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breaking it down using technology with classroom strategies that work

Breaking It DownUsing Technology With Classroom Strategies That Work

Glenn Gurley and Cynthia Wilson

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Want green copies?

All of the North Carolina Teacher Academy presentations can be downloaded at the following location:

http://ncteacheracademy.pbwiki.com

For questions about this presentation or the Teacher Academy:

www.teacheracademy.org

Cynthia.wilson@teacheracademy.org

glenngurley@gmail.com

why technology with marzano
Why Technology with Marzano?
  • Moves classrooms from teacher dominated to ones that are more student centered.
  • Allows for more differentiation
  • Augments motivation to learn
  • Encourages collaboration
  • Promotes critical thinking
  • Develops problem-solving skills
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Take 90 seconds to individually order the nine srategies, based on what you think the research revealed.

Take 90 seconds and compare with someone near you.

instructional strategies research
Instructional Strategies Research

Meta-analysis combines the results from a number of studies to determine the average effect of a given technique.

Average Effect Size .20 or Above Significant Impact.80 or Above Very Significant Impact

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2003

  • On the Word 2003 Tools menu, click AutoSummarize.
  • Select the type of summary you want.
  • In the Percent of original box, type or select the level of detail to include in the summary. Select a higher percentage of the original document to include more detail.
  • If you don't want AutoSummarize to replace your existing keywords and comments on the Summary tab in the Properties dialog box (File menu), clear the Update document statistics check box.
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2007

  • Click the 2007 Microsoft Office Button , and then click Word Options.
  • Click Customize.
  • In the list under Choose commands from, click All Commands.
  • Scroll through the list of commands until you see AutoSummary Tools.
  • Click AutoSummary Tools, and then click Add.
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Note Taking

Using

Track Changes

Feature

webbing
Webbing

Using

Inspiration or Word

http://www.iowa-city.k12.ia.us/Library/Curriculum/InfoLit/Lessons/Webbing%20Questions.htm

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The Sharks

Hawk Good NewsPostcards

Middle School Team

students can learn to change their beliefs to an emphasis on effort
Students Can Learn toChange their Beliefsto an Emphasis on Effort

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Izzit - Website - Izzit.org

Randy Pauch – The Last Lecture - Video

Muhammad Yunus - Video

Tiger Woods Foundation Website

homework
Homework
  • Purpose of homework should be identified and articulated.
  • Homework should be commented on.
  • Parental involvement should be limited.
  • Amount of homework varies on age and ability.

So how to we prepare students for homework?

homework should help students
Homework should help students
  • Master a skill or process
  • Adapt and shape what they have learned
  • Increase their conceptual understanding of skills and processes

How do we assure what we assign

meets these needs?

recommendations
Recommendations
  • Use graphic organizers to represent knowledge
  • Have students create physical models of knowledge
  • Have student generate mental pictures
  • Use pictographs
  • Engage in kinesthetic activities
using advance google searches
Using Advance Google Searches

Mental images cuesPictographs imagesImages for projects

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generalization from research on providing feedback
Generalization from Researchon Providing Feedback

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Feedback should be “corrective” in nature.

Feedback should be timely.

Feedback should be specific to a criterion (appearance, level of learning).

Students can effectively provide their own feedback.

generating and testing hypotheses six types of tasks
Generating and Testing HypothesesSix Types of Tasks

Systems Analysis

Problem Solving

Decision Making

Investigation

Experimental Inquiry

Invention

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Projective Investigation - Civil Disobedience

Select a major movement and consider what would have happened if there had been no civil disobedience as part of the movement.

research on questioning
Research On Questioning

80 percent of student-teacher interactions involve cues and questions (Marzano, Pickering, and Pollock, 2001).

60 percent of the questions asked are lower cognitive questions

20 percent are higher cognitive questions

20 percent are procedural.

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Cues

Helping Students Activate Prior Knowledge

slide57

Wrap Up with

Using Technology

With Classroom

Strategies That Work

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http://strategiesthatwork.pbwiki.com/

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Breaking It DownUsing Technology With Classroom Strategies That Work

Glenn Gurley and Cynthia Wilson