7. LESSON DESIGN
Use backward design.
Project-based learning (PBL).
Students as producers of content.
Collaboration (in class & global).
8. INCORPORATE ISTE’S 4 C’S
Communication - Prepare students to be effective
Collaboration - Use online tools to discuss ideas,
share research, collaborate.
Creativity - Promote writing, artwork, videos, and
combinations of them.
Community - Create a community of learners to
deepen knowledge through interaction.
If you have poor management now, laptops won’t
Adding laptops doesn’t mean more learning.
Adding technology to a boring lesson does not
necessarily make the lesson more interesting.
12. BEFORE THE STUDENTS ARRIVE
Have clear expectations.
Use technology with a purpose.
Test your lesson on a student computer.
Distribute links, handouts, and other resources
13. BEFORE THE STUDENTS ARRIVE
Think about what works for you:
Rearrange your furniture?
14. PRACTICAL TIPS
Laptops fully charged at 8:00 am.
RATS - Read All The Screen.
Students should be willing to help each other.
“45 your screen.”
If the teacher closes the laptop, only the teacher opens it.
MBWA - Management By Walking Around