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    1. Technology Tools in the Math Classroom Your Internet Concierge:Helen Teague http://4oops.com

    2. ISTE’s Benefits for Students • Helps students improve their technology and information processing skills, preparing students for higher education and jobs in the technology-driven global economy • Provides crucial support for constructivist instructional practices and motivates students to become self-directed learners • Helps students stay organized and on track with their schoolwork

    3. ISTE’s Benefits for Teachers • Helps teachers become more adept and confident in using education technology for planning, teaching, and communication • Provides teachers with ready access to a whole world of curricular resources that encourage and support the development of richer lessons • Helps teachers communicate more frequently and effectively with students, parents, and colleagues

    4. Teacher Observations: Advantages • Online research available at your fingertips • Electronic submissions of student work • Secure student folders • Incorporation of interactive websites into instruction • Enabling student creativity • Writing process – time is cut in half as students save drafts, and correct as they go!! • Communication capabilities with both students and parents via e-mail and teacher’s web pages

    5. ASCD Poll

    6. Resources!

    7. The OOPS Lesson Cycle • WarmUp • New Content • Application • More Content or Synthesis • Closure

    8. Tech Lesson Cycle:Warm~Ups • EJournal Prompts Bumper Stickers

    9. WarmUp Idea: Use Tribonds • one • Uno • Ein Algebra Search Engine Query George • Tribond Lesson

    10. Example WP: Math Journal

    11. Activities “Chalk Talk” • Write a Main Idea relating to the lesson on a SmartBoard, Whiteboard, Computer connected to projector. • Grades 3-12 silently approaches the board and adds details of what they already know about this topic. {Grades K-1 draw pictures.}

    12. Now It's Your Turn! Lesson: • WarmUp

    13. The OOPS Lesson Cycle • WarmUp • New Content • Application • More Content or Synthesis • Closure

    14. WP: Highlighted Using WP: Math

    15. WP Hypertext Dictionary Tessellation A tessellation is created when a shape is repeated over and over again covering a plane without any gaps or overlaps. Another word for a tessellation is a Tiling.

    16. Application Strategy: ...MAD Show info to Students. Invite them to analyze this info and create their own file with something: Missing Added Deleted

    17. Application: Fling the Teacher http://www.activehistory.co.uk/fling/quizzes/other_maths_basic/quiz.htm http://www.oops.bizland.com/PDF.swf

    18. Now It's Your Turn! Lesson: • Application

    19. The OOPS Lesson Cycle • WarmUp • New Content • Application • More Content or Synthesis • Closure

    20. Inquiry Learning With BLOOM’s Taxonomy • Evaluation • Synthesis Appraise Structure Redesign Structure • Analysis Explain Structure “If we teach today's students as we taught yesterday’s, we rob them of tomorrow.”~John Dewey

    21. Cone of Learning (Edgar Dale) After 2 WeeksWe Tend to Remember . . . Nature of Involvement 10% of what we Read Reading 20% of what we Hear Hearing Words Passive 30% of what we See Looking at Pictures Watching a Movie Looking at an Exhibit 50% of what We Hear and See Watching a Demonstration Seeing it done on Location 70% of what we Explain Participating in a Discussion Giving a Talk Active Doing a Dramatic Presentation Simulating the Real Experience Products 90% of what we Say and Do Doing the Real Thing Edgar Dale, Audio-Visual Methods in Teaching (3rd Edition). Holt, Rinehard, and Winston (1969).

    22. PPT Title CLIP ART PICTURE GOES HERE Summary information here E- Trading Cards Your name here Place and date

    23. Excel Data Collection: Link Source for Data: http://www.refdesk.com

    24. WP Hypertext Writing: Hypertext Vocabulary: Geometry: Mathematics of shapes, points, lines, angles, curves, surfaces, and solids Hypertext Biolog: Ada Byron Lovelace Ada Byron Lovelace was a mathematician in England. She is often considered the first computer programmer because she and Charles Babbage created a computer language called ADA to beat the odds at horse races.Her father was the Romantic poet, LordByron.

    25. Access Real Data for Real Problems • Find the Following Information about your favorite fast food: Calories, Grams of fat, Grams of protein, Grams of carbohydrates, Milligrams of sodium • Using a Search Engine or the following sites: • Food Finder: http://www.fatcalories.com/ • Fast Food Quest: http://www.ajc.com/health/content/shared/health/tools/fastfood.html

    26. Now It's Your Turn! Lesson: • More Content or Synthesis

    27. Advanced Search for Resources The OOPSInvisible Web Page

    28. Layered Curriculum Approaches: A Critical Thinking Let Kids Choose Knowledge Progression Samples http://www.help4teachers.com/ C Basic Facts B Application

    29. Best Practices: Use Existing Software • 100 Days of Technology • Internet Intervals • Using MS Office in the Classroom • Integrated Products • LISD Lesson Plans

    30. Graphic Organizers Scavenger Hunts Math Projects WebQuests Multimedia Squidoo! Simulations WebQuest Example TrackStar

    31. Let's Sum It Up!! Lesson: Averages • WarmUpWhat is the average height of our class? Are we shrinking or growing taller than previous classes? • New Content Define height/average • ApplyOnline Form • More Content or SynthesisWhat factors contributes to health? Internet research • Closure Discuss class comparisons

    32. Now It's Your Turn! Lesson: • WarmUp • New Content • Apply • More Content or Synthesis • Closure

    33. It Does Make A Difference! • Technology turns California school around, officials saySacramento-area school officials say 400 wireless laptops -- worth about $1 million -- have reduced suspension rates by 50% and brought about a sea change in the scores and behavior of its students, many who are poor and 80% who do not have access to computers at home. "I see enthusiasm for learning and wanting to be in school, and that's powerful," said Rita Phillips, elementary schools coordinator with Sacramento City Unified School District. The Sacramento Bee (Calif.)

    34. The Key Tech Word:

    35. Thank you for Attending ! Is: Our Overnight Planning System Professional Development Helen Teague Mary Whitehttp://4oops.com