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Title: “How to Handle Classroom Global Diversity in Curriculum Design with a PowerPoint Template.” From theory to PowerPoint instructional design in a STEM lesson

Nov. 20 2014 7pm EST Webinar
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How to handle classroom global diversity in curriculum design with a power point template web download

  1. 1. PRESENTER: RICHARD C. CLOSE CEO CHRYSAL IS CAMPAIGN, INC. T I T LE: “ H O W T O H A N D L E C L A S S R O O M G L O B A L DIVERSI TY IN CURRICULUM DESIGN WI TH A P O W E R P O I N T T E M P L AT E . ” FROM THEORY TO POWERPOINT INSTRUCT IONAL DESIGN IN A STEM LESSON NOV. 2 0 2 0 1 4 7PM EST WEBINAR HT TP: / /WWW.GLOBALEDUCAT IONCONFERENCE.C OM/PROF I LE/RICHARDCLOSE
  2. 2. BY RICHARD C. CLOSE THE CHRYSAL I S Logo CAMPAIGN, INC. HTTP: / /GLOBAL LEARNINGFRAMEWORK.NING.C OM Global Learning Framework©, Personal Learning Framework™ Transformation Learning Framework™ are a Copyright 2009 Richard C. Close No version can be reproduced in any format without written permission from author . “How to Handle Classroom Global Diversity in Curriculum Design with a PowerPoint Template.” From theory to PowerPoint instructional design in a STEM lesson By Richard C. Close
  3. 3. Logo Speaker Richard C Close CEO-Servant Chrysalis Campaign, Inc. • 25+ year Corp Learning markets • Full Sail University Master Instructional Design (enrolled) • Developer of: Global Learning Framework™ Personal Learning Framework™ Transformative Learning Method™ • lK-12 and Poverty Methods • Speaker Author
  4. 4. Logo
  5. 5. WLohgoat Does Diversity Mean to You? Question: Check off what is in your current classrooms?  Different Learning Styles (VARK)  Different personalities (Meyers Briggs)  Different Intelligences  Different cultures  Different religions and sects of religions  Children of alcoholics  Gaming and drug addicted  Sexually abused  Sexual preference  Special needs  Chat it now…. Sexually abused  Domestic violence  Poverty  Divorce  Trauma from home, hood or war violence (PTS)  Teased  Victim of bad school system tracking and teachers  The class clown  Having a mean bad ugly day  Just a bad mood
  6. 6. Logo How can diversity learn together? Copyright Warner Brothers
  7. 7. Taxonomy, The Logo Education of Mr. Spock Norman Webb 2005 https://education.ohio.gov/getattachment/Topics/Teaching/Educator- Evaluation-System/How-to-Design-and-Select-Quality- Assessments/HO4-DOK-Chart.pdf.aspx https://education.ohio.gov/getattachment/Topics/Teaching/Edu cator-Evaluation-System/How-to-Design-and-Select-Quality- Assessments/HO4-DOK-Chart.pdf.aspx
  8. 8. Logo EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING
  9. 9. Logo The Theory? Lindeman, John Dewey, Julie Lindsey 1. It’s all about what type of “Experiences” we create for our students 2. Educators are human, we provide our students “human events” not just data and rule sets. 3. Experiences by their human nature all contain non-tangible values that give the lesson context.
  10. 10. Logo So…… Diversity is handled through working together to solve common challenges Collaboration becomes deep, rich and fun with diversity Unity is diversity when we help one-another
  11. 11. How does the individual fit in with the Logo Global Web & Curriculum?
  12. 12. Logo Who was your best High School teacher? What was that class like? Chat it now….
