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Making Best Use of BLENDED LEARNING to Strengthen Student Learning

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Making Best Use of BLENDED LEARNING to Strengthen Student Learning

  1. 1. MAKINGTHE BEST USE OF BLENDED LEARNING to Strengthen Student Learning Grades K-6 Sunday, January 11, 15
  2. 2. AGENDA What are we up to today? Sunday, January 11, 15
  3. 3. Resources can be found: knacktech.org Sunday, January 11, 15
  4. 4. WHO AM I? Twitter: @sschuhtech staceyschuh@gmail.com Sunday, January 11, 15
  5. 5. WHO AM I? • 6th grade teacher (seven years) Twitter: @sschuhtech staceyschuh@gmail.com Sunday, January 11, 15
  6. 6. WHO AM I? • 6th grade teacher (seven years) • EducationalTechnology Consultant Twitter: @sschuhtech staceyschuh@gmail.com Sunday, January 11, 15
  7. 7. WHO AM I? • 6th grade teacher (seven years) • EducationalTechnology Consultant • Wife and mother Twitter: @sschuhtech staceyschuh@gmail.com Sunday, January 11, 15
  8. 8. TODAY’S OBJECTIVES Sunday, January 11, 15
  9. 9. TODAY’S OBJECTIVES • Understand blended learning and what it looks like Sunday, January 11, 15
  10. 10. TODAY’S OBJECTIVES • Understand blended learning and what it looks like • Learn about different types of blended learning Sunday, January 11, 15
  11. 11. TODAY’S OBJECTIVES • Understand blended learning and what it looks like • Learn about different types of blended learning • Learn about tools to use for blending your instruction Sunday, January 11, 15
  12. 12. TODAY’S OBJECTIVES • Understand blended learning and what it looks like • Learn about different types of blended learning • Learn about tools to use for blending your instruction • Projects and ideas for students and.. Sunday, January 11, 15
  13. 13. HAVE FUN!!! Sunday, January 11, 15
  14. 14. HAVE FUN!!! Sunday, January 11, 15
  15. 15. LOGISTICS Sunday, January 11, 15
  16. 16. LOGISTICS • Items that can be found in the resource book have the page number listed at the bottom of the slide Sunday, January 11, 15
  17. 17. LOGISTICS • Items that can be found in the resource book have the page number listed at the bottom of the slide • Resources work best with web browsers such as Chrome or Firefox Sunday, January 11, 15
  18. 18. LOGISTICS • Items that can be found in the resource book have the page number listed at the bottom of the slide • Resources work best with web browsers such as Chrome or Firefox • Remember you can’t use everything, find one thing you might be able to use and go from there. Sunday, January 11, 15
  19. 19. LEVELS Some slides have icons indicating user level Sunday, January 11, 15
  20. 20. LEVELS Some slides have icons indicating user level Sunday, January 11, 15
  21. 21. LEVELS Some slides have icons indicating user level Sunday, January 11, 15
  22. 22. LEVELS Some slides have icons indicating user level Sunday, January 11, 15
  23. 23. TYPES OF BLENDED LEARNING Sunday, January 11, 15
  24. 24. IT’S NOT ABOUTTHETECH Sunday, January 11, 15
  25. 25. WHAT IS BLENDED LEARNING • Face to face with online elements • Access content inside and outside the physical classroom • Looks different in every classroom Page 6 Sunday, January 11, 15
  26. 26. The Benefits Sunday, January 11, 15
  27. 27. FORTEACHERS Page 7 Sunday, January 11, 15
  28. 28. • Collection of resources you can use again FORTEACHERS Page 7 Sunday, January 11, 15
  29. 29. • Collection of resources you can use again • More time for in class one on one interaction FORTEACHERS Page 7 Sunday, January 11, 15
  30. 30. • Collection of resources you can use again • More time for in class one on one interaction • Individualized instruction FORTEACHERS Page 7 Sunday, January 11, 15
  31. 31. FOR STUDENTS Page 7 Sunday, January 11, 15
  32. 32. FOR STUDENTS • Increased engagement Page 7 Sunday, January 11, 15
  33. 33. FOR STUDENTS • Increased engagement • Deeper learning opportunities Page 7 Sunday, January 11, 15
  34. 34. FOR STUDENTS • Increased engagement • Deeper learning opportunities • Open times beyond the usual classroom hours Page 7 Sunday, January 11, 15
  35. 35. FOR STUDENTS • Increased engagement • Deeper learning opportunities • Open times beyond the usual classroom hours • Reluctant students may be more open to participation Page 7 Sunday, January 11, 15
