Teach Essentials Training Days Aka: “Technology Boot Camp”. What does it mean to integrate technology?. The Big Ah-hah. You call that a curriculum framing question? I’ve seen a first grader write a better CFQ! Hey you over there—quit checkin ’ yer email!
You call that a curriculum framing question? I’ve seen a first grader write a better CFQ!
Hey you over there—quit checkin’ yer email!
All of you--drop and give me twenty!
Master Teacher here.
Technology Integration—here we come!!
No disrespect, sister, but we have an obligation and duty to do what’s right .
It’s out of your hands, dear.
I take attendance on my computer every morning!
I check my email throughout the day.
I use my projector to show video clips!
I show my students websites that I’ve found.
I show my students Power Point presentations all of the time!
And…. I have a web page to keep parents informed!
It’s about time you figured this out. Now get back to work and figure out how you’re going to share with the rest of the troops.
Students use email or blogs to communicate ideas and thoughts.
Students create digital stories.
Students find and evaluate websites.
Students collect and analyze information.
Students create a visual presentation using a technology tool.
You’ve survived Technology Boot Camp, but your work has just begun.
….and this is an example of a survey they will create
….and this is the website we’re going to use to set up a blog.
...and here’s a spreadsheet that they’ll create to analyze their data.
…and here’s an assessment they will use to evaluate their peers.