  13. 13. Logo What’s a Great Learning Experience? Curriculum From Personal Learning Framework™ Copyright Richard C. Close 2013
  14. 14. To be relevant: We must design to replicate reality Logo We need a Global Learning Framework ™ Problem Discover Adopt Collaborate Share Self Contained “Local” Course and Content… Adult Learning Prepare Present Practice Performance Assess Present Test Traditional eLearning me-and-my-bubble From Global Learning Framework™ Copyright Richard C. Close 2013
  15. 15. How the student learns with a global community: Logo “Micro Learning Framework™ I need to know Problem Discover I will choose to own this knowledge Adopt I will publish my discovery Share Explore what else relates to this Collaborate Validate how it fits into the world From Global Learning Framework™ Copyright Richard C. Close 2013
  16. 16. Logo The Framework of transformation. Global Change Personal Change Problem Discover Adopt Collaborate Share From Global Learning Framework™ Copyright Richard C. Close 2013
  17. 17. Logo Problem Solving – Personal Learning Framework™ Problem Discover Adopt Collaborate Share INTAKE CREATE PROCESS INTAKE CREATE PROCESS INTAKE CREATE PROCESS INTAKE CREATE PROCESS Our Personal Learning Framework experience moves within the Global Learning Framework (community). From Global Learning Framework™ Copyright Richard C. Close 2013
  18. 18. Logo PROCESS INTAKE CREATE D Collaboration is… Distributive Problem Solving GROUP Framework INTAKE CREATE PROCESS INTAKE CREATE PROCESS INTAKE CREATE PROCESS Theory is called “Distributive Intelligence” From Personal Learning Framework™ Global Learning Framework™ Copyright Richard C. Close 2013
  19. 19. Logo “Micro Learning Paths™” in PBL Curriculum Problem Discover Adopt Collaborate Share What is my gift to the world? Explore Agreement Learning Styles Quiz Personal Report and Study Guide Group Discussion Published Essays Poems Journaling book Social Networking (Ning) Poetry “Writing to Heal” Study Guide Personal Counseling From Global Learning Framework™ Copyright Richard C. Close 2013
  20. 20. Logo STEM version of OZ or Adventure Based Learning? Copyright Disney
  21. 21. Logo Why PowerPoint & Templates? Present Interact Collaborate Share And it is… Predictable Fast Easy to do
  22. 22. Logo Why PowerPoint & Templates? Present Interact Collaborate Share Present & Discover
  23. 23. Logo Why PowerPoint & Templates? Present Interact Collaborate Share Present & Discover Interact with material
  24. 24. Logo Why PowerPoint & Templates? Present Interact Collaborate Share Present & Discover Interact with material Collaboration
  25. 25. How to bridge theory into a template method Logo Problem Discover Adopt Collaborate Share
  26. 26. Logo Why PowerPoint & Templates? Allows you to: Shift gears Transfer repetitive instruction onto the media Mentor individuals and small groups
  27. 27. Logo Shop Safety Lesson 01 Stop-and-go media works in YouTube off of the teacher’s web site and on the PowerPoint for Smart board http://YouTube/g0P4p4lS7M8?list=UUYqjsxDQdxthh4OsrEdqSUA
  28. 28. Class # 100 Lesson 01 TEACHER NAME TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION DEPT. MY_NAME HIGH SCHOOL, STATE NAME@EMAI L .ORG Logo
  29. 29. Logo On Building Robots 01 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B8sraSoClbI
  30. 30. Logo Make it work 01
  31. 31. Logo Challenge Placing the 7 Segment LED on Bread Board Cathode Cathode Traits Place 7 Seg. LED on bread board Each pin is a LED leed 3 & 8 are grounds 01
  32. 32. Logo Seven Segmented LED 01
  33. 33. Logo Write LED Schematic Cathode 01
  34. 34. Logo Challenge Board Configuration Remember  Be clean  In order  Straight wires  No shorts  Compact 01 Leave P13 Empty
  35. 35. Binary Numbers 1 byte = 8 bits 8 bits:  A binary number that has 8 digits is said to have 8 bits 1 byte  Byte is a variable that contains 8 bits  There are 256 different combinations of zeros and ones that you can use to count from 0 to 255 using bits.  Why a byte variable can store a number between 0 and 255 01
  36. 36. Logo First Command, OUTH DIRH OUTH = %0000000  Gets all the I/O pins (p8 – P15) ready to send the low signals.  If they all send low signals, it will turn all the LEDs in the 7-segment display off. OUTH = %11111111  To send high signal DIRH = %111111111  Sets all i.o pins P8 – P13 to output  On acceptance P8 – P15 all start sending the low signal. Because OUTH = %00000000 was executed before DIRTH  DIRTH = %0000000 can change all I/O pins back to inputs Commands 01
  37. 37. Logo Your Challenge OUTH = %11010110 01 The display is turned so that the three on the display is upside-down because it more clearly shows how the values in OUTH line up with I/O pins. The command OUTH = %11010110 uses binary zeros to set I?O pins P8, P11 and P13 low and it uses binary ones to set p9, P10, P12, P14 and P15 high.
