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Title: Teaching


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Teaching Learning with Technology
  • Rob Bobeldyk
  • Rbobeldy_at_calvin.edu

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No matter how much we know about how to use
technology tools, educational practice never will
improve unless we have clear goals for what
teaching and learning should accomplish and we
see the path we want to take to achieve
them. -M.D. Roblyer
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Each integration strategy should be matched to a
recognized need. -M.D. Roblyer
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Identify Best Teaching Strategies
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Ten Teaching Strategies Suggested by Research
  • Have students write about and discuss what they
    are learning.
  • Encourage teacher-student relations.
  • Get students working with one another on
    substantive tasks, in and out of school.
  • Give prompt and frequent feedback to students
    about their progress.

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  • 5. Make standards and grading criteria explicit.
  • 6. Help students to achieve those expectations
    and criteria.
  • 7. Respect diverse talents and ways of learning.
  • 8. Communicate high expectations.

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  • 9. Use problems, questions, or issues, not merely
    content coverage, as points of entry into the
    subject and as sources of motivation for
    sustained inquiry.
  • 10. Make courses assignment-centered rather than
    merely text- and lecture-centered. Then focus on
    helping students successfully complete the
    assignment.

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What are your passionate objectives?
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What do I want my students to learn? (Measurable
Objectives)
  • Students will be able to
  • Describe
  • Analyze
  • Argue
  • Solve
  • Create
  • Compare

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Measurable Objectives
  • Students will be able to
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What teaching strategieswill I use?
  • Passionate Objective
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What technologies are available?
  • Bulletin Board
  • Synchronous On-line chat
  • On-line quizzes
  • Presentation Software
  • E-mail
  • Web Pages
  • Interactive Course Software
  • Simulation
  • Course Cartridges

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Choose the Technology
  • Objective
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  • Strategy
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  • Technology
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Four Questions to Ask
  • Does the strategy help to build engagement and
    community?
  • Does the strategy lead to enhanced student
    learning?
  • Does the strategy fit my philosophies,
    priorities, and style of teaching?
  • Is it feasible?
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