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- 1. A Day In The Life of a teacher teaching with technology (from principle to practice x 3) Darren Kuropatwa MECY Sr Years ICT Consultant Brandon University, December 1, 2009
- 2. My Prejudices Why don’t students do better in mathematics? John Allen Paulos
- 3. Why should we care about mathematics? job skills, needs of science and technology
- 4. Why should we care about mathematics? job skills, needs of science and technology curiosity beauty essential understanding to play be a responsible citizen and transcendence
- 5. Why should we care about mathematics? curiosity beauty essential understanding to play be a responsible citizen and transcendence
- 6. Why don’t students do better in mathematics? 5 misconceptions about math (1) mathematics = computation
- 7. Why don’t students do better in mathematics? 5 misconceptions about math (1) mathematics = computation pattern recognition
- 8. Year were you born a little magic ...
- 9. Year of a signiﬁcant event in your life a little magic ...
- 10. Your age a little magic ...
- 11. Years that have passed since the signiﬁcant event a little magic ...
- 12. Year were you born Year of a signiﬁcant event in your life Your age Years that have passed since the signiﬁcant event a little magic ...
- 13. Year were you born + Year of a signiﬁcant event in your life + Your age Years that have passed since the signiﬁcant event a little magic ...
- 14. Why don’t students do better in mathematics? 5 misconceptions about math (2) it’s strictly hierarchical
- 15. Why don’t students do better in mathematics? 5 misconceptions about math (2) it’s strictly hierarchical learning is networked
- 16. Why don’t students do better in mathematics? 5 misconceptions about math (3) no place for storytelling
- 17. Why don’t students do better in mathematics? 5 misconceptions about math (3) no place for storytelling contextualizes learning
- 18. Why don’t students do better in mathematics? 5 misconceptions about math (4) exclusivity: few people can understand math
- 19. Why don’t students do better in mathematics? 5 misconceptions about math (4) exclusivity: few people can understand math accessible to everyone
- 20. Why don’t students do better in mathematics? (5) it’s a numbing discipline, lacking lustre or beauty
- 21. Why don’t students do better in mathematics? (5) it’s a numbing discipline, lacking lustre or beauty
- 22. A Day In The Life of a teacher teaching with technology (from principle to practice x 3) Darren Kuropatwa http://adifference.blogspot.com
- 23. Alarm Rings
- 24. Wake Up
- 25. Time To Go
- 26. iPod Ready for -35°C
- 27. iPod Ready for 7°C
- 28. Steppin’ Out
- 29. Catchin’ the Bus
- 30. DMCI
- 31. My Class
- 32. Firing Up the SMARTboard
- 33. Workshop
- 34. Three principles
- 35. 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
- 36. The Knowledge Network: (Principle 2) New Concepts and New Applications UNDERSTANDING REQUIRES FACTUAL KNOWLEDGE AND CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORKS
- 37. (Principle 3) Metacognition A METACOGNITIVE APPROACH ENABLES STUDENT SELF-MONITORING
- 38. Watch It. Do It. practice #1
- 39. Teach It. practice #1
- 40. Watch It. Do It. Teach It. REVEALS STUDENTSʼ PRECONCEPTIONS x = practice #1
- 41. Watch It. Do It. Teach It. BUILDS CONCEPTUAL AND SOCIAL NETWORKS practice #1
- 42. Watch It. Do It. Teach It. PROMOTES METACOGNITION practice #1
- 43. Next Problem
- 44. Twitter practice #2
- 45. practice #2
- 46. Lunch
- 47. School Day Ends
- 48. Slideshare.net practice #2
- 49. My SlideSpace practice #2
- 50. Transparency practice #2
- 51. share everything practice #2
- 52. Thinking practice #2
- 53. Transparency & Sharing REVEALS STUDENTSʼ PRECONCEPTIONS x = practice #2
- 54. Transparency & Sharing BUILDS CONCEPTUAL AND SOCIAL NETWORKS practice #2
- 55. Transparency & Sharing PROMOTES METACOGNITION practice #2
- 56. Leaving
- 57. Search Engine & Spark Spark http://www.cbc.ca/searchengine/ http://www.cbc.ca/spark
- 58. The Other End of the Street
- 59. Home Again, Home Again, Jiggity Jig!
- 60. Dinner, Magic, Bath, Compass & Bed
- 61. Class Blogs practice #3
- 62. Learning is a Conversation practice #3
- 63. 65
- 64. 66
- 65. 67
- 66. 68
- 67. Dale’s Cone of Experience
- 68. Create Content That Educates 70
- 69. the flickr® assignment 71
- 70. the wiki solutions manual assignment 72
- 71. the developing expert voices project 73
- 72. Learning Requires Reflection practice #3
- 73. Learning Requires Reflection practice #3
- 74. (Principle 1) Teachersʼ Errors and Misconceptions Based on Previous Learning x = TEACHERS MUST ENGAGE THEIR OWN PRECONCEPTIONS
- 75. (Principle 2) Build Knowledge Networks CONCEPTUAL AND SOCIAL NETWORKS
- 76. (Principle 3) Metacognition ACTIVELY AND TRANSPARENTLY REFLECT ON YOUR TEACHING
- 77. Catch Up on My Reading http://reader.google.com
- 78. K12 Online Conference http://k12onlineconference.org
- 79. questions “learning is a conversation”
- 80. Credits John Allen Paulos http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:John_Allen_Paulos.JPG 220 the thinker http://www.ﬂickr.com/photos/jeope/249159137/ http://www.ﬂickr.com/photos/mattwright/526492646/ 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://www.ﬂickr.com/photos/marcobellucci/3534516458/ 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 workstation all other images (cc) dkuropatwa 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
- 81. thanks Darren Kuropatwa http://adifference.blogspot.com

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