  36. 36. Page 11 Sunday, January 11, 15
  37. 37. The Rotation Model Page 11 Sunday, January 11, 15
  38. 38. Centers The Rotation Model Page 11 Sunday, January 11, 15
  39. 39. Sunday, January 11, 15
  40. 40. Sunday, January 11, 15
  41. 41. •Similar to centers Sunday, January 11, 15
  42. 42. •Similar to centers •Students work in small groups Sunday, January 11, 15
  43. 43. •Similar to centers •Students work in small groups •Students rotate between working with the teacher, working together, and working online. Sunday, January 11, 15
  44. 44. Sunday, January 11, 15
  45. 45. Sunday, January 11, 15
  46. 46. LAB MODEL Page 10 Sunday, January 11, 15
  47. 47. Sunday, January 11, 15
  48. 48. •Students work online during a scheduled lab time Sunday, January 11, 15
  49. 49. •Students work online during a scheduled lab time •Students work on projects and take assessments Sunday, January 11, 15
  50. 50. •Students work online during a scheduled lab time •Students work on projects and take assessments •Limited to scheduled visits to the lab Sunday, January 11, 15
  51. 51. Page 13-15 Resources for Learning More.. Sunday, January 11, 15
  52. 52. • Blend my Learning Page 13-15 Resources for Learning More.. Sunday, January 11, 15
  53. 53. • Blend my Learning • iNacol Page 13-15 Resources for Learning More.. Sunday, January 11, 15
  54. 54. Page 14 Sunday, January 11, 15
  55. 55. Page 14 Sunday, January 11, 15
  56. 56. • Examples of blended classrooms Page 14 Sunday, January 11, 15
  57. 57. • Examples of blended classrooms • Blog post by educators Page 14 Sunday, January 11, 15
  58. 58. • Examples of blended classrooms • Blog post by educators • Great handbook for beginning to blend Page 14 Sunday, January 11, 15
  59. 59. Page 15 Sunday, January 11, 15
  60. 60. Page 15 Sunday, January 11, 15
  61. 61. • Online learning resources Page 15 Sunday, January 11, 15
  62. 62. • Online learning resources • Blended Learning Standards Page 15 Sunday, January 11, 15
  63. 63. • Online learning resources • Blended Learning Standards • Research Clearing House Page 15 Sunday, January 11, 15
  64. 64. WHY AREYOU BLENDING? Page 17 Sunday, January 11, 15
  65. 65. Take 5 minutes and think about why you want to blend and your goals. Page 17 The Details Sunday, January 11, 15
  66. 66. BACKCHANNEL CHAT http://tinyurl.com •Share one of your reasons for starting to blend in your classroom. Sunday, January 11, 15
  67. 67. Thinking about how technology can change learning. Page 40 Sunday, January 11, 15
  68. 68. Sunday, January 11, 15
  69. 69. LET’S PLAY! http://tinyurl.com/samr2015 Using a polling system to check for understanding would fall where on the SAMR Scale? Handout-Answer Garden Sunday, January 11, 15
  70. 70. PLANNING Let’s get our ducks in a row! Page 18 Sunday, January 11, 15
  71. 71. PLANNING Sunday, January 11, 15
  72. 72. PLANNING • Think about your goals (page 19) Sunday, January 11, 15
  73. 73. PLANNING • Think about your goals (page 19) • Start small, change one thing (page 20) Sunday, January 11, 15
  74. 74. PLANNING • Think about your goals (page 19) • Start small, change one thing (page 20) • How will you rearrange your schedule to implement the items you want to change? (page 21) Sunday, January 11, 15
  75. 75. PLANNING • Think about your goals (page 19) • Start small, change one thing (page 20) • How will you rearrange your schedule to implement the items you want to change? (page 21) • This is an ongoing process- a marathon not a sprint Sunday, January 11, 15
  76. 76. THINKING ABOUT BLENDING Sunday, January 11, 15
  77. 77. THINKING ABOUT BLENDING • Add a blended learning section to your classroom handbook, explaining make it clear what you expect from students in terms of forums and other collaboration tools Sunday, January 11, 15
  78. 78. THINKING ABOUT BLENDING • Add a blended learning section to your classroom handbook, explaining make it clear what you expect from students in terms of forums and other collaboration tools • What are the consequences of misbehavior in a digital environment? Sunday, January 11, 15
