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  1. Technology Integration Linda L. Mills, Media Specialist, Greensburg Elementary School Greensburg, IN lmills@greensburg.k12.in.us

  2. Technology Integration What is needed: • Library Media Specialist and teacher working together • Standards • Subject content • Technology capabilities

  3. What you need • Library media specialist • Teachers • Technology • Supportive administrators • Students • Standards

  4. What you get Blend these all together and what do you get?Collaboration!Higher achieving students!Happy administrators!Contented teachers/lms

  5. Planning is the key • Anytime • Anywhere • Formally • Informally • BUT make sure you write it down!


  6. Magazines and Books • Technology magazines, ex. Classroom Connect, Multimedia Schools, Teaching and Leading with Technology • Subject area magazines, ex. Math, science, language, • Bibliography of materials

  7. Programs • Inspiration • Kidspiration • Kid Pix • Kid Works Deluxe • Graph Club • Any word processor • Any spreadsheet

  8. Computer labs Computers in classroom Camcorders Digital cameras SmartBoards AlphaSmarts Scanners Equipment

  9. AlphaSmarts Portable keyboards used for: • Writing • Math problems • Keyboarding • Weekly spelling • Field trips • Observations • ???????

  10. SmartBoards • Internet • Writing • Games • Presentations • Demonstrations • Websites • Virtual field trips • www.smarttech.com • www.edcompass.smarttech.com

  11. Digital Cameras • Field trips • Student pictures • Wanted posters • Writing prompts • Place/positions • Observations • ????????

  12. Penguin Projects Three day project • 1st day—research/note taking • 2nd day--write from notes (computers or Alphasmarts) • 3rd day—draw penguin pictures. Standards addressed: LA 2.4.6, 2.4.5, 2.2.5, 2.2.4, 2.5.2, 2.2.1, 2.7.4

  13. Penguin book

  14. Variation for first grade • Generate questions about penguins after reading Tacky • Look for facts in books (LA 1.5.2) • Use sticky notes • Write sentences about penguins on Alphasmarts (LA 1.6.2) • Draw pictures either on computer or by hand.

  15. From start to finish

  16. Letters to Santa • 1st day--rough draft of letter • 2nd day--using Kidspiration, made graph in lab of main ideas • 3rd day--rearranged ideas on graphic organization • 4th day--typed sentences about ideas • 5th day--moved information into Word to edit and revise and print Language arts standard addressed: 2.5.3, 2.4.6, 2.4.7, 2.4.8

  17. Spider Project • 1st day--research in media center • 2nd day--wrote spider information from notes • 3rd day--revise and print on AlphaSmarts • 4th day--art teacher helped illustrate each page Standards addressed: LA 2.4.6, 2.4.5, 2.2.7, 2.7.4, 2.4.3, 2.2.1

  18. From notes to finish product

  19. Snake Alphabet Book • 1st day--searched for snakes beginning with each letter of the alphabet; wrote simple facts about each one • 2nd day--wrote, revised, and printed a page about each snake • 4th day--drew pictures of each snake with help from art teacher Standards addressed: LA 2.4.6, 2.4.5, 2.2.7, 2.7.4, 2.2.1

  20. Author study • Studied Norman Bridwell • Read Clifford books • Wrote favorite facts about the author • Took pictures of students sitting in chair reading • Illustrated around pictures Standards addressed: LA 2.3.4, 2.2.5, 2.4.3

  21. Author study • Read about Marc Brown • Read Arthur books • Discussed characters • Compared characters • Discussed characteristics of characters • Wrote about presents to give each character Standards: LA 2.2.6, 2.5.6

  22. LMS introduced author Students and teachers read books Did different projects Brainstormed ideas to write to author Standards: LA 1.3.2, 1.5.5 Author study

  23. Letter Writing Dear Mrs. Ehlert, We go to Greensburg Elementary School. We are in first grade. We have been reading about authors. We really think your books are cool because you cut stuff out for our illustrations. The illustrations are colorful and make us feel happy. How do you get the ideas for your books? Are you writing a new book? We are excited about reading a new book! You are our favorite author. Your readers, Mrs. B. Meyer’s first grade class

  24. Historical Fiction • Introduced genre of historical fiction through picture books (LA 4.3.1) • Students read books and choose one • Outlined story using Kidspiration • Wrote a ‘Reading Rainbow’ blurb about book read (LA 4.5.4) • Presented to class (LA 4.7.13) • Presented to school via morning news

  25. Historical Fiction

  26. Biographies • Introduced biography picture books to students • Students read books and choose one • Using Kidspiration they outlined the book • Wrote a first person narrative of the person • Presented to the class Standards: LA 4.4.4, 4.4.11, 4.5.4, 4.7.13

  27. Fourth Grade in Action

  28. Word Choice • Premise: Certain words are overused, ex. Pretty, nice, good • Brainstormed words similar in meaning • Used thesarus • Applied 6 + 1 Trait word choice • Used Kidspiration Standards addressed: Language 2.5.5

  29. Continents • Specific continent studied each week • Different continent on each page • Typed interesting facts about appropriate continent • Choose appropriate picture for each continent • Finished product: small booklet using Kid Works Deluxe Standards addressed: LA 2.7.9, 2.4.7, 2.4.8, 2.4.6, 2.4.3

  30. Money • Stamp different ways to make a set amount of money • Kidspiration Standards addressed: Math 2.1., 2.3.4

  31. Graphing • Worked with tally marks • Created graphs about favorite sports • Used Graph Club Standards addressed: Math 2.1.11, 2.1.12, Lang. 2.2.7

  32. Graphing • Discussed animal classification in class • Showed animal pictures to students • Put into correct class • Created a tally chart • Used Graph Club to create a graph corresponding with data. • Math Standard 2.1.12 Represent, compare, and interpret data using tables, tally charts and bar graphs.

  33. Coordinates • Used Excel or any spreadsheet program • Listened to verbal instructions • Dumped paint into coordinates that were called • Grade taken on finished project Standards addressed: Social Studies 2.3.2, Reading 2.7.4

  34. Landmarks • Assigned a topic • Researched • Took notes (LA 2.2.4) • Typed information on Alphasmarts (LA 2.4.6 • Found pictures to go with topics • Created a poster which included picture and written information • Gave oral presentation (LA 2.7.9) Standards addressed: Language 2.7.5, 2.4.5