Welcomehttp://www.voki.com/pickup.php?scid=6395604&height=267&width=200
What is evidence-based          instruction?The integration of professional wisdom withthe best available empirical eviden...
Effective TeachingPrinciple                             Web based Strategy/ToolActive engagementBuild-in successOpportunit...
Guiding Principles for Learning Design   for Web based Instructional StrategiesNeed to integrate Experiential learning   ...
Guiding Principles for Learning forWeb based Instructional Strategies Combine      these key elements    Variety    Act...
(Hutchings, et al, 2007)
(Hutchings, et al, 2007)
Strategies for Teaching Tool             UseEffective instructional sequencing includes  Explaining with problem definiti...
Evidence-Based Instructional StrategiesInstructional Strategy                           Web based Strategy/ToolIdentifying...
Goal of Interventions       Instructional                   Compensatory                                 Compensate or “ma...
(TEA, 2012)
"Assitive Technology Notebook" (2008 copyright Behnke, Region 4 ESC)
SETTStudentEnvironmentTaskTool
Following are 10Web based instructional strategies
10. Project Share   Beyond the traditional classroom   Online environment   Educational resources   Collection of 21st...
Project ShareTeachers can                 Tools Set up groups (with         Epsilen e-mail  teachers, with students,   ...
9. Web 2.0   Online creating, collaborating, editing, and sharing   Presentation     Prezi     Slide Share   Video   ...
8. Voice Threads   Communicate   Collaborate   Provide a learning environment   Group conversations   Web 2.0 tool  ...
7. Avatars   Graphical representation   Web based interaction   Links for resources to create     Voki     Cool Tools...
6. Interactive White Boardshttp://www.voki.com/pickup.php?scid=6395596&height=267&width=200
Interventions Using the White Board   Teach and reinforce behavior    management strategies     Social Stories     Digi...
5. Wikispaces Website that allows users to add, modify,  delete Free to educators Build communities     http://www.wik...
4. Google Site   Free and easy way to create and share    webpages     http://www.google.com/
3. Screen Readers   Free Screen Readers       http://www.naturalreaders.com/       http://www.readthewords.com/       ...
2. Technology Links for Reading   Technology Supports for Struggling    Readers     Technology links for writing interve...
1. Technology Links for Writing Technology Supports for Struggling  Writers http://www.texasat.net/default.aspx?nam  e=t...
Region 4 Universal Design for          Learning (UDL)   Wikispace   Assistive Technology Framework   Web 2.0   AIM   ...
TCASE Web based Instructional Strategies
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  • TCASE Web based Instructional Strategies
  • Instructional interventions help a student increase the skills that he or she ‘owns’. This can be done through any number ofsound instructional practices. For example, if a student was having difficulty in spelling, providing extra spelling practicecould be an intervention that would help the student increase his or her own skills in spelling the words that he or she ispracticing.Compensatory interventions, on the other hand, have a different goal. Compensatory interventions compensate, or make upfor skills not currently possessed, allowing a student to complete a tasks at an expected performance level. If theintervention is taken away, the student would demonstrate diminished performance and would not be able to complete thetask at that expected performance level. However, provided the compensatory intervention again, the student’s performanceon the task would increase.The classic example of a compensatory intervention is a pair of glasses. Without glasses, a person’s eyes may not have theability to bring things into focus. As soon as the person puts on his or her glasses, the glasses compensate for the eye’sinability to focus and allow the person to see clearly. Removing the glasses results in diminished performance in the area offocusing.Unlike instructional interventions, compensatory interventions do not increase the skill base of the student. They merelycompensate for the skills not currently possessed by the student and allow the student to complete the task.Note: This information comes directly from presentations created by Brian Wojcik and Nora Bardi (2005) who retain the rightsand permissions for this work. The initial question of remediation vs. compensation was presented by Dave Edyburn and canbe located at http://www.connsensebulletin.com/edyburnv4n3.html.
  • Been used since 1980 (Spinrad) to 1985 (LucasFilms)
  • TCASE Web based Instructional Strategies

    1. 1. Welcomehttp://www.voki.com/pickup.php?scid=6395604&height=267&width=200
    2. 2. What is evidence-based instruction?The integration of professional wisdom withthe best available empirical evidence inmaking decisions about how to deliverinstruction Program, methodology, and/or practice Records of success – reliable and valid evidence indicates the instruction works  Ultimately the practitioner is responsible for determining whether or not the specific instruction or intervention WORKS (Mather & Wendling, 2009; Whitehurst, 2002)
    3. 3. Effective TeachingPrinciple Web based Strategy/ToolActive engagementBuild-in successOpportunity to learnDirect instructionExplicit instructionScaffold instructionOrganizing and activating knowledgeAddress forms of knowledgeTeach strategicallyTeach sameness Wendling & Mather, 2009
    4. 4. Guiding Principles for Learning Design for Web based Instructional StrategiesNeed to integrate Experiential learning  Experience, Reflect , Theorize, Experiment (Kolb, 1984)  Specify the role of the teacher and/or strategies within the process Conversational framework  Identify a more teaching focused approach to the learning process  Specifying teaching strategies to engage the learner  Emphasize dialogue and adaptation with actions generated through interaction, feedback, reflection (Laurillard, 2002).