  79. 79. THINKING ABOUT BLENDING • Add a blended learning section to your classroom handbook, explaining make it clear what you expect from students in terms of forums and other collaboration tools • What are the consequences of misbehavior in a digital environment? • Be safe, discuss with students how to be safe when creating content that might be shared online. Sunday, January 11, 15
  80. 80. WHERETO BEGIN? Sunday, January 11, 15
  81. 81. When having students work online, make sure they know what is expected and how to stay safe. Page 121 Sunday, January 11, 15
  82. 82. COMMON SENSE MEDIA Page 122 Sunday, January 11, 15
  83. 83. COMMON SENSE MEDIA Page 122 Sunday, January 11, 15
  84. 84. COMMON SENSE MEDIA Page 122 Sunday, January 11, 15
  85. 85. COMMON SENSE MEDIA •Free ebooks for digital citizenship Page 122 Sunday, January 11, 15
  86. 86. COMMON SENSE MEDIA •Free ebooks for digital citizenship •Digital Passport Program Page 122 Sunday, January 11, 15
  87. 87. COMMON SENSE MEDIA •Free ebooks for digital citizenship •Digital Passport Program •Digital Citizenship Curriculum Page 122 Sunday, January 11, 15
  88. 88. DELIVERING CONTENT Where will students go to find my “stuff”? Sunday, January 11, 15
  89. 89. QR CODES Handout Sunday, January 11, 15
  90. 90. QR CODES • Share links with students via posters they can scan Handout Sunday, January 11, 15
  91. 91. QR CODES • Share links with students via posters they can scan • Attach audio files and videos Handout Sunday, January 11, 15
  92. 92. QR CODES • Share links with students via posters they can scan • Attach audio files and videos • Easy to use Handout Sunday, January 11, 15
  93. 93. QR CODES • Share links with students via posters they can scan • Attach audio files and videos • Easy to use • Free Handout Sunday, January 11, 15
  94. 94. WEBSITES AND BLOGS Pages 32-33 Sunday, January 11, 15
  95. 95. WEBSITES AND BLOGS • Give students one place to find content Pages 32-33 Sunday, January 11, 15
  96. 96. WEBSITES AND BLOGS • Give students one place to find content • Accessible from home or at school Pages 32-33 Sunday, January 11, 15
  97. 97. WEBSITES AND BLOGS • Give students one place to find content • Accessible from home or at school • Location for sharing information Pages 32-33 Sunday, January 11, 15
  98. 98. WEBSITES AND BLOGS • Give students one place to find content • Accessible from home or at school • Location for sharing information • Share student work Pages 32-33 Sunday, January 11, 15
  99. 99. WEBSITES AND BLOGS • Give students one place to find content • Accessible from home or at school • Location for sharing information • Share student work • Embed videos students can view Pages 32-33 Sunday, January 11, 15
  100. 100. WEBSITES AND BLOGS • Give students one place to find content • Accessible from home or at school • Location for sharing information • Share student work • Embed videos students can view • Create a blog for announcements or like a newsletter Pages 32-33 Sunday, January 11, 15
  101. 101. EXAMPLES Sunday, January 11, 15
  102. 102. WEEBLY Page 35 Sunday, January 11, 15
  103. 103. WEEBLY • Easy to use Page 35 Sunday, January 11, 15
  104. 104. WEEBLY • Easy to use • Students and parents can access your materials online Page 35 Sunday, January 11, 15
  105. 105. WEEBLY • Easy to use • Students and parents can access your materials online • Up to five pages free Page 35 Sunday, January 11, 15
  106. 106. WIX Page36 Sunday, January 11, 15
  107. 107. WIX • Lots of accessories Page36 Sunday, January 11, 15
  108. 108. WIX • Lots of accessories • No Page Limit Page36 Sunday, January 11, 15
  109. 109. WIX • Lots of accessories • No Page Limit • Free Page36 Sunday, January 11, 15
  110. 110. HOW MIGHT STUDENTS.. use a website tool Sunday, January 11, 15
  111. 111. HOW MIGHT STUDENTS.. use a website tool To find content from the teacher Sunday, January 11, 15
  112. 112. HOW MIGHT STUDENTS.. use a website tool To find content from the teacher Sunday, January 11, 15
  113. 113. HOW MIGHT STUDENTS.. use a website tool To create a daily post on the classroom website about the days events. To find content from the teacher Sunday, January 11, 15
  114. 114. HOW MIGHT STUDENTS.. use a website tool To create a daily post on the classroom website about the days events. To find content from the teacher Sunday, January 11, 15
