Ed 203 orientation spring 2014

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  • Quote from Sanne Bloemartshttp://www.coetail.com/educationjourney/2012/11/11/technology-is-a-given-not-a-debateImage from John Biehlerwww.flickr.com/photos/retrocactus/7179067109Slide created by Dr. Scott McLeodhttp://www.dangerouslyirrelevant.org/copyrightCreative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 Unported copyright license
  • Ed 203 orientation spring 2014

    1. 1. Welcome to ED 203 Educational Technologies Please do the following as you arrive: 1. Sign in by placing your initials next to your name on one of the class section sheets. 2. Take one of the “playing cards” that are face down on the table and go to the table that has a sign that matches your card. 3. Begin filling out the Gmail address document that is at your table. 4. Get to know others at your table and in this class.
    2. 2. ED 203 Educational Technologies Orientation – January 28, 2014 AL 114 The Terrace Room Sections: ED 203 0 (30428-201430) ED 203 2 (30429-201430) ED 203 3 (30430-201430)
    3. 3. First, Let’s Connect with God’s Word 8 For it is by grace you have been saved, through faith—and this is not from yourselves, it is the gift of God— 9 not by works, so that no one can boast. 10 For we are God’s handiwork, created in Christ Jesus to do good works, which God prepared in advance for us to do. Ephesians 2:8-10
    4. 4. Please Pray With Me … Lord God Heavenly Father We thank you for this day and we thank you for sharing Your Son, Our Savior, with each one of us. Help us to stay anchored in Him and bring You glory as we serve others who become part of our lives.
    5. 5. Bless the learning we experience in this class and help us to use it as we continue to prepare to become professional teachers. Grant us Lord, through our involvement in this course, to grow in our understanding that technology is a gift from You, and used correctly, can bring blessings to us and to those we serve. In Jesus Name we Pray Amen
    6. 6. ED 203 – What type of class is this? • It is an online class … • We meet face-to-face for orientation • We then do our activities and discussions online using Angel as our management system • We do not meet at any particular time, yet we “will be connected.”
    7. 7. • This class’s main purpose is not to teach about programs or technology tools … • It is about using technology as an educational tool to enhance and extend our classroom curriculum to support student learning. • It is about developing a relationship with each other and learning from each other.
    8. 8. • It’s about becoming a facilitator of Learning • Perhaps, it could be about becoming a Teacher Leader (Teacherpreneur – Barnett Berry – Teaching 2030) • It is about having an experience with online learning … • Why?
    9. 9. Technology is a given www.flickr.com/photos/retrocactus/7179067109 www.coetail.com/educationjourney/2012/11/11/technology-is-a-given-not-a-debate
    10. 10. Wayne Gretzky • “I skate to where the puck is going to be, not where it has been.”
    11. 11. Our Textbook is the Internet
    12. 12. Typical Fears About Online Classes • Communicating online • Silence • Technology – how competent do I need to be with technology? • Managing my online class • Looking foolish and incompetent
    13. 13. Which ―Fear‖ Best Describes You? 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Communicating Online Silence Technology Competency Managing time for your online class Looking foolish and incompetent None of the above
    14. 14. I have taken online classes before 1. Yes 2. No
    15. 15. I have used the Discussion Board on Angel 1. Yes 2. No
    16. 16. Should all teachers use technology as an educational tool to prepare their students for living in today’s and tomorrow’s world? 1. Yes 2. No
    17. 17. How Competent do you feel with using technology? 1. 2. 3. 4. 0-3 4-6 7-8 9-10
    18. 18. Technology does not engage students; great lessons engage students. 1. I Agree 2. I Disagree
    19. 19. Educational Technologies ED 203 0 30428
    20. 20. Getting Started
    21. 21. Right Side of Class Home Page
    22. 22. Lessons Tab
    23. 23. Unit Tab
    24. 24. Week 1 – Print and Save These
    25. 25. Activity 1.1 Building Your Vision
    26. 26. Activity Drop Box and Attachments Reflection remarks regarding the activity ….
