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Using Technology with Classroom Instruction that Works. Day 3. Dr. Jennifer Parker-Moore Janice Harding Macomb Intermediate School District. Good Morning!. Welcome to Day 3! Please set up your laptop Download Google Chrome Load http://techbestpractice.net

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Using technology with classroom instruction that works

Using Technology with Classroom Instruction that Works

Day 3

Dr. Jennifer Parker-Moore

Janice Harding

Macomb Intermediate School District


Good morning

Good Morning!

  • Welcome to Day 3!

  • Please set up your laptop

  • Download Google Chrome

  • Load http://techbestpractice.net

  • Load the Google Doc backchannel from our previous strategies – review and update/add any tools you missed

  • Be ready to share one story about how you used what you learned from our previous 2 days together


Think pair share

Think/Pair/Share

  • Salsa Lineup

  • Share one story about how you used what you learned from our previous 2 days together

  • Share the good, the bad, and the ugly


Back channel review

Back Channel & Review

  • Review the Back Channel

  • Obtain your assignment for a T/P/S

  • Share out tools and uses to support the category


Day 3 agenda

Day 3 Agenda


Key working agreements

Key Working Agreements

  • Respect confidentiality

  • Share airtime

  • Keep sidebars to a minimum

  • Respect start, breaks, and end times

  • If it rings, dings, or sings – put it on vibrate or silent


Learning objectives day three

Learning ObjectivesDay Three

By the end of the learning session, we will:

  • Know the categories of strategies that comprise the component of Helping Students Extend and Apply Knowledge,

  • Understand the classroom recommendations for each of the strategies,

  • Make connections between and among the strategies, and the technology tools that support them

  • Transfer the learning into specific changes in your pedagogy that you will apply in the next two weeks.


Identifying similarities differences

Identifying Similarities & Differences

Based on materials found in the text, “Using Technology with Classroom Instruction that Works”

and

21things4teachers.net


Framework for instructional planning

Framework for Instructional Planning

Reinforcing Effort and Providing Recognition

Cooperative Learning

Setting Objectives and Providing Feedback

Cues, Questions, and Advance Organizers

Identifying Similarities & Differences

Nonlinguistic Representations

Summarizing & Note-taking

Assigning Homework & Practice


Identifying similarities and differences

Identifying Similarities and Differences

  • Comparing, classifying, creating metaphors, creating analogies

  • Ex: Venn Diagrams, word and picture sorts, visual tools or web formats, online interactive games


Best practice identifying similarities differences

Best Practice: Identifying Similarities & Differences


Teacher directed notes

Teacher Directed Notes

  • Complete the TDN for this strategy after reviewing pages 118-119.

  • Brainstorm in the workspace a technology tool and lesson idea to support Compare, Classify, Metaphors, and Analogies

  • Think/Pair/Share the answers


Identifying similarities and differences1

Identifying Similarities and Differences

  • Compare

  • Classify

  • Metaphors

  • Analogies

  • Good teachers:

  • Teach ways to identify similarities and differences

  • Guide students in the process

  • Provide cues

Source: Classroom Instruction that Works, 2nd ed.


Tech tools for these strategies

Tech Tools for these Strategies

Identifying Similarities & Differences

  • Word processing applications

  • Organizing and Brainstorming software

  • Data Collection and Analysis

  • Database and Reference resources

UT-CITW, 2nd ed., pg. 12-13; Chapter 8 (183-203).


Visual organizer tools

Visual Organizer Tools


Hands on using gliffy for comparing

Hands-On: Using Gliffy for “Comparing”

Comparing the characteristics that are unique and shared

  • Create a Venn Diagram using Gliffy


Using charting graphing tools to compare data trends

Using Charting/Graphing Tools to “Compare” Data/Trends

Graphs and Formulas

Column Comparisons

Plotting Points

Trends for Multiple Years


Word processing tools

Word Processing Tools


Hands on using word processing for classifying

Hands-On: Using Word Processing for “Classifying”

Create a table for arrangement by class or category

  • Word or Google Docs

  • Tables, Flowcharts, Smart Art, Images


H ands on using images and shapes for analogies

Hands-On: Using Images and Shapes for “Analogies”

A comparison of two things based on their structure or similarity

A is to B as C is to D

Clipart, Images, and Shapes

Hot is to Cold

as Night is to _______


Hands on using thinkfinity for metaphors

Hands-On: Using Thinkfinity for “Metaphors”

Comparing a situation to a real thing

For Example:

  • Drowning in a sea of grief

  • Feeling blue

  • Broken hearted

    Locate Metaphor worksheets and activities using Thinkfinity


For more information about these strategies

For more Information about these strategies…

Using Technology with Classroom Instruction that Works, 2nd ed., 2012.


