2Day 4 Agenda Comment Card Review Module 7: Facilitating with Technology (Cont.)Master Teacher Responsibilities/Participant Teacher CourseModule 8: Showcasing Unit PortfoliosIntel® Teach Program ExtranetEvaluation of the CourseCertificate of Completion2
3Essentials Course Module 7: Facilitating with Technology (cont.) Intel® Teach ProgramEssentials CourseModule 7: Facilitating with Technology (cont.)
4If you wish, modify existing support materials. Module 7: Facilitating with Technology Activity 1: Designing Facilitation Resources Step 3: Creating Facilitation Materials (page 7.06)Review your ideas and areas of interest and your notes from the previous step. Create a new document, presentation, or web-based resource to support the facilitation of your unit.If you wish, modify existing support materials.
5Formal and informal assessment throughout the instructional cycle Module 7: Facilitating with Technology Activity 2: Implementing a Successful Project Step 1: Completing My Instructional Procedures (page 7.07)Open your Unit Plan and complete your Instructional Procedures section. Specify how you will incorporate:Formal and informal assessment throughout the instructional cycle21st century skills instructionDifferentiationStudent self-directionEssential, Unit, and Content QuestionsComplete your Unit Plan Summary and the other sections of your Unit Plan.
6Communicating about the Project Timing and Transitions Collaboration Module 7: Facilitating with Technology Activity 2: Implementing a Successful Project Step 2: Planning for a Successful Project (pages 7.08 – 7.09)In small groups discuss how you could address the following topics to ensure a successful project in your classroom.Communicating about the ProjectTiming and TransitionsCollaborationMaterials/Equipment/Technology/Outside Resources/FacilitiesGrading
7View sample management resources. Module 7: Facilitating with Technology Activity 2: Implementing a Successful Project Step 3: Creating a Management Resource (page 7.09)View sample management resources.Create a management document for your portfolio.
8Module 7: Facilitating with Technology Activity 3: Reflecting on My Unit as a Whole (page 7.10) Review the Unit Plan Checklist to identify any missing or incomplete elements of your Unit Plan.Review the Unit Portfolio Checklist to ensure you have completed all pieces for your Unit Portfolio.Review the Portfolio Rubric and highlight the descriptors that describe your portfolio.Based on your self-assessment, note any changes you would like to make to your Unit Portfolio in the Unit Plan Checklist
9Activity 2: Reflecting on Professional Development (pages 7.12 – 7.13) Module 7: Facilitating with Technology Planning Ahead Activity 1: Revising My Unit Portfolio (page 7.11)Based on your self-assessment, revise any components of your Unit Portfolio.Activity 2: Reflecting on Professional Development (pages 7.12 – 7.13)Review Thinking about My Future Development and take notes about any resources you wish to explore in more detail in the future.
10Module 8: Showcasing Unit Portfolios Looking AheadModule 8: Showcasing Unit PortfoliosTopics:Sharing learningKey Activities:Prepare for showcasing your unitGive and receive feedback on Unit PortfoliosReflect on learning in your blogEvaluate the Essentials CourseEssential QuestionHow can technology be used most effectively to support and assess student learning?Module QuestionsHow can I prepare for and facilitate an effective showcase?How can I provide constructive feedback?
11Master Teacher Responsibilities View resources in the Master Teacher AppendixMT Responsibilities and ChecklistsMaster Teacher Milestones - MT Appendix C.04Course Preparation Checklists – Starting on MT Appendix C.11Course GuidelinesRecruiting Participant Teachers - MT Appendix C.06Guidelines for Training Participant Teachers - MT Appendix C.07Complete Planning My CourseMT Appendix C.10; also available in the PT Forms folder in MT Resources11
12Master Teacher Resources Review Master Teacher resources on the Essentials Course v 10.1 Overview atAgendasFacilitating DiscussionsInternet Tools SupportMT TrainingOne-to-One Computing EmphasisPedagogical PracticesPT FormsPT Module ChecklistsPT PresentationsRecruiting and TrainingTemplates
13Essentials Course Module 8: Showcasing Unit Portfolios Intel® Teach ProgramEssentials CourseModule 8: Showcasing Unit Portfolios
14Where We Were Module 1: Teaching with Projects Project-based learning and unit designModule 2: Planning My UnitCurriculum-Framing Questions and ongoing student-centered assessmentModule 3: Making ConnectionsThe Internet to support teaching and learningModule 4: Creating Samples of LearningProject outcomes from a student perspectiveModule 5: Assessing Student ProjectsFormative and Summative AssessmentModule 6: Planning for Student SuccessStudent Support and Self-DirectionModule 7: Facilitating with TechnologyTeacher as Facilitator
15Module 8: Showcasing Unit Portfolios Where We AreModule 8: Showcasing Unit PortfoliosTopics:Sharing learningOutcomes:Prepare for showcasing your unitGive and receive feedback on Unit PortfoliosReflect on learning in your blogEvaluate the Essentials CourseEssential QuestionHow can technology be used most effectively to support and assess student learning?Module QuestionsHow can I prepare for and facilitate an effective showcase?How can I provide constructive feedback?
