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What Were You Thinking?. Here's a Question for You!. Think about the thought/activity process you used to find time in a busy summer schedule for teacher training this week. Especially if you came from a distance and had to find room accommodations.Think about what this process would look like on paper..

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3. Here’s a Question for You! Think about the thought/activity process you used to find time in a busy summer schedule for teacher training this week. Especially if you came from a distance and had to find room accommodations. Think about what this process would look like on paper.

4. Here’s My Thought Process . . when I planned this trip to SNHU for this VOC Training?

5. Forms of Thought Representation Linear - Text Visual - Graphic

6. Meaningful Learning is . . . The process of relating new information to previous knowledge in a way that makes sense to the learner. Provides a depth of processing that enables the learner to apply the newly-formed knowledge to new situations.

7. The Key is to . . . Find the medium of learning that best suits each learner. After acknowledging the need for multiple media for student learning, one must find the tool(s) that can facilitate this.

8. is one such tool. Diagramming program that thinks its an outliner An outliner that thinks it’s a diagramming program

9. Plan for Today Review Applications of Inspiration Value of Visual Learning Organizing Thinking Mapping - What is it? Aligning with Standards How? Why? Examples of Lessons Develop your OWN Standards-Based Lessons

10. It is ASSUMED that you do not have background in using

11. New Skills - Diagramming Modifying, Creating & Adding New Symbols Labeling, Connecting, & Altering Links Adding HyperLinks to URLs

12. New Skills - Outlining Using Notes Showing/Hiding Level

13. New Skills - Exporting Creating PowerPoint Files Creating Word Files

14. Let’s Begin . . .

15. What is the Value of Visual Learning? Tap Creativity Deepen Understanding of Concepts Clarify Thinking Increase Retention Help Organize Knowledge

16. Knowledge Hierarchy - Dede Wisdom Knowledge Information Data

17. What is Mapping Expanding on an idea with additional thoughts and examples. Now select a single idea and spend some time expanding that idea. Making a physical representation of how you understand something. Clarification of your own ideas Basis of discussion between learners Represents the collaboration of ideas

18. Dr. Joseph Novak on Thinking and Mapping Ideas that are novel, powerful and profound are very difficult for us to think about; we need time and some mediating activity to help us.

19. Dr. Joseph Novak on Thinking and Mapping Reflective thinking is controlled doing, involving a pushing and pulling of concepts, putting them together and separating them again.

20. Dr. Joseph Novak on Thinking and Mapping The making and remaking of concept maps and sharing them with others can be seen as a team effort in the sport of thinking. From: Learning How to Learn

21. Picture of Book Learning How to Learn Novak and Gowin ISBN 0521319269

22. Webbing Reading-thinking activity Create a picture of relationships Story Newly-encountered concepts Node and links are used but links are not labeled

23. Forms of Water - Outlining

24. Forms of Water - Webbing

25. Forms of Water - Webbing

28. WebQuests Traveling to Posnan, Poland

29. Brainstorming/Clustering Free Flow of Ideas Bring abstract ideas into the physical world Merge the multiple minds into one. Tap the mental and emotional associations of words

30. Brainstorming in the Classroom Intime Le Tour de France Barb Anderson - Teacher Dubuque Senior High School Dubuque, Iowa 12th Grade French

31. Let’s Brainstorm!

32. Your topic is: What can you do with an egg?

34. Now that We Have Egg-stracted Our Ideas . . It’s time to Orchestrate our ideas Arrange our ideas into categories. Group our ideas by moving them around the screen. Change our links appropriately.

35. We’ve Cat-egg-or ized Our Information Now it’s time to elaborate What’s missing? Add it . . . What should be eliminated? Delete it . . . What can be egg-spanded? Egg-spand it . . . What is the best way to report this?

36. Report Formats Should Fit Their Functions Written Diagram Pictures Demonstration Experiment Breakfast

37. Information Organizing Textbook Notetaking Organize info from a single source Usually done in outlining format Topics, subtopics, definitions

38. Organization Strategy “No Brainer” - The Structure Chapter title Subheadings Important words “Brainer” - The Work Students “fill in” the gaps Read the material Organize appropriately

39. Information Organizing Easily done in outlining format – Title – Subtitles – Important Words

40. Brainstorming Isn’t Enough Generate (Brainstorm) Get your ideas out Orchestrate (Reorganize) Put the ideas in categories Elaborate (Expand) Expand ideas to get the project moving The Center for Electronic Studying

41. Concept Mapping Companion Ditson, Kessler, Anderson-Inman, & Mafit ISBN 1564841103

42. Concept Mapping Mindful Engagement Graphical depiction of body of study Most inclusive to most specific concept. Concepts related by linking. Learning about Learning Novak and Gowan

47. Information Synthesizing Collect information from multiple sources Cite the resources Find similarities and differences Find connections to concepts Add Websites to the map

48. Synthesizing Formats Guided Exploration Teacher Provides main topics Students Identify subtopics Organize information

49. Independent Research Read the material Identify main topics Generate subtopics Synthesizing Formats

50. Create Your Own Concept Map (with labeled links) Try and begin with the initial template Click on Resources to access information. Graphic representation of the information about cheetahs. Label the relationships between the concepts. Maybe use the Outliner to enter information. Lengthy Information goes in Notes.

57. Inserting HyperLinks Add HyperLinks to your webpage Increase the depth of your information Keep your material current Connect directly to the source.

58. Hyperlinked/Inspiration Resources

59. Exporting PowerPoint Word

60. Other Ways to Use Inspiration to Organize Information Drag and Drop Science/SolarSystem Mathematics/Multiples Mathematics/ Describing Quadrilaterals ????????

61. More Ideas Fill-in the Diagram Social Science/ comparecontrast (Example: Sea Bisquit) Mathematics/ addingfractions Social Science/civilization

62. Organizing Thinking Books I, II, & III Black and Black Critical Thinking Press & Software ISBN 0894553550

63. What about Standards? NETS - National Educational Technology Standards HVAC Standards Health Standards English Language Arts Foreign Language Information Literacy Mathematics Science Social Studies

64. NETS Basic operations and concepts Social, ethical and human issues Technology productivity tools Technology communication tools Technology research tools Technology problem-solving/Decision-making tools.

65. Let’s Make Our Own Lessons. . .

70. Review Learners learn best through multiple forms of media Linear Text Graphic Diagrams Not ALL webs are alike Web Cluster Concept Map

71. More Review Not all applications are alike Brainstorming/Clustering Information Organizing Information Synthesizing

72. Even More Review Graphic Organizers can be powerful study tools . . .

73. Any Questions?

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