This video discusses using the TPACK model to integrate technology in teaching What is Technology Anyway? Technological knowledge Affordances as Relative What can be accomplished with the technology Technological knowledge (skill and understanding) of the student The Learning Activity Types Web Site LEARNING ACTIVITY TYPES K-6 Literacy Mathematics Science Secondary English Language Arts Social Studies … Continue reading Technology Integration Observation
What about technology makes you so interested? Who teaches you about new and different technology? Do you teach yourself? What is your favorite use of technology that is used in the classroom and why? What made you get into teaching? What are some obstacles you have had to overcome as an educator? Do … Continue reading ED386 Sp18 Questions
TPACK & Technology Integration into Teaching Present to hand | Ready to mind (or a curious thing about Learning Technical Skills) Affordances (or, what can you do with your favorite App)? Translating Change over time | Sea Scapes / the Titan Arum / a third way to represent change (or what is the best way to represent a concept)? … Continue reading A Few of My Favorite Things
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Introductions: You and me & Blog Post 1 A brief tour through the course website : https://dshutkin386.wordpress.com Learning Technical Skills: |Readiness to Hand & Presence at Hand Course Introduction Workshop 1: Build a WordPress ePortfolio
Visual Thinking Strategies (VTS) VTS Facilitation Method 101 In VTS discussions, teachers support student growth by facilitating discussions of carefully selected visual texts. Teachers are asked to use three open-ended questions: What's going on in this picture? What do you see that makes you say that? What more can we find? Three Facilitation Techniques: Paraphrase … Continue reading VTS & the Common Core Standards
With cell phones as with all technology thought to be educational, educators expect that: Other Ideas? With cell phones as with all technology, teachers are scornful of: Deskilling; Offloading primary knowledge or skill; Mindlessness; Distractions; Exit portals; ... Correctives? Additions?
Morgan, M., Brickell, G., Harper, B. (2008). Applying distributed cognition theory to the redesign of the ‘Copy and Paste’ function in order to promote appropriate learning outcomes. Computers & Education, 50(1), 125-147. Morgan, et. al. (2008) "...learners need to be encouraged to undertake re-crafting of their environment to assist them in their cognitive activities, thereby developing and … Continue reading Amazing Readings to Consider Seriously
(Based on the example of Emphasis from The ix visualizing composition 2.0, 2e tutorial ) Dimension = Compositional Feature to Assess: Emphasis: Stress on certain element(s) to create importance or significance or to attract attention. Assessment Question: In the image or design I’ve created, what is the emphasis? What elements of design did I use to create emphasis? How … Continue reading Digital Story Assessment Example
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Identify a lesson for which you would need to integrate numerous still images to support the learning of your students. First, discuss why you believe still images can be helpful in this context. Consider the multimedia picker tool (and related sources). More significantly, there are usually many, many images to choose from among the thousands … Continue reading Photographic Design or How to Choose the Right Image for a Lesson
What do you consider during the production process to better insure that your digital story effectively communicates or educates? As you are producing your digital story, be cognizant of those aspects of the production process that are of central concern to you and your group members. There are issues that relate principles of visual design (composition) and/or multimodal rhetoric to … Continue reading Assessment & Multimodal Composition
1. What are some FACTS or ideas from the reading that you recall? Consider: Standards or workshop or TPaCK..... 2. Imagine you are observing and exploring at your school and your question is, what does the school have available for organizing a multimodal composition (MMC) workshop? What do you hope to find? What might you … Continue reading Reading/Discussing: Multimodal Workshop & TPACK
The Assignment | Deliverables | Field Observations | Script & Storyboard | Assessment |Resources |Readings Closely observe the students in your ED386/ED586 placement. Describe how they interact with each other and with the cooperating teacher. As digital storytelling is often a collaborative project, pay special attention to small group learning experiences. What types of digital technology, hardware and software, are the students using in … Continue reading Reflections about your students
Kindergarten●SL.K.5. | Add drawings or other visual displays to descriptions as desired to provide additional detail. First Grade●SL.1.5. | Add drawings or other visual displays to descriptions when appropriate to clarify ideas, thoughts, and feelings. Second Grade●SL.2.5. | Create audio recordings of stories or poems; add drawings or other visual displays to stories or recounts … Continue reading Common Core Multimodal Literacy: From the Common Core ELA K-12 Standards — Speaking and Listening Strand
Identify a lesson for which you would need to integrate still images to support the learning of your students. First, discuss why you believe still images can be helpful in this lesson. Use some of the resources below to support your analysis. There are usually many, many images to choose from among the thousands available on … Continue reading BlogPost 4: Analyzing and Integrating Still Images
As a teacher, using assigned readings AND your choice of additional readings, discuss how you would integrate this mLearning Application into a lesson or unit of study +/- 300 words to be published to your blog as Post 3 mLearning. (Please link your post to and from the Mobile Learning page of your ePortfolio. Include a screen shot of the app … Continue reading Integrating your Mobile App
Salomon, G. & Perkins, D. (2005) Do Technologies Make Us Smarter? Intellectual Amplification With, Of and Through Technology. Consider Salomon and Perkin's (2005) discussion leading up to and including the section on the Effects with Technology (from page 72 to where the section ends on the top of page 78). It's about 5 pages of the essay. The … Continue reading ED386 Salomon and Perkins on Does Technology Make You Smarter?
by Adriene Hill Monday, September 15, 2014 - 13:20 Education, like pretty much everything else in our lives these days, is driven by data. Our childrens’ data. A whole lot of it. Nearly everything they do at school can be — and often is — recorded and tracked, and parents don't always know what information … Continue reading A day in the life of a data mined kid