Reflecting on practice teacher directed notes

Reflecting on PracticeTeacher Directed Notes

Individually complete the section for this area of best practice.

Be prepared to share one of your thoughts with the group.


Today s learning objectives

Today’s Learning Objectives

  • Knowthe categories, strategies, and technology tools that support best practice using the “Classroom Instruction That Works” framework (aka Marzano 9)

  • Understandthe classroom recommendations and integration for these strategies

  • Make connections between the strategies and technology tools

  • Transfer the learning into classroom instruction to improve student engagement, achievement, and technology proficiency


Generating testing hypotheses

Generating & Testing Hypotheses

Based on materials found in the text, “Using Technology with Classroom Instruction that Works”

and

21things4teachers.net


Framework for instructional planning1

Framework for Instructional Planning

Reinforcing Effort and Providing Recognition

Cooperative Learning

Setting Objectives and Providing Feedback

Cues, Questions, and Advance Organizers

Identifying Similarities & Differences

Nonlinguistic Representations

Summarizing & Note-taking

Generating & Testing Hypotheses

Assigning Homework & Practice


Generating and testing hypothesis

Generating and Testing Hypothesis

  • System analysis, problem solving, decision making, historical investigation, experimental inquiry and invention

  • Ex: Researching, reference tools and citations, graphic organizers, content area tools, inter-actives


Generating and testing hypothesis1

Generating and Testing Hypothesis

  • Systems analysis

    • Analyze how parts interact

  • Problem solving

    • Overcoming obstacles to meet goals

  • Investigation

    • Explore an area where there is confusion or contradiction

  • Experimental inquiry

    • Generating or testing explanations

Participants will be researching new technology and best practice.

Source: Classroom Instruction that Works, 2nd ed.


Best practice generating testing hypothesis

Best Practice: Generating & Testing Hypothesis


Teacher directed notes1

Teacher Directed Notes

  • Complete the TDN for this strategy after exploring Interactive Learning tools.

  • Locate an interactive example and lesson plan idea for Systems Analysis, Problem Solving, Experimental Inquiry, and Investigation

  • Create a classroom example

  • Think/Pair/Share the answers


Tech tools for these strategies1

Tech Tools for these Strategies

Generating & Testing Hypotheses

  • Organizing and Brainstorming software

  • Data Collection and Analysis

  • Instructional Interactives

UT-CITW, 2nd ed., pg. 12-13; Chapter 9 (204-219).


Systems analysis

Systems Analysis

  • How the parts of the system work together


Problem solving

Problem Solving

  • Process of overcoming barriers to reach goals


Experimental inquiry

Experimental Inquiry

  • Developing and testing possible explanations of observations


Investigation

Investigation

  • Looking into alternatives or justification in the way we handle a process, protocol, or idea


Other sample activities

Other Sample Activities

  • Mind mapping and flowcharting

  • Digital narratives using primary sources

  • Budgeting and Personal Finance

  • Data collection to establish trends

  • Digital Citizenship and Critical Evaluation


Hands on primary access

Hands-On: Primary Access

  • Create a login on Primary Access

  • Explore the four categories of resources available within the site

  • Create a digital story using primary resources

  • Share with your table partner


Hands on gooru

Hands-On: Gooru

http://www.goorulearning.org

  • Free Search Engine for Learning

  • Millions of resources for 5th-12th grade science, math and social science courses at our fingertips.


For more information about these strategies1

For more Information about these strategies…

Using Technology with Classroom Instruction that Works, 2nd ed., 2012.


Reflecting on practice teacher directed notes1

Reflecting on PracticeTeacher Directed Notes

Individually complete the section for this area of best practice.

Be prepared to share one of your thoughts with the group.


Theory into practice

Theory Into Practice

  • Create 2-3 goals for integrating technology into best practice instruction based on this course.

    • Short Term

    • Long Term

  • Complete the follow up survey

  • Stow equipment and materials

  • Thank you for coming!


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