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Sage on the Stage or. Guide on the Side?. Technology in higher education. Technology is more than using a power point in your presentation This power point does help the visual learners read as I speak Is this learning? Is this education?. Removing the Sage on the Stage.

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Sage on the stage or

Sage on the Stage or

Guide on the Side?

Technology in higher education
Technology in higher education

  • Technology is more than using a power point in your presentation

  • This power point does help the visual learners read as I speak

  • Is this learning?

  • Is this education?

Removing the sage on the stage
Removing the Sage on the Stage

  • Integrating various methods of learning can be easily resolved by using technology in a student-centered approach.

  • Our students are made up of members from the GenX and Millennial Generations

  • They are as familiar with technology as we were with a telephone as we grew up.

Our students
Our Students

  • Our students are familiar with email

  • Chat rooms

  • Keyboards—even if they don’t use proper typing techniques

  • Many know or have observed the use of spreadsheets, computer graphics, ipods, digital imagery.

Preparing their lives
Preparing their lives

  • Today’s workforce requires the ability to apply technology in various work situations.

  • Students must have more than memorized facts from us when they graduate from college.

  • How do we teach them to think?

Benjamin bloom
Benjamin Bloom

  • Bloom’s taxonomy is the most widely used and accepted taxonomy of cognitive development

  • Bloom’s taxonomy describes each level of the thinking process—forming an hierarchy

Bloom s taxonomy
Bloom’s Taxonomy

  • Knowledge—Recall information

  • Comprehension—Understand the meaning, translation and interpretation of instructions and problems.

  • Application—Uses a concept into a novel application in the classroom

  • Analysis—separates concepts into components so that the organizational structure may be understood.

Bloom s taxonomy cont
Bloom’s Taxonomy cont.

  • Synthesis—Builds a structure or pattern from various parts of information to create a new meaning or structure

  • Evaluation—Makes a judgment about the value of the ideas or material

  • Bloom describes 3 domains for learning---cognitive, affective, and psychomotor

Using technology
Using technology

  • Adding technology into your lesson plan and using Bloom’s taxonomy, students will learn and explore our teaching disciplines better and more fully.

  • Be aware of Bloom’s taxonomy when planning lesson plans where you are the “Guide on the Side”

  • Do this so students utilize more than knowledge and comprehension thinking skills

Student centered instruction
Student-Centered instruction

  • Puts the learning on the student

  • No longer about what the teacher knows and understands, but what the student knows and understands.

  • Emphasizes “understanding” one’s world!

  • Requires active processes and manipulation of information

Students strive
Students strive

  • Students strive to reduce the discrepancy of what is known and what is observed

  • This forces a motivation to develop new understanding

  • Knowledge is refined through self- and others (peers) for testing their understanding.

  • Students working in groups will test their own thinking and understanding compared to others around them.

Using computers
Using Computers

  • Should be used as a TOOL

  • AND NOT as a delivery method!!!

  • Computers and other technology should be used for students to experience learning using HIGHER Level thinking Skills. What are those from Bloom?

  • Analysis, Synthesis, and Evaluation

Teacher s time
Teacher’s Time

  • Forming a lesson plan utilizing one of the following techniques requires extra planning time; HOWEVER, the lesson plan can be re-used. Once made, it’s made and can be adjusted in following semesters.

  • Teachers can then work with individuals in the classroom more efficiently while ALL students are learning utilizing their higher levels of thinking!!

Two forms of integration
Two Forms of Integration

  • There are two basic forms of designing a lesson plan to utilize technology for deeper learning for our students

  • The NTeQ model and the Webquest model. Advantages:

  • Using National, State, and College standards and objectives allows a teacher to design lessons that are focused on the course’s objectives.

Advantages cont
Advantages, cont.

  • The assessment/evaluation of the project is clearly related to the lesson objective.

  • Lesson activities are defined from verbs using Bloom’s taxonomy and clear expectations for task

  • The Process of accomplishing the task is clearly stated in order for students to follow.

Your students
Your Students

  • If you are teaching by lecture and power point, you are now experiencing what your students are feeling in your classroom!!

  • Let’s get pro-active!

  • I have a Webquest for you to learn this information on Blackboard. I will get you into one of my courses and individually, and with a team assignment, you will follow the designed webquest. WE will share our information at the end of this session.