    5. 5. Guiding Principles for Learning forWeb based Instructional Strategies Combine these key elements  Variety  Action  Application  Interaction  Feedback  Scaffolding  Evaluation (Hutchings, et al, 2007)
    6. 6. (Hutchings, et al, 2007)
    7. 7. (Hutchings, et al, 2007)
    8. 8. Strategies for Teaching Tool UseEffective instructional sequencing includes  Explaining with problem definition  Modeling with interactive teaching  Guiding practice with substantive facilitation  Fostering independent use with teacher facilitation and conferencing (TATN, 2012)
    9. 9. Evidence-Based Instructional StrategiesInstructional Strategy Web based Strategy/ToolIdentifying similarities and differencesSummarizing and note takingReinforcing effort and providing recognitionProviding appropriate extension and practiceProducing physical or mental images(nonlinguistic representations)Having students engage in cooperativelearningSetting goals and providing feedbackGenerating and testing hypothesesProviding activities to help students activateprior knowledge Wendling & Mather, 2009
    10. 10. Goal of Interventions Instructional Compensatory Compensate or “make up” forIncrease student’s performance skills not currently possessed,through adding skills to the allowing a student to complete astudent’s own skill base task at an expected performance level Increase performance withoutIncrease the skill base of the necessarily increasing the skillstudent base of the student Are uniquely matched to the student’s characteristics and needs Without the intervention, the student’s ability to perform the task is dimished (Wojcik & Bardi, 2005; TATN, 2012)
    11. 11. (TEA, 2012)
    12. 12. "Assitive Technology Notebook" (2008 copyright Behnke, Region 4 ESC)
    13. 13. SETTStudentEnvironmentTaskTool
    14. 14. Following are 10Web based instructional strategies
    15. 15. 10. Project Share Beyond the traditional classroom Online environment Educational resources Collection of 21st century learning tools  http://projectsharetexas.org/
    16. 16. Project ShareTeachers can Tools Set up groups (with  Epsilen e-mail teachers, with students,  Course building with peers) and courses  Course chats Access and participate  Calendars in professional  Blogs development offered by  Forums the state, district, or  Wikis campus  Post-It messages Join existing teacher groups Take and offer courses Work with eportfolios Interact through e-mail, forums, blogs, course chats, and wikis
    17. 17. 9. Web 2.0 Online creating, collaborating, editing, and sharing Presentation  Prezi  Slide Share Video  Animoto  Gizmoz Mobile  Poll Everywhere Community  Edmoto  Google Docs  Classroom 2.0 Discovery Tools (http://web2012.discoveryeducation.com/web20tools.cfm )
    18. 18. 8. Voice Threads Communicate Collaborate Provide a learning environment Group conversations Web 2.0 tool Integrate and Share (e.g. Word, Excel, Adobe, Power Point)  http://voicethread.com (check out an introductory video)  voicethread4education.wikispaces.com/
    19. 19. 7. Avatars Graphical representation Web based interaction Links for resources to create  Voki  Cool Tools for 21st Century Learners  Links identified by Edina Public Schools
    20. 20. 6. Interactive White Boardshttp://www.voki.com/pickup.php?scid=6395596&height=267&width=200
    21. 21. Interventions Using the White Board Teach and reinforce behavior management strategies  Social Stories  Digital Self-modeling Teach and increase language production skills  Interactive writing  Illustrating
    22. 22. 5. Wikispaces Website that allows users to add, modify, delete Free to educators Build communities  http://www.wikispaces.com
    23. 23. 4. Google Site Free and easy way to create and share webpages  http://www.google.com/
    24. 24. 3. Screen Readers Free Screen Readers  http://www.naturalreaders.com/  http://www.readthewords.com/  http://www.readplease.com/  http://www.yakitome.com/
    25. 25. 2. Technology Links for Reading Technology Supports for Struggling Readers  Technology links for writing interventions  http://www.texasat.net/default.aspx?name=trainm od.reading
    26. 26. 1. Technology Links for Writing Technology Supports for Struggling Writers http://www.texasat.net/default.aspx?nam e=trainmod.writing
    27. 27. Region 4 Universal Design for Learning (UDL) Wikispace Assistive Technology Framework Web 2.0 AIM Wikis Digital Immigrants/Natives Learning Interventions

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