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Website:http://thehood.faulkner-online.com              Twitter     #digicenters, #digicentres
Food for Thought…
What does a 21st C learning      environment like this look like?•   Organized chaos•   Buzz with activity•   Engaging•   ...
Smart Board   Tablet / mp3              Low Tech
Physical LabComputers
Play Clay Cells
Oh My…  How on Earth do I  plan forthis?!?!?!?!?
Learning GoalWe will investigate the structures andfunctions of cells, and the environmentalfactors that influence cellula...
Computer:     Animal Mitosis Microscope LabSuccess Criteria for Full Lesson• We will understand and describe the stages of...
Smart Board:      Cell Organelles and their JobsSuccess Criteria of Full Lesson• We will understand each of the organelles...
Tablets: CancerSuccess Criteria for Full Lesson• We will develop an overview of the historic  development of our understan...
Lab: Microscopes and SlidesSuccess Criteria for Full Lesson• We will understand how magnification  works, microscope terms...
Low Tech: Play Clay CellsSuccess Criteria for Full Lesson• We will develop an understanding of ‘size’ of  organelles in re...
Student Voice
Parent VoiceStudent Voice Video   Parent Voice Video
STAO 2011 - Presentation
STAO 2011 - Presentation
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STAO 2011 - Presentation

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Digital-Age Teaching and Learning — Differentiated Instruction/Universal Design for Learning

Create a technology-enriched environment which differentiates instruction with an infusion of 21st century tools, and with Universal Design for Learning, allowing the teacher to move beyond the 'Sage on the Stage' to the 'Guide on the Side'.

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STAO 2011 - Presentation

  1. 1. Website:http://thehood.faulkner-online.com Twitter #digicenters, #digicentres
  2. 2. Food for Thought…
  3. 3. What does a 21st C learning environment like this look like?• Organized chaos• Buzz with activity• Engaging• At first – spinning and ungrounded• Later – expected• Everyday life
  4. 4. Smart Board Tablet / mp3 Low Tech
  5. 5. Physical LabComputers
  6. 6. Play Clay Cells
  7. 7. Oh My… How on Earth do I plan forthis?!?!?!?!?
  8. 8. Learning GoalWe will investigate the structures andfunctions of cells, and the environmentalfactors that influence cellular activity usinglight microscopes (physical and virtual) andslide staining procedures.
  9. 9. Computer: Animal Mitosis Microscope LabSuccess Criteria for Full Lesson• We will understand and describe the stages of mitosis.• We will develop a working understanding of microscopes and the names of their components.• We will identify these stages in ‘real life’ with the Whitefish Blastula.• We will be able to create “biological drawings” of “Field of View”.
  10. 10. Smart Board: Cell Organelles and their JobsSuccess Criteria of Full Lesson• We will understand each of the organelles’ jobs within the cell.• We will be able to recognize how the organelle’s job will affect the cell if it is removed.• We will be able to identify the organelles by appearance.• We will be able to label a plant and animal cell.
  11. 11. Tablets: CancerSuccess Criteria for Full Lesson• We will develop an overview of the historic development of our understanding of carcinogens (cancer causing agents).• We will understand the cell cycle and cell division timing.• We will develop an understanding of mutations required within the cell that causes cancer development• We will reflect about growth in our understanding of cancer. We will determine what we might change in our lives to limit the potential of having cancer.
  12. 12. Lab: Microscopes and SlidesSuccess Criteria for Full Lesson• We will understand how magnification works, microscope terms, and how to do slide preparation.• We will learn how to make “biological drawings” and the skills required.• We will integrate the ‘real life’ with textbook figures.• We will evaluate staining methods.• We will cement differences between plant and animal cells.
  13. 13. Low Tech: Play Clay CellsSuccess Criteria for Full Lesson• We will develop an understanding of ‘size’ of organelles in relation to cell size.• We will review the differences between plant and animals cells.
  14. 14. Student Voice
  15. 15. Parent VoiceStudent Voice Video Parent Voice Video

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