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How Technology Tools Are Changing Teaching and Learning. By: Mary O’Connell The Teachers’ Lounge St. Louis, MO. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v= GegtmIJPdrM. What is 21 st Century Education?. What’s the Big Deal About Using Technology in the classroom?.

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How technology tools are changing teaching and learning

How Technology Tools Are Changing Teaching and Learning

By: Mary O’Connell

The Teachers’ Lounge

St. Louis, MO


What is 21 st century education

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GegtmIJPdrM

What is 21st Century Education?


What s the big deal about using technology in the classroom

What’s the Big Deal About Using Technology in the classroom?

•Easily allows a teacher to promote 21st Century Skills


21 st century skills basics

21st Century Skills Basics

•4 Core Beliefs

•Collaboration

•Critical Thinking

•Problem Solving

•Digital Literacy

•Easily allows students to conduct research on a daily basis

•Students need to master content while producing, synthesizing and evaluating information from a wide variety of sources.


What this learning should look like is up to interpretation

What this learning should look like is up to interpretation

•With instant global communication and instant access to information, it’s not just enough to “know facts”


What this learning should look like is up to interpretation1

What this learning should look like is up to interpretation

•Need well-prepared teachers

•Utilize technology while ensuring students still master content and skills

•Will allow teachers to create an engaging and personalized environment for each student


What this learning should look like is up to interpretation2

What this learning should look like is up to interpretation

•Will give us a new model for education

•Learner-driven

•Students take ownership of learning

•”Borderless” learning

•New push to make all kids learners for life


What this learning should look like is up to interpretation3

What this learning should look like is up to interpretation

“21st century technology should be seen as an opportunity to acquire more knowledge, not an excuse to know less.”

-Lynne Munson

President and Executive Director, Common Core


What does this mean for your store

What DOES THIS Mean for your store?

  • Look for products that can enhance or add to the learning in the classrooms

  • Suggest apps or websites along with products that go along with the targeted learning goals


Language arts activity

Language Arts Activity

  • Learning Goal: Identify action verbs

  • Ipad: Students act out action verbs and take pictures; create a collage of verbs using the app Pic Collage

  • Extension: Play Hammer Grammar game from book Games Galore Language Arts Mailbox Grades 1-3


How technology tools are changing teaching and learning

Taking pictures with iPad; inserting them in Pic Collage


Hammer grammar

Hammer Grammar


Interactive white board ready files

Interactive White Board ready Files


Interactive white board ready files1

Interactive White Board Ready Files


Splash math app

SPLASH Math APP


Ccss collaborative cards algebraic thinking by didax

CCSS Collaborative Cards Algebraic Thinking by Didax


Qr codes in the classroom

QR Codes in the Classroom

•QR Codes are barcodes that can:

•Take you to a website

•Link you to a video

•Show you a text message

•Step 1: Download a free QR Reader App (Qrafter)

•Step 2: Generate a QR Code (http://www.qrstuff.com)

•Step 3: Download the QR Code to your computer and save it in a document


Qr extension

QR Extension


Modeling for teachers

MODELING for Teachers

  • During workshops or classes, model a lesson

  • Incorporate technology and the use of a product


How we get around

How We Get Around

Learning Goals:

Determine grade level vocabulary (RI.1.4)

Participate in collaborate conversations in small or large groups (RSL.1.1)

Compare and contrast details in a text (RI.1.9)


Academic vocabulary level 1

Academic Vocabulary Level 1


Have you ever strategy

Have You Ever? strategy


Introduction to vocabulary

Introduction to Vocabulary


Small group discussion

Small Group Discussion

  • What different methods of transportation do you use?

  • What are the advantages of using a car to get to different places?

  • What is one disadvantage to using a car to get around?


Types of transportation

Types of Transportation

Look at the app With Transportation I Learn (View scenes I learn sounds, words, travel)

Or view Transportation app

Pick 4 types of transportation from app

Draw picture of each mode of transportation

Complete each sentence

This type of transportation is a ______. It moves people _______________.


Word hunt

WordHunt


Getting around word translations

Getting Around Word Translations

An airplane or an automobile will help you travel somewhere far away.

An aircraft or a car will help you travel somewhere far away.

One of the advantages of air travel is getting to a place fast.

One of the benefits of air travel is getting to a place fast.


Lewis and clark

Lewis and Clark

  • Learning Goal: Examine the Lewis and Clark expedition

  • Activity: Complete scavenger hunt using Lewis and Clark app from National Geographic

  • Extension: Read and complete article from Nonfiction Comprehension Test Practice


Nonfiction practice

Nonfiction Practice

  • High- interest stories from Time for Kids

  • Sentence comprehension

  • Paragraph comprehension

  • Whole story comprehension

  • Critical thinking questions


21 st century learner

21st Century learner

  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c0xa98cy-Rw


How technology tools are changing teaching and learning

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