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OLPC - Integration Teacher PD’s Conducted. Overview. Productive Learning. Innovative Pedagogies. Memory Based. Current Approach. Skill & Creative Based. Productive Approach. Technologically Competent. Lesson Designer Classroom Facilitator Classroom Manager. Learning Tool

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Olpc integration teacher pd s conducted

OLPC - IntegrationTeacher PD’s Conducted


Overview

Overview


Productive learning

Productive Learning

Innovative Pedagogies

Memory Based

Current Approach

Skill & Creative Based

Productive Approach


Ict integrated approach

  • Technologically Competent

  • Lesson Designer

  • Classroom Facilitator

  • Classroom Manager

  • Learning Tool

  • Integral to Learning

  • Not the Object of Study

Teacher

Computer

Student

  • Student Assumptions

  • Role of a Researcher

  • Active Learner

Lesson

  • Authentic

  • Problem-based

  • Dependent on Computer Use

  • Supported by a Multidimensional Environment

ICT – Integrated Approach

Innovative Pedagogies


Instructional approach to learning

Instructional Approach to Learning

Innovative Pedagogies

Higher-Order Thinking

Real-World

Problem Solving

W/ Real Data

E-Communications

Online Environments

Online Research

Simulations

Productivity

Tools

Authenticity of

Learning

Complexity

of

Learning

Expression/ Visualization

Integrated Learning Systems

Drill & Practice

Artificial

Basic Skills

Coaching

Constructivist

Didactic

Instructional Approach to Learning


Constructive lesson

Constructive Lesson

Innovative Pedagogies


Ict curriculum at indus

ICT Curriculum at Indus


Research documentation

Research Documentation

Curriculum Delivery


Assignment project documentation

Assignment / Project Documentation

Curriculum Delivery


Visual communication

CurriculumDelivery

VISUALCOMMUNICATION

Fashion Designing, Paint Manufacturing, Packing , Advertisement

Plumbing, Sanitation, Electrical, Architecture


Planning mind mapping

CurriculumDelivery

PLANNING MIND MAPPING


Thinking skills mind mapping

CurriculumDelivery

THINKING SKILLSMIND MAPPING


Subject science mind mapping

CurriculumDelivery

SUBJECT-SCIENCEMIND MAPPING


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Integrating Technology in Multiple Intelligences

Linguistic: Use of word processing programs can help teach language, writing, editing, and rewriting skills. Also the Internet is an invaluable tool in learning. Through e-mail children can improve their language skills as well.

Other applications children benefit from are:

  • ● Word processors with voice annotations.

  • ● Desktop publishing programs.

  • ● Programs that allow children to create stories, poems, essays, etc.

  • ● Multimedia authoring.

  • ● Videodiscs to create presentations.

  • ● Using tape recorders.

  • Logical-Mathematical: Computer programs that teach logic and critical thinking skills. These are also in game formats that could motivate children. Math programs that allows drilling and practicing. Database programs that help explore and organize data and information.

  • Other applications children benefit from:

  • ● Problem solving software

  • ● Computer Aided design programs

  • ● Strategy game software

  • ● Graphing calculators

  • ● Multimedia authoring programs

  • ● Spreadsheet programs

  • Visual/Spatial: Graphics programs that help develop creativity and visual skills. Also browsing the Internet, organizing files, folders will develop some spatial understanding.

  • Other applications children benefit from are:

  • ● Draw programs (CorelDraw)

  • ● Image composing programs (image composer)

  • ● Paint programs (Photopaint, Microsoft paint)

  • ● Reading programs with visual clues

  • ● Web page programs

  • ● 3D software

  • ● Software games

  • ● Spreadsheet programs which allow children to see charts, maps or diagrams

  • ● Multimedia authoring programs

  • Musical: programs that help write or play music.

  • ● Music composing software

  • ● Videodisc player

  • ● Programs integrating stories with songs and instruments

  • ● Reading programs which relate letter/ sound with music

  • ● Programs which allow children to create their own music

  • ● CD-ROMs about music and instruments

  • ● Audio CDs

  • ● Tape recorders

  • ● Word processors (to write about a movie or song)

  • Bodily-Kinesthetic: Using computers will help develop hand-eye coordination. Working with a computer will allow children to become involved in their learning, actively.

  • Other applications children benefit from are:

  • ● Software games that allow contact with the keyboard, mouse, joystick and other devices.

  • ● Programs that allow children to move objects around the screen.

  • ● Word processing programs

  • ● Animation programs

  • Interpersonal: Students can work in groups of two to four on the computers. Working in groups will strengthen children’s communication and cooperation skills.

  • Applications children benefit from are:

  • ● Computer games which requires two or more persons

  • ● Programs that allow to create group presentations (PowerPoint)

  • ● Telecommunication programs

  • ● E-mail

  • ● Distance education

  • ● Chat to discuss ideas

  • ● Help others with any programs

  • Intrapersonal: The computer can help children build up individual skills. It allows for differences in children’s learning styles and abilities. Children may work on their own pace with computers.

  • Applications children benefit from are:

  • ● Any programs which allow children to work independently.

  • ● Games involving only one person.

  • ● Brainstorming or problem solving software.

  • ● Instructional games

  • ● Word processors for journaling and recording feelings

  • ● Developing multimedia portfolio

  • ● Video editing (Adobe Premier)

IT & MI


Differentiated instructions

Differentiated Instructions


Google docs

Project2Manage

Dabbleboard

Protonotes

Google Docs

Project2Manage

ProjectPier

Twiddla

Wetpaint

Skype

Thinkature

Spicebird

Mindquarry DO

Vyew

Write board

Stixy

Collaboration


Teacher facilitation student learning

Teacher Facilitation & Student Learning


Portfolios assignments

Portfolios & Assignments


Skilled projects

Skilled Projects


Testing assessment

Testing & Assessment


Marking of students assignments

Marking of Students Assignments


Primary research

PRIMARYRESEARCH

Charts & Graphs


21st century learning skills

21st Century Learning Skills

  • Digital Age Literacy—Today’s Basics

  •  Visual and Information Literacy

  •  Cultural Literacy and Global Awareness

  • Inventive Thinking—Intellectual Capital

  •  Adaptability/Managing Complexity and Self-Direction

  •  Curiosity, Creativity and Risk-taking

  •  Higher Order Thinking and Sound Reasoning


21st century learning skills1

21st Century Learning Skills

  • Interactive Communication—

  • Social and Personal Skills

  •  Teaming and Collaboration

  •  Personal and Social Responsibility

  •  Interactive Communication

  • Quality state of art results

  •  Prioritizing, Planning, and Managing for Results

  •  Effective Use of Real-World Tools

  •  High Quality Results with Real-World Application


Learning styles

Learning styles

Brain Based theory

Creative thinking, creative thinking

Work under progress


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