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Edci 8265 professional development project

EDCI 8265 Professional Development Project

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


Edci 8265 professional development project

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


Introduction

Introduction

  • 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

Lesson Presentation

Let’s Flip It!

Educreations


Why the flip can i flip

Why the Flip? Can I Flip?

Requirements

  • Computer with microphone

  • IPads

  • an account*Be sure to make creations public

Benefits

  • Pre-made short clips by topic

  • Repetition of demonstration

  • Opportunity to adjust lesson pacing


No tech no problem

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


Lesson presentation personalized learning cont

Lesson Presentation

Personalized Learning Cont.


Personalized learning

Personalized Learning

Benefits

  • prepare small group/individual lessons in advance

  • short, pre-made lessons

  • teach groups simultaneously

RequirementsBlendspace:

  • an account

  • websites/resources

  • *desktop (internet)

    Learnzillion:

  • an account

  • internet access

  • microphone


No tech no problem1

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

Student Presentations

Before

  • static

  • monologues

  • unimodal

After

  • dynamic

  • dialogues

  • multimodal

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


The portfolio

The Portfolio

  • demonstrate learning in multiple ways

  • show growth

  • variety of artifacts


Livebinder

Livebinder


Livebinder1

Livebinder

Benefits

  • combine student-created and found artifacts

  • multimedia resources

  • comment and collaborate

  • no public speaking!

Requirements

  • computers and Internet access

  • knowledge of saving and uploading files


No tech no problem2

No tech? No problem.

  • accumulation

  • variety

  • creativity

  • group creation

  • sticky notes


Working together e reading

Working Together- E-Reading!!!!

E-readers

  • Handheld device

  • Electronic versions of books, newspapers, magazines

    Various forms

  • Tablets, app versions


Working together good stuff

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

Working Together-Optimus Prime

Quality product

  • Ex.- exploding e-readers

    Wi-fi or USB access to text

    Multi-function

  • Download text and other materials


Working together tradition

Working Together- Tradition????

Easier to assign work

Guaranteed access to same material

“Highlight/write in book”

Cuts materials


Working together alternatives

Working Together-Alternatives

No e-reader??? No problem!

Document Camera

  • Supplement with smart board technology

  • Write

  • Highlight


Working together byod

Working Together-BYOD

Personal e-reader, cellphone

  • NOT school issued

    Privacy

  • Progress tracking, grades, etc.

  • Students and teachers see everything together

    Disadvantage

  • Easily sidetracked


Adapting and transforming

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 transforming1

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 transforming2

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)?


Questions

Questions?


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