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Slide 1 - Developing 21st Century Learners with Technology Rich Lessons Jennifer Womble, nbct, Lawton Chiles High School Tallahassee, FL www.tinyurl.com/womble
Slide 2 - Welcome to FETC! Come on a journey with me as we learn and share to improve educational technology use in every classroom! Welcome to your Learning Vacation! “Education is not the filling of a bucket, but the lighting of a fire.”-- W. B. Yeats
Slide 3 - Today’s Schedule 8:00 am Begin learning everything we can at lightening speed LUNCH 12:30 pm Return for vigorous technology brainstorming, lesson design, hands on unit development and more learning. 3:00 pm FIREWORKS!!!
Slide 4 - Rules of the Road Restroom Beverages Sit where you can talk, question and share. Breaks Technology Use…. Yes, to all. Save a folder on the desktop or plug in your laptop or email yourself all products.
Slide 5 - Motion Name Game: First Name What is your role in the school or district? What is your greatest technological accomplishment? Body Motion
Slide 6 - 21st Century Classroom Think back to 2003 VISUALIZE the 21st Century Classroom…..
Slide 7 - Vision:
Slide 8 - But that was before this……
Slide 9 - LG eXpo Smartphone and Projection system Light Blue Touch
Slide 10 - Technology Integration asks … Teachers to teach in ways they were never taught using tools that were not invented when they were in school. Teachers to be innovative, content driven, and process oriented to ultimately improve student achievement.
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Slide 12 - Session Objectives: Investigate current research on teaching and learning. Utilize online resources and free software. Design effective lessons--enhanced by technology that integrate technology into classrooms for maximum content delivery and student achievement. Discuss how to make effective decisions about the choice of technologies they utilize in their classrooms, and how to evaluate student products. Teachers will be introduced to the features of SharePoint and Microsoft Office and learn how to effectively use technological tools, including digital cameras, scanners, document cameras, and audience response systems. Teachers will leave with a completed technology enhanced unit plan for their classroom ready to implement!
Slide 13 - Professional Development Goal Session: To help teachers discover how using computer technology to captivate, motivate and ultimately move students toward greater learning. Teacher Goal: To understand the research and resources needed to effectively integrate. To complete a lesson portfolio based on your curriculum that allows you to raise the level of excellence in your classroom and meet important learning objectives.
Slide 14 - Let’s get started! You will complete this task by creating a MASHED UP Power Point. Go to www.tinyurl.com/womble Click on the left side list “Power Point” Open the folder titled “Introduction Activity” Save a copy of “Introduce Yourself Power Point” to your desktop folder. Complete the templated activity! Have fun!
Slide 15 - Scavenger Hunt Use the red form and rotate to each presentation. Fill in the signatures. Look for something new!
Slide 16 - Learning is a Social Event High Expectations TEAMS can change the culture of a School Teaching is a TEAM Sport Collegial Conversations about student work are essential We teach kids, not content Motivation by student engagement: increase the WOWs to increase the AYP! What is the ONE thing that has adults making sustained change? PEER COACHING & MENTORING
Slide 17 - Technology Integration Why Integrate? (pair and share) “Technologies do not bring about revolutions, people do.” -Denise Murray, Director of NCELTR, Macquarie University New questions: How do students learn? How can teachers help students learn better?
Slide 18 - Current Forces at work Globalization Asian/Indian Education (2MM)Explored Shifts in Job Market-Comparative Advantage Automation of routine jobs Influx of Technology Environmental Awareness Knowledge Economy CHALLENGE & CHANGE
Slide 19 - ED research
Slide 20 - Putting it all together LESSON PLANS Content standards
Slide 21 - STUDENTS MUST BE ABLE TO SYTHESIZE and IMPLEMENT KNOWLEDGE Cross curricular Deeper knowledge Problem Based Creative Products Technology Literacy Interconnected Novel Approach Stimulate Curiosity Communicator Research & Application Exploration-Curiousity Freedom to Discover Analysis of Information Express Ideas Sift-Sort-Connect Artistry-Empathy Narrative-Synthesis
Slide 22 - Learning Shifts Review Save the SharePoint posted PowerPoint titled “learning shift” in the Presentations folder on your desktop. Review the slides and create your own personal summary or reflection of the entire show. Slide Share Resource
Slide 23 - Teaching that STICKS Chip and Dan Heath discovered 6 traits that make ideas stick: Simple Unexpected Concrete Credible Emotional Story Note: *Sticky ideas are understood, remembered and change something (behavior, values, opinions, etc.) Our job is to make ideas stick everyday! (see Teaching That Sticks article)
Slide 24 - Teachers changing methods Real change can take a few years in schools rich with technology, and even longer in schools with less. Professional development can shorten the learning curve and return on investment. The important thing to consider is that professional development lies along a continuum—from learning discrete skills, to developing fully integrated lessons, to transferring those skills to new technologies and new methodologies like project-based learning. Sousa Chart on Retention (Toolbox)
Slide 25 - Learning Process that is Product Driven Students “Experience”Learning
Slide 26 - Worksheets Don’t Grow Dendrites: 20 Instructional Strategies that Engage the Brain Brainstorming and Discussion Drawing and Artwork Field Trips Games Graphic Organizers, Semantic Maps, and Word Webs Humor Manipulative, Experiments, Labs, and Models Metaphor, Analogy, Simile Mnemonic Devices Movement Music, Rhythm, Rhyme, and Rap Project Based and Problem Based Instruction Reciprocal Teaching and Cooperative Learning (peer coaching) Role Play, Drama, Pantomimes and Charades Storytelling Technology Visualization and Guided Imagery Visuals Work Study and Apprenticeships (Learn by doing) Writing and Journals What tech tool can be used to employ each of these strategies?
