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EDU 225: Instructional Technology. Week 5. Last week. We shared slide show presentations We discussed the teacher’s role in communication We debated technology assisted communication strategies We considered technology tools for communication We discussed the purposes for communication

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last week
Last week
  • We shared slide show presentations
  • We discussed the teacher’s role in communication
  • We debated technology assisted communication strategies
  • We considered technology tools for communication
  • We discussed the purposes for communication
  • We started to brainstorm communication plans
communication plan communication tools in the classroom weeks 5 and 6
Communication plan- communication tools in the classroom (weeks 5 and 6)
  • Describe the communications plan from a teacher’s perspective and what that type of plan might look like.
  • Identify what is meant by the term global community and how technology has caused the world to shrink, while causing the idea community to grow.
  • Describe the use of technology for communicating with parents and the community.
  • Evaluate opportunities for teachers and students to collaborate through the use of technology.
  • Summarize what is meant by “internet security” and address its importance to students and teachers in the classroom.
communication
Communication
  • Sample Teacher Communication Plan
    • Read the plan in LC: http://www.scholastic.com/teachers/article/year-long-plan-maintaining-good-parent-teacher-communication
    • Identify 3 strategies you like
    • Think of a way to improve each strategy and make it your own
  • Communication With Parents
    • Read the tips in LC: http://www.teachhub.com/parent-teacher-communication-tips
    • Identify 3 strategies you like
    • Think of a way to improve each strategy and make it your own

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cloud computing becomes technology communication tools
Cloud Computing becomes technology communication tools
  • Screen Cast o Matic
    • http://www.screencast-o-matic.com/
  • Google Hangouts
    • https://www.google.com/
    • http://thejournal.com/articles/2013/09/17/6-ways-teachers-can-use-google-hangouts.aspx
  • Google Drive (Formerly Google Docs)
    • http://www.teachthought.com/technology/12-roles-for-google-drive-in-the-classroom/
  • Google Voice
    • You will need to sign up for a g-mail account through the google homepage for access, then open the Google voice link when signing in to access the set up steps.
are you thinking globally
Are you thinking globally?
  • Communication for student learning
  • Authentic applications of technology
  • http://ciese.org/currichome.html
  • Find a project that you could use
global community
Global community
  • What is a global community and how has technology caused the world to shrink, while the idea of community has grown?
  • http://www.teachertube.com/viewVideo.php?video_id=249071
  • Google Hangouts
how could you technology tools
How could you technology tools?
  • How much research/preparation would be needed before going “live” on Google Hangouts?
  • How could this be worked into a schedule?
  • How could this be managed? Assessed?
  • Pair up!
  • Can you envision using Google Hangouts in the classroom?
  • Would you communicate between classes, schools, or greater distances?
  • Which subjects could be included?
communication apps
Communication Apps
  • http://www.rasmussen.edu/student-life/blogs/main/100-apps-for-teachers/
    • Communication Tools
community communication
Community communication
  • Why do teachers communicate with the parent community as a group?
  • Technology Notepad
    • http://padlet.com/
    • How could you use Padlet?
    • Let’s practice!
websites
websites
  • Wikis, Blogs, Websites
  • Frame with purpose in mind
  • Know your audience
  • Necessity first
  • Samples:
    • https://sites.google.com/a/googleclassrooms.org/mrs-richau/Home
    • http://www.amazingclassroom.com/templates/pro_three/default.asp?cag=sample16
    • http://sampleteacherwebsite.blogspot.com/
    • http://samplehkteachersite.weebly.com/
    • http://teacherweb.com/NY/STColumbaSchool/Room07/apt4.aspx
comprehensive classroom technology plan
Comprehensive Classroom Technology Plan

Section Two: Communications Plan

  • How can technology be used to communicate in a classroom setting? Consider communication and collaboration with students, parents, the community, and the global community.
  • Develop a draft for your first year of teaching, detailing how you will communicate with all engaged groups in the educational community. Items you may consider incorporating into the plan include:
    • A class Web site
    • Emergency contact list
    • Alternative methods of communications
    • Critical communications links
    • e-mail
    • VOIP
    • Student Web sites
    • Partnerships with other schools
    • e-pals
    • Others
  • How will you address Internet security and safety in this plan?
  • Support your choices with evidence from your required readings, and two- three peer-reviewed articles from the GCU eLibrary.
loudcloud
LoudCloud
  • Go to the Student Portal: http://www.gcu.edu/Current-Students.php
  • Log in to the portal and log into LoudCloud
  • Syllabus and Benchmark Assessment Rubric
  • Access course materials
  • See assignments
  • Due October 3rd:
  • Communication Technology: Create a classroom website, blog, or other communication technology approved by the instructor, to communicate with either parents, students, or both. The website must include at least 4 tabs, and the blog must include at least 7 entries of about a paragraph each.