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Title: PowerPoint Presentation - Technology in Education


1
Adina Alexandru, Ed. D. Southington Public
Schools AATF, Chicago, July 2012
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Did you know? 88 of educators considered
technology essential to teaching and learning AND
95 believe that technology improves student
learning. Yet only 32 of educators use
technology to instruct students. Teachers use
computers several times a week for lesson
preparation, but only once or twice a year for
instruction! Why? Technologies may not align
with the current curriculum. The teachers own
lack of computer expertise and time constraints
The wrong approach (focus on technology first not
learner goals)
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Individual Brainstorming Activity
  • What types of technology do you use in your
    classes? Is it paid/free?
  • When you use technology, why do you use it? (give
    example).
  • When you do not use technology why do you make
    that choice? (give example)
  • What are some of the biggest challenges you face
    when using technology?

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Integrating Technology May
  • Change the way you teach
  • Change the way you interact with your students
  • Change the expectations you have for your
    students
  • Give you more options to present the materials
  • Free you to really do what you do best TEACH!

5
Planning the When
  • Use a defined task to determine how long each
    student or group can be at the computer
  • Be fair
  • Be realistic
  • Be consistent
  • Have the computer in use all the time

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Planning the How
  • Develop a system for using the computers (lang.
    lab, etc.)
  • Think small (one project at a time)
  • Create a homepage with agendas and links
  • Assign learning groups (you will achieve better
    results when students can bounce ideas)

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Planning the How contd
  • Enforce expectations (write them out and share
    them with the students)
  • Use students as computer helpers
  • Use scaffolds
  • Checklists
  • Templates
  • .

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Booms Taxonomy revised to incorporate the 21st
century skills
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Original Terms New Terms
  • Evaluation
  • Synthesis
  • Analysis
  • Application
  • Comprehension
  • Knowledge
  • Creating
  • Evaluating
  • Analyzing
  • Applying
  • Understanding
  • Remembering

(Based on Pohl, 2000, Learning to Think, Thinking
to Learn, p. 8)
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Two old time favorites
  • Voki
  • Google applications
  • Create your own customized avatar.
  • Change the appearance of the avatar, pick a
    background, and best of all, make it talk!
  • You can add your voice by phone, microphone, or
    use text-to-speech to make it use a computerized
    voice.
  • My message
  • Student HW
  • documents, presentations, spreadsheets, drawings,
    forms.
  • Create surveys
  • Participant view
  • Results view

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Submitting homework assignments with Google Docs
  • A quick, easy way for students to complete and
    submit a homework assignment is with Google Docs.
  • Teachers can share the link for the assignment so
    that students have a blank worksheet.
  • Student HW
  • They can complete it in G Docs, and then either
    save and share their own link with the teacher or
    email it back to their teacher. Of course that
    this means that students need to have Gmail
    accounts.

12
wordle
  • Wordle.net
  • Great pre-reading activity
  • Pre-reading activity AP French
  • Select an AP level article
  • Write 10-12 key words from the new text
  • Place the students in small groups
  • Ask them to elaborate on what the story might be
    about based on the wordle
  • Ask them to anticipate the characters, the plot,
    the storyline or to make predictions

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Après lecture - Texte AP
  • Fellag
  • Choix multiple
  • Quelle structure ou organisation est mise en
    place dans les villes concernant les maquisards
  • ils agissaient à leur propre volonté
  • ils travaillaient seulement pendant la nuit sous
    la toile
  • ils racolaient les sympathisants du Comité du
    Salut
  • ils ne travaillaient pas dune façon organise
    dans les villes mais seulement dans les campagnes
  • Pourquoi le narrateur et ses amis boivent-ils?
  • parce que l'air est très sec
  • pour mieux comprendre la situation
  • pour oublier leurs problèmes
  • pour s'encourager
  •  
  • Que veut dire que le pays est mené "à
    vau-l'eau"?
  • de pire en pire
  • en danger
  • à une résolution
  • en confusion
  • Dans le texte (ligne.) qui sont les maquisards
    par rapport au Front Islamique du Salut ? Quel
    rôle jouent-ils? Quel est leur but ?
  • Ils sont de très bons copains avec les membres du
    Front
  • Ce sont les protecteurs des valeurs
    traditionnelles datant du moyen âge

