Old Calendar

Week One: Introductions and Video Games

Tuesday 14 January | Wednesday 15 January | Thursday 16 January

Introductions

Workshop: WordPress 1


Week Two:  Video Games  

Tuesday 21 January  | Wednesday 22 January 

AnnouncementsFieldPlacements

Viewing:  It’s a Crisis of Presence….No Really

Introductions (cont.)

Workshop: WordPress 2

Reading:  Gee, J.P. (2007) Good video games + good learning : collected essays on video games, learning, and literacy. Chapter 4: Good video games, the human mind, and good learning. New York : Peter Lang. pp. 22-44.

Resources: 

Can Video Games Help Close the Digital Divide? | MindShift – KQED

Wednesday 22 January Thursday 23 January

Assignment Due: WordPress website

Reading:  Video Games for Learning: Resource Roundup | Edutopia   Check out Edutopia’s collection of articles on using video games and simulations in the classroom. Select one article with your group to share in class.

Viewing:  James Paul Gee on Learning with Video Games

Discussion:  

1. Gee’s 13 Learning Principles;

2. Video game assignment

IntroductionDrill & Practice Project


Week Three: Video Games & Drill and Practice

Tuesday 28 January | Wednesday 39 January 

AnnouncementsFieldPlacements

Drill & Practice Resources:

  1. Free Rice
  2. Study Island
  3. Quizlet
  4. Testmoz
  5. QuizStar
  6. PollEverywhere

Reading: Streibel, M. J. (1986). A Critical Analysis of the Use of Computers in Education. Educational Communication and Technology34(3), 137-147.

Wednesday 39 January | Thursday 30 January

Reading: Streibel, M. J. (1986). A Critical Analysis of the Use of Computers in Education. Educational Communication and Technology34(3), 137-147. (Cont.)

Assignment Due: Video Games


Friday 31 January : Assignment Due: Five  D&P questions posted to your D&P web pageand posted to Quizlet.


Week Four: Drill and Practice & Multimodal Literacy

Tuesday 4 February | Wednesday 5 February  

Discussion: Multimodal Literacy Project Introduction

Workshop:

  • Uploading and inserting images to WordPress
  • Photo editing
  • Drill and Practice and Quizlet

Resources: 

Wednesday 5 February  | Thursday 6 February

Assignment Due: Drill & Practice

ReadingRose, G. (2007) Visual methodologies : an introduction to the interpretation of visual materials. Chapter Five: Semiology: Laying bare the prejudices beneath the smooth surface of the beautiful. Thousand Oaks, CA : Sage Publications. pp. 74-98.

Discussion: 


Week Five:  Multimodal Literacy 

Tuesday 11 February Wednesday 12 February 

Announce:

  • Grade book and drill & Practice
  • Gallery Time
  • Other?

Workshop:

  • Framed
  • The Anchoring of Meaning

Reading: Bull, S. (2010) Photography. Chapter 3: The Meanings of Photographs. New York : Routledge. pp. 31-46.  (Through and including section on fixing meaning: Words).

Wednesday 12 February |Thursday 13 February

Announce:

  • About Digital Vignettes
  • Observation BlogPost and reading for Tuesday

Reading: Bull, S. (2010) Photography. Chapter 3: The Meanings of Photographs. New York : Routledge. pp. 31-46.  (Through and including section on fixing meaning: Words).

Workshop:


Week Six: Multimodal Literacy & Digital Vignettes

Tuesday 18 February | Wednesday 19 

Assignment Due: Observation BlogPost

Handout: Blue observation form

Workshop and Discussion:

  • Observation BlogPost
  • Multimodal Literacy

Thursday 20 February | Wednesday 19 February

Gallery: Multimodal Literacy

Introduction: Digital Vignettes

Assignment Due: Multimodal Literacy


Week Seven: Digital Vignettes

Tuesday 25 February Wednesday 26 February

Reading:  Latour, B. (2011) “Where Are The Missing Masses? : The Sociology of a Few Mundane Artifacts.” In: Seth Giddings with Martin Lister (Eds.) The New Media and Technocultures Reader. New York : Routledge. pp. 150-159.

Mini Lecture / Discussion: Actor Network Theory

Thursday 27 February | Wednesday 26 February

Reading: Verbeek, P. P. (2005) What Things Do. Chapter 5: A Material Hermeneutic. University Park, PA : The Pennsylvania University Press. pp. 123-145.

Mini Lecture / Discussion: Phenomenology of Technology


NO Class | Spring Break: Tuesday 4 March, Wednesday 5 March, Thursday 6 March


Week Eight: Digital Vignettes 

Tuesday 11 March | Wednesday 12 March 

Announce:  Assessment Rubric

Reading: Martin, L. (2012). Connection, Translation, Off-Loading, and Monitoring: A Framework for Characterizing the Pedagogical Functions of Educational Technologies.Technology, Knowledge & Learning17(3), 87-107.

