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Using Technology with Classroom Instruction that Works. Chapters 1-3. Chapter 1. Setting Goals and Objectives for Students Learning objectives – be specific, yet flexible Students set some learning goals/objectives – motivation increases with student involvement

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chapter 1
Chapter 1
  • Setting Goals and Objectives for Students
    • Learning objectives – be specific, yet flexible
    • Students set some learning goals/objectives – motivation increases with student involvement
    • Learning objectives are communicated to students and parents
    • Student contracts designed with specific learning objectives/goals
technology resources
Technology Resources
  • Word Processing Applications
    • KWHL Chart – activates prior knowledge/personalizes learning goals
    • Word Document – can be saved as a Web page – communication students and parents
    • Document Template – design contracts that require the student to save contracts as a new document, once they have completed the information on the template
organizing and brainstorming software
Organizing and Brainstorming Software
  • Kidspiration (Grades preK-5)
    • Organizing templates (inc. webs) – present broad learning objective/benchmark, include learning goals
    • KWHL Template
  • Inspiration (Intermediate-older)
    • Records sounds
    • Goal Plan template
    • Goal Setting template
data collection tools
Data Collection Tools
  • Online Survey
    • include background info., open ended questions, limit length, completion credit
  • Free/Inexpensive Online Web Survey Sites
    • Survey Monkey - www.surveymonkey.com
    • Policat - www.policat.com
    • Web Surveyor – www.websurveyor.com/free-survy-tools.asp
      • Link to RSVME – free application integrating Microsoft Outlook and other email (create questionnaires easily)
    • Profiler Pro – www.profilerpro.com
web resources
Web Resources
  • Locate Standards Online - objectives based on standards; either district, state, or national
    • McREL’sCompendium of Standards: Content Knowledge
      • www.mcrel.org/standards-benchmarks
    • Developing Educational Standards
      • http://edstandards.org/Standards.html
    • Council of Chief State School Officers
      • www.ccsso.org/projects/State_Education_Indicators/Key_State_Education_Policies/3160.cfm
web resources1
Web Resources
  • Creating Rubrics
    • Rubrics for Web Lessons
      • http://edweb.sdsu.edu/webquest/rubrics/weblessons.htm
    • RubiStar– (generic rubrics to modify)
      • http://rubistar.4teachers.org/
    • Landmark Project Rubric Machine
      • www.landmark-project.com/rubric_builder/index.php
    • TeAchnology Web Portal for Educators
      • www.teach-nology.com/web_tools/rubrics
    • Northwest Regional Education Laboratory: Science Inquiry Model
      • www.nwrel.org/msec/science_inq/guides.html
communication software
Communication Software
  • Blogs
    • Web-based journals
    • Easier to maintain than a regular webpage
    • Online examples
      • http://sculbreth1.edublogs.org
      • http://mrmackeyscience.blogspot.com
      • http://room613talk05.edublogs.org/about
      • http://www.mrwrightsclass.com
      • http://www.elizabethfullerton.com
communication software1
Communication Software
  • E-mail
    • Written communication between teacher and students
    • Messages can be stored and recorded for future use.
    • Examples of application:
      • Newsletter
      • Group Newsletter from grade level team
      • Single parent contacts
chapter 2
Chapter 2
  • Providing Feedback
    • Corrective Feedback
    • Timely Feedback
    • Specific Feedback related to topic or criteria
    • Students provide some feedback
word processing applications
Word Processing Applications
  • Tools for writing
    • Track changes and insert comments
    • Flesch-Kincaid Readability Scale
      • Helps students revise: pay attention to word choice and variation
data collection tools1
Data Collection Tools
  • Classroom Response Systems
    • Collects data through the use of clickers
    • Relies on multiple choice questions
    • Evaluates using all levels of skill with Bloom’s Taxonomy
  • Grading Software
    • Computer assisted assessment and grading
web resources2
Web Resources
  • Web Resources for Games and Simulations
    • Math Playground (Grades K-6)
      • www.mathplayground.com/index.html
    • ExploreLearning (Middle/High School)
      • www.explorelearning.com
      • Students use “gizmos”/virtual manipulatives
      • Subscription needed
    • Cut the Knot (Mathematics)
      • 700 applets of mathematical concepts
    • Brain POP
      • www.brainpop.com
      • Short Flash movies - science, social studies, mathematics, English, health, and technology
    • BBC Skillswise (K-6)
      • www.bbc.co.uk/skillswise
      • Fact sheets, interactive applets, games and quizzes in Mathmatics and Language Skills
communication software2
Communication Software
  • Classroom Blogs
  • Wikis
  • E-mail
  • Instant messaging (IM)
  • Video Conferencing
chapter 3
Chapter 3
  • Providing Recognition
    • Rewards not necessarily negative
    • Rewards are most effective when linked to performance
    • Abstract recognition is better than tangible rewards
data collection tools2
Data Collection Tools
  • Web-based Surveys
  • Classroom Response Systems
multimedia
Multimedia
  • Certificates of Recognition
    • http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/templates
web resources3
Web Resources
  • Web Showcases and Picture Galleries
    • Post exceptional student work on the internet
    • Flickr
      • www.flickr.com
      • Photo Gallery Service
    • Mrs. McGowan’s Student Showcase
      • www.mrsmcgowan.com/1st grade/student_showcase.htm
    • Greenville Middle School – Celebrations
      • www.gcschools.net/gms/Recognitions/recognitions.htm
    • Kids’ Space - Kids” Gallery
      • www.kids-space.org/index.htm
    • Certificates
      • Microsoft Office Education Resources
        • http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/templates
      • Education Oasis
        • www.educationoasis.com/teacher_tools/Awards/awards_certificates.htm
      • AAA Certicates
        • www.printablecertificateawards.com
communication softward
Communication Softward
  • Audio E-mail
  • Video Conferencing
    • Global WRITeS
      • www.globalwrites.org
    • Dream Yard
      • www.dreamyard.com