Integration EdTechSA 2013


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A seminar on the principles of Integrating Technology in education. This covers the SAMR and TPACK models of integration as well as practical examples.

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  • Learning is learning. Goog teaching is good teaching. Tech will just help facilitate this. Technologies that bring us together are the best ------ learning is a social function
  • Justify the use of technology is that you HAVE to according to ACARA
  • This is in the draft curriculum documents. Technology is actually two subjects – similar to the Arts which then has visual art music drama. Both subjects have two strands
  • SAMRSubstitution – Students read Call of the Wild using an e-readerAugmentation – Students read using iBooks app, using the inbuilt dictionary, highlighting passages and taking notes. Modification– Use google docs to make chapter summaries, then scripts for a podcast using Garage BandRedefinition – Skype interview with a Jack London scholar, use of Google Maps to map out Buck’s journey, tweet from Buck’s perspective.
  • A word processor replaces a pencil and paper. Use pen as technology analogy. A computer should not be a $1000 pencil.
  • Augmentation is doing the same thing but in a different way.
  • Modification is where the task itself is different. The editing is no longer done between peers and the teacher, but outside parties that would never have been involved can now be part of the writing and learning process.
  • Redefinition is when a task is completely changed into something that is just not possible without a computer. Here, students are able to use technology to communicate their learning with an authenticity that diminishes when extra load is imposed such as the mechanics of writing. Ed Psychs will know about Cognitive load and the writing represents germane load that interferes with the retention of ideas.
  • This is more to show how SAMR has evolved... Technology + Pedagogy + ContentGoal is to make learning activities as rich as possible.
  • Sometimes the only justification for doing things is because they are just fun and cool to do.
  • Showing this to my kids could be justified by lots of outcomes at a stretch. My reason for it is because its really awesome.
  • Use SAMR to look for opportunities to integrateDon’t do things just for the sake of it – it will end up being procedural and there won’t be deep learning.
  • Actively engage in the learning with your students. They will respect you as a member of their learning team along with their peers and parents. Meddler in the middle rather than the sage on the stage.
  • Keep in Contact- About Work
  • Henny Goes in Detail
  • Think Pair Share
  • Integration EdTechSA 2013

    1. 1. Integration in the classroom Paul Huebl
    2. 2. Overview • Why integrate? • How to integrate? • How I integrate.
    3. 3. The King and I • Name and position • What pop culture reference (or whatever) is on your mind?
    5. 5. Firstly….
    6. 6. ACARA • The ICT Capability
    7. 7. Technologies Learning Area • Two subjects – Design and Technologies – Digital Technologies • Knowledge and understanding • Processes and production skills
    8. 8. AITSL
    9. 9. What are we dealing with?
    11. 11. Kit Kat time
    12. 12. SAMR Enhancement Transformation
    13. 13. Substitution Examples • Use a word processor to type a story • Use an e-reader to read a book • Use a dictionary computer program
    14. 14. Augmentation Examples • Voice recognition dictation used to write • Audiobooks • Using formatting tools to present typed up writing in an attractive way.
    15. 15. Modification Examples • Writing is composed on a Word Processor and then published on a blog, with comments from readers used to aid the crafting process. • Use Google Docs to jointly construct a weather report with students from a remote area.
    16. 16. Redefinition Examples • Students present their responses to a novel through a video journal, filmed with a webcam. This allows spontaneous and more authentic thinking to be communicated, without the barrier of formal writing. • Use Google Earth to showcase research about one of the Wonders of the World. Pictures and widgets providing annotated information about the location are created by the student.
    17. 17. TP(A)CK
    18. 18. TP(A)CK
    19. 19. Kit Kat time
    20. 20. Kit Kat time
    21. 21. HOW I INTEGRATE 6HU
    22. 22. 6HU • Part of my planning • Improvisation • Experimentation
    23. 23. 6HU • Get involved
    24. 24. By Thomas Panayiaris St Andrews School Use of I.T in the Classroom
    25. 25. Uses of I.T in the Classroom • Sharing our Work • Accessing Our Work • Putting it into practice – Genius Hour
    26. 26. Sharing Our Work Through the Internet
    27. 27. Personal Blog • 100WC • Comments/Commenting • Various Subject Work: • Maths • Humanities • Language A
    28. 28. Class Blog • Post Regularly • Students Designed
    29. 29. Accessing Our Work Anywhere
    30. 30. Edmodo • Accessible by teachers and peers (in group) • Able to comment • Original Social Website • Keep in Contact – Teachers – Students – Co-Curricular
    31. 31. Knowledge Net • Learning Journals: – Able to share with peers – Teachers keep track of our work • Filing Cabinet – Add files – Accessible anywhere
    32. 32. Google Docs and Folders • Document Online • Used for Skellig Task: – Examples of Change (Year Level) – Final Copy (Personal) • Only Accessible via. Link • Parents able to access folders
    33. 33. Genius Hour • Chosen to use Computers/iPads – Card Games – Video Games – Digital Art – Animations (etc.) • Marvin the Maths Cat
    34. 34. Marvin the Maths Cat
    35. 35. Personal Thoughts
    36. 36. Sharing
    37. 37. Summary Points Use technology to enhance. Let it compliment your teaching Don’t over think it.
    38. 38. Contact Me • @paulhuebl •