    27. 27. Hello Nathan I pray that you and your classmates will have a many great learning experiences in this course. I encourage you to do your best and to contact me with any questions or concerns you have during the course. In His and Your Service, Professor Wegner
    28. 28. Unit Two Self-Assessment (Reflection)
    29. 29. SAMR Model
    30. 30. Online Collaborative Teams – Activity Three • When you came in you should have picked up a card. Those with cards with an ―artistic‖ star on them are the team leaders/captains. • Make sure you are with your team • Fill out the Gmail address document and have someone from your group volunteer to get it to everyone on the team ASAP and send me a copy. • Note: This is a two-week activity, but do get started on it right away. • Things we learned from the first try. • Google Drive (Docs)
    31. 31. Google Drive (Docs) • Under the Required Readings heading in Unit Three there are two YouTube video site addresses you can use to familiarize yourself with Google Drive (Docs). • During week two, or sooner, I will use the team information forms I received to create the Google Document and invite the other team members – including me.
    32. 32. Google Drive (Docs) • https://drive.google.com/?pli=1&authuser=0 #my-drive
    33. 33. Unit Four • Making a podcast using Audacity or some other audio recording program to share some thoughts on ―How is the class going for you?‖ • Introducing you to what the class project will be and asking you to share one or two intriguing titles with me. • Digital Citizenship information for Unit Five
    34. 34. Unit Five - Blog Do some Research on/about blogs Read a few Build a blog using Blogspot, WordPress, Blogger (Google), …. Post a blog or two on your blog site
    35. 35. Units 6/7 – Reflective Digital Story • Week One – Research, Do Script, Choose Title, Identify Program you will use • Week Two – Identify/Choose the pictures and/or short video to include in your video, practice doing a voice over of your script, and find the right background music for your video • Week Three – Do your video and get it to me. (Post it on Angel, send via email, YouTube)
    36. 36. Unit 8 - Reflection on Class Project • Use the provided template posted on Unit 8 to complete a ―reflection‖ on the class project. • Do the CUW CoursEval for ED 203
    37. 37. Ever wonder what would happen if we treated our Bible like we treat our cell phone, iPod, or iPad?
    38. 38. NCREL / Metiri Group enGuage 21st Century Skills What do our students really need in order to thrive in st century the 21 world? 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. basic, scientific and technological literacies visual and information literacy multicultural literacy and global awareness adaptability, managing complexity and selfdirection curiosity, creativity, and risk-taking higher order thinking and sound reasoning teaming and collaboration personal and social responsibility interactive communication prioritizing, planning, and managing for results effective use of real-world tools high quality results with real-world application http://www.metiri.com/features.html
    39. 39. Contact Information • • • • • fwegner@charter.net Frank.wegner@cuw.edu Email within the class 715-304-8633 Cell I am here to help you be successful with this class.
    40. 40. • I look forward to working with you as we take this adventure together! • Questions/Concerns
    41. 41. Vision – Who Am I? • I am Professor Frank Wegner and I teach two graduate online classes and one undergraduate online class for Concordia University Wisconsin. These classes are designed to help participants learn how to correctly use technology as an educational tool in their classrooms and schools to support student learning.
    42. 42. Vision – Where Am I Going? • I will facilitate learning in these virtual classrooms by engaging participants in learning activities and learning experiences that helps prepare them for a life of service to others as professional educators who use a student centered approach in their classrooms to provide students with what they need to thrive in the 21st century world.
    43. 43. Vision – What Will Guide Your Journey? • I will do my best to use the following core values to guide our journey: – Be Christ Centered – Live as Christ’s Disciple in a Digital World – Have Integrity – Be Hardworking – Be Trustworthy – Be Self-disciplined – Be Knowledgeable – Be Caring and Loving in my Approach to Others
    44. 44. We will Connect and become a Professional Leaning Community 

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