  115. 115. HOW MIGHT STUDENTS.. use a website tool To create a website of their own work To create a daily post on the classroom website about the days events. To find content from the teacher Sunday, January 11, 15
  116. 116. HOW MIGHT STUDENTS.. use a website tool To create a website of their own work To create a daily post on the classroom website about the days events. To find content from the teacher Sunday, January 11, 15
  117. 117. LEARNING MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS Page 61 Sunday, January 11, 15
  118. 118. LEARNING MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS • Create an online classroom Page 61 Sunday, January 11, 15
  119. 119. LEARNING MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS • Create an online classroom • Students can turn in assignments Page 61 Sunday, January 11, 15
  120. 120. LEARNING MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS • Create an online classroom • Students can turn in assignments • One place where students download, upload and find links Page 61 Sunday, January 11, 15
  121. 121. EDMODO Page 63 Sunday, January 11, 15
  122. 122. EDMODO • Easy to use with students Page 63 Sunday, January 11, 15
  123. 123. EDMODO • Easy to use with students • Assign work and attach files Page 63 Sunday, January 11, 15
  124. 124. EDMODO • Easy to use with students • Assign work and attach files • Create Polls Page 63 Sunday, January 11, 15
  125. 125. GOOGLE CLASSROOM Page 65 Sunday, January 11, 15
  126. 126. GOOGLE CLASSROOM • Students can work on documents and turn in assignments in the same place Page 65 Sunday, January 11, 15
  127. 127. GOOGLE CLASSROOM • Students can work on documents and turn in assignments in the same place • Students view missing and turned in work easily Page 65 Sunday, January 11, 15
  128. 128. GOOGLE CLASSROOM • Students can work on documents and turn in assignments in the same place • Students view missing and turned in work easily • Announcements option Page 65 Sunday, January 11, 15
  129. 129. CHALK-UP Sunday, January 11, 15
  130. 130. CHALK-UP • Videos aligned to standards Sunday, January 11, 15
  131. 131. CHALK-UP • Videos aligned to standards • Questions for learners to check for understanding Sunday, January 11, 15
  132. 132. CHALK-UP • Videos aligned to standards • Questions for learners to check for understanding • See student progress Sunday, January 11, 15
  133. 133. CHALK-UP • Videos aligned to standards • Questions for learners to check for understanding • See student progress • Free to use Sunday, January 11, 15
  134. 134. TO RECAP AN LMS ALLOWS YOUTO.. Sunday, January 11, 15
  135. 135. TO RECAP AN LMS ALLOWS YOUTO.. • Give quizzes Sunday, January 11, 15
  136. 136. TO RECAP AN LMS ALLOWS YOUTO.. • Give quizzes • Have students login to one place and access content Sunday, January 11, 15
  137. 137. TO RECAP AN LMS ALLOWS YOUTO.. • Give quizzes • Have students login to one place and access content • Students can turn in projects Sunday, January 11, 15
  138. 138. TO RECAP AN LMS ALLOWS YOUTO.. • Give quizzes • Have students login to one place and access content • Students can turn in projects • A walled garden for discussions Sunday, January 11, 15
  139. 139. PRIOR KNOWLEDGE Tools to check what students already know Sunday, January 11, 15
  140. 140. TESTMOZ HandoutSunday, January 11, 15
  141. 141. TESTMOZ • Quick HandoutSunday, January 11, 15
  142. 142. TESTMOZ • Quick • Easy HandoutSunday, January 11, 15
  143. 143. TESTMOZ • Quick • Easy • Basic quizzes HandoutSunday, January 11, 15
  144. 144. TESTMOZ • Quick • Easy • Basic quizzes • Try it: HandoutSunday, January 11, 15
  145. 145. TESTMOZ • Quick • Easy • Basic quizzes • Try it: testmoz.com/426662 HandoutSunday, January 11, 15
  146. 146. KAHOOT Page 74 Sunday, January 11, 15
  147. 147. KAHOOT • Game like format Page 74 Sunday, January 11, 15
  148. 148. KAHOOT • Game like format • Printable reports Page 74 Sunday, January 11, 15
  149. 149. KAHOOT • Game like format • Printable reports • Engaging Page 74 Sunday, January 11, 15
  150. 150. KAHOOT • Game like format • Printable reports • Engaging • Pre-made Content Page 74 Sunday, January 11, 15
  151. 151. FINDING CONTENT You can share and use Sunday, January 11, 15
  152. 152. USEYOUR LIBRARY Sunday, January 11, 15
  153. 153. USEYOUR LIBRARY • Your library website may have content that is free for you to use Sunday, January 11, 15