Thursday 13 March | Wednesday 12 March

Workshop and Discussion: Digital Vignettes


Week Nine: Digital Vignettes and Project Tomorrow 

Tuesday 18 March | Wednesday 19 March

Reading: Ohler, J. (2013) Confessions of a Digital Storytelling Teacher: Twenty Revelations about Digital Storytelling in Education. In: Digital Storytelling in the Classroom: New Media Pathways to Literacy, Learning and Creativity. Thousand Oaks, CA : Corwin. Chapter 1, pp. 2-15.

Workshop: Webliography and DS Resources | Digital Vignettes
LectureIntroduction to Digital StoryTelling (part 2)
Discussion: DV Queries and and Digital Storytelling

Thursday 20 March | Wednesday 19 March

Workshop / Discussion: Digital Vignettes and Digital Storytelling
Introduction: Project Tomorrow


Week Ten: Project Tomorrow  

Tuesday 25 March | Wednesday 26 March

Gallery: Digital Vignettes

Discussion: Project Tomorrow

Workshop: Google Drive Suite of Tools: How to Create a Google Form

Assignment Due:  Digital Vignettes

Thursday 27 March | Wednesday 26 March

Readings:

  1. Prensky, M. (2008) Young Minds, Fast Times: The Twenty-First-Century Digital Learner. Edutopia magazine. June, 2008.
  2. Speak Up 2012 Reports and Briefings:
  3. From Chalkboards to Tablets: The Emergence of the K-12 Digital Learner: 2013 Congressional Briefing
  4. Learning in the 21stCentury: Digital Experiences and Expectations of Tomorrow’s Teachers: 2013 Congressional Briefing

Workshop: Google Drive Suite of Tools:  Spreadsheet


Week Eleven: Project Tomorrow

Tuesday 1 April | Wednesday 2 April

Announce:

Readings:

  • Prensky, M. (2008) Turning On the Lights. Educational Leadership. 65 (6) 40-45.
  • Speak Up 2012 National Data for K-12 Students – June 2013:   Full Report  |  Ohio Data 2012

Thursday 3 April | Wednesday 2 April

Reading: Speak Up 2012 Report : Speak Up 2012 for Future Teachers National Data – February 7, 2013:  Full Report

Resources:  Potential Survey Questions from Middle School Ohio Data 2012


Week Twelve: Project Tomorrow | TPACK Design

Tuesday 8 April | Wednesday 9 April

AnnounceLet’s look at the calendar and think about the timeline for Project Tomorrow.

Discussion:

Thursday 10 April | Wednesday 9 April

Reading: Mishra, P., &  Koehler, J. (2006). Technological Pedagogical Content Knowledge: A Framework for Teacher Knowledge. Teachers College Record108(6), 1017-1054. (Please prepare pp 1017-1031)

Discussion:

Resources:


Week Thirteen: TPACK Design | Project Tomorrow

Tuesday 15 April | 

Project Tomorrow Discussion: Discussion II, Review Hypotheses, Accept / Reject Hypotheses

Project Tomorrow

TPACK Readings:

  • The Learning Activity Types Wiki 
  • Mishra, P., &  Koehler, J. (2006). Technological Pedagogical Content Knowledge: A Framework for Teacher Knowledge. Teachers College Record108(6), 1017-1054.

TPACK Discussions:

  1. Reflecting on a lesson or unit that you have recently observed and the TCR article on TPACK, design backwards (analyze the learning experience) to determine the PCK or TPCK that the cooperating teacher used. To organize your reflections, please document your reflections in a blog entry.
  2. For the TELE that you are designing, what Learning Activity Types will you include?

NO ED386, Easter Holiday observed Wednesday 16 April | Thursday 17 April | Tuesday April 22


Week Fourteen: TPACK Design

Wednesday 23 April  | Thursday 24 April

Presentations/Discussions: Project Tomorrow (3-5)

Lecture/Discussion: TPACK

Assignment Due:  Project Tomorrow

Lecture/Discussion: TPACK

Presentations/Discussions: Project Tomorrow (3-5 continues)

Tuesday 29 April | Wednesday 30 April | Thursday 1 May

Presentations/Discussions: Project Tomorrow (3-5 continues)

Lecture/Discussion: TPACK


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Week Fifteen: TPACK Design

Assignment Due:  TPACK Design  

Final Exam Schedule

Wednesday Class: 6-7:50 Wednesday 7 May

Tuesday/Thursday Class: 1-2:50 Thursday 8 May

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