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From Flipped to Foundational: Integrating Technology in the ELA Classroom. Kathryn Lutton Central High School, Knox County TCTE Conference September 27, 2013. Common CORE ELA Shifts. Building knowledge through content-rich nonfiction

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From flipped to foundational integrating technology in the ela classroom

From Flipped to Foundational: Integrating Technology in the ELA Classroom

Kathryn Lutton

Central High School, Knox County

TCTE Conference

September 27, 2013


Common core ela shifts

Common CORE ELA Shifts

  • Building knowledge through content-rich nonfiction

  • Reading, writing and speaking grounded in evidence from text, both literary and informational

  • Regular practice with complex text and its academic language


The ela classroom a place for technology use

The ELA Classroom: A Place for Technology Use

“Students employ technology thoughtfully to enhance their reading, writing, speaking, listening, and language use. They tailor their searches online to acquire useful information efficiently, and they integrate what they learn using technology with what they learn offline. They are familiar with the strengths and limitations of various technological tools and mediums and can select and use those best suited to their communication goals.”

--CCSS Website:

http://www.corestandards.org/ELA-Literacy/introduction/students-who-are-college-and-career-ready-in-reading-writing-speaking-listening-language


Foundational close reading format

Foundational Close Reading Format

  • Text/excerpt is provided.

  • Close reading questions are provided with space to answer them.

  • Dissemination Formats

    • Annotating passage before questions

    • Annotating passage while answering questions

    • Teacher models answering a question

    • Teacher facilitates discussion using the questions as a backdrop

    • Students answer questions in groups

    • Students answer questions in class or for homework with little guidance


Tech strategy 1 flipped classroom

Tech Strategy #1: Flipped Classroom

  • Bergman & Sams, Flip your Classrooms: Reach Every Student in Every Class Every Day

  • Personalized learning model

  • Deep-level Processing


Flipped tools

Flipped Tools

Show Me

  • Pdf converter

    • Tools at the top to highlight, circle, and draw as you speak

    • Grapes Sample

  • Screencasting software

    • Camtasia

    • Sophia (free!)

  • Whiteboard tutorials

Explain Everything

Tablet Apps


Tech strategy 2 learning platform

Tech Strategy #2: Learning Platform

Sophia

Edmodo

Web 2.0 Tool

Web 2.0 Tool & Tablet App


Tech strategy 3 visual response to literature

Tech Strategy #3: Visual Response to Literature

iMovie

Comic Life

Computer & Tablet App

Web 2.0 Tool & Tablet App


Tech strategy 4 graphic organizers

Tech Strategy #4: Graphic Organizers

Popplet

Prezi

Web 2.0 Tool & Tablet App

Web 2.0 Tool & Tablet App


Tech strategy 5 online discussion boards

Tech Strategy #5: Online Discussion Boards

Subtext

  • Tailored especially for the ELA curriculum

  • Free texts available

  • Books can be purchased through Google books

  • Close reading tasks can be assigned using CCSS standards as the anchor

Tablet App


Tech strategy 6 organizing your web based curriculum

Tech Strategy #6: Organizing Your Web-based Curriculum

Live Binders

Learning Management Systems

Edmodo

Blackboard

Canvas

Nearpod

Moodle

Not to be confused with Course Management Systems, like Discovery Ed or Odyssey

Access Key: lutton_grapes

Web 2.0 Tool & Tablet App


Incorporating great apps

Incorporating Great Apps!


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