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Engaging the Digital Child

Presented November 13, 2012

Education Technology Office

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Who is in the room?

Answer the following Poll Questions

how to vote via texting
How To Vote via Texting

EXAMPLE

Standard texting rates only (worst case US $0.20)

We have no access to your phone number

Capitalization doesn’t matter, but spaces and spelling do

TIPS

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Poll: What grade level do you teach?

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Poll: What technology is available to you or y...

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Poll: What challenges do you face when trying ...

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Our Agenda

Perspectives of a generation

Bloom’s Taxonomy Activity

How may technology be used in the classroom?

“Children have more access to all kinds of digital media, and are spending more time during the day with them than ever before…”

http://www.joanganzcooneycenter.org/upload_kits/jgcc_alwaysconnected.pdf

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Builders: 1920-45This generation is strong-willed, hard working, strong-ethically, conservative, follow order and instruction from authority.

Baby Boomers: 1946-1964The time of prosperity, financially well. vocal on issues pertaining to their right, human right and liberal in their thinking.

Generation X: 1965-79 Opposite, cynic, question the authority.

Generation Y: 1980-94 Rebellious, cynic, question authority.

Generation Z: 1995-2009 New generation in the era of internet, FB, Twitter. Tech-savvy, confident but politically oppositional.

Generation Alpha: 2010-2020Highly educated, load of info  -> overload, tech-savvy, materialistic.

Source: http://mohdjamil.wordpress.com/2011/03/15/do-you-hear-about-generation-y/

Each generation spans 15 years …

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How are students using technology outside of school to personalize their learning?

http://www.v3im.com/2012/03/mobile-devices-powering-what-happens-in-an-internet-minute/#axzz1qEhi36Sy

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How may technology be used to engage the Digital child?

… my daughter, just shy of 3 years old, just grabbed my iPhone, launched urban spoon, and said "i'mgonna see where we go for dinner“

Posted on Facebook January 2011

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In groups brainstorm activities for the given Bloom’s Taxonomy:

Remembering

Understanding

Applying

Analyzing

Evaluating

Creating

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Always connected: The new digital media habits of young children

Children have more access to all kinds of digital media, and are spending more time during the day with them than ever before.

Family income continues to be a barrier to

some children owning technology, even as the price of devices falls.

Source: http://www.joanganzcooneycenter.org/upload_kits/jgcc_alwaysconnected.pdf

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Food for thought…when using technology: …

What is your objective?

How can you integrate “21st – century literacies into your assignment?

What technologies would you use?

Define your role.

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For more information visit and add to:

technologyfsu.wikispaces.com

Email: eto@framingham.edu