16Review MT Resources for Module 8 Briefly view the Module 8 presentation.View the Module 8 Checklist in MT Appendix C.26.
17Module 8: Showcasing Unit Portfolios Activity 1: Completing Your Portfolio (page 8.01) Use your Unit Plan Checklist and Review your notes from to complete unfinished components and make final revisions to your Unit Portfolio in preparation for the Portfolio Showcase.
18Discuss ideas for showcasing student work: Module 8: Showcasing Unit Portfolios Activity 2: Planning a Showcase Step 1: Showcasing Student Projects (pages 8.02 – 8.03)Discuss ideas for showcasing student work:Which of the showcasing ideas could you most easily incorporate into your own classroom?What would you need to do to prepare your students for an effective showcase?How could you support students in providing constructive feedback to their peers?What strategies could you use to ensure students use the feedback from their peers as well as their own self-assessments to improve their work?
19Go to the wiki site. [Insert URL] Create your wiki showcase page. Module 8: Showcasing Unit Portfolios Activity 2: Planning a Showcase Step 2: Preparing for the Portfolio Showcase (pages 8.03 – 8.05)Go to the wiki site. [Insert URL]Create your wiki showcase page.Describe how you addressed the traits from the Portfolio Rubric.Instructional designTechnology integrationAssessment strategiesUpload portfolio components to your wikiUnit PlanAssessment of your student sampleStudent sampleEither a student support or facilitation resourceAny other documentsExplain how you want to receive feedback.
20Follow guidelines for providing feedback. Module 8: Showcasing Unit Portfolios Activity 3: Showcasing My Unit Portfolio (pages 8.06 – 8.07)The goal of this showcase is to share your final products with your colleagues, to see what they have created, and receive feedback on your work.Follow guidelines for providing feedback.Choose among options for providing feedback:Use the wiki’s commenting featureRecord your thoughts on a subpage in the presenter's wikiType your feedback into the Showcase Feedback FormFollow the link in the presenter's wiki to the blog site and provide feedback in a response to the blog.Fill out a printed Showcase Feedback Form by hand
21Master Teacher Extranet Overview Go to: and log in.Enter the Essentials Course v 10.1 Overview.Click the MT Resources tab.Use the navigation to find Intel® Teach Program Extranet instructions.Update your personal information and passwordExplore left-channel navigation and online help featuresIf appropriate, setup your first class and order your training materialsDiscuss closing class at the end of the course (Module 8)Complete the evaluation of the course
22For Participant Teachers Only Module 8: Showcasing Unit Portfolios Activity 4: Evaluating the Course (page 8.10)Complete the online course evaluation at:Our Class ID number is: [ADD ID NUMBER]The Master Teacher’s User ID is: [ADD USER ID]Add your class ID number and your MT UserID
23Participant Evaluation Procedures Participants log in at the PT Log-in Web Page to complete their evaluation:PTs enter Class ID numberPTs enter your MT UserID23
24Participant Evaluation Procedures Participants will view an introduction and then click Begin Evaluation.Ask PTs to respond to all questions by selecting the appropriate radio button.Invite PTs to include comments at the end of the survey.Make certain that all PTs click FINISH to close out of the survey Web page.The evaluation will take approximately fifteen minutes to complete.You will have access to evaluation results once you close the class.24
25How can I prepare for and facilitate an effective showcase? Module 8: Showcasing Unit Portfolios Activity 5: Concluding the Course Step 1: Reviewing the Module (page 8.13)Module 8 Key Points:Events like a showcase allow the greater community to provide input for your students and to celebrate your students’ achievements.Essential QuestionHow can technology be used most effectively to support and assess student learning?Module QuestionsHow can I prepare for and facilitate an effective showcase?How can I provide constructive feedback?
26Step 3: Wrapping Up (page 8.12) Module 8: Showcasing Unit Portfolios Activity 5: Concluding the Course Step 2: Reflecting on the Course (page 8.11)Go to your personal blog, create an entry entitled Module 8 Reflection, copy and paste the following prompt into your entry, and write your response:Of everything you learned, what do you think will have the biggest impact on student learning?2. Read all of your colleagues’ responses and start a conversation with any that interest you in their personal blogs.Step 3: Wrapping Up (page 8.12)Transfer your files to a permanent location.If directed by your facilitator, remove all files that you developed during the course from the computer.Remove all CDs and disks from your computer.
27A Certificate of Completion is provided to acknowledge your efforts. Module 8: Showcasing Unit Portfolios Activity 5: Concluding the Course Step 3: Wrapping Up (cont.) (page 8.12)Congratulations on successfully completingthe Intel® Teach Essentials Course!A Certificate of Completion is provided to acknowledge your efforts.