  154. 154. USEYOUR LIBRARY • Your library website may have content that is free for you to use • Reach out to the local library and ask about virtual library cards for students Sunday, January 11, 15
  155. 155. ABC MOUSE • Classroom account is free • Math and reading content • Create groups of students • Assign certain lessons to specific students and groups Handout Sunday, January 11, 15
  156. 156. INTERACTIVE SITES FOR EDUCATION • Teacher created • Organized by subject or topic • Free Page101 Sunday, January 11, 15
  157. 157. PBS LEARNING MEDIA • Find educational content on lots of different topics • Search for topics by grade level • Content aligned to standards and benchmarks Handout Sunday, January 11, 15
  158. 158. FRONT ROW • Allows for assessment of math skills • K-8 Content • Includes online whiteboard • Can use across multiple devices Handout Sunday, January 11, 15
  159. 159. GOORU Page 82 •Resources and texts •Icons for younger students •Search by grade level Sunday, January 11, 15
  160. 160. HOW MIGHTYOU USE pre-made content Sunday, January 11, 15
  161. 161. HOW MIGHTYOU USE pre-made content Share a video with the entire class and answer questions on dry erase boards Sunday, January 11, 15
  162. 162. HOW MIGHTYOU USE pre-made content Share a video with the entire class and answer questions on dry erase boards Sunday, January 11, 15
  163. 163. HOW MIGHTYOU USE pre-made content Have student research a country using an ebook or video Share a video with the entire class and answer questions on dry erase boards Sunday, January 11, 15
  164. 164. HOW MIGHTYOU USE pre-made content Have student research a country using an ebook or video Share a video with the entire class and answer questions on dry erase boards Sunday, January 11, 15
  165. 165. HOW MIGHTYOU USE pre-made content Have student research a country using an ebook or video Share a video with the entire class and answer questions on dry erase boards Use a QR code on a work sheet for students who are struggling to scan and view content Sunday, January 11, 15
  166. 166. HOW MIGHTYOU USE pre-made content Have student research a country using an ebook or video Share a video with the entire class and answer questions on dry erase boards Use a QR code on a work sheet for students who are struggling to scan and view content Sunday, January 11, 15
  167. 167. PASSTHE CARD What websites do you use in the classroom? On the lined card write down one website you use with students Sunday, January 11, 15
  168. 168. CREATING CONTENT Making your own content for students Page 102 Sunday, January 11, 15
  169. 169. SCREENCASTING • Recording your computer screen and sharing it with others. • Using a digital whiteboard to share content with students using computer, iPad, or other device. Sunday, January 11, 15
  170. 170. USEYOURTOOLS • You can screencast by simply using your phone or other digital camera with video capabilities • If you have a Smartboard you can capture a video of your lesson from the whiteboard. Example click here Sunday, January 11, 15
  171. 171. SNAGIT CHROME APP Handout Sunday, January 11, 15
  172. 172. SNAGIT CHROME APP • Add as an extension to your Chrome Browser Handout Sunday, January 11, 15
  173. 173. SNAGIT CHROME APP • Add as an extension to your Chrome Browser • Can create screencasts that can be added straight to Google Drive Handout Sunday, January 11, 15
  174. 174. SNAGIT CHROME APP • Add as an extension to your Chrome Browser • Can create screencasts that can be added straight to Google Drive • Create small GIFs to use with students for quick reinforcements Handout Sunday, January 11, 15
  175. 175. SCREENCAST-O-MATIC Page 112 Sunday, January 11, 15
  176. 176. SCREENCAST-O-MATIC •Free Page 112 Sunday, January 11, 15
  177. 177. SCREENCAST-O-MATIC •Free •Easy to use Page 112 Sunday, January 11, 15
  178. 178. SCREENCAST-O-MATIC •Free •Easy to use •Up to 15 minutes of recording time Page 112 Sunday, January 11, 15
  179. 179. SCREENCAST-O-MATIC •Free •Easy to use •Up to 15 minutes of recording time •Upload to Youtube, download for student use Page 112 Sunday, January 11, 15
  180. 180. SCREENCAST-O-MATIC •Free •Easy to use •Up to 15 minutes of recording time •Upload to Youtube, download for student use •Easily add notes to screencast Page 112 Sunday, January 11, 15
