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Art History 101. 10010. Bill MacKenty, M.Ed. www.mackenty.org. Strengthen. Deepen. Broaden. We’ve invested in technology, how is helping our bottom line?. It really depends. The effective integration of technology depends on meeting the learning objectives of the lesson

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art history 101
Art History 101

10010

  • Bill MacKenty, M.Ed.
  • www.mackenty.org
strengthen
Strengthen

Deepen

Broaden

We’ve invested in technology, how is helping our bottom line?

it really depends
It really depends...
  • The effective integration of technology depends on meeting the learning objectives of the lesson
  • The level of technology integration often mirrors the level of understanding we are aiming for (Blooms Taxonomy of learning).
  • Access to resources, relationship of the teacher to the technology, assessment tools, time, in-class support, student relationship to technology, discipline issues, teacher pedagogy, etc...
examples
Examples

http://bb.hunter.cuny.edu/, flickr, blog, slideshow annotated slide show, edited picture

during instruction
During Instruction

Low level integration

STUDENTS

TEACHER

Powerpoint with images, video, sound, effective use of transitions

Collaborative note-taking software

IM’ing?

Googler / post links to classroom website

Podcast the lecture

Using multimedia as an instructional tool

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During Instruction

High level integration

STUDENTS

TEACHER

Facilitating a digital movie or narrated slideshow related to learning objectives

Creating multimedia content linked to learning objectives

Showcasing, sharing, creating a record of their learning

Building a flickr library

Using image manipulation software to radically alter existing portraits to another theme

Applying knowledge of content to create novel products

“Guide from the side” vs “Sage on the stage”

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After Instruction

Low level integration

STUDENTS

TEACHER

Upload / share lecture notes

Download teacher notes and review

Fetch and finish homework. Perhaps post it online.

Post homework assignments

Online quiz or test

Online quiz or test

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After Instruction

High level integration

STUDENTS

TEACHER

Facilitate online discussion - answer online questions - connect with “community of practice”

Extend and enhance learning after class; clarify complex ideas. Continue learning

Critiquing, self-reflection, peer review and peer assessment

Linking / posting different multimedia projects

explain how you would initiate and develop a collaborative working relationship with the teacher

encourage & engage

Invite & Inspire

Support

Explain how you would initiate and develop a collaborative working relationship with the teacher
bill s rule of technical support
Bill’s Rule of Technical Support

The better your technical support, the better chance your integration efforts will be successful.

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Discuss the underlying educational principles that might influence your design plan for the instructional materials and/or activities.
  • Education drives technology
  • Learning objectives define instructional methodology
  • A different way of guiding the student towards knowledge
how you would present your ideas to the teacher
How you would present your ideas to the teacher?
  • Face to face
  • Small group meetings
  • Peer instruction
  • Every few weeks a departmental “what’s new with technology meeting”

Navigate and negotiate through fear

i m curious
I’m curious...
  • Institutional history integrating technology: successes and challenges
  • Indicators for success?
  • What is support like?
  • What does technology deployment look like?
  • Security?
  • Access? Student technology demographic. Faculty technology demographic.