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INTEGRATING TECHNOLOGY IN THE CLASSROOM: WEBSITES K-12. Franklin Township Public Schools Professional Development October 11, 2010. The Focus of Today’s PD. Examples of technology integration. 2009 Technology standards. 2009 21 st Century Life and Careers standards.

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Integrating technology in the classroom websites k 12

INTEGRATING TECHNOLOGY IN THE CLASSROOM:WEBSITES K-12

Franklin Township Public Schools

Professional Development

October 11, 2010


The focus of today s pd

The Focus of Today’s PD

Examples of technology integration.

2009 Technology standards.

2009 21st Century Life and Careers standards.

Classroom Application Documents

Technology Toolbox

Explore websites for ideas to integrate technology in the classroom.

Provide hands-on experience utilizing websites to integrate technology across the curriculum.


Integrating technology in the classroom websites k 121

INTEGRATING TECHNOLOGY IN THE CLASSROOM:WEBSITES K-12

All of the opportunities presented today are available for free.


Teachers as facilitators of learning

Teachers as facilitators of learning


Students shift from passive to interactive learning

A sample School Garden Project but often student directed.

Incorporating a 21st century standard 9.1.4.D.1 with literacy 3.1.1G.2, math 4.2.2.D.3, and science 5.3.2.B.1.

Students shift from passive to interactive learning

This gardening sharetab consolidates the links needed for a student project.

http://sharetabs.com/?gardeningandfood2


Teacher activity

Teacher Activity but often student directed.

  • Create your own sharetab:

  • Go to http://sharetabs.com/


Teacher activity continued

Teacher Activity but often student directed.(continued)

  • Type a list of related links for a project.

  • You may personalize the link if you want.

  • Click the Tabify ’em! button at the bottom.


Teacher activity continued1

Teacher Activity but often student directed.(continued)

  • The website will return a link for you to use.


A sample literacy activity

A sample Literacy activity but often student directed.

Students shift from passive to interactive learning

Incorporating a technology standard 8.1.2.A.5, with a literacy standard 3.1.1G.2

Many of the interactive storybooks are also available in Spanish.

This literacy sharetab consolidates the links needed for student activities.

http://sharetabs.com/?literacyactivity


A sample math activity using virtual manipulatives

A sample math activity using virtual manipulatives but often student directed.

Students shift from passive to interactive learning

Incorporating a technology standard 8.1.2.A.5, with math standards 4.1.2.A.1 and 4.2.2.A.4

This math sharetab consolidates the links needed for student activities.

http://sharetabs.com/?mathactivity


Demonstrating and assessing learning

Demonstrating and assessing learning but often student directed.

civil rights project (animoto.com)

stay safe online (schooltube.com)

alphabet (animoto.com)

fish story (voicethread.com)

surfometry (voicethread.com)

  • Using Web 2.0 tools, students are empowered to demonstrate learning in a variety of ways.

  • Assessment and feedback are varied and individualized.


Technology supports data driven instruction

Technology Supports but often student directed. Data Driven Instruction

Polleverywhere (No sign up required!)

  • Teachers collect data to drive instruction.

  • Future lessons may target small groups or individuals.

  • Data can be collected via web or mobile phone. (click below to vote via web)


Voting via the web. but often student directed.

Voting via the web.

http://www.polleverywhere.com/multiple_choice_polls/MTcxODIzMTMzMA/web


Voting via text. but often student directed.

Click to view live results.

http://www.polleverywhere.com/multiple_choice_polls/MTcxODIzMTMzMA


Teacher activity1

Teacher Activity but often student directed.

Create a poll for your class

  • Ideas for questions:

  • Check for understanding to drive future instruction.

  • Pre-test or post-test question.

  • Class vote on an issue.


Teacher activity continued2

Teacher Activity but often student directed.(continued)

  • Go to Polleverywhere and click create your first poll.


Teacher activity continued3

Teacher Activity but often student directed.(continued)

  • Click multiple choice poll.


Teacher activity continued4

Teacher Activity but often student directed.(continued)

  • Type your question and possible answers.

  • Click on the save new poll button.


Teacher activity continued5

Teacher Activity but often student directed.(continued)

  • Your graph is returned and waits for votes.


Teacher activity continued6

Teacher Activity but often student directed.(continued)

  • Enable web voting to allow voting via the web.


Summary

Summary but often student directed.

  • Teachers can become facilitators by using sharetabs to organize standards based learning opportunities.

  • Students can be empowered to become interactive rather than passive learners by utilizing various web based tools.

  • Teachers can open up new avenues for students to demonstrate learning via Web 2.0 tools such as Animoto, Schooltube, and Voicethread.

  • Teachers can vary and individualize their feedback via Web 2.0 tools.

  • Technology can support data driven instruction by creating classroom polls with Polleverywhere.


Teacher activity2

Teacher Activity but often student directed.

This sharetab consolidates the links to all the free tools presented today.

www.sharetabs.com

www.animoto.com

www.voicethread.com

www.schooltube.com

www.polleverywhere.com

http://www.sharetabs.com/?freetools2


Links for integration

Links For Integration but often student directed.

These links will give you ideas for integrating technology into your lessons.

http://www.literacy.uconn.edu/teachers.htm

http://illuminations.nctm.org/ActivitySearch.aspx

http://literacynetwork.verizon.org/TLN/

http://www.pbs.org/teachers/

http://www.sciencenetlinks.com/matrix.php


Review 2009 standards

Review 2009 Standards but often student directed.

Technology http://www.nj.gov/education/aps/cccs/tech/standards.htm

21st Centruy Life and Careers http://www.nj.gov/education/aps/cccs/career/


Classroom application documents

Classroom Application Documents but often student directed.

Essential Questions and Enduring Understandings

Content and Cumulative Progress Indicators (CPIs)

Classroom Applications including Instructional Guidance and Sample Assessments

http://www.njcccs.org/search.aspx


Technology toolbox
Technology Toolbox but often student directed.

A list of tools that are included in the Classroom Application Documents and/or Unit/Lesson Plan exemplars.

http://www.njcccs.org/TechnologyToolbox.aspx


Teacher activity3

Teacher Activity but often student directed.

  • Please use the remaining time to:

    • Review the 2009 standards

    • Explore the links provided

    • Create free accounts if needed

    • Create an integrated lesson plan

Thank you!


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INTEGRATING TECHNOLOGY IN THE CLASSROOM: but often student directed.WEBSITES K-12

Franklin Township Public Schools

Professional Development

October 11, 2010

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