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1:1 Classroom Management in the High School

Presentation for high school teachers on technology integration and classroom management with laptops in class.

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1:1 Classroom Management in the High School

  1. 1. By Steve Katz<br />1:1 Classroom Management<br />High School<br />
  2. 2. My Experience in Education & Tech<br />19 years teaching<br />Southern California & Costa Rica<br />Masters in Computer-Based Education<br />Taught in the masters program at Chapman University<br />Technology Coordinator<br />TOSA<br />Professional Development Coordinator<br />Educational Technologist<br />Director of Educational Technology<br />
  3. 3. Director of Educational Technology<br />What I can do for/with you<br />IT Department<br />Plan lessons<br />Co-teach classes<br />Recommend tools and websites<br />Training<br />Provide professional reading<br />GradeQuick & Edline<br />Hardware, software, printing & network issues<br />Set up equipment<br />E-mail, blogs, network folders, passwords<br />Training<br /><ul><li>Check out equipment (HS library)</li></li></ul><li>New This Year <br />Interactive whiteboards<br />Document camera<br />22 projectors<br />Keyboarding software<br />Interactive Classroom<br />Web Lockers<br />3 Presentation remotes<br />
  4. 4. Equipment We Already Have<br />5 digital video cameras (camcorders)<br />6 digital still cameras<br />2 document cameras<br />2 iPods<br />26 LCD projectors<br />3 Interactive whiteboards (StarBoards)<br />3 8-track tape players<br />
  5. 5. Classroom Management<br />What works now?<br />On your index card please write one classroom management technique that you use in your classroom to keep students on task. (It does not have to involve technology.)<br />
  6. 6. Lesson Design<br />Remember:<br />Technology is a tool<br />Teaching isn’t about the tool<br />Curriculum drives the technology<br />“O2” – ubiquitous, necessary, invisible<br />
  7. 7. Lesson Design<br />Use backwards design<br />Project-based learning<br />Authentic assessments<br />Students as producers of content<br />Collaboration <br />
  8. 8. Incorporate the Four C’s<br />Communication – Prepare students to be effective communicators.<br />Collaboration – Use online tools to discuss ideas, share research, peer edit, and collaborate.<br />Creativity – Promote writing, artwork, videos, and combinations of them.<br />Community – create a community of learners to deepen knowledge through interaction.<br />
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  10. 10. Understand<br />If you have poor management now, laptops won’t change that.<br />Adding laptops doesn’t mean more learning.<br />Adding technology to a boring lesson does not necessarily make it interesting.<br />
  11. 11. Before You Start Teaching<br />Have clear expectations<br />Plan well<br />Use technology with a purpose<br />Don’t add technology to the same old lesson<br />Test your lesson on a student computer<br />Use Edline for links, handouts, quizzes<br />
  12. 12. Before You Start Teaching<br />Think about what works for you<br />Headphones? Music? <br />Chat? <br />Email?<br />“Multitasking?”<br />Rearrange your furniture?<br />Consequences?<br />
  13. 13. Practical Tips<br />Laptops fully charged at 8:00 am<br />RATS – read all the screen<br />Be willing to help each other<br />“45 your screen”<br />If teacher closes lid, teacher opens it<br />MBWA - management by walking around<br />
  14. 14. Expectations for Students<br />Let’s create them<br />I’ll e-mail you the document<br />
  15. 15. Resources<br /><br />
  16. 16. “Using technology successfully in the classroom is a mindset not a skill set.”<br />Kim Cofino, International School Bangkok<br />
  17. 17. Credits<br />