Building an Effective 1 to-1 Learning Community

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Finding ways to use computers to do what computers can't do. Pushing students to be creative through their assignments by providing them with an audience, giving them the opportunity to participate with the outside world, and allowing them to build a community.

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Building an Effective 1 to-1 Learning Community

  1. 1. Building an Effective 1:1 Learning Community Tom Daccord
  2. 2. EdTechTeacher
  3. 3. Use computers to do what computers can’t do.
  4. 4. If ... Then?
  5. 5. Say, what?!
  6. 6. Day in the Life of a Hobo
  7. 7. Math Mov!es
  8. 8. “Excuse me, Mr. President. . . .”
  9. 9. Do your 1:1 assignments push students to be creative?– Or does the homework ask students to do rules-based tasks that computers can be programmed to do?
  10. 10. Provide them with an audience
  11. 11. Extreme Biology
  12. 12. Math Train
  13. 13. Student News Action Network
  14. 14. Do your 1:1 students participate with the outside world?
  15. 15. Make it a community of interdependence
  16. 16. Daccord U.S. History
  17. 17. Henry IV
  18. 18. The Great Debate of 2008
  19. 19. Does your 1:1 program build community?
  20. 20. Nuts, Bolts, Ideas• laptop system• tabs• chat• polls & surveys• handhelds• buddies
  21. 21. Great Debate of 2008 http://greatdebate2008.wikispaces.com/ Student News Action Network http://www.studentnewsaction.net/ George Washingtonhttp://21stcenturytoolsncss.wikispaces.com/examples A Day in the Life of a Hobo http://edtechteacher.org/hobopodcast.html Extreme Biology http://missbakersbiologyclass.com/blog/ Mathtrain.tv Math Mov!es http://library.thinkquest.org/07aug/01801/ Henry IV wiki http://reidenglish.wikispaces.com
  22. 22. Tom Daccord & Justin ReichCo-Directors of EdTechTeacher, Inc. tom@edtechteacher.org Best Ideas for Teaching with Technology (M.E. Sharpe Press) Twitter @thomasdaccord

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