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1 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

2 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.

3 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).

4 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)

5 PD Options You can take this for SBCEU credits through the ISD OR 1-4 Grad Credits (NMU)

6 WHAT ARE SOME OF THE THINGS YOU WILL BE DOING/LEARNING?

7 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

8 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

9 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

10 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

11 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

12 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

13 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

14 On the Web

15 Virtual Session Recordings Posted right after the session, and available continually through the course

16 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)

17 Where do you Rate?

18 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

19 21 Things for 21st Century Educators by CCRESA, IISD, MISD, SRESD is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution- Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 3.0 United States License. Based on a work at 21things.weebly.com. Permissions beyond the scope of this license may be available at CCRESA, IISD, MISD, SRESDCreative Commons Attribution- Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 3.0 United States License21things.weebly.com Created by: Melissa WhiteMelissa White, Dr. Jennifer Parker-Moore, Frank Miracola and Carolyn McCarthyDr. Jennifer Parker-MooreFrank Miracola Carolyn McCarthy


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