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Student centered learning presentation copy

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Student centered learning presentation copy

  1. 1. Student-Centered Learning Creating A Tech Friendly Environment By: Travis Cash
  2. 2. Teacher-Centered vs. Student-Centered  How do you learn?  Quite Classroom or Noisy Classroom  Teacher Lecture or Self-Discovery  Individual or Collaborate  Memorization or Problem-Solving
  3. 3. Teacher-Centered Learning  Traditional method  Lecture  Note Taking  Memorization  Recall  Teacher focused lessons are:  Chosen by Teacher  Developed by Teacher  Implemented by Teacher
  4. 4. Student-Centered Learning  Old but New  Formulate  Collect  Organize  Manipulate  Answer  Students are more responsible for their own learning
  5. 5. Student-Centered Learning  Student focused lessons are:  Real World and Real Time  Technology Literate  Collaborated with Students  Focused on student understanding and Interpreting
  6. 6. Student-Centered Learning  Environment  Classes are Active  Technology Friendly  Tech. is used to discover, sort, compute, and present information  Example  Student Driven and Teacher Facilitated
  7. 7. National Educational Technology Standards (NETS)  Creativity & Innovation  Communication & Collaboration  Research & Information Fluency  Critical Thinking, Problem Solving, & Decision Making  Digital Citizenship  Technology Operations & Concepts
  8. 8. NETS Examples  Students research and develop a spreadsheet to record and calculate the relationship between advertising dollars and sales of a particular company for a one year period. (2,3,5,6)  Students develop a Website explaining the dangers of childhood obesity and the steps that can be taken to lower the risks. (2,3,4,5)
  9. 9. Technology Integration Problems  Teachers are not Tech Literate  Professional Development  Teachers team with other Teachers  Limited Technology  Students bring their own Technology  Borrow Technology from other sources  Team with Tech schools or businesses  Online Tech Support
  10. 10. Copyright & Fair Use  Copyright  “the legal exclusive right of the author of a creative work to control the copying of the work” (Templeton (n.d.), 10 Big Myths about Copyright Explained)  Fair Use  Exemption created to allow commentary, parody, news reporting, research and education, and to protect the right of sharing new ideas.
  11. 11. Fair Use for Educators  According to the Fair Use exemption educators may use copyrighted material in the classroom within certain parameters.  Printed material is limited by amount and use  Illustrations and Photographs are limited by amount  Videos are limited by ownership and amount  Music is limited by amount  Internet may be used in lessons and projects  T.V. broadcast may be used, Cable must have permission
  12. 12. Fair Use for Educators  Examples  Teacher may show video as long as it was obtained legally and is intended for instructional use.  Teacher may download material from the web into a lesson. May not be reposted to Internet.
  13. 13. Resources Prince, M. J., & Felder, R. M. (2006, April). Inductive Teaching and Learning Methods: Definitions, Comparisons, and Research Bases. Journal of Engineering Education, (), . Retrieved from http://www.it.uu.se/edu/course/homepage/cosulearning/ st11/reading/ITLM.pdf Templeton, B. (n.d.). Brad Templeton's Home Page. Retrieved from http://www.templetons.com/brad/copymyths.html International Society for Technology in Education. (2014). Retrieved from https://www.iste.org/standards/standards-for-students Morrison, G. R., & Lowther, D. L. (2010). Integrating Computer Technology Into the Classroom. Skills for the 21st Century (4th ed.). Retrieved from The University of Phoenix eBook Collection database.

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