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Title: Meeting the Global Needs of Students -- (PC - A07)


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Meeting the Global Needs of Students -- (PC - A07)
  • Ben Smith and Jared Mader
  • www.edtechinnovators.com
  • Red Lion Area School District
  • Saturday, June 06, 2015

2
About Us
  • Ben Smith
  • Physics Teacher
  • K-12 Science Coordinator
  • Technology Resource Teacher
  • Keystone Technology Integrator
  • Doctoral Student in Instructional Technology
  • STAR Discovery Educator
  • ISTE Consultant
  • BlendedSchools Consultant
  • Jared Mader
  • Director of Technology
  • Former Chemistry Teacher
  • Technology Staff Development Trainer
  • Keystone TechnologyIntegrator
  • Masters Student in Instructional Technology
  • STAR Discovery Educator
  • BlendedSchools Consultant

3
Workshop Information
  • Website www.edtechinnovators.com
  • Resources tab in the navigation
  • Pete C page for presentation files
  • Breaks/Bathroom
  • Lunch

4
Why Use Technology?
  • Make work easier - productivity
  • Typing, calculating, recording information
  • Help students learn better
  • Visualization, reading
  • Prepare students for 21st century jobs
  • Communicate
  • Collaborate
  • Be Creative
  • Solve Problems

Image from http//www.21stcenturyskills.org/
5
Todays Students
  • 21st Century Learners
  • Multitaskers
  • Text Messengers
  • Gamers
  • Appropriaters
  • Todays college students have spent
  • 5000 hours reading
  • 10000 hours gaming
  • 20000 hours watching TV

Marc Prensky - Digital Natives, Digital
Immigrants See Article
6
Ready or Not . . .The World is Different
Then Now
telecommunications audio tapes video tapes simulations email web projects problem-solving multimedia mobile access laptops (11 access) GIS/GPS systems instant messaging wikis / blogs MUVEs cell phones virtual reality
Then Now
telecommunications audio tapes video tapes simulations email web projects problem-solving multimedia mobile access laptops (11 access) GIS/GPS systems instant messaging wikis / blogs MUVEs cell phones virtual reality
7
National Educational Technology Standards for
Students
8
National Educational Technology Standards for
Teachers
9
National Educational Technology Standards for
Administrators
10
Knowing Content is NOT Enough
  • In order to be successful in the 21st Century,
    ALL students must be able to
  • Construct new understandings
  • Solve problems
  • Make decisions
  • Communicate and express themselves
  • Understand complex issues
  • Work collaboratively
  • Set goals and work to a timeline
  • Make ethical choices

11
A Taxonomy for Integrating Technology into
Diverse Classrooms
Increasing Complexity of Technology
Skills Technology choices become autonomous
Increasing Levels of Cognition Curriculum mastery
deepens
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How to Include ALL Students
  • Have students move through the taxonomy
    appropriate to their abilities.
  • As students acquire the skills of using a
    technology.
  • It becomes a tool they may choose
  • The emphasis of an activity shifts from the
    technology to the cognitive skills students must
    employ
  • Becomes invisible

14
Observing
  • Students are passive spectators of technology
  • Students view PowerPoint during lecture
  • Teacher uses Interactive Whiteboard during
    lecture
  • Students view websites on large screen
  • Students listen to a podcast

15
Incorporating
  • Students are leveraging technology to increase
    productivity
  • Type papers using Word
  • Make graphs with Excel
  • Online Searches
  • Calculators
  • Tutorials

16
Producing
  • Students create a product with a single
    technology
  • Students record a podcast
  • Students make a movie
  • Poster session in PowerPoint

17
Exploring
  • Students engage in discovery learning prior to
    formal instruction
  • Students use online applet to learn about a topic
  • Students conduct a lab, online

18
Collaborating
  • Students interact with peers, instructors, and
    outside resources
  • Students make group contributions in text format
    to a Wiki
  • Students work together on a Google Doc
  • Web 2.0 Tools mindomo, VoiceThread, etc.
  • Student email - Gaggle
  • Blogging

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Applying
  • Students are guided to combine and integrate
    technologies
  • Students use Office, Photos and Accompanying
    Software, and a Canvas interface to create lab
    report
  • Students use PowerPoint to make slides to import
    into iMovie
  • Students add movies, MP3s and images into a Wiki

20
Creating
  • Students are making sound choices about the
    appropriate synthesis of content and technology
    into a final product
  • Students are given an assignment and must choose
    the format for communicating information

21
How to Create
  • Creating the Canvas
  • Word, PowerPoint, Inspiration, Wikis, Google
    Docs
  • Learning to Paint
  • User Created Content Podcasts, Movies, Animoto,
    Mapping
  • Creative Process
  • Instructional Design Be Vague

22
The Newer Technologies
  • Wikispaces
  • Podcasting
  • Web 2.0 Tools
  • Word Processing / Spreadsheets
  • Lots of Extras
  • Blabberize, VoiceThread, Animoto, Google Earth
  • Bonus
  • Blogging and Moviemaking

23
Questions
  • Email info_at_edtechinnovators.com
  • Website www.edtechinnovators.com
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