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In this presentation, you will be presented with ideas to transfer your 'centers' into technology rich learning spaces.

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  1. 1. LEARNING SPACE EDITION
  2. 2. LEARNING SPACE EDITION http://todaysmeet.com/makeover
  3. 3. So today we are honoring a group of people that will be impacting our country. Thisdeserving group of people will be our future. I’d like to introduce you to your students. Let’s take a look at these videos to see why we are here.
  4. 4. So what do these learning centers look like?
  5. 5. So what do these learning centers look like? file folders, pocket charts, block centers
  6. 6. What are the effects of these type of ‘centers’ when used alone.
  7. 7. What are the effects of these type of ‘centers’ when used alone. * Lack of motivation * * Lack of interest * *Lack of student engagement * *Lack of a clear measure of achievement *
  8. 8. They areLACKING!
  9. 9. LEARNING SPACES
  10. 10. LEARNING SPACES A Learning Space is an imaginarygeography where learning flourishes.
  11. 11. So what do these learning spaces look like?
  12. 12. iPods
  13. 13. iPods* Listening to reading (ESL students / Auditory discrimination)
  14. 14. iPods* Listening to reading (ESL students / Auditory discrimination) * Fluency Work
  15. 15. iPods* Listening to reading (ESL students / Auditory discrimination) * Fluency Work
  16. 16. iPods* Listening to reading (ESL students / Auditory discrimination) * Fluency Work * Flash Cards
  17. 17. iPods* Listening to reading (ESL students / Auditory discrimination) * Fluency Work * Flash Cards* Collaborative Work (bump app)
  18. 18. iPods * Listening to reading (ESL students / Auditory discrimination) * Fluency Work * Flash Cards * Collaborative Work (bump app)* Concept Reinforcement (using apps)
  19. 19. Extra! Extra!Why spend thousands on a classroom response system when you candownload an app that will allow your iPod Touches to do the same thing.
  20. 20. iPads
  21. 21. iPads* eBooks
  22. 22. iPads * eBooks* Fluency Work
  23. 23. iPads * eBooks * Fluency Work* Letter Formation
  24. 24. iPads * eBooks * Fluency Work* Letter Formation
  25. 25. iPads * eBooks * Fluency Work * Letter Formation* Concept Reinforcement
  26. 26. iPads * eBooks * Fluency Work * Letter Formation* Concept Reinforcement * Blogging
  27. 27. Mimios (Interactive Whiteboards)* Allows you to target specific skills in an interactive way
  28. 28. Mimios (Interactive Whiteboards) * Allows you to target specific skills in an interactive way BENEFITS:Students are motivated and interested. It allows child to work cooperatively to complete a task.
  29. 29. Computers
  30. 30. Computers * Twitter
  31. 31. Computers * Twitter* Delicious pages (Organizing safe sites)
  32. 32. Computers * Twitter* Delicious pages (Organizing safe sites) * Moodle
  33. 33. Computers * Twitter* Delicious pages (Organizing safe sites) * Moodle * Classroom Website or Blog
  34. 34. Flip Cameras
  35. 35. Flip Cameras* Create a trailer for a book
  36. 36. Flip Cameras * Create a trailer for a book* Create documentaries from science/social studies topics discussed in class
  37. 37. Flip Cameras * Create a trailer for a book* Create documentaries from science/social studies topics discussed in class *Demonstrate how to solve math problems
  38. 38. Flip Cameras * Create a trailer for a book* Create documentaries from science/social studies topics discussed in class *Demonstrate how to solve math problems * Response to Reading
  39. 39. Flip Cameras * Create a trailer for a book* Create documentaries from science/social studies topics discussed in class *Demonstrate how to solve math problems * Response to Reading * Reader’s Theater
  40. 40. FLIP CAMERA - Teacher Uses
  41. 41. FLIP CAMERA - Teacher Uses * Documentation (ESL, RTI, or SPED)
  42. 42. FLIP CAMERA - Teacher Uses * Documentation (ESL, RTI, or SPED) * Demonstrate progress
  43. 43. FLIP CAMERA - Teacher Uses * Documentation (ESL, RTI, or SPED) * Demonstrate progress * Assess fluency
  44. 44. FLIP CAMERA - Teacher Uses * Documentation (ESL, RTI, or SPED) * Demonstrate progress * Assess fluency* Create how-to videos for parents to post to website or blogs
  45. 45. Building the Foundation
  46. 46. Building the Foundation *Start slowly
  47. 47. Building the Foundation *Start slowly * Model your expectations
  48. 48. Building the Foundation *Start slowly * Model your expectations* Take your time in the beginning in order to save yourself time in the end.
  49. 49. Building the Foundation *Start slowly * Model your expectations* Take your time in the beginning in order to save yourself time in the end. * Add in rotations as your students are ready.
  50. 50. How do you monitor the students?
  51. 51. How do you monitor the students?* iPods/iPads - create folders / disable internet
  52. 52. How do you monitor the students?* iPods/iPads - create folders / disable internet * Computers - LanSchool
  53. 53. My district has no money....How can I implement this?
  54. 54. My district has no money....How can I implement this? * Limeades for Learning * Grants * Digital Wishes or Donor’s Choose * Ebay * Think outside the box!! - WiiMote
  55. 55. Should I wait until next year?
  56. 56. Should I wait until next year? * Make a plan
  57. 57. Should I wait until next year? * Make a plan* Go ahead a register with a site such as Digital Wish
  58. 58. Should I wait until next year? * Make a plan* Go ahead a register with a site such as Digital Wish* Incorporate what you have into your learning spaces
  59. 59. Jennifer Saccoccio LEARNING SPACE EDITION saccoccioj@woisd.net
  60. 60. Jennifer Saccoccio LEARNING SPACE EDITION saccoccioj@woisd.net
  61. 61. Jennifer Saccoccio LEARNING SPACE EDITION saccoccioj@woisd.net
  62. 62. Really Electric Lime 10611
  63. 63. Ruling Radiant Orchid 11004
  64. 64. Deepest Tangerine Grove 10251
  65. 65. Lovely Silken Ribbon 10015
  66. 66. Lasting Spring Beauty 10825

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