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Other favorite applications
  • Vialogues
  • Prezi
  • Exemple du vidéo avec des questions  le
    racisme 
  • Vialogues supports meaningful discussions around
    video.
  • Vialogues gives you the opportunity to
    participate in a focused environment, absorb the
    content of a video while commenting on it.
  • Keep your students current with news casts, press
    conferences, and raw news footage.
  • YouTube has millions of movie clips. Bring these
    movies or clips to life for your class!
  • Record and upload your classroom lectures so
    students can annotate the lesson with their
    questions and comments.
  • projects (skits, debates, presentations, displays)
  • Un projet pour commencer lannée
  • Student HW  mes vacances dété 

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Socrative
  • Quick Overview
  • Teachers and students can use Socrative on any
    device with a web browser (tablets, smartphones,
    laptops, iPod Touches, etc.).
  • Teachers login at t.socrative.com by entering
    their email and password.
  • Students login at m.socrative.com by entering the
    "virtual room number" provided by the teacher.
    Students will then see "Waiting for teacher to
    start an activity...".
  • Teachers initiate an activity by selecting it on
    their main screen (e.g. Multiple Choice, T/F,
    Quick Quiz).
  • Students respond on their devices.
  • Students' results are visible on the Teacher's
    screen or sent in an email.
  • Example SOC-278185 room 90614
  • A similar but more simplistic app. is MOARS
    (Mobile Audience Response System). MOARS is a
    free, open-source system for students to use with
    iPod Touch or iPhones only.

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Instant audience response
  • A similar but more simplistic app. is MOARS
    (Mobile Audience Response System). MOARS is a
    free, open-source system for students to use with
    iPod Touch or iPhones.
  • Poll everywhere - standard web technology. It is
    an easy way to gather live responses in any
    venue conferences, presentations, classrooms,
    radio, tv, print. Example favorite conference

17
Historypin
  • .
  • http//connectingwithhistorypin.wikispaces.com/
  • Connects with ACTFL Standard
  • Connects with 21st Century World Language Skills

18
The networked teacher by Alec Courosa
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Digital stoytelling
http//digitalstorytelling.coe.uh.edu/storyboardin
g.html While the above examples demonstrate how
digital storytelling is used to teach ESL, the
same ideas can be applied to teach any vocabulary
in a foreign language.
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Cool websites
  • Wiki
  • Glogster
  • Prezi
  • Cloze builder Cloze Passage Builders
  • Example
  • Graphic organizers (popplet, bubbl.us, Cayra,
    Text2MindMap

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Twitter
What is Twitter? Twitter is a real-time
information network that connects you to the
latest information about what you
find interesting. Simply find the public streams
you find most compelling and follow the
conversations. Twitter has simply become one of
the best places for teachers to collaborate,
share solutions to common classroom problems, and
discuss education policy. In fact, it might just
be the best forum teachers have ever had. Liz
Dwyer
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Applications in the classroom
1. Tweet about upcoming due dates or
assignments. Set up a feed dedicated exclusively
to due dates, tests or quizzes. 2. Coordinate
assignments. Use Twitter to collaborate on
different projects and keep a quick reference on
any changes. 3. Set up a foreign language news
stream. Keep foreign language students informed
of current events from relevant nations while
challenging them to use their translation skills
by keeping a specific news feed. 4. Connect
classrooms. Teachers and students from around the
world can collaborate on projects using Twitter
as a communication tool that educates students in
different classroom and cultural protocols. 5.
Post sample questions. Use Twitter to post up
sample questions for upcoming exams for students
to research and consider 6. Post supplementary
materials. Re-tweet articles, news stories,
opinions and other interesting tidbits relevant
to a specific class as an excellent, convenient
supplement to classroom lectures. 7. Facilitate
discussions. Require students to post their own
succinct responses to the main theses and open up
discussions with one another.
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Tweeter feeds
To get started, you may choose to follow these
people _at_web20classroom _at_tmsaue1 _at_ct_aatf
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Dragon Dictation from itunes
  • Dragon Dictation 2.0 is an easy-to-use voice
    recognition application powered by Dragon
    NaturallySpeaking that allows you to easily speak
    and instantly see your text in a TARGET LANGUAGE
    content for everything from email messages to
    blog posts on your iPad, iPhone or iPod touch.
  • With Dragon Dictation 2.0, you can dictate status
    updates directly to your Social Networking
    applications (Facebook and Twitter), send text or
    email your friends, send notes and reminders to
    yourself all using your voice. The new Dragon
    Dictation 2.0 also features multilingual
    capabilities, giving you the option to switch
    between a variety of languages.