  181. 181. PIXI CLIP • Recordable online whiteboard • Can use on variety of devices • add audio and video Handout Sunday, January 11, 15
  182. 182. WHITEBOARDTOOL WITHOUT AN IPAD Aww https://awwapp.com/ Sunday, January 11, 15
  183. 183. WHITEBOARDTOOL WITHOUT AN IPAD Aww https://awwapp.com/ Sunday, January 11, 15
  184. 184. APPS FOR CREATINGVIDEOS •If you have an iPad you can use the following apps for creating whiteboard videos Sunday, January 11, 15
  185. 185. SHOWME • Easy to use embed videos • Online capabilities to view videos on or off the iPad • Library of created videos on various topics • Make videos private or public www.showme.com Page 106 Sunday, January 11, 15
  186. 186. EXPLAIN EVERYTHING Page 104 Sunday, January 11, 15
  187. 187. EXPLAIN EVERYTHING • Easy to use Page 104 Sunday, January 11, 15
  188. 188. EXPLAIN EVERYTHING • Easy to use • Save video to the camera roll Page 104 Sunday, January 11, 15
  189. 189. EXPLAIN EVERYTHING • Easy to use • Save video to the camera roll • Different background styles Page 104 Sunday, January 11, 15
  190. 190. EXPLAIN EVERYTHING • Easy to use • Save video to the camera roll • Different background styles • Upload videos to many different places Page 104 Sunday, January 11, 15
  191. 191. EXPLAIN EVERYTHING • Easy to use • Save video to the camera roll • Different background styles • Upload videos to many different places • Add videos within a video Page 104 Sunday, January 11, 15
  192. 192. EXPLAIN EVERYTHING • Easy to use • Save video to the camera roll • Different background styles • Upload videos to many different places • Add videos within a video Page 104 Sunday, January 11, 15
  193. 193. HOW MIGHTYOU USE.. Screencasting Tools Sunday, January 11, 15
  194. 194. HOW MIGHTYOU USE.. Screencasting Tools For transition times Sunday, January 11, 15
  195. 195. HOW MIGHTYOU USE.. Screencasting Tools For transition times Sunday, January 11, 15
  196. 196. HOW MIGHTYOU USE.. Screencasting Tools For students who are absent create a video For transition times Sunday, January 11, 15
  197. 197. HOW MIGHTYOU USE.. Screencasting Tools For students who are absent create a video For transition times Sunday, January 11, 15
  198. 198. HOW MIGHTYOU USE.. Screencasting Tools For students who are absent create a video Have students create their own videos solving a problem (page 42) For transition times Sunday, January 11, 15
  199. 199. HOW MIGHTYOU USE.. Screencasting Tools For students who are absent create a video Have students create their own videos solving a problem (page 42) For transition times Sunday, January 11, 15
  200. 200. WHAT WORKS FORYOU? Take 10 minutes and discuss with a partner how you might use a screencasting tool in your classroom Sunday, January 11, 15
  201. 201. CONTENT CURATION Sunday, January 11, 15
  202. 202. SYMBALOO • Visually appealing to younger students • Embed into webpages • Bookmark tool allows you to bookmark from your web browser Page 26 Sunday, January 11, 15
  203. 203. BLEND SPACE • Create a collection of sites for student access • Can add files to collections • Add questions for students • Easily access with a link or embed in website Page 27 Sunday, January 11, 15
  204. 204. DIIGO • Allows you to save websites and share with others • Create notes on websites • Collaborate with others to build collections • Can be used on many platforms Page 24 Sunday, January 11, 15
  205. 205. VIDEOTOOLS Asking questions, discussions, and checking for understanding Sunday, January 11, 15
  206. 206. YOUTUBE EDU • Find educational content • Add your own videos • Create playlists for students Page 86 Sunday, January 11, 15
  207. 207. EDPUZZLE • Create your own videos and add questions students can answer • Easily access your content with a link • Student logins without email Handout Sunday, January 11, 15
  208. 208. KHAN ACADEMY • Create lessons around videos • Check for understanding • Step by step created lessons Page 80 Sunday, January 11, 15
  209. 209. STAY SAFE • Safe Share.TV • Quietube Pages 87-89Sunday, January 11, 15
  210. 210. Think about one thing you would like to do with your students. How might you make this experience interactive or engaging using one of the tech tools we’ve looked at? Use page 39 to write down your thoughts. REFLECT Sunday, January 11, 15
