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Digital Learning Day Introduction


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digital learning, common core standards, sbac

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Digital Learning Day Introduction

  1. 1. Digital Learning Day Make Space for Learning 11/5/13
  2. 2. Backwards Design… Acknowledgements First • Many thanks are in order… • Glenville School for hosting • Presenters/Facilitators • Custodial Staff /Media Staff (at all the schools) • All that helped put together materials • Visitors • All the participants for engaging in a new type of Professional Learning experience
  3. 3. Today’s Objectives Why new technology isn’t enough... • Provide a day in which teachers “own their own learning” day through collaboration, authentic and relevant exploration of instructional practices. • Provide time, resources and structure to“explore closelyonline tools, resources and strategies to support CCSS and SBAC and model student-centered learning. • Encourage teachers to develop a PLN (Personal Learning Network). • Improve home-school connections and parent engagement. • Determine barriers and challenges as well as rewards of the experience through reflections in each activity. • Maximize the power of local and global sharing of ideas.
  4. 4. Structure, Resources & Answers or… Where do I go? • Structure of the Day • Review Agenda • Locations • Descriptions/Grid • Wikispaces address: • Be sure to sign-in on Full Workshop registration plus individual session attendance forms in rooms. • Backchannel - Questions/Observations • Todays Meet: • If any of the pages load too slowly – let us know immediately and we’ll try to correct it. • Reflection & Final Group Presentation in google presentation – take a look at a previous presentation so your group knows the expectation.
  5. 5. The New Digital Divide : Information Fluency • Those who know how "think" about search vs. those who don't • Those who know how to validate information vs. those who don't • Those who know where to find information – use PLNs and be in control of their own learning – and those who don’t • Those who know how to get information to travel to them vs. those who still chase it. • Those who have the knowledge to create and re-mix digital media and those who don't .
  6. 6. Most Frequent Words in CCSS
  7. 7. SBAC Readiness Reflections ELA
  8. 8. SBAC Readiness Reflections Mathematics • Prove incorrect scenario • Fractions, decimals • Reading comprehension for directions • Online tools: graphing, calculators (very different – need practice)
  9. 9. SBAC Readiness Reflections Technology Skills
  10. 10. SAMR Model of Technology Integration
  11. 11. Focus…Learn one Tool, Use it throughout your curriculum …Remember, it’s just a tool…
  12. 12. Another acronym This is called FLN Flipped Learning Network Not another acronym…. Have Fun!!