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UMW EdTech Conference 2014 Michael Forder Jenn Robinson

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BASIC DEFINITION: When two or more people work together Instructor plus the class Class plus Class Student to Student Expert to Class

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BASIC DEFINITION: Modern devices with applications and programs that are internet based. One to one uniform (class sets) BYOT Single Device Working from home Smaller set of devices (i.e. – Five iPads)

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1. What is the desired outcome? 2. What is the objective? 3. What is the learning mode? 4. What level of collaboration best meets the learning mode? 5. What level of technology is available? 6. Make selections

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What is the desired outcome? What is the product? What technology am I thinking about?

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How does this line up with curriculum? How does this outcome assist in the learning process?

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Question & Answer Students are provided with a question and must come up with an answer without scaffolding / prompt / support – short answer Quantitative Provide a set of questions with a set of answers. Problem-based Students are presented with a problem / scenario and must come up with a potential solution. All solutions may be feasible. Abstract thinking Students are presented with a problem/scenario that does not necessarily have an answer. Students must exam the problem from all angles and determine what strategies should be used to work towards a solution and/or mitigate the issue.

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Instructor + Class Student + Student Not necessarily in the same class Small groups Class + Class Two separate classes Expert + Class Expert – Someone from outside the direct classroom.

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One-to-One with uniform devices Often occurs with school provided devices (ex. all students are given an HP laptop) One-to-One with BYOT devices Each student has a device to work on but the device type, platform, and capabilities range greatly. One device in the classroom The teacher utilizes or passes around one device. Work from home Students use their own computers/devices at home to complete a task.

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Does the technology you wanted to use in step one work? Is there another technology that would work better Digital toolbox

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1. What is the desired outcome? Want the students to research level four virus in conjunction with reading The Hot Zone 2. What is the objective? Students will research the cause and effect of Ebola Marburg with specific focus on mode of transmission, viral symptoms, and modern examples of outbreaks. The students will prepare a ten minute presentation in which they will instruct the class with their virus

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3. What is the learning mode? Question & Answer Students research specific parameters of the disease and create a multimedia presentation Quantitative Problem Based Abstract Thinking

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4. What level of collaboration best meets the learning mode? Small groups 5. What level of technology is available? iPads, Multimedia technology center 6. Make selections Google Drive, Prezi app, YouTube app,

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1. What is the desired outcome? Want the students to research level four virus in conjunction with reading The Hot Zone 2. What is the objective? Students will research the cause and effect of a level four virus and prepare a ten minute presentation on their findings.

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3. What is the learning mode? Question & Answer Quantitative Problem Based Abstract Thinking Students are given a scenario and must determine mode of transmission, containment procedures, potential viral types and the ramifications of the virus.

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4. What level of collaboration best meets the learning mode? Small groups 5. What level of technology is available? iPads, Multimedia technology center, BYOT 6. Make selections CDC App, Pandemic, Google Drive, Prezi, iMovie, YouTube

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1. What is the desired outcome? 2. What is the objective? 3. What is the learning mode? 4. What level of collaboration best meets the learning mode? 5. What level of technology is available? 6. Make selections

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