickr.com/photos/ghutchis/124782978/ http://flickr.com/photos/e06158/2272739708/ question mark ? Big Screen Reflection http://flickr.com/photos/lwr/12364944/ http://www.flickr.com/photos/benward/181425257/ Mira reading the Griffiths Quantum Text start of the mobile content era http://flickr.com/photos/ailric/390832774/ http://www.flickr.com/photos/lynetter/329280898 all other images (cc) dkuropatwa workstation http://www.flickr.com/photos/striatic/241843728/ http://www.flickr.com/photos/dkuropatwa/tags/adayinthelife/ My Class Blogs 2008-2009 AP Calculus AB (2008-2009) Applied Math 20S (Fall 2008) http://apcalc2008.blogspot.com http://am20sf08.blogspot.com Applied Math 40S (Winter 2009) Pre-Cal 20S (Fall 2008) http://am40sw09.blogspot.com http://pc20sf08.blogspot.com Pre-Cal 40S (Winter 2009) Pre-Cal 30S (Fall 2008) http://pc40sw09.blogspot.com http://pc30sf08.blogspot.com
  51. 51. thanks Darren Kuropatwa http://adifference.blogspot.com

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