  211. 211. IDEAS FOR STUDENTS How can students create using tech tools Sunday, January 11, 15
  212. 212. GOOGLE DOCS • Students can collaborate on a document or presentation • Students do not need an email • Peer editing options • Students can collect data using Google Forms Page 43 Sunday, January 11, 15
  213. 213. DIGITAL BOOKTRAILERS • Substitute for traditional books reports • Students can use online tools or traditional video camera tools • Lots of lessons and tools available Page 44 Sunday, January 11, 15
  214. 214. CREATE A PODCAST • Students can create podcasts for parents • Reflect on their learning • Read a story aloud add QR code to book Page 48 Sunday, January 11, 15
  215. 215. BLOGGING • Create a student blogs site for students to add their writing • Kidblog and Write About This offer free accounts • Add a blog page to your classroom site and add students writing to the page • Creates an authentic audience • Builds opportunities to talk about commenting and feedback Page 46 Sunday, January 11, 15
  216. 216. COMMUNICATION Creating dialog with students and parents Sunday, January 11, 15
  217. 217. REMIND • Text parents when permission slips need to be turned in • Remind students of tests • Send attachments Page 54 Sunday, January 11, 15
  218. 218. SMORE • Create interactive online flyers • Let parents know what is going on in your classroom • Share student work Page 56 Sunday, January 11, 15
  219. 219. CLASS MESSENGER • Class survey options • Create newsletters • Automatically sends reminders to parents and students • Free Page 58 Sunday, January 11, 15
  220. 220. COLLABORATION Tools for sharing and discussing Sunday, January 11, 15
  221. 221. DISCUSSION BOARDS BACKCHANNEL CHATS • Ask students questions quickly • Create an open forum where reluctant students can share ideas • Free and paid versions available Sunday, January 11, 15
  222. 222. BACKCHANNEL CHAT • Free for limited account • $15 a year for full access • Allows students to ask question • Gives teachers the ability to monitor students Page 59 Sunday, January 11, 15
  223. 223. TODAY’S MEET • Free to use • Quickly create a discussion board • Transcript options • QR code generated Handout Sunday, January 11, 15
  224. 224. PADLET • Create stickies of ideas • Add pictures • Share links • Easy to use Handout Sunday, January 11, 15
  225. 225. ASSESSMENTTOOLS Assess students understanding Page 69 Sunday, January 11, 15
  226. 226. PLICKERS • Quickly find out if students understand a topic • Only the teacher needs a device • Reports on student understanding Handout Sunday, January 11, 15
  227. 227. INFUSE LEARNING • Allows for students to draw pictures • Gives you the options to create different quiz formats • Browser option to have students login to sites • Free Page 71 Sunday, January 11, 15
  228. 228. SOCRATIVE • Students can access multiple types of assessments • Create quick and simple “ExitTickets” • Free for most tools Page 72 Sunday, January 11, 15
  229. 229. NEARPOD • Allows you to control what students see on devices • Engage students through activities • Drawing tools • Multiple quiz formats Page 70 Sunday, January 11, 15
  230. 230. THINGSTO REMEMBER Sunday, January 11, 15
  231. 231. THINGSTO REMEMBER • Start small Sunday, January 11, 15
  232. 232. THINGSTO REMEMBER • Start small • Try not to do it all at once Sunday, January 11, 15
  233. 233. THINGSTO REMEMBER • Start small • Try not to do it all at once • It’s not about the technology but how the technology can support your already great teaching Sunday, January 11, 15
  234. 234. THINGSTO REMEMBER • Start small • Try not to do it all at once • It’s not about the technology but how the technology can support your already great teaching • Things will go wrong, it’s ok Sunday, January 11, 15
  235. 235. THINGSTO REMEMBER • Start small • Try not to do it all at once • It’s not about the technology but how the technology can support your already great teaching • Things will go wrong, it’s ok • Blended looks different in every classroom Sunday, January 11, 15
  236. 236. YOU CAN DOTHIS Sunday, January 11, 15
  237. 237. YOU CAN DOTHIS Sunday, January 11, 15

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