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Come see how to tap into your students’ creative side. We will demonstrate, including student examples, how to enhance your classroom using technology.

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  • JaredThe 21st century skills from step 2 come from the performance indicators.We now are beginning to create the crosswalk between CC standards and NETS P.I.
  • Identified by the unpacking processGenerated from the Performance Indicators
  • ImgSrc: http://www.tutorialspoint.com/developers_best_practices/index.htm
  • <5-MINUTESShare the resources that are found online to generate rubrics and their metrics of success.
  • NSTA - sTem

    1. 1. sTemYou’ve never seen StudentTechnology Work Like ThisBefore Ben Smith and Jared Mader @edtechben @rlmaderj www.edtechinnovators.com
    2. 2. Ben Smith: Jared Mader: • Physics Teacher • Director of Technology • Keystone Technology • Former Chemistry Teacher Integrator • Technology Staff Development • Doctoral Student in Trainer Instructional Technology • Keystone Technology • Making IT Happen Award Integrator Winner • Masters in Instructional • ISTE Board of Directors Technology • ISTE Consultant About Us
    3. 3. www.edtechinnovators.comOur Website
    4. 4. • Nonprofit international membership association.• Focuses on improving teaching and student learning using technology as a tool.• Connects educators to learn from each other.• Promotes best practices from the field.
    5. 5. ISTE NETS
    6. 6. Thursday • 8:00 – 9:30 AM – Using iPads to Create Innovative Scientists • 10:00 AM – 11:00 AM - The World of Google in Science • 1:00 – 2:30 PM – Putting Web 2.0 into the Science Classroom • 3:00 – 4:00 PM – sTem: You’ve Never Seen Student Technology Work Like This 2013 Presentations
    7. 7. Friday • 8:00 – 9:00 AM – Digitizing the Learning Experience and Taking IT Mobile • 9:30 – 10:30 AM – Going Beyond Data Collection: Sharing in a Science Classroom • 11:00 AM – 12:30 PM – Google Me This: How to Make Collaboration Work in a Wiki World • 2:00 – 3:00 PM – Tech Talk: A Terabyte of Ideas in an Hour 2013 Presentations http://bit.ly/nsta13
    8. 8. Saturday • 12:30 – 1:30 PM – Adding a Bit of Technology to a NASA Educational Project 2013 Presentations
    9. 9. Wednesday, April 24, 2013 • 4:00 - 5:00 PM, EST • Transforming the Science Classroom • http://iste.org/webinarsWebinars
    10. 10. Special Interest Groups
    11. 11. ISTE 2013
    12. 12. Monday, June 24, 2013 • 5:30 – 6:45 PM – SIGsci ShareathonTuesday, June 25, 2013• 8:30 – 10 AM – The Mobile Classroom: Going Digital• 4 – 6 PM – Got Data? Let’s Share Our WorkWednesday, June 26, 2013 • 8:30 – 11:30 AM • Every Student Computes in Science ISTE Conference
    13. 13. Ben and Jared
    14. 14. Success in the Digital AgeMarc Prensky - Digital Natives, Digital Immigrants - See Articlehttp://www.iste.org/learn/iste-toolkit.aspx
    15. 15. What is IT?
    16. 16. Why Go Digital?
    17. 17. StEM or sTem
    18. 18. Adding Tech In
    19. 19. Image from http://stempals.org
    20. 20. Tech Tools
    21. 21. Student K-U-D… Know Understand Do
    22. 22. Student K-U-D… Know Understand Do
    23. 23. • Students must be able to • Construct new understandings • Solve problems • Make decisions • Communicate and express themselves • Understand complex issues • Work collaboratively • Set goals and work to a timeline • Make ethical choicesKnowing ScienceCONTENT is NOT enough
    24. 24. National Educational TechnologyStandards for Students
    25. 25. Practices
    26. 26. Performance Indicators
    27. 27. Looking for Practices
    28. 28. Google Docs
    29. 29. ICT Profiles
    30. 30. Developing the Practices
    31. 31. Student K-U-D… Know Understand Do
    32. 32. Increasing Complexity of Technology Skills Technology choices become autonomous Increasing Levels of Cognition Curriculum mastery deepensFramework
    33. 33. ObservingStudents are passive spectators of the technology
    34. 34. IncorporatingStudents are leveraging technology to increase productivity
    35. 35. ProducingStudents create a product with a single technology
    36. 36. ExploringStudents engage in discovery learning prior to formal instruction
    37. 37. CollaboratingStudents interact with peers, instructors, and outside resources
    38. 38. ApplyingStudents are guided to combine and integrate technologies
    39. 39. CreatingStudents are making sound choices about the appropriate synthesisof content and technology into a final product
    40. 40. Observing to Incorporating Leap One
    41. 41. ObservingStudents are passive spectators of the technology Incorporating Students are leveraging technology to increase productivityObserving to Incorporating
    42. 42. Observing to IncorporatingStudents use the interactive whiteboard to manipulate pictures in a classification activity Students narrate a Discovery Streaming video in lieu of the “stock” narration Using Inspiration to create chemical element cards that can be manipulated to Create a periodic table When writing an abstract, students must use the formatting features that are built into Word to identify claims and substantiating facts Students create a Diigo or or Delicious page to organize and identify supporting evidence for an experiment or study Examples
    43. 43. Incorporating to the “Triangle” Leap Two
    44. 44. Incorporating to the “Triangle”IncorporatingStudents are leveraging technology toincrease productivity Producing Students create a product with a single technology Exploring Students engage in discovery learning prior to formal instruction Collaborating Students interact with peers, instructors, and outside resources
    45. 45. Incorporating to the “Triangle” Students podcast observations in lieu of a data tablePost a video that displays a scientific principle to Voicethread so that the class cancomment and/or predict its law Design an experiment in Google Docs and complete it with your lab group, online Make a movie trailer about a chemical reaction, describing its mathematics and properties In a dramatic or comedic way Students explore the principles of a gas law by engaging in a simulation about that law prior to experimentation Examples
    46. 46. The “Triangle” to CreatingLeap Three
    47. 47. The “Triangle” to CreatingThe “Triangle”Students are guided to use different tools Creating Students are making sound choices about the appropriate synthesis of content and technology into a final product
    48. 48. • Year Long Plan• Being Creative• Curriculum Map• What are 21st century skills?• What are technologies you / your students can use?• What are your current integration activities?Planning Documents
    49. 49. The resources…
    50. 50. Eliciting Practices
    51. 51. • Through the curriculum, the students must be provided experiences that will facilitate growth in all areas of the NETS.• The curriculum mapping document will help…Eliciting Skill Development
    52. 52. Kickin’ it up a NotchStudent Practices Extended Thinking…BAM!
    53. 53. • Designing activities that ask students to be creative must begin with the end point in mind.• The “being creative” document will help…Eliciting Creativity
    54. 54. • In order to allow students to be successful, we must scaffold our activities from a content perspective as well as a technology one• The Year Long Plan will help:Ensuring Success
    55. 55. • What are the goals / objectives of the project? • Curricular • Skills • Technology• Develop a rubric • Curriculum Focus should be first • Need a rubric area to deal with technology aspect • Collaboration • Problem Solving • CommunicationAssessing TechnologyIntegrated Projects
    56. 56. Creating rubrics
    57. 57. • Email: info@edtechinnovators.com• Website: www.edtechinnovators.com• Ben  @edtechben ben@edtechinnovators.com• Jared  @rlmaderj jared@edtechinnovators.comQuestions http://bit.ly/nsta13

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