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  1. LIVE INTERACTIVE LEARNING @ YOUR DESKTOP NSDL/NSTA Web Seminar: Making Digital Resources Work For You Tuesday, May 22, 2007 7:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Eastern time

  2. http://nsdl.org Robert Payo NSDL Education & Outreach Specialist - Ways to find quality online resources - Issues of safety on the Internet - Tools to make resources more useful - Teaching strategies using technology

  3. http://nsdl.org From this list, what is the biggest reason that prevents you from using technology in the classroom? *Stamp one answer*

  4. http://nsdl.org 2005 Net Day teacher survey results: Barriers to technology use • Lack of time in the school day (57%) • Not enough computers (46%) • Lack of time for planning (43%) • Limited or no student access to computers at home (43%) • Faulty computers at school (29%) http://www.tomorrow.org/speakup/

  5. Poll Question! The 2006 Net Day Survey polled students on their interest in science. At what grade level did student interest begin to drop off? • 3rd grade • 6th grade • 9th grade • 12th grade

  6. http://nsdl.org Where do you go or what do you do to find good online resources? Write your answers on the chat

  7. National Science Digital Library http://nsdl.org • Resources • Tools • Pathways

  8. NSTA Learning Center http://learningcenter.nsta.org • Journal articles • Learning objects • e-Chapters • Web Seminars

  9. http://nsdl.org Search strategies: What do you use? *Stamp all that apply*

  10. Add the NSDL Toolbar to your browser to make searches through NSDL easier for you & your students Search by resource type or audience Search by NSDL Pathway Search NSDL from a document you found elsewhere on the Internet

  11. NSDL Concept Map Tool: Interactive version of the AAAS Atlas of Science Literacy Benchmarks States of matter NSDL Resources for specific and related benchmarks

  12. http://nsdl.org Noodle Tools: Search Strategy Guide Other Useful Tools Del.icio.us: Social Bookmarking http://www.noodletools.com http://del.icio.us

  13. http://nsdl.org “Web 2.0” Technologies Yes No Have you ever….

  14. http://nsdl.org 2006 Net Day Teacher Survey: The biggest concern related to student use of technology is Internet safety

  15. http://nsdl.org Internet Safety: a few tips Social Networking Sites • 55% of online teens have created a personal profile online (ages 12-17) • 55% have used social networking sites like MySpace or Facebook. • 66% of teens who have created a profile say that their profile is not visible to all Internet users -Pew Internet & American Life Project Survey (1.7.07) • User names vs real names • “Avatars” vs real pictures • Fake location vs real contact info, school info • Keeping their pages set to “private” • Teaching students to act as advisors for their friends

  16. http://nsdl.org Expert Voices Blog: Students participating online http://expertvoices.nsdl.org

  17. What do I want my students to do? Learn from a links list Ask a question Create a project Run a simulation Level of Engagement Download a resource Find a website Implement an existing module

  18. What online tools can I use?: Quick Poll I am interested in tools to help to create interactive presentation of material Low interest High interest I am interested in tools that allow students to learn through the use of technology Low interest High interest

  19. http://nsdl.org What online tools can I use? Presentational tools and tools for creating interactive lesson plans

  20. Instructional Architect http://ia.usu.edu

  21. http://nsdl.org Content Clips http://contentclips.com audio images video Blank or ready-made templates to create activities marking & notation tools

  22. http://nsdl.org What online tools can I use? Tools that allow students to learn through the use of technology

  23. http://nsdl.org Visualizing Data: eBird www.ebird.org

  24. Showing evidence tool: Intel http://www.intel.com/education/tools/index.htm • Provides a format for students to examine ideas critically • Allows for teacher feedback and comments • Interactive way to visualize points in defending an argument

  25. Visual and written constructs for building an argument

  26. Models and Simulations: Physics Education Technology (PhET) http://phet.colorado.edu/web-pages/ simulations-base.html Wave on a String Inquiry-based teaching Deriving relationships between variables Use of models as a way of studying phenomena wavelength frequency wave speed Trial 1 Distance/Time = Speed Wavelength x Frequency = Wave Speed Trial 2 Trial 3

  27. Interactives: NSTA Learning Science Center Science Objects http://learningcenter.nsta.org Force = Mass x Acceleration

  28. http://nsdl.org The next time you find a good online resource….. • What do I want my students to do with the resource? • How can I use it in a way that is more interactive and self-directed? • What online tools can I use to assist me and my students?

  29. http://nsdl.org Go to http://nsdl.org and click on the K-12 audience page • Download this seminar’s companion guide with resources from the seminar and more! • Participate in our blog associated with this seminar http://expertvoices.nsdl.org

  30. Robert Payo NSDL Education & Outreach Specialist rpayo@nsdl.ucar.edu THANK YOU! http://nsdl.org

  31. Elluminate logo http://www.elluminate.com

  32. National Science Teachers Association Gerry Wheeler, Executive Director Frank Owens, Associate Executive Director Conferences and Programs Al Byers, Assistant Executive Director e-Learning NSTA Web Seminars Flavio Mendez, Program Manager Jeff Layman, Technical Coordinator Susan Hurstcalderone, Volunteer Chat Moderator LIVE INTERACTIVE LEARNING @ YOUR DESKTOP