  38. 38. Logo Code: OUTH & DIRTH
  39. 39. Logo Code 7 LED ' {$STAMP BS2} ' {$PBASIC 2.5} DEBUG "Program Running!“ OUTH = %00000000 ' OUTH initialized to low. DIRH = %11111111 ' Set P8-P15 to all output-low. ' BAFG.CDE OUTH = %11100111 ' 0 PAUSE 1000 OUTH = %10000100 ' 1 PAUSE 1000 OUTH = %11010011 ' 2 PAUSE 1000 OUTH = %11010110 ' 3 PAUSE 1000 OUTH = %10110100 ' 4 PAUSE 1000 OUTH = %01110110 ' 5 PAUSE 1000 OUTH = %01110111 ' 6 PAUSE 1000 OUTH = %11000100 ' 7 PAUSE 1000 OUTH = %11110111 ' 8 PAUSE 1000 OUTH = %11110110 ' 9 PAUSE 1000 DIRH = %00000000 ' I/O pins to input, END ' segments off 01
  40. 40. Logo Challenge: Code 7 LED / W Light 01 Traffic Safety System:  Double Stop Light  Sound  9-0 Count down on Yellow
  41. 41. Logo Lab Report – Traffic Safety System Draw Schematic, Print Code Four Schematics  Single Stop Light  Double Stop Light  Double stop Light w. Sound  Seven Segment LED Print Code for:  Single Stop Light  Double Stop Light  Double Stop Light w. Sound  Double Stop w/Seven Segment LED and Sound
  42. 42. Logo Project Lab Report Rubric Page 1 Title Page and Cover Page Page 2 Summary (10pts.) Briefly what is the projects description? Page 3 Table of Contents (10pts.) Page 4 Safety Precautions (10pts.) Page 5 Design Implementation – (INPUTS) (10pts.) What are the components and functions? (List) Page 6 Final Design Solution – (Process) Description of procedure. ( How is the project built and finished) (10pts.) Drawings and Diagrams to aid the assembly. Page 7 Final Design Performance – (Output) (10pts.) How does your design accomplish it’s task? Page 8 Organization and Contributions (if partnered) (Participation Grading) Page 9 Conclusions - (Feedback) (10pts.) Page 10 References (10pts.) (Where did you get information?) Page 11 Design Appendices (10pts.) Schematics/Drawings of components (All backup data including calculations and drawings)(LAB REPORTS MUST BE BOUND UNLESS OTHERWISE STATED) 01
  43. 43. Logo Project Lab Report Template Logo
  44. 44. 01 Image & Copy Credits: “Robotics with the Boe- Bot“ by Andy Lindsay Publisher: Parallax, Inc www.paprallax.com Course Tech Advisor Teacher Timothy Sykes Custom template by Richard C. Close
  45. 45. Logo Project Lab Report Project Lab Report Rubric Page 1 --- Title Page and Cover Page (Fill in templates supplied) 10pts.) 1.Name of Project – (Supplied by Instructor) 2.Team Members – (If Any) 3.Date 4.Class Page 2 ---- Summary (10pts.) 1.Briefly what is the projects description? 2.What background information is needed? (Problem and Goals) use vocabulary. 3.What are you trying to accomplish? (What is the desired outcomes) Page 3 ----- Table of Contents (10pts.) Page 4 ----- Safety Precautions (10pts.) 1.Safety Sheets 2.Safety Equipment Page 5 ----- Design Implementation – (INPUTS) (10pts.) 1.What are the components and functions? (List) 2.What tools are necessary 3.Tool use instructions - precautions Page 6 ----- Final Design Solution – (Process) 1. Description of procedure.(How is the project built and finished) (10pts.) 2. Drawings and Diagrams to aid the assembly. Page 7 ----- Final Design Performance – (Output) (10pts.) How does your design accomplish its task? (Does the product meet the desired outcome?) Page 8 ------ Organization and Contributions (if partnered) (Participation Grading) Page 9 ------ Conclusions - (Feedback) (10pts.) What did you learn? Page 10 ----- References – (Where did you get information?) (10pts.) Page 11 ----- Design Appendices (10pts.) Schematics/Drawings of components (All backup data including calculations and drawings) (LAB REPORTS MUST BE BOUND UNLESS OTHERWISE STATED)
  46. 46. Logo Resources - Rubric References PEA, R. D. (1997) ‘Practices of distributed intelligence and designs for education’, in G. Salomon (Ed.) Distributed Cognitions. New York: Cambridge University Press, pp. 47–87. http://tecfa.unige.ch/tecfa/publicat/dil-papers-2/dc2/dc2.pdf
  47. 47. Logo Questions By Richard C. Close The Chrysalis Campaign, Inc. New Milford, CT 06776 rclose@richardclose.info Tumblr: iamafricastory Blog: Richardclose.blogspot.com Tech Advisor – Teacher Timothy Sykes Chrysalis Campaign. Inc. Site: http://globallearningframework.ning.com Micro Learning Paths, Global Learning Framework, Global Learning Process are Copyright 2011 Richard C. Close Africa photography copyright 2007-9 Richard C. Close Sponsored by

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