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EDCI 8265 Professional Development Project

Tempestt Adams, Jennifer Dashiell, Katie Golfus, Eugenia Hopper, & Nick Triplett

Centra Quick Tips

  • Press button or Ctrl Key to speak

  • Use button to ask questions

  • Use button for Yes, button for No

  • Use buttons for feedback - Step Out

  • Text Chat – type, then press Enter/Send


  • Information Communication Technologies (ICTs) and Web 2.0 tools

  • Strategies and examples applicable to critical pedagogical aspects

    • Instruction

    • Student Presentations

    • Group Work & Collaboration

  • Outline a process for “adapting and transforming” for your classroom

Lesson Presentation

Let’s Flip It!


Why the Flip? Can I Flip?


  • Computer with microphone

  • IPads

  • an account*Be sure to make creations public


  • Pre-made short clips by topic

  • Repetition of demonstration

  • Opportunity to adjust lesson pacing

No tech? No problem.

  • Presentations on the Smartboard in real time.

  • Student small group presentations using small white boards.

Lesson Presentation

Personalized Learning

Lesson Presentation

Personalized Learning Cont.

Personalized Learning


  • prepare small group/individual lessons in advance

  • short, pre-made lessons

  • teach groups simultaneously


  • an account

  • websites/resources

  • *desktop (internet)


  • an account

  • internet access

  • microphone

No tech? No problem.

  • Favorites designated on a computer, organized in a folder of appropriate websites with a corresponding packet of assignments

  • Video on portable device with corresponding packet of assignments

Student Presentations


  • static

  • monologues

  • unimodal


  • dynamic

  • dialogues

  • multimodal

What creative tools or approaches have you used for students to present their work? Share in the chat box.

The Portfolio

  • demonstrate learning in multiple ways

  • show growth

  • variety of artifacts




  • combine student-created and found artifacts

  • multimedia resources

  • comment and collaborate

  • no public speaking!


  • computers and Internet access

  • knowledge of saving and uploading files

No tech? No problem.

  • accumulation

  • variety

  • creativity

  • group creation

  • sticky notes

Working Together- E-Reading!!!!


  • Handheld device

  • Electronic versions of books, newspapers, magazines

    Various forms

  • Tablets, app versions

Working Together-Good Stuff???

Wear and tear

Electronic bookmarks

Continuous access

Eliminates check-in/check-out

Less expensive

Tech appeal

Less is more (in groups)

Working Together-Optimus Prime

Quality product

  • Ex.- exploding e-readers

    Wi-fi or USB access to text


  • Download text and other materials

Working Together- Tradition????

Easier to assign work

Guaranteed access to same material

“Highlight/write in book”

Cuts materials

Working Together-Alternatives

No e-reader??? No problem!

Document Camera

  • Supplement with smart board technology

  • Write

  • Highlight

Working Together-BYOD

Personal e-reader, cellphone

  • NOT school issued


  • Progress tracking, grades, etc.

  • Students and teachers see everything together


  • Easily sidetracked

Adapting and Transforming

Think of your experiences as a practitioner using tech tools. Lets share some examples of success stories. How about some examples of obstacles?

Adapting and Transforming

Levels of access and implementation vary between and within schools/classrooms.

Using a process can help realize the pedagogical benefits of tech tools across various contexts

Adapting and Transforming

1. Identify a tech tool

2. Analyze the pedagogical benefits

3. Optimum use?

4. Reverse engineering and limited resources

5. Bring your own device (BYOD)?


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