Integrating Technology in the Bilingual Classroom. Anne Hidalgo, M.Ed. Klein ISD. Create a Business Card for Yourself Name School Grade Are You Dual or Transitional Model? Years of Experience Your Motto. Example: Anne Hidalgo, M.Ed. Mueller Elementary Fourth Grade Transitional
Integrating Technology in the Bilingual Classroom Anne Hidalgo, M.Ed. Klein ISD
Create a Business Card for Yourself Name School Grade Are You Dual or Transitional Model? Years of Experience Your Motto Example: Anne Hidalgo, M.Ed. Mueller Elementary Fourth Grade Transitional 7 years experience (PK, K, 1,2, now 4th) “Technology gives me wings” Your Business Card
Objectives • I can integrate technology to effectively scaffold student learning. • I can maximize student engagement using tools such as interactive websites, Starboard, and Einstruction. • I can integrate “teach”nology to maximize efficiency. • I can “go green” and save paper!
Adding Your Class • Click on the Classes Tab • Click on Build New Class • Name Your Class • Select Available Products with a check in the box to give your class permission to use it • Click Save
My Classes and Groups • Once your class is created Click on Roster • Click on Select from School Roster • Check your student’s name in the box • Click Save
Learner Settings • To adjust your learner settings click on the Classes Tab • Click on Learner Settings • Adjust the Class / Group • Click on the Name • Adjust the Learner Setting to Advanced, On Level, Below Level, Concept Literacy, ELL, ELD • Click Save
To Manage Your Products • Log Into PearsonSuccess.net • Click on My Account • Manage Produc ts • Add the products that fit your grade level by typing in (copying/pasting) the codes • Check the Boxes that you give your class permission to use • Click on Add Selected Products to your class/group
Table of Contents • Your Grade Level will scroll across the top of the page • When you press the Table of Contents tab six units will pop up • There are 5 stories in each unit with a week of interactive review for a total of 6 weeks per unit. • There is a total of 36 weeks of content available to take you through the whole school year. • Or you can leave the interactive review weeks out and just work on the 30 stories. (6 units x 5 stories = 30 stories total)
Each Unit has 6 weeks For Example: • Unit 1 Week 1 • Day 1 = Monday • Day 2 = Tuesday • Day 3 = Wednesday • Day 4 = Thursday • Day 5 = Friday
Unit 1 Week 2: Lewis and Clark and Me Day 1 Get Ready to Read Tab • Concept Talk Video • Journal Activity Read and Comprehend Tab • Envision It! Animation • Save and Close • Press the I’m Done! Button
Day 2 Read and Comprehend Tab Vocabulary Activity Vocabulary Cards (do this first) Memory Match Trivia Crossword Poetry Journal Word Bank Make Sentences using the Vocabulary from the games Main Selection E-Text Kids read the story Students can listen to the story using the speakers Go To Short Answer Activity Unit 1 Week 2: Lewis and Clark and Me
Unit 1 Week 2: Lewis and Clark and Me Day 3 Read and Comprehend Tab • Reread Main Selection E-Text: Lewis and Clark and Me Language Arts Tab • Grammar Jammer: Sentences • These vary in topics • Journal Activity
Unit 1 Week 2: Lewis and Clark and Me Day 4 Get Ready To Read Tab • E-Reader: Lewis, Clark and the Corps of Discovery (Social Studies Biography) From Little Readers Read and Comprehend • Paired Selection: A short text of a different genre that compliments the main selection (Ellen Ochoa Space Pioneer) • Journal Activity (Short Answer) shows up after the book is finished
Unit 1 Week 2: Lewis and Clark and Me Day 5 Read and Comprehend Tab • Story Sort for Retelling • Journal (Short Answer)
View Your Content Assign to Your Class & Set the Dates Information (not there) Teachers Edition Add to your teacher planner Unit 1 Week 2: Lewis and Clark and Me
Search by… • Media Type • Activity • Animation • Game • Video • E-Text • Standard (not recommended) • Key Word • Topic • Get Ready To Read • Language Arts • Read and Comprehend • Reading/Language Arts
K-5 Pick a Pop-Up Quick Catch Word Challenge Letter Tile Let’s Play Games!!
Leveled Reader Database • Grade Level • Guided Reading • DRA Level • Rigby • Decodable & Phonics Readers
Test Preferences • Limit number of automatic remediation assignments to • Based on a student's test performance, the system automatically assigns practice activities for individual skills the student needs to work on. Using this preference, you can choose to limit the number of activities that the system assigns for each failed skill. Please note that the system might end up assigning fewer activities than your specified limit if it does not have enough activities for the context skill. • Limiting the number of automatic remediation assignments might reduce the chances of a student fully learning skills that the student needs to work on. • Allow assignment of specific activity types • You can restrict the system from assigning activities of a specific type by using this preferences. Please note that all activity types might not apply to the SuccessNet products you use.
Envision Math Games (RAP) • Games • E-Tools • Glossary • Songs • English & Spanish
Examview • Math • All Content Areas
Random Thoughts • Print Key • RAP • PDF Complete
Free Online Professional Development • http://fdf.readingrecovery.org/
Brainpop.com Free Stuff Grades K-3 • http://www.brainpopjr.com/free/ Free Stuff Grades 3-5 • http://www.brainpop.com/free_stuff/
Web 2.0 http://pbskids.org/whiteboard/ • Blabberize.com http://reading.ecb.org/teacher/strategies.html http://www.gamequarium.com/readquarium/skillsi-p.html
Aaarrrr!!! Thank you! Have a Wonderful School Year!