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Technology in Education. Georgette Sahm [email protected] Georgette Sahm. Public School Teacher - 16 years Teaching Experience Gateway - Home Economics grades 7 - 12 WT - Computer Literacy grades 6 - 8 Rowan - Graduate and Undergraduate Computer Literacy

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Technology in Education

Georgette Sahm

[email protected]


Georgette Sahm

  • Public School Teacher - 16 years

  • Teaching Experience

    • Gateway - Home Economics grades 7 - 12

    • WT - Computer Literacy grades 6 - 8

    • Rowan - Graduate and Undergraduate Computer Literacy

  • Masters in Instructional Technology

  • Courseware Management Specialist at Rowan University

  • Train faculty - Bb-CE Online software, Macintosh computers and MS Office.


Alternate Route Web Site

users.rowan.edu/~orlando

  • Payment Information & Form

  • Phase II Schedule

  • Weekday & Saturday class dates

  • Emergency announcements

  • Web Sites


Digital Natives or Digital Immigrants

1990

Email is 23 year old and personal computers are 16 years old


1990 - Tim Berners-Lee creates the World Wide Web program

1996 - Palm Pilot

1997 - AIM - Instant Messaging

1997 - Blogs

1999 - Napster

Ten Years Old


2001 – Wikipedia

2002 – iPod

2003 - My Space

2004 - Facebook and Podcast

2005 – YouTube

2007 - iPhone

17 Years Old


Opening Assignment

  • List three types technology that you personally use every day and explain how you use them.

  • List three types of technology that you use in your classroom and how you use them

    3. Would you take this class online?


Plan

Organize

Build

Save Save Save

BACK UP!!!!!


15Highly EffectiveInstructional TechnologyTools


Tool 1 -Textbooks & Teaching Kits

  • Evaluate a Textbook - Compare current text and two others (pg 3 - 9)

  • Teaching Kits - What’s included?

  • http://www.free.ed.gov

  • Free Teaching Kits

Check the Publisher’s Website for “Teaching Kits”.


Tool 2Instructional Boards

  • White on Black and Yellow on Green

  • White Boards

  • Smartboards

  • Bulletin Boards

    • Static

    • Interactive

  • 15 hints (pg 17)


Tool 3 Learning Centers & Learning Stations

  • Individual or small groups

  • Self- Instructing

  • Student Paced

  • Designed for different purposes

    • Introduce, develop, reinforce concepts, develop awareness, foster enrichment, create interest.


Tool 4Lettering Machines & Die-Cut Letters

  • Use proper Lettering Guidelines (pg 30)

  • Letters

    • Handmade, Ready Made Letters, Mechanical Letters, Computer Generated.

  • Die Cut Machines - Ellison and AccuCut

  • Fonts

    • Download free fonts - http://www.dafont.com

    • Take it with you!


Tool 5 Overhead Projectors & Transparencies

  • Overhead Projectors

    • Parts - Page 39

    • The spare

    • 90 degree to screen

  • Transparencies

    • What type of film?

    • Special Markers

    • Handmade, Copying Machines, Computer Generated


Tool 6Content Area Standards & Technology Standards


Tool 7The Internet

  • Connecting

  • Browsers and Browsing

  • Communicating - email, chat, blogs

  • Social Networking: Facebook, YouTube, MySpace, LinkedIn

  • Safety

  • Music

  • Podcasting


Tool 8 Search Engines & The World Wide Web

  • Search Engines

  • Search Strategies


Tool 9 Teacher and Student Web Sites

  • Starting Points - Page 80

    • Kathy Schrock’s Guide - school.discovery.com/schrockguide

    • Education World- www.educationworld.com

    • Federal Resources for Educational Excellence www.ed.gov/free

    • Scholastic - www.scholastic.com

  • Dr. Levy’s Page - users.rowan.edu/~levy


Tool 10Scavenger Hunts & Web Quests

  • Scavenger Hunts - Page 93

    • Teaching Searching Skills

    • Search one site

    • Search at specific web sites

  • Filamentality

    • Lesson Web Page Creator Page 99


WebQuests

… inquiry-oriented activities in which students interact with resources on the Internet.


Building Blocks for a WebQuest


Teacher

Use those already produced on the Internet

Produce your own

Modify one you like

Use educational resources

Learner

Work cooperatively

Research using sites provided

Produce final project as a newsletter, PowerPoint, oral report, poster, etc.

Construct own as a project

WebQuests


Short-term WebQuests

  • Complete in 2-3 periods

  • Goal is knowledge acquisition

  • Learner deals with new information

  • Makes sense of information; can put it to use


Long-Term WebQuests

  • Can take several weeks, or 1-2 months

  • Goal: extend and refine knowledge

  • Student analyzes a body of knowledge; transforms it; demonstrates understanding through project or presentation.


Why Use WebQuests?

  • Increase student motivation

  • Develop thinking skills

  • Cooperative learning process

  • Work with real resources

  • Questions that prompt higher level thinking

  • Students take on a role in a group


Sample WebQuests

  • On the Cutting Edge

  • Gobal Warming

  • The Ocean’s in Trouble

  • Spooky Spiders and Creepy Crawly Insects

  • Creep Crawly Insects

  • Evaluate - page 98


Tool 12Drawing Tools & Clip Art

  • Draw Tools

  • Graphics

    • File Formats

    • Clip Art sources

    • Download

  • Editing Images

    • Reduce Image File Size


Tool 11Web Pages

  • Parts of a Web Page

  • Create a Web Site

    • Plan and Organize

    • Gather Images, links

    • Compose pages - text, images, links

    • Save, Save, Save

    • Proof and test it

    • Publish

    • Update Regularly


Tool 13Digital Images & Video

  • Digital Input

    • Cameras, scanners, touch screens, Electronic Whiteboards, Web Cams

  • Digital Output

    • Video projector, Storage, CD, DVD

  • Digital Video Camcorders

  • Digital Video Editing

    • Windows Movie Maker

    • iMovie


Tool 14Presentation Software & PowerPoint

  • Presentation Software

    • Text, graphics, photos, animation, charts, audio, video, interactivity, and links

  • PowerPoint

    • Tips - page 146

    • Life After Death by PowerPoint


Teacher

Present Lectures

Introduce Concepts

Review Material

Show Photos

Make Overheads

Produce Quizzes

Learner

Produce a Portfolio

Present Projects

Write a Book

Make a Family Album

Construct a Scrapbook

Tool 14PowerPoint


Teacher

Provide simulated experiences

Allow students to work at own pace without assistance

Take students to new places

Teach without assistance

Educate, while entertaining

Learner

Become active participant

Receive individual attention

Experience Real-life Situations

Compose Music

Perform Science Experiments

Educational Software


Tool 15Concept Maps & Inspiration

  • Gives visual presences to ideas and concepts

  • Concept Map shows the relationships between concepts.

  • Software - Inspiration

  • Concept Map Formats

    • Unstructured

    • Structured


Teacher

Prepare Lesson Plans

Produce Venn Diagrams

Create Idea Maps

Set up Assignment Plan

Brainstorm Ideas with Class

Learner

Create a Character Web

Write a Lab Report

Analyze a Historical Period

Chart a Persuasive Essay

Storyboard a Project

Inspiration


Web Subscriptions

  • Eduhound

  • The Journal

  • Tech&Learning

Free Free Free


Plan

Organize

Build

Save Save Save

BACK UP!!!!!


Final AssignmentUsing one thing that you learned during today’s workshop, explain in detail how you would implement it into your classesBe specificHand in your assignment.


Questions


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