26
Speech to Text in Google Chrome
  • Speech to text technology can be also very
    pricey. Adding a speech recognition option to
    your computer doesn't have to be expensive if you
    use Google's Chrome web browser one of the apps
    you can add is the Speech Recognizer.
  • The Speech Recognizer is available as a free and
    easy to use application.  After installing it,
    you launch it and click the microphone. You can
    now start recording your voice. The Speech
    Recognizer will type out your text when you
    finish recording. You can then copy and paste
    your text to a document you have opened in Google
    Docs.
  • The Speech Recognizer could be a good resource
    for students who need assistance generating text
    documents on a computer.

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Zamzar
  • Free
  • Conversion software for documents, music, and
    videos.
  • www.zamzar.com

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TubeChop
  • Free
  • Allows you to edit YouTube videos to only the
    selection you are interested in showing.
  • 1. . Find the video you want to chop. 2. Select
    cut interesting part of the video. 3. Share it
    with friends.
  • www.tubechop.com

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Moodle
  • Moodle is a management system that enables
    educators to create dynamic online sites,
    supplement F2F instruction, create wikis,
    databases and forums to foster collaborative
    learning communities.
  • Here are some example for using Moodle
  • http//courses.moodleshare.com/
  • Moodle is also available as a Microsoft Office
    Add-in. You can use it to open and save office
    documents housed in Moodle to create parents
    accounts, students accounts, annotate
    assignments, create quizzes, submit quizzes and
    grade quizzes
  • http//help.edmodo.com/edmodo-in-action/

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Moodle Meets
  • Moodle Meets are free, 5 day online professional
    development courses led by experienced educators.
    Moodle Meet topics focus on the resources and
    skills needed to use technology in the classroom
    as well as on the skills needed to teach and
    learn in a virtual environment. They are
    Professional learning Potlucks. A concentrated
    week of discussion, collaboration and resource
    sharing.

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http//www.classroom20.com
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http//www.classroom20.com/group/pd/forum/topic/sh
ow?id649749Topic762298xg_sourcemsg
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Edmodo
  • Social learning network similar to Facebook
    designed specifically for foreign language
    students and teachers teachers post assignments
    and reminders of upcoming quizzes and tests,
    students can also post their own topics. This
    site gives the possibility for communicative
    language practice (as opposed to practicing
    vocabulary or verb conjugations in isolation).
    This is a way for students to do the majority of
    preparation at home and practice actively with us
    in class!. This allows students to hand in
    homework via the Edmodo interface and eliminate
    paper altogether!
  • In preparation for this application at the
    beginning of the year survey students regarding
    their access to technology at home. If you have
    student with no access at home you can always
    encourage them to use the school computers in the
    library during study halls or after school. This
    way all students can post and comment every day.

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Great resources for iPods/iPads
  • http//its.leesummit.k12.mo.us/mobile_learning.htm
  • http//teachwithyouripad.wikispaces.com/iPadApps

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Thank you!
  • Questions? Feel free to contact me at
  • Adina Alexandru aalexandru_at_southingtonschools.org
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