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integrating technology some things you should know

Integrating Technology: Some Things You Should Know

“Raising the Bar”

November 5, 2007

technology integration
Technology Integration

Technology Integration is a term used by educators to describe effective uses of technology by teachers and students in K-12 and universityclassrooms. Teachers use technology to support instruction in language arts, social studies, science, math, or other content areas. When teachers integrate technology into their classroom practice, learners are empowered to be actively engaged in their learning.

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technology integration is not
Technology integration is not:
  • Taking students to the computer lab once a week for 40 minutes
  • Using the computer as an electronic worksheet
  • Using the computer as a reward station for students who are finished with their other assignments
technology integration is
Technology integration is:
  • Part of the daily activities taking place in the classroom
  • Supporting and extending curriculum objectives in a seamless manner
  • Engaging students in meaningful learning
  • Enabling students to demonstrate what they have learned in new and creative ways
traditional vs integrated
Teacher-oriented

Single-sense stimulation

Single-path progression

Single media

Isolated work

Information delivery

Passive learning

Factual, knowledge-based learning

Reactive response

Isolated, artificial content

Student-centered

Multi-sensory stimulation

Multi-path progression

Multi-media

Collaborative work

Information exchange

Active/exploratory/inquiry-based learning

Critical thinking and informed decision-making

Proactive/planned action

Authentic/real-world context

Traditional vs. Integrated
support instruction

Support Instruction

Teaching that emphasizes active engagement helps students process and retain information. It leads to self-questioning, deeper thinking, and problem solving. 

where does technology fit

Where does technology fit?

What is my objective?

lesson focus
Lesson Focus

Objectives connect to prior learning

  • Introduce a concept
  • Build background
  • Clarify vocabulary
  • Enhance Curiosity
  • Set Purpose
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Lesson Focus
  • United Streaming Videos
  • KWL charts
  • Webs: brainstorming (Inspiration/Kidspiration)
  • ANY Graphic Organizer (VRML link)
  • Power Point (teacher made)
  • Website with information
modeling
Modeling
  • Teacher uses Powerpoint
  • Whole class outlining using Microsoft Word
  • Using Interactive websites, teacher demonstrates how to get to the site and what to do….step-by-step.
guiding
Guiding
  • Sequencing – show steps and go through each, using highlighter in Powerpoint or Word
  • Create powerpoint on subject being covered leaving out key vocabulary, students respond verbally, next slide is the same with key terms highlighted
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Guiding
  • Sequencing – show steps and go through each, using highlighter in Powerpoint or Word
  • Create powerpoint on subject being covered leaving out key vocabulary, students respond verbally, next slide is the same with key terms highlighted
independent practice
Independent Practice
  • Interactive Websites
  • Writing/Publishing
  • Student Created Powerpoint
  • Trackstar
  • United Streaming writing prompts
differentiated instruction
Differentiated Instruction
  • Teacher incorporates varied activities and materials to address the range of cognitive abilities and different learning styles
  • Teacher uses visual props and cues to enhance student learning
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Cognitive Abilities

Ability to comprehend information at various levels

Gifted & Talented

Average

At –Risk Learner

Mental Disability

Learning Styles

Primary mode of

learning

Visual

Auditory

Kinesthetic

Tactile

Differentiated Instruction
using technology for differentiated instruction
Using Technology for Differentiated Instruction
  • United Streaming
  • Text to Speech Tools
  • Magnifier
  • Use activities from lower grade level for at-risk and from higher grade level for talented and gifted.
  • Have students create and present powerpoints.
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Using Technology for Differentiated Instruction
  • Use United Streaming videos to introduce, teach, and review or re-teach a concept and complete the quizzes.
  • CAST – Teaching Every Student!
small group flexible group
Small Group/Flexible Group
  • Students are engaged in meaningful activities
      • Games
      • Activities
      • Research
      • Projects
        • Real World
        • Simulations
      • Communication
        • Write/Publish (Blogs and Wikis)
        • Presentations (PowerPoint)
        • Multi-media Correspondence

(email, Podcast, Vodcast)

student engagement
Student Engagement
  • Content is appropriate and linked to students’ knowledge and experience
  • Students actively involved in activities and assignments
      • Re-teach
      • Practice
      • Extend/Enrich Learning
environment
Environment
  • Classroom design is conducive to varied learning opportunities
  • Resource materials are accessible
  • Technology is incorporated
  • Display student work
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Technology Integration ….
  • Is a growth process.
  • Takes time!
  • Is “Raising the Bar!!!”