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TRENDS IN TECHNOLOGY IN EDUCATION IN THE CLASSROOM WITH LINDA JONES SCOTT ERTL LEE ANNE MORRIS SAMANTHA REID +GUESTS THE EIGHTH FLOOR SOL TRAINING TRENDS.

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1 TRENDS IN TECHNOLOGY IN EDUCATION IN THE CLASSROOM WITH LINDA JONES SCOTT ERTL LEE ANNE MORRIS SAMANTHA REID +GUESTS THE EIGHTH FLOOR SOL TRAINING TRENDS IN TECHNOLOGY IN EDUCATION IN THE CLASSROOM

2 WELCOME TO CLASS – HERE ARE SOME GETTING STARTED THINGS Please turn off microphones to avoid feedback. Please use the text chat window to post comments and ask questions at any point during the class. We want you to participate at any time. Lets practice: Type what you teach or do Everybody try raising your hand Ask us if we are recording this SOL Training Use the link in the upper right corner to maximize your screen for a larger view if you need to. You will have access to the internet resources, this PowerPoint, and a recording for this training within the next week. You will find all this on our SOL Training Wiki THE EIGHTH FLOOR SOL TRAINING TRENDS IN TECHNOLOGY IN EDUCATION IN THE CLASSROOM

3 WHY THIS CLASS? Why are we even interested in trends? What do you think teaching will look like in the next few years? THE EIGHTH FLOOR SOL TRAINING TRENDS IN TECHNOLOGY IN EDUCATION IN THE CLASSROOM

4 WHY GO PAPERLESS Ten Reasons to Have a Paperless Classroom By Steve Katz 10. Work doesnt get lost in the bottom of a backpack. 9. Save space (no file cabinets). 8. Nobody ever forgets their pencil. 7. Collaboration is easy from anywhere. 6. No carrying notebooks (only netbooks). 5. Students are building digital portfolios. 4. No more no-name assignments. 3. You never have to wait in line for the copier. 2. Save paper, save the Earth. 1. The dog cant eat your homework.Steve Katz

5 THE PAPERLESS CLASSROOM? THE EIGHTH FLOOR SOL TRAINING TRENDS IN TECHNOLOGY IN EDUCATION IN THE CLASSROOM DOWN SIDE Technology Hardware / Software Access

6 FREE TOOLS The wonderful world of Google (mobile) Drive, Sites, YouTube, Picasa Edmodo Share information, collaboration, measurement, mobile app. The sky is the limit iPads, phones App stores

7 PERSONALIZED LEARNING Engage & Assess students relevant to their ability, learning style, and interests. But this is not and is more than differentiation or individualized instruction – WHAT? Relies on student interest – students guide their own learning - Googles 80/20 PrincipleGoogles 80/20 Principle Pluralistic - autonomous, collaborative, the whole is made up by the parts, Learning Analytics -- Imagine the Possibilities, Wikipedia defines analytics asImagine the Possibilities Analytics is the discovery and communication of meaningful patterns in data. Especially valuable in areas rich with recorded information, analytics relies on the simultaneous application of statistics, computer programming and operations research to quantify performance. Analytics often favors data visualization to communicate insight.Analyticsstatisticscomputer programmingoperations researchdata visualization THE EIGHTH FLOOR SOL TRAINING TRENDS IN TECHNOLOGY IN EDUCATION IN THE CLASSROOM

8 LEARNING ANALYTICS THE EIGHTH FLOOR SOL TRAINING TRENDS IN TECHNOLOGY IN EDUCATION IN THE CLASSROOM Will Richardson discusses this idea well in his blog post, Future of Learning (?). Its the idea of a learning assistant.Future of Learning (? As students age, data-driven, virtual learning assistants take on much of the job of providing resources and content based on individual interests, and needs, throughout school and beyond. As learners begin to explore topics through searches, these assistants, working off of a lifes worth of keystrokes, deliver the most appropriate content and connections within a few moments. If asked, they instantly plan a curriculum to learn whatever the student is interested in learning, and suggest the most relevant communities to join and experts to interact with. These virtual assistants are networked as well, easily able to find other leaners with similar interests or needs from anywhere to connect them and create spaces for collaboration and further study. Throughout the process, students earn badges of expertise and automatically publish an online, transparent portfolio of artifacts and contributions in order to earn their influence as experts.

9 BLENDED LEARNING... WHAT DOES THAT MEAN? Simply: partially OL and partially F2F instruction – integrated learning. Some element of student control over time, place, path, and pace. MOOC Flipped Classroom Edmodo, Moodle, Blackboard, D2L Social Media Learning Environments Location, Mobility, Production (Do or Do Not – There is no Try) THE EIGHTH FLOOR SOL TRAINING TRENDS IN TECHNOLOGY IN EDUCATION IN THE CLASSROOM

10 SOCIAL MEDIA THE EIGHTH FLOOR SOL TRAINING TRENDS IN TECHNOLOGY IN EDUCATION IN THE CLASSROOM Social media describes the online technologies and practices used to share content, opinions, insights, experiences, Perspectives and media.

11 THE EIGHTH FLOOR SOL TRAINING TRENDS IN TECHNOLOGY IN EDUCATION IN THE CLASSROOM

12 GAMIFICATION Gamification [n] :The process of using game mechanic And game thinking in non-gaming context to engage Users and to solve problems. InformationWeek via UBMs Educational IT site THE EIGHTH FLOOR SOL TRAINING TRENDS IN TECHNOLOGY IN EDUCATION IN THE CLASSROOM

13 THE EIGHTH FLOOR SOL TRAINING TRENDS IN TECHNOLOGY IN EDUCATION IN THE CLASSROOM The key to gamification is turning extrinsic rewards to intrinsic rewards

14 WHAT TRENDS DO YOU FEAR? THE EIGHTH FLOOR SOL TRAINING TRENDS IN TECHNOLOGY IN EDUCATION IN THE CLASSROOM

15 WHATS HOT THE EIGHTH FLOOR SOL TRAINING TRENDS IN TECHNOLOGY IN EDUCATION IN THE CLASSROOM


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