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What will you do? and Why? What will you learn? The PD options – SBCEUs or Grad Credit Created by: Melissa White, Dr. Jennifer Parker-Moore, Frank Miracola and Carolyn McCarthy
What will you do? Create a digital portfolio of work, utilizing exciting tools from the Internet and Web 2.0, to develop your own skills, and enhance your classroom teaching and learning.
Why? Build your skills, learn ways to engage your students in digital projects, discover how to enhance your content area with Web 2.0 tools… Aligned to meet basic NETS-T standards Aligned with Effective Instructional Strategies researched by Marzano Research LaboratoriesEffective Instructional StrategiesMarzano Research Laboratories The state now requires your district to provide a count of how many teachers are technologically literate (NETS-T).
Vision of a 21 st century student Inspiring Videos on the Digital Age Posted on You Tube Did You Know 4.0 Shift Happens Education 3.0 A vision of K-12 students today Reaching Digital Natives Why we need to teach technology in school (2007)
PD Options You can take this for SBCEU credits through the ISD OR 1-4 Grad Credits (NMU)
WHAT ARE SOME OF THE THINGS YOU WILL BE DOING/LEARNING?
Things 1, 2, 3 1.Basics – Office tips, Shortcuts, Social bookmarking (delicious)Office tipsShortcuts 2.Collaboration Tools – Google docs 3.Communication Tools – Chatzy and Skype
Things 4, 5, 6 4. Content Area Tools – ThinkfinityThinkfinity 5. Differentiated Instruction and Diverse Learning – CAST, NetTrekker, Vozme (text to speech)CASTNetTrekkerVozme 6. Digital Citizenship – AUP, Web site evaluation, Bogus & Hoax Cybersafety cafe
Things 7, 8, 9 7. Face of your classroom – creating an online presence –WeeblyWeebly 8. Copyright and Creative Commons – FairUse, TeachAct, CC for Educators FairUseTeachActCC for Educators 9. Digital Images – Editing and Storing FotoFlexer, Picnik, Picasa FotoFlexerPicnikPicasa
Things 10, 11, Digital Story Telling – Photo Story 3 or iMoviePhoto Story 3iMovie 11. Presentation Tools – Prezi, Glogster, ZoomItPrezi GlogsterZoomIt 12. Evaluation & Assessment – Data4SS, FERPA, Rubrics, Survey with Google Forms Data4SSRubrics Google Forms
Things 13, 14, Online Interactive Learning Tools – Google Earth, Quizlet Google EarthQuizlet 14. Online Video and Audio Resources – Discovery Education, Learn 360, Tubes, Audio 15. Productivity Tools - Zamzar, MediaConverter, Google CalendarZamzar MediaConverterGoogle Calendar
Things 16, 17, Professional Learning Networks – ISTE, TwitterTwitter, MACUL space, MI LearnPortMACUL spaceMI LearnPort 18. Research and Reference Tools – Mel, Reference desk, Wikipedia – watch out, Citation MakersMel Reference desk Citation Makers 19. Staying Informed – RSS, iGoogle, Netvibes, BloglinesiGoogleNetvibes Bloglines
Things 19, 20, Virtual Classroom – Video conferencing TWICE, Skype, Adobe ConnectNow; Land of Online Learning TWICESkypeAdobe ConnectNowLand of Online Learning 20. Visual Learning – Graphic organizers such as bubble.us, Gliffy and Word Clouds such as Wordle and Tagxedobubble.usGliffyWordleTagxedo 21. ScreenCasting – Jing, Screencast-o- MaticJingScreencast-o- Matic
On the Web
Virtual Session Recordings Posted right after the session, and available continually through the course
The e-Portfolio Portfolio Sample Things 1-7Sample Things 1-7 Assignments Screen Shots, Reflections and documentation Timelog – minimum of 64 hours Timelog Feedback - periodically Timeframe – Start to completion date – 11.5 weeks ( example:Sept 21 – Dec 10)
Where do you Rate?
Our Goal To help you become more technologically literate through this Just in Time training opportunity which includes: – In person start-up session – Virtual sessions with live demonstrations – Online access to Recordings of the Virtual sessions – Online access to assignments, tutorials, materials – Feedback along the way
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