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Designing Technology Integrating Lessons. Mobile Tech Workshop December 2002. Session Overview. What if you can’t find lesson plans that integrate technology for your subject matter? How do you design technology integrating lessons from scratch? . The NTeQ Model Sample NTeQ Lessons

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    1. Designing Technology Integrating Lessons Mobile Tech Workshop December 2002

    2. Session Overview What if you can’t find lesson plans that integrate technology for your subject matter? How do you design technology integrating lessons from scratch? 

    3. The NTeQ Model Sample NTeQ Lessons Create Own NTeQ Lesson with a partner Session Outline

    4. What’s NTeQ? iNtegratingTechnology forinQuiry --a model for lesson design--

    5. What is an NTeQ Lesson? • Problem-based • Student-centered • Authentic • Dependent upon the integration of technology

    6. Designing the NTeQ Lesson 10 Step approach

    7. Specify Objectives • Specify all your lesson objectives • Includes both computer related and noncomputer objectives Specify Objectives

    8. Specify Objectives • Source of objectives • National standards • State Standards • Textbook/Curriculum guide • Bloom’s Taxonomy can be helpful (table 5-5)

    9. Match Objectives to Computer Functions • Match your objectives to computer functions (see handout) • For example, to convert fractions to decimals and decimals to percentages you could use a spreadsheet program. Specify Objectives Computer Functions Specify Objectives Computer Functions

    10. Another Sample Obj: To determine reasons people save money. Computer Function: After surveying people, students could graph the results using a spreadsheet.

    11. A Third Sample Obj: Identify settlement patterns of Metro Detroit. Computer Function:Draw maps showing change through time.

    12. What are the Basic Computer Applications? • Word Processors • Spreadsheet Programs • Database Programs • Browsers (for the Internet) • Authoring/Presentation/Multimedia Program • Drawing/Painting Programs • Communication Programs

    13. Word Processing Functions • Edit and format text • Create Outlines • Create Columns • Generate Tables • Insert Graphics

    14. Spreadsheet Functions • Perform Calculations • Sort data • Create Charts/Graphs

    15. Database Functions • Store data in records • Sort data (alpha or numeric) • Match data • Merge data • Create specialized reports

    16. Browser Functions • Search by Keywords • Bookmark web sites • Hyperlink to text, images, etc. • Provide Interactive Feedback

    17. Authoring/Presentation Functions • Displays Text • Supports Navigation • Creates Animation • Inserts or Creates Graphics and Sound • Inserts Video

    18. Drawing/Painting Program Functions • Draw regular shapes • Paint free form objects • Label Images ?

    19. Communication Software Functions • Allows synchronous/asynchronous communications • Sends/Receives Text • Sends/Receives Video/Audio • Sends/Receives Attachments • Archives Messages

    20. Match Objectives to Computer Functions • Objective: Write… • Use a word processor to create • Edit your partner’s paper • Write a journal

    21. Dia. $ $/sq in Joe's Pizza 12 9 Big Caesar 14 13 Square Pan Pizza 15 11 Match Objectives to Computer Functions • Objective: Analyze… • Use a spreadsheet to determine the… • Use a database to find the… • Create a chart to show…

    22. Match Objectives to Computer Functions • Objective: Design, Plan… • Use a drawing program to create… • Use a word processor to describe…

    23. Time for Practice

    24. Determine the Computer FunctionHow would you achieve the objective? • produce compositions that have one main idea • explains how Earth’s position relative to the sun affects events and conditions on earth • identify similes and metaphors • evaluate the best store to purchase a week’s worth of groceries

    25. Specify the Problem • Realistic • Real-world events • From the students’ world • Let them suggest the problem Specify Objectives Computer Functions Specify Problem Specify Objectives Computer Functions Specify Problem

    26. Specify the Problem • Characteristics of a good problem • Connects with student’s world • Ill-structured—more than one answer • Must do research/collect data to solve

    27. Data Manipulation • How will students manipulate the data? • Job Aids--Ex: Provide instructions on use of spreadsheet program.* • Think Sheets--Questions and ideas for students as they work through the project Data Manipulation Specify Objectives Computer Functions Specify Problem

    28. Results Presentation • How will students present the results? Printed or Oral Report / Student Journal Web Page / Poster Session / Presentation (see handout) Specify Objectives Computer Functions Specify Problem Data Manipulation Results Presentation

    29. While at Computer • What will students do at the computer? • Entering data • Manipulating data • Creating a report • Individually or in groups Specify Objectives Computer Functions Specify Problem Data Manipulation Results Presentation Activities While at Computer

    30. Prior to Using Computer • What will students do before using the computer? • List keywords to search • Determine topic • Consider providing a checklist for students Specify Objectives Computer Functions Specify Problem Data Manipulation Results Presentation Activities Prior to Computer Activities While at Computer

    31. After Using Computer • What will students do after using the computer? • Purpose is to use the information generated from the computer activity; learning does not end with their computer time Specify Objectives Computer Functions Specify Problem Data Manipulation Results Presentation Activities Prior to Computer After Using Computer Activities While at Computer

    32. Supporting Activities • Additional activities that support the objectives • Anytime during the unit Meaningful and Related / Readings / Exercises Problem Solving / Discussion / Labs / Writing Specify Objectives Computer Functions Specify Problem Data Manipulation Results Presentation Supporting Activities Activities Prior to Computer After Using Computer Activities While at Computer

    33. Assessment • May require more than a test • Rubrics would be good to provide Specify Objectives Computer Functions Specify Problem Data Manipulation Results Presentation Supporting Activities Activities Prior to Computer After Using Computer Activities While at Computer Assessment

    34. The Outcomes • Increased problem solving skills • Improved classroom environment • Real world technology skills

    35. NTeQ--Light Edition • Begin with what students are to learn • Create a problem for students to solve • Plan activities that require higher-order thinking • Select computer tool - if appropriate • Inc in effectiveness or efficiency of learning

    36. Try NTeQ • Pick a partner • Pick a topic • Look at some examples on the training site • Start to fill-in the template provided on the training site • Later, we will share

    37. Key Points • To design technology integrating lessons, you need to understand the relationship between learning tasks & computer functions • Determine what students will do at the computer, before using the computer, and after using the computer • Job Aids and Think Sheets can be very useful

    38. The EndThank You