Integrating Technology Into the Curriculum. Session 10: Managing Technology in the Classroom & Digital Citizenship. Agenda. Centering exercise Announcements / reminders Integrating and Managing Technology in the Classroom Digital citizenship presentations / discussion Break
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Managing Technology in the Classroom
Announcements / reminders
Integrating and Managing Technology in the Classroom
Digital citizenship presentations / discussion
TPCK: Technological, Pedagogical and Content Knowledge
Technology Integration Planning
Each knowledge domain interacts with the others, so…
Just as pedagogical knowledge will affect content knowledge and vice versa; technological knowledge will affect the other knowledges.
And they will affect technology integration.
What are your goals?
Based on student needs:
Dimensions of tech use
Roblyer and Doering strategies grid
(also linked from Integration Strategies page of wiki)
Lesson goals always come first.
Consider what technology will support lesson where.
Consider available resources (time, equipment, your skills, student skills).
Consider appropriate technology integration strategy for lesson goals (drill, tutor, webquest, PBL, etc.)
Wiki page on Managing tech in the classroom
Incorporate technology into lesson plan.
Focus the students.
Practice, practice, practice on equipment you will be using.
Prepare for the worst, hope for the best.
And after it happens…
Reflect on what happened, how to do better.
Be friends with the school’s tech coordinator
Have a Plan B and a Plan C
“It worked fine at home!”
Do as much prep work as possible so students can focus on lesson essentials.
“Citizen - A person that is a legally recognized as a member of a state, with associated rights and obligations”
Member of a community.
“Students understand human, cultural, and societal issues related to technology and practice legal and ethical behavior.
advocate and practice safe, legal, and responsible use of information and technology.
exhibit a positive attitude toward using technology that supports collaboration, learning, and productivity.
demonstrate personal responsibility for lifelong learning.
exhibit leadership for digital citizenship.”
Marshall McLuhan etc. again
Technologies = media
Changes in media: enhance, obsolesce, recover, reverse
Changes in media require a revisit to norms of relationships
Good manners are always in style
Are children spending too much time with media?
How should schools respond?
Do you spend too much time with media?
10 minutes please…
In small groups: