Welcome Week 2- C4 Model of Learning

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Introductory session for the C4 Model of Learning given Monday, August 9, 2010.

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  • Welcome Week 2- C4 Model of Learning

    1. 1. Welcome to the C4 Model of Learning and Summer Academy http://www.wfbusinessassure.com/uploads/media/pages/nuts_and_bolts.jpg
    2. 2. C4 Model of Learning Protocols • Be in the moment. • Take care of yourself. • Avoid sidebar conversations. • Use your professional judgement as to how you should implement into your classroom. • We will focus on the genius of ‘and’, rather than the tyranny of ‘or’.
    3. 3. #279ISTE
    4. 4. Lessons from Week 1
    5. 5. Week 1 Schedule Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday 8:45 AM Registration 9:00 AM 9:15 AM Osseo Osseo Osseo Apps creative RWG SMART Osseo Apps RWG 9:30 AM grou.ps Apps Apps aviary photoshop UDL (Now commons (Reading) Notebook (Adv.) (Writing) (Intro) (Adv.) What/ 9:45 AM Next Step) 10:00 AM 10:15 AM Introduction Break Break Break Break 10:30 AM 10:45 AM Osseo Osseo Osseo Apps creative RWG SMART Osseo Apps RWG 11:00 AM grou.ps Apps Apps aviary photoshop UDL (Now commons (Reading) Notebook (Adv.) (Writing) (Intro) (Adv.) What/ 11:15 AM Next Step) 11:30 AM 11:45 AM Innovation Café Innovation Café Innovation Café Innovation Café 12:00 PM 12:15 PM Lunch Lunch Lunch Lunch 12:30 PM 12:45 PM 1:00 PM Innovation Café Innovation Café Innovation Café Innovation Café 1:15 PM 1:30 PM ELM Google Google Word creative flip finding CC 1:45 PM Diigo grou.ps UDL Kidspration Inspiration xxxxx Databases Search Sites Press MU commons cameras content 2:00 PM 2:15 PM 2:30 PM Break Break Break Break 2:45 PM 3:00 PM ELM Google Google Word creative flip finding CC 3:15 PM Diigo grou.ps UDL Kidspration Inspiration Databases Search Sites Press MU commons cameras content 3:30 PM 3:45 PM
    6. 6. Revise the Schedule Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday 8:45 AM Registration Morning Meet and Greet Morning Meet and Greet Morning Meet and Greet Morning Meet and Greet 9:00 AM 9:15 AM Tim Wilson Speaks Osseo Apps Osseo RWG 9:30 AM (Next Apps Google photoshop (Writing) Step/Now (Adv.) 9:45 AM Grou.ps Intro or or UDL What?) Advanced aviary 10:00 AM Nitty Gritty 10:15 AM Break 10:30 AM Break Break Flip Cameras Break Break 10:45 AM Osseo Apps Osseo RWG 11:00 AM (Next Apps Creative Commons and Fair Use Google photoshop RWG (Reading) (Writing) Step/Now (Adv.) 11:15 AM Grou.ps Intro or or or What?) Advanced self-exploration SMART Notebook 11:30 AM 11:45 AM Sign up for different services Final Meet and Greet 12:00 PM 12:15 PM Lunch Lunch Lunch Lunch 12:30 PM 12:45 PM 1:00 PM Smackdown: Google Sites 1:15 PM Google vs. Wordpress Find CC Search* RWG (Reading) Content 1:30 PM or or or ELM SMART Notebook 1:45 PM self-exploration Databases 2:00 PM Current 2:15 PM Break Flip Cameras Break Break Research Google Sites or 2:30 PM Wordpress MU* 2:45 PM Google Search Find CC Kidspiration or Content 3:00 PM or ELM or Inspiration 3:15 PM Databases aviary 3:30 PM 3:45 PM Afternoon Meet and Greet Afternoon Meet and Greet Afternoon Meet and Greet Afternoon Meet and Greet
    7. 7. Why? • Indications stated that everyone should take UDL, Creative Commons, grou.ps • Either Google Sites or Wordpress and Kidspiration or Inspiration, not both. • More time for Flip Cameras • Time for self-research and/or reflection.
    8. 8. Saving Time in Sessions • Make sure everyone is signed up for services prior to attendance. • Have an afternoon wrap up. • Start promptly at 8:45 AM and at 1:00 PM after lunch.
    9. 9. What is in your folder?
    10. 10. Folder Contents • Notebook for note taking. • Google Moderator information. • Maps of the School • Schedule • Local Eateries
    11. 11. Specific Locations Forum/Meet and Greets Media Center Corner Pentagon Media Center Pit Innovation Café Women’s Restroom Men’s Restroom
    12. 12. About the Innovation Café • Enjoy lunch on campus. • Members of the I2T2 department will be eating there as well. • Able to talk and share ideas with others.
    13. 13. What do you mean by ‘Alternate Days’? • In the event that school construction requires use of the library, alternate locations will be used. • Information will be posted around the school if this occurs.
    14. 14. Google Moderator
    15. 15. Excuse Me... I have a question. • Google Moderator is set up for all attendees to use throughout the year. • You may ask a question, post a response, or vote up/down a question. • Requires you have a ‘personal’ gmail account.
    16. 16. Main Page
    17. 17. Viewing and Submitting Questions
    18. 18. Hamline University
    19. 19. Hamline University • Opportunity to gain 5 graduate credits, that can be transferred to other universities. • $123 per credit. • Summer Academy Requirements: • 1 page overall summary at end of week. • Individual summaries for each session, information is in Moodle.
    20. 20. Moodle
    21. 21. Moodle • http://moodle.district279.org/ • Location for copies of the presentations, handouts and other resources. • Enrollment keys are the day of the week (i.e. Monday is Monday)
    22. 22. C4 Social Network
    23. 23. http://grou.ps/c4model2010 • Everyone has received an invitation, will have participants from both weeks. • Place to collect and share thoughts with other members in the C4 Model of Learning.
    24. 24. Welcome Page
    25. 25. Forum
    26. 26. Events
    27. 27. Groups
    28. 28. Navigation this Week
    29. 29. Theme: Current Research Focus: Different ways to collect content and do research in a web 2.0 world.
    30. 30. Theme: Global Communications Focus: Tools to use in order to communicate on a global platform.
    31. 31. Theme: Collaborative Knowledge Construction Focus: Aid you in securing resources that are part of the creative commons, better yet, how not to break the law.
    32. 32. Theme: Student Diversity and Assistive Tools Focus: Tools to help you promote differentiation in your classroom.
    33. 33. Theme: Student Reflection Focus: Ways to promote writing in the classroom.

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