Slide 27 - BREAK
Slide 28 - Infusing Technology into Classrooms How is technology used as a tool to enhance education? COMMUNICATE COLLABORATE CONTENT ENGAGEMENT ORGANIZATION/MANAGEMENT Expand and Maximize Learning View “Favorite Online Resources”
Slide 29 - Technology Integration The goal of technology integration is to use technology seamlessly in the classroom so that the technology itself is invisible in support of learning a standards based curriculum. Employing technology provides a variety of new ways to learn, and in the process, fosters independent thinking, problem solving, and collaborative learning.
Slide 30 - Find 10 pictures/images on the internet to represent these concepts and save them in folder on desktop: Technology Literacy Read Write Problem solving Creativity Cross Curricular Technology Product Collaboration Autonomy Rigor
Slide 31 - How teachers plan to use technology SharePoint Site: save the Technology Integration Planning Map and the Enhanced Lesson Plan tool. Brainstorm a Lesson objective you teach. Create one lesson plan for your idea! View: Tech Enhanced Lesson Planning Map as guide
Slide 32 - Why Integrate? Improve student learning by creating better lessons Increase the rigor of academics and the quality of learning Stimulate curiosity and interest Engage learners and motivate students Improve how all students learn the content Differentiate instruction Formative assessments with immediate feedback Project based learning is meaningful and prepares students for a technology-dependent world Increase communication Reinvigorate teaching Enhance Educational Experience with technology—fun, interactive Course Management Tools on-line www.moodle.org BOTTOM LINE: Implement Technology to Accomplish Greater Learning and improved Academic Achievement
Slide 33 - FETC Challenge The FETC staff needs our help to prepare for the Opening Session featuring Ed Begley, Jr. Each team needs to help complete one of the five tasks for the FETC marketing team. You will share your products with all participants to get feedback based on the professionalism of the product.
Slide 34 - Tasks: 1. Press Packet—Design and create a poster to hang in the convention center halls about the event . Also complete a press release about the event and determine which media outlets should be invited. 2. Staging/seating and A/V Design—Decide how the event stage should be set up and create a model reflecting the theme of the conference and topics and experiences of the speaker. 3. Marketing—Design and create a video commercial to air on the in-house monitors. Post video online as well to generate excitement.
Slide 35 - 4. Web Presence—design an appropriate web web site for the Opening Session event where live streaming/audio and digital photography can be posted. Include a design of event logo, carefully select font and colors to match event. 5. Event Team—You must write the introductory speech the FETC president will use to introduce Ed Begley and record it. Also prepare interview questions for after the presentation with our guest speaker from the point of view of Teachers, Students and Administrators.
Slide 36 - LUNCH
Slide 37 - Work in your teams Presentations at 1:30 pm TEAM RULES: Make sure all team member needs are met. No one is done until everyone is done.
Slide 38 - Visualize your class integrated
Slide 39 - What does integration look like? Students can test scientific theories with simulations, find ways to prove ideas with multimedia ,and collect environmental data with hands-on experiments. They can use the Internet to experience the world through virtual field trips and find information to prove almost any point of view. They can exercise their creativity with art, writing, and music software and more. All of these opportunities mean using technology as a tool to promote content learning.
Slide 40 - Pieces of Integration Puzzle Teacher Student Content Tech Tools
Slide 41 - First Piece: The teacher As you can imagine, using technology in the classroom changes the classroom structure, operation, and management. Teachers learn to become a “guide on the side” rather than a “sage on the stage.” Getting there involves changes in philosophy and practice. Change is welcomed by students—visit Teacher Tube.
Slide 42 - Teacher Technology Skills Competency Levels What level of daily technological integration is the teacher utilizing? Daily Routine: type worksheets, attendance, email, make charts. Effective User: web portal, discussion boards, advanced functions, specialized software, expert, models AUP, flexibility, use data to manage and solve problems. Innovative User: full array of software & hardware, strategic use of capabilities, produce, empower, mentor, foster continuous improvement. Who is left out? Resisters Beginners
Slide 43 - Ways teachers integrate View document on sharepoint titled “ What technology integration looks like” and “Creating Student Support Materials” Save to your desktop Work with your partner to add three of your own examples of student products/tools to the list Be prepared to share your ideas.
Slide 44 - Next piece: the student The goal of technology integration is to use technology in the classroom so that it becomes a tool to help students learn new things in new ways and prepare for the future. Yet it is a catalyst for greater change! Employing technology affects the classroom’s structure, operation, and management and requires new skills --both for students and educators.
Slide 45 - Technology Standards NETS-S: ISTE’s Technology Foundation Standards for All Students (NETS) include six categories for addressing necessary technology skills: 1. Basic operations and concepts 2. Social, ethical, and human issues 3. Technology productivity tools 4. Technology communications tools 5. Technology research tools 6. Technology problem-solving and decision-making tools
Slide 46 - Student progress and the iBrain As technology use becomes increasingly interwoven in lessons and instructional units, it becomes increasingly important to measure student progress using a variety of tools. In addition to summative and formative tests, teachers should have rubrics, e-portfolios, and other assessment tools to measure content knowledge and degree of technological proficiency. Brain Plasticity
Slide 47 - Student Assessment There are applications in the market place that provide 100% participation and collaboration during instruction. With these applications, teachers can gauge the pace of the instruction with real time student feedback. Free online tools: • QuizStar • RubiStar • 4Teachers.org Adjusting lessons and using this information to fill in the gaps between the students learning style and performance involves differentiating instruction, which is based on the beliefs that students differ in how they learn, classrooms that are not “one size fits all” are more effective, and students must be able to make meaning from subject matter. A differentiated classroom offers students different ways to learn subject content, make sense of ideas, and demonstrate learning. Teachers have many ways to provide instruction that is targeted to specific groups of students.
Slide 48 - Tech based activities Looking at technology based activities, teachers can locate online projects and WebQuests that already infuse technology within the lesson while providing all the lesson resources, templates and assessment. These projects and offer a tried and true option in using effective activities and projects. Websites contain inquiry-based projects that have been developed by teachers as well as training and teacher materials.
Slide 49 - Boost Student Productivity- Project-Based Learning Writing Research Data Analysis Critical Thinking Presentations of content: Newsletter Multimedia Movie Web-wiki space Blog E-journal Brochure Podcast
Slide 50 - Third Piece: The content curriculum and standards The International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) believes that: “To live, learn, and work successful in an increasingly complex and information-rich society, students must be able to use technology effectively.” They developed standards to guide educational Leaders in recognizing and addressing the conditions for effective use of technology to support Pre K-12 education. They state, “Within an effective educational setting, technology can enable students to become--Capable information technology users: Information seekers, analyzers, and evaluators Problem solvers and decision makers Creative and effective users of productivity tools Communicators, collaborators, publishers, and producers Informed, responsible, and contributing citizens
Slide 51 - Last piece: Technology Tools What tools do you have at your school site? What software or hard ware restrictions are there? What type of room set up and computer preparation is necessary? Do you know how to use, charge, upload and download all the equipment in your lesson? How do you select equipment to use?
Slide 52 - Tech Tools Digital Cameras Software Scanners, document cameras, tablet pcs, Smartboards, hand held response system, digital video cameras, ipods What are there functions? Try it before you teach it! Evaluate tools to match your needs and class size. VISUAL TOOLS-remember 70% more
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Slide 54 - Building an integration team Relationships are vital to the successful integration of technology in your classroom. The technology coordinator, media specialist, AP Curriculum, technology integrator, tech savvy students. Try it before you teach it!
Slide 55 - Learning is a Social Event High Expectations TEAMS can change the culture of a School Teaching is a TEAM Sport Collegial Conversations about student work are essential We teach kids, not content Motivation by student engagement: increase the WOWs to increase the AYP! What is the ONE thing that has adults making sustained change? PEER COACHING & MENTORING
Slide 56 - Obstacles to Technology Integration No access to computers/equipment Lack Time (to learn, to plan, to organize, to search internet, etc) No budget or high costs Class sizes Preparing for standardized tests Lack teacher training Set curriculum or standards Technical problems (not admin. of machine) Network down Power Outage Intimidating—non-expert status Too many strategies to try now—one more thing.
Slide 57 - Find Creative Solutions to problems with Web 2.0 tools For example: What can I do when it takes students too long to search the internet: www.Ikeepbookmarks.com booksite for students sites www.del.icio.us bookmarking tool tags collective www.Truthinker.com pay service to organize internet sites
Slide 58 - Tech Integration as easy as PIZZA PIE ! Planning Implementation ZZ-reflect Analyze the Data
Slide 59 - How to begin? PIZZA process! Making good choices leads to effective time management. Teachers have to determine what their students need to learn for each assignment. Then they choose the best way to provide the material and the best way for students to learn it. They can begin by enhancing lessons with technology. They start by identifying the objectives of a lesson and looking for ways to infuse technology into activities. VIEW UNIT LESSON PLANNING TOOLS
Slide 60 - P-Planning, Priorities, Peer-observations, Practice Brainstorm & Prep work Create lesson plan and back up plan Set expectations Research needs and “tech talk” with the with tech team Plan to assess Focus on learning objectives Find relevant & appropriate resources Model lessons: www.hightechhigh.org www.Glef.org www.project-approach.com www.Jasonproject.org www.goals.com www.marcopolo-education.org
Slide 61 - Developing Unit Materials Scaffolding: Directions Handouts, Diagrams, Tables, Hidden Text Rubrics (rubistar.4teachers.org; www.teach-nology.com) Lesson plans Instruction sheets Evaluation & Assessment materials Resources & web sites: curriki.org Discuss: How to evaluate student products?
Slide 62 - I-Implement, Integrate, Infuse Seamless technology Participate in technology based instruction Storyboard of lesson plan Scaffolding, templates How to, step by step Infuse resources: funding, software, equipment, people, training, supplies and students. Allow flexibility and role shift.
Slide 63 - ZZ-Evaluate and Reflect Reflect on the impact of the technology and the learning. Was it the right equipment? Right software? Did you have enough PD? Review functionality. Did you get appropriate support? Use answers to make future decisions. Communicate via email. Collaborate with others in discussion boards, surveys, Study group, think tanks, talk time with teachers to share ideas Zoomerang.com www.learn.org (collaborate in global community) TeachAde.com (collaboration) Learningtimes.org (virtual learning community network) www.edu.actionsurveyresources.com (ERC)
Slide 64 - A-Analyze with Data How does technology increase teacher productivity? Focus on results, not technology EVALUATE to avoid future glitches Look at the outcomes and align to goals of curriculum Were the benefits worth the sacrifice? (return on investment) Data: test scores, attendance records, student attitudes, improved learning and attitudes No such thing as a failure! What support do you need next time? What do you need to know for next time? SHARE SUCCESS STORIES Insight! Constant improvement is key.
Slide 65 - TOP TEN INTEGRATION TIPS Start with a lesson you are very familiar with and have taught before Focus on the learning objective Make it interactive and fun Problem based activities will engage and make relevant for students. Do it yourself FIRST (see one, do one, teach one) Build relationships Talk about copyright often! Know the standards (state, NETS, Information Literacy Standards) Revise teaching style to accommodate technology (adaptation) Use peer observations and online video demonstrations as often as possible to learn more! Tap into your students’ creativity
Slide 66 - Your Story Using PhotoStory and the 10 images you selected earlier, create a digital story about where you are in the technology integration process and describe three goals you have for increasing the amount of technology enhanced lessons you will deliver in the next year!
Slide 67 - Recap Session Objectives: Investigate current research on teaching and learning. Utilize online resources and free software. Design effective lessons--enhanced by technology that integrate technology into classrooms for maximum content delivery and student achievement. Discuss how to make effective decisions about the choice of technologies they utilize in their classrooms, and how to evaluate student products. Teachers will be introduced to the features of SharePoint and Microsoft Office and learn how to effectively use technological tools, including digital cameras, scanners, document cameras, and audience response systems. Teachers will leave with a completed technology enhanced unit plan for their classroom ready to implement!
Slide 68 - That is a WRAP! Workshop evaluation and sharing! Questions and answers! Many thanks for your dedication, time and effort today! Enjoy the conference! Follow up emails at: womblej@